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Irish London 2012 Olympian Reilly announced as Providence women’s coach

Stephanie Reilly Added To Cross Country/Track Coaching Staff
Ray Treacy names Stephanie Reilly as Providence College women’s Head Track/Assistant Cross Country Coach

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – On Thursday, January 15, Director of Cross Country/Track and Field Ray Treacy announced the addition of Stephanie Reilly to the Providence College Cross Country/Track coaching staff. Reilly was named the Women’s Head Track Coach/Assistant Cross Country Coach.

Reilly, a 2001 graduate of Providence College, ran under Treacy during her tenure at Providence. As a member of the cross country/track team, Reilly was a captain in 1999 (indoor track) and 2001 (outdoor track) as well as being a member of the cross country team that won the 1999 BIG EAST Championship. She earned All New England honors in 1998 in cross country and was an NCAA provisional outdoor qualifier in the 3,000 meters.

The Ireland native went on to compete at the World Track Championships in 2011 and competed at the 2012 London Olympics in the 3,000 meters steeplechase for Ireland.

In September of 2006, Reilly became the Assistant Cross Country/Track and Field Coach at Bryant University and then was promoted to Head Coach in August of 2007. At Bryant, she coached two student-athletes to five Northeast Conference Championship titles in cross country, indoor and outdoor track.

Reilly has also been a USTFCCCA track and field executive committee NEC representative and is currently a NCAA Olympic Sports Liaison Committee Member for 2014-2018.

While at Providence, Reilly earned a Bachelor of Science in Health Policy and Management and a Master’s in Education for Guidance/Counseling.

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