Courtesy: Duke Sports Information
Will Feldman joined the Duke cross country and track & field coaching staff as a volunteer assistant coach in August, 2013.
Throughout the 2013 cross country season and 2014 track & field season, Feldman assisted in the success of the Duke women’s middle distance and distance program. In the fall, Juliet Bottorff earned All-America honors in cross country. Bottorff saw similar success during the indoor and outdoor track & field seasons, collecting an additional three All-America accolades. Duke’s distance medley relay also garnered second-team All-America honors following a 10th-place finish.
Feldman joined Duke after a four-year stint with Emmanuel College in Boston, Mass., and an additional two years coaching at Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, Mass. While at Emmanuel College, Feldman was integral in the development of the college’s cross country program, including acting as the recruiting director over a four-year span.
Following his time with Emmanuel College, Feldman worked with MIT’s middle distance and distance student-athletes, utilizing performance software such as Dartfish to analyze the gait of MIT’s runners and maximize runner efficiency. In 2010, Feldman earned a USATF Level II coaching certification.