Coach Phil, our Club Co-President/Head coach, has been with the club since 1998. He competed in High School as a sprinter (100m, 200m, and anchored the 4x100m relay). He is a USATF Level 1 coach.
Coach Phil – Head Coach
Coach Brian – 11-12yr old division coach
Coach Broadus – Shot Put & Discus
Coach Norm – 7-8yr old division coach
Coach Kim – Long Jump, Triple Jump
Coach Carrie – Distance coach
Coach Arwen – Javelin
Coach Paul & Wes – Pole Vault
Coach Paul – High Jump
Coach Ryan – Hurdles, Sprints, Relays
Coach Chris – 7-8yr old division coach
Coach Victoria – 7-8yr old division coach
Coach Kim – 9-10yr old division coach
Coach Caitlin – 9-10yr old division coach
Coach Broadus – 11-12yr old division coach
Coach Carrie – 13+yr old division coach
Coach Paul – 13+yr old division coach
Interested in coaching? See Coach Phil at any practice or meet or email him at CoachPhil@sktfc.org
Coaches from previous seasons
Coach Lloyd was South Kitsap Track & Field’s guru. He and his wife Mary managed the club from 1990-2008. For all their years of service for the club, the annual scholarship award was named in their honor in 2008. Lloyd competed in high school and has coached it for nearly 50 years. For over 20 years he coached at South Kitsap High School. He came out of retirement in 1998 to coach at Bremerton High School. He competed as a miler in high school and as a middle distance runner (1500m & 3000m steeplechase) in college.
Coach Joi Haner, our Head Track coach, has been with the club since 2003. He coaches sprints, hurdles and relays. He is a USATF Level 1 coach.
Coach Carol, one of our Bantams coaches has been with the club since 2007. She was on both the Cross Country and Track teams in high school, where she competed in the 200m, 400m, and 4x400m relay team.
Coach Mike Woods, our Bantams Coach has been with the SKTFC since 2007. At Wm S. Hart High School, in Southern California, he competed in the High Jump, 330 yard Low hurdlers, 440 & 880 yd dash, as well as the Mile Relay. In Jr. College he added the Decathlon to round out his track experience.