Providence, Rhode Island - Following several outstanding
individual performances at the Indoor Heptagonal Championships,
Brown’s interim head coach for track & Field and cross
country, Michelle Eisenreich, and her coaching staff, have reason
to be optimistic about the future of the Bears’ men’s
and women’s track & field and cross country programs.
“Our entire coaching staff ¬- George Evans, Jill Miller, Kevin Myles and
Kendra Reimer ¬- has done an outstanding job developing our current
student-athletes,” said Eisenreich.
“We’re enthusiastic about the potential of the program, and are ready to work very hard to make sure that potential is realized. The energy and attention the detail our coaches bring to developing work-outs, recruiting and performing day-to-day tasks, will drive the program forward to higher levels of success.”
In addition to the contribution of the coaching staff, Eisenreich will rely heavily on the leadership of the team's current student-athletes as she looks to the spring outdoor season and beyond.
“We have several athletes who are competing at a national level,” said Eisenreich. “Our goal is to develop the younger talent and broaden the depth of our team by bringing in national caliber student-athletes.”
Recruiting has gone well for the program and the Class of 2014 is expected to have several immediate contributors.
“While recruiting is an ongoing process, our staff has done a great job of identifying future Brunonians.” said Eisenreich. “We have a very balanced class with outstanding recruits in the distance, sprints, jumps and throws areas.”
Pictured: Interim Head Coach Michelle Eisenreich