Women's Outdoor Track & Field Athletics Program

Women’s Outdoor Track & Field

Head Track & Field Coach
Ian Wilson

“Our women’s outdoor track & field team competes in the North Atlantic Conference (NAC) as a member of the NCAA Division III. The goals of our program include graduating strong, confident women who contribute positively to their families, the workforce, and community.”

Ian Wilson

Ian Wilson is in his seventh year as the men’s and women’s head track & field coach at Thomas College. The Terriers won the Men’s North Atlantic Conference Championship for the 2022/23 outdoor season, the first championship in program history. In 2022/23 the Terriers, led by Wilson, had 24 All-Conference selections across both men’s and women’s track & field teams.

The Terriers became a varsity team in the 2018-19 season, with both men’s and women’s teams finishing third in their first conference championships with 15 All-Conference selections. Prior to coaching at Thomas, Wilson was an assistant at Colby College for two years, where he coached an All-American in the Indoor Pentathlon.

Before moving to the collegiate coaching ranks, Wilson coached for 22 years in Maine high schools where he guided 25 teams to track & field state championships, and another 3 to soccer state titles. Between soccer and track, he coached 8 high school All-Americans.

Wilson graduated from Bates College with a degree in Philosophy, and he earned an MS in Kinesiology from the University of Texas at Permian Basin. He holds a Level 1 USATF certificate, and Level 2 certificates in Endurance, Jumps and Sprints. He has completed the USTFCCCA Master’s Jumps program, S&C program, and Advanced Speed & Strength program.

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