|Position:||Assistant Coach - Distance|
|Years at Brown:||2nd Year|
Meaghan Gregory enters her second year as an assistant coach with the Men's and Women's Track & Field/Cross Country team. Her main responsibility is to work with the distance and middle distance runners. In just one year at Brown, Gregory has already made an impression with many of the track and field athletes. She helped middle distance runner Naja Ferjan to an NCAA provisional qualifying mark in the 800m and several athletes to ECAC/IC4A qualifying marks. Also in the middle distance events, two new school records were established and 7 athletes posted all-time top 10 marks for the Bears. Prior to Brown, Gregory was the Compliance Officer and Assistant Track & Field Coach at the College of Saint Rose. While there, she coached the middle distance athletes and helped reinstate their program. Before St. Rose, Gregory was the head cross country and track and field coach in the Cohoes City School District in Cohoes, New York. Gregory attended Columbia University and earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Anthropology. While earning her degree, she was also a four-year letterwinner and a two-year captain on the Track & Field team. A 2002 graduate, she received first team All-Ivy recognition three times while at Columbia under the guidance of Brown's Head Coach, Craig Lake. Gregory was a member of the school's record-setting 4x800m relay team, which also broke the Heptagonal Championship meet record in 2002. She graduated with the second-fastest 800m time in school history, and as one of the top middle distance runners in the Ivy League.