Gonzaga Track & Field is led by first year head coach Conrad Singh who graduated from Gonzaga in 2000. Coach Singh is taking over for long-time head coach Alvin Maddox who retired last year after 39 years on Eye Street. Singh played football and basketball for four years in high school. He ran for Maddox in his senior year before going on to Hampden-Sydney College to play football and major in Economics. He was a D3 All-American in 2003, completed his career as the all-time leading wide receiver in school history, and was inducted in the College’s Athletic Hall of Fame in 2014.
Singh returned to Gonzaga in 2008 as a member of the football staff and has been a full-time employee of the Alumni and Advancement Office since 2010. Coach Singh will continue to be a varsity football assistant coach as well as the Manager of Digital Media for the school.
Coach Singh’s favorite thing about Track & Field: “I love the idea that if ‘it’s to be, it’s up to me’ in this sport — so being intentional about one’s goals is absolutely essential to finding success.” Singh lives in Lanham, Maryland with his wife Gemini, his daughter Michaela and son Julian.
Assistant and Volunteer Coaches
Duane Smith '95, Assistant Coach
Conor Scott, Assistant Coach
Robert Churchwell III '90, Assistant Coach
Andrea Mask, Assistant Coach
Hurdles, Sprints, and Relays
Aaron Shepperd '10, Assistant Coach
Hurdles and Sprints
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