Sept. 22, 2008
Providence, RI - Brown University's Director of Cross Country/Track & Field, Craig Lake, has recently announced the addition of Kevin Myles to her coaching staff. Myles will work with the men's and women's cross country, as well as with the distance runners on the men's and women's track and field squad.
"Kevin was part of a Championship team, was an individual national qualifier in cross country, and an Academic All-American, so he knows exactly what it takes for our student-athletes to succeed," said Lake. "We are so happy to have him join our staff."
Myles was a 2001 graduate of LaSalle University, where he earned a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology. As a five-year member of cross country/track & field team, Myles was a nine-time All-Conference member, a five-time All District team member, and a 1998 NCAA individual qualifier in cross country. Myles was a member of LaSalle's 1999 Atlantic 10 Cross Country Championship team, and was also selected as a 1999 Academic All-American. In 2001, he was selected as the Atlantic 10 Indoor Track & Field Student-Athlete of the Year.
"I am extremely excited to be joining the staff here at Brown University," said Myles. I look forward to the opportunity of working for Coach Lake, and to help bring Brown's Cross Country and Track & Field to the top of the Ivy League."
Myles joins Brown from Northeastern University in Boston, where he served as a financial aid counselor. Prior to his time there, he spent three years coaching at the high school level at both Bishop Feehan High School in Attleboro, MA, and Franklin High School in Franklin, MA.