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Welcome New Stanford Coach Kyle White

February 10, 2010

The Nike Track and Field “Camp of Champions” at Stanford University is proud to announce the addition of Kyle White to the coaching line-up. Coach White enters his second year as an assistant coach, working with the sprinters, short hurdlers, and high jumpers. White comes to Stanford from the University of Arkansas where he spent the last two years as an assistant coach under legendary Razorbacks Head Coach John McDonnell. White has worked with six athletes that competed in the Olympics and the World Championships. They include Americans Tyson Gay, Wallace Spearmon, Derrick Williams, Samuels, Canadian Jared Connaughton and Jamaican two-time Olympic Gold-Medalist Veronica Campbell. White, a native of Arlington, Texas, has 16 years of Division I coaching experience and spent eight seasons as an assistant under head coach John Sauerhage at Texas-Arlington. Prior to his arrival in Arlington, White spent time as an assistant coach at Bucknell, where he coached 14 Patriot League champions. White competed on the collegiate level for the University of Arkansas (1986-89) and earned three All-Southwest Conference accolades. During his tenure with the Arkansas track and field program, the squad won two NCAA titles and five SWC championships.

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