Will Crocker was named the Head Track and Cross Country Coach in April of 2019.
Prior to Westminster, Crocker was as an assistant coach at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, overseeing distance and and lifting workouts for the cross country team, recruiting quality student-athletes to the program, and assist with operations at home meets.
Prior to his year in North Carolina, Crocker was a volunteer assistant at the University of Missouri, where he also competed as a student-athlete. He again oversaw the workouts for middle and long distance runners. At Mizzou, he coached six-time NCAA Champion Karissa Schweizer.
Before Crocker was a coach, he competed at Mizzou and as a professional athlete. As a pro, he ran with the District Track Club in Washington D.C. With the team, he ran his personal best 1500 meters of three minutes, 41.44 seconds.
At Mizzou, Crocker was the Cross Country and Track and Field team captain for the 15-16 season and currently holds the outdoor record for the 1500 meters and 3:41.89. Crocker is also a three-time All-SEC selection in the Distance Medley and the 1500 meters. In 2015, he was named the Cross Country Athlete of the Year and the 2015 Most Improved Track Athlete.
Crocker received his Bachelor of Science in Parks, Recreation, and Tourism from Mizzou in December 2016. He is currently pursuing a Masters of Education from Mizzou in Educational, School, and Counseling Psychology with an emphasis in positive coaching.