|Title:||Assistant Coach -- Sprints, Hurdlers, Relays|
|Previous College:||Franklin Pierce '08|
Kyle Williams is in his seventh season as an assistant coach with the track & field team at Franklin Pierce University in 2019-20. His primary responsibilities include working with the team's sprinters, hurdlers and relay squads.
During the 2018-19 season, Williams helped coach CeCe Telfer to national prominance, and eventually a national title. Telfer qualified for the NCAA Championships during both the indoor and outdoor campaigns, and capped her career by winning the national title in the outdoor 400-meter hurdles. It marked the program's first-ever national championship.
Williams is a 2008 graduate of the University, and spent time as an undergraduate serving as the student manager of the men's soccer team. After graduation, he competed as a sprinter for the Greater Boston Track Club from 2009-13. In high school, Williams earned multiple state titles in sprint events for Monadnock Regional High School.