|Title:||Head Men's and Women's Track & Field/Cross Country Coach|
Head cross country/track and field coach Peter Carroll is entering his 12th season as head coach of the Garnet. After a two-year stint coaching at Swarthmore from 1988 to 1989, followed by 11 years at Franklin & Marshall, Peter Carroll returned to coach the Garnet in 2000. In his tenure at F&M, Carroll coached seven All-Americans and more than 20 school record-holders. His 1999 men's indoor track and field team won the Centennial Conference Championship.
During his tenure, Carroll has also coached nine All-Americans, five Centennial Conference Performers of the Year - including Kenyetta Givans in 2011 - and 19 National Qualifiers during in his time at the College.
Carroll earned bachelor's (Biology, '82) and master's (secondary education, '85) degrees from Villanova University. He also studied extensively in the physical education sports medicine graduate program at Ithaca College, N.Y.
As an undergraduate student, Carroll was a member of the Villanova track and cross-country teams. He won Big East and IC4A championships while on the Wildcats' 2-mile relay team and finished second in the Big East indoor 1,500-meter run in his senior season. Carroll's personal best mile is 4:02.34.
B.S. Biology, Villanova '82
M.S. Education, Villanova '85
|Title:||Assistant Men's and Women's Track & Field/Cross Country Coach|
John Noon enters his 13th season as an assistant cross-country and track-and-field coach at Swarthmore. Noon works with the cross-country team and the middle-distance runners.
Noon graduated from Drexel University with a degree in mechanical engineering. At Drexel, Noon was a two-year captain of the track team and a 4-year letter winner. Noon won a gold medal at the North Atlantic Conference Championships as a member of the 4x100 relay squad and holds a school record with the 4x400 indoor team.