Providence College Hires Tim Brock To Track And Cross Country Coaching Staff

    Aug. 1, 2014


    Providence College Director of Cross Country and Track and Field Operations Ray Treacy announced today (August, 1) that Tim Brock has been named Head Men's Track Coach. He also will serve as the assistant coach for women's track and the men's and women's cross country teams.

    Brock has spent the last year as the assistant coach for the women’s cross country and track & field programs at the University of Delaware. At Delaware, he led the women’s cross country team to a third place finish at the 2013 CAA Championships, a fourth place finish at the 2013 ECAC Championships and an individual qualifier for the 2013 NCAA Championships. During the outdoor season, he coached coach Lindsay Prettyman to the NCAA East Preliminary Round in the 1,500 meters. 

    Prior to Delaware, Brock spent three seasons at North Carolina State as an assistant coach. At NC State he assisted the NC State to five NCAA Championship berths, 14 All-America honors, nine ACC individual champions and an ACC cross country team title.

    Before North Carolina State, Brock was an assistant coach at Tatnall School in Willmington, Del. At Tatnall he helped coach both boys and girls teams to a combined 10 state titles. The girls team also appeared at the NXN National Championships three years in a row (2006-08), including a third place finish in 2008.

    A 2008 graduate of the University of Delaware, Brock earned 10 letters, four in cross country and three each in indoor and outdoor track. He captained the team for three seasons and competed at the Penn Relays and CAA cross country championships. Brock received a bachelor’s degree in health and physical education with a minor in coaching sciences.

    Brock will begin working with the men's and women's cross country programs immediately.



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