FULTON -- Westminster College announced Kory Wilson as the Blue Jays' assistant cross country and track and field coach on Monday.
Hunter Briggs, Westminster cross country and track and field coach, said he was excited to have Wilson joining the Blue Jays coaching staff.
"Coach Wilson is committed to a well-rounded student-athlete experience and passionate about the sport," Briggs said. "I am confident he will be able to help us grow the cross country and track program."
Before joining the Blue Jays coaching staff, Wilson, a native of Coweta, Oklahoma, completed a bachelor's degree in sports management with a minor in strategic communications at Rogers State University in Claremore, Oklahoma.
While at Rogers State, Wilson was a cross country and track team member.
As an athlete, Wilson's primary event focus was the 5,000-meter run and 10,000.
While competing for the Hillcats in cross country, Wilson posted top 10 times in the 8,000 and 10,000.
He posted the top 10 times on the track in events 1,5000-10,000.
In addition to being a student-athlete, Wilson interned in sports information for three years in the Rogers State University athletic department.