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Mark Elliott

Head Coach at Clemson University

About

Mark Elliott enters his fourth season as Clemson’s head coach for men’s and women’s track & field and cross country in 2016-17. Elliott came to Clemson after coaching 20 seasons with LSU track & field, including eight as assistant head coach. In three seasons, Elliott has rejuvenated both programs and restored the women’s team to national prominence.

Elliott guided the Clemson women to ACC Indoor and Outdoor Championships in 2015, just one year after finishing no better than eighth as a team. The Tigers also claimed a 12th-place tie at the NCAA Indoor Championships following Natoya Goule’s title run in the 800 meters. Goule was named ACC Women’s Indoor Track Performer of the Year and broke the ACC record in her specialty event after winning the Jamaican National Championship in June 2015. She earned a berth in the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.

Elliott earned several high marks for his achievements with the Tiger women. He was named ACC Coach of the Year for both seasons, and USTFCCCA Southeast Region Indoor Coach of the Year as well.
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