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E-COACHING BY TENNESSEE RUNNING


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COACH BIOS

DAVE MILNER

Dave Milner currently serves ast the assistant cross-country and track coach at Belmont University, after three very successful years guiding the distance runners at Brentwood High School. He brings to the Bruins' program over 25 years of competitive running experience and eight years of coaching experience, and he is available to help private clients attain their running goals.

After attending Belmont for two years, Dave graduated from the State University of New York at Cortland in 2000, majoring in Psychology & Exercise Science. While at Cortland, he was fortunate enough to find himself under the wing of legendary coach and physiologist, Dr Jack Daniels, who Runner's World magazine dubbed the World's Greatest Running Coach.

After graduating from Cortland, Dave coached at Lake Washington High School in Kirkland, WA, before returning to Nashville in 2002. He then served as a graduate assistant at Belmont from 2002 to 2004 and helped guide the Bruins to their first two Atlantic Sun conference titles.

He then took over coaching duties at Brentwood High School. In his three years at Brentwood, his teams swept the regional championships each year and the boys' team reached their highest finishing position ever at the State Cross-Country Meet. He was three times voted Metro Coach of the Year. On the track, his boys won two straight state team titles and four individual titles. He also coached two of the six fastest prep 2-milers in Tennessee history.

Dave is a USA Track & Field-certified coach, served as the Long Distance Running Chair for USATF-Tennessee from 2003 to 2007, and still runs competitively in races ranging in length from 1 mile to the marathon.

CLIENT PROFILES

SEAN KEVEREN: Previously an aspiring basketball player, Sean Keveren only began running seriously in July 2005, preparing for his first cross-country campaign. Just four months later, Sean had finished 8th (first sophomore) at the State Cross-Country meet and Coach Milner was making some headway in convincing the 15-year-old that his time would be better invested in running rather than playing hoops.

Now a freshman at the University of Virginia, Sean recently placed 2nd in the men's 5000m at the 2009 U.S Junior Championships in Eugene,OR, and clocked a 14:19.33 5000m while still just 18 years of age.

MARGIE STOLL:

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Dave Milner can be reached via e-mail at dave.milner@tnrunning.com

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