Oh I read...I know...uh huh.
Did you read? wrote:
She's not just a high school coach. She was at West Point and Cal Poly.
Wow, a lot of transition in a short period of time. While I preferred Nathan Taylor's psycho-killer attitude towards coaching, both Rich and Artie are super classy individuals and the university, team, and community are all lucky to have them around.
Word from East Hill is that Rich Bowman is stepping back from his position as Director of Cornell M&W track and field/xc. He'll move to being an assistant for women's sprints and hurdles (and men's hurdles?) and will remain full-time (recruiting, etc.).
Artie Smith is the long-time CU women's distance coach and will take over the reins as overall head of the women's program. Not sure whether there will still be a Director of M&W.
So new positions but not a new hire. (The Big Red have had three new hires in the past year and are probably ready for a breather.) They actually did something similar several years back when Lou Duesing moved from women's head to women's asst. and Rich took over the program.
Pretty sure it was Stimson that year. He had some serious health issues and stepped down/retired. He'd been there for a long time with varying degrees of success but gave a awful lot to/for the program. The throws area at W&M is named for him in recognition.
Speaking of W&M, what ever happened to the throws coach that used to coach there in 2010? He sure was one bitter dude.
Took them so long to announce Braden even after everyone knew, who knows how long it'll take to get the assistants in...XC will be half over
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Any word on the sprints/jumps position at W&M?