Bryan Names Josh Bradley Cross-Country, Track Coach

Tuesday, May 13, 2014

The Bryan College Athletic Department is pleased to announce the hiring of Josh Bradley as the new Head Coach for Men's and Women's Cross Country and Track and Field programs.  He has already started the recruiting process, but he will not begin office hours until July.

Bradley graduated from Bryan in 2011 with a degree in History (Licensure Option).  During his time at Bryan, he was a four time NAIA All-American (2008 Indoor-800m, 2008 Outdoor-800m, 2009 Indoor-800m, 2011 Outdoor-800m); he was AAC All-Conference six times (3-Cross Country, 3-Outdoor Track); and he owns eight school records (200, 400, 600i, 800, 1000i, 4x400,4x800, DMR).

"I am excited about this excellent opportunity," said Bradley. "Bryan is a great school and the cross country and track teams have become significant in the running community. I am looking forward to building on that success with our men's and women's teams."

Athletic Director Taylor Hasty commented, "We are so excited about Coach Bradley coming back to Bryan.  He loves this place dearly, and I am excited to have such a great man as a part of our athletic department.  He will do an excellent job continuing the tradition of excellence of our Cross Country and Track and Field programs."

For the last two years, Bradley has been teaching middle school social studies and coaching track.


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