Check Out The NCAA DIII XC Coaches Panel On Thursday

We can’t think of a better way to celebrate #D3Week than to livestream a virtual panel discussion featuring five successful cross country coaches at the NCAA Division III level, put together by those same five successful cross country coaches at the NCAA Division III level.

Beginning tomorrow at 2 pm ET, join Bobby Van Allen of Johns Hopkins, Matthew Barreau of Lewis & Clark, Jordan Carpenter of Pomona-Pitzer, Dan Moore of SUNY Geneseo and Jeff Stiles of Washington (Mo.) as they discuss various topics, including their backgrounds and what makes coaching on the NCAA Division III level special, among others.

We will stream the discussion live on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.

If you want to know a little bit more about each of those coaches, you’re in luck!

  • Bobby Van Allen, Johns Hopkins – Van Allen has led the Blue Jays to six national titles since 2012, including their most recent crown in 2019. He has been named NCAA Division III National Women’s Cross Country Coach of the Year a record-tying six times, matching the total by Terry Aldrich of Middlebury.
  • Matthew Barreau, Lewis & Clark – Barreau is a two-time Regional Coach of the Year in the South/Southeast Region from when he led the Christopher Newport program. After leaving the Captains, he spent time at Coe College and then landed at Lewis & Clark in 2019.
  • Jordan Carpenter, Pomona-Pitzer – Carpenter was named the NCAA Division III National Men’s Cross Country Coach of the Year in 2019 after leading the Sagehens to the national title. He has also won three consecutive Regional Men’s Coach of the Year honors in the West Region.
  • Dan Moore, SUNY Geneseo – Moore is an eight-time Regional Coach of the Year in the Atlantic Region, including each of the past five women’s honors. He led the Knights to a pair of runner-up finishes at the national meet with his women doing the honors first in 2015 and the men following suit in 2016.
  • Jeff Stiles, Washington (Mo.) – Stiles is a two-time NCAA Division III National Women’s Cross Country Coach of the Year after winning national titles in 2011 and 2018. He also led the men’s team to a number of strong performances at the national level, including six podium finishes since 2010 highlighted by a runner-up effort in 2018.