Randy Thomas: Women’s Track and Field

Randy Thomas

Boston College

Head Coach Women’s Track and Field

Randy Thomas is the program director of the women’s cross country and track and field teams at Boston College. He spent his first 15 seasons as the director of both the men and women’s track and field programs. This will be Thomas’ 29th year at Boston College.  A former world record holder, he has guided the women’s cross country squad to 16 NCAA Championships in the past 24 seasons. Overall, Thomas, who served exclusively as the school’s cross country coach during the first seven years of his tenure, has produced a total of 52 All-America selections, four national junior champions and one Pan-American Games gold medalist. His coaching honors include New England Intercollegiate Amateur Athletic Association as the Division I women’s coach of the year, and 2001 Track and Field Association National Cross Country Coach of the Year.

Randy Thomas Boston College Head Coach Women’s Track and Field

Best advice to a girl’s team coach

Always keep in mind that girls are very much like husky ididerod team dogs. Each has their own personality and you must constantly work on weaving these different personalities into a cohesive unit.

 

For Randy Thomas’ Poster Board team building exercise, please read How to Coach Girls coming out March of 2018.

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