Stephanie Reilly In 2015, Reilly was named the Providence College Women’s Head Track Coach, as well as an assistant for both the men’s and women’s cross country programs.

In her first indoor and outdoor seasons with the Friars, Reilly assisted coaching Emily Sisson to two NCAA titles, as well as helping six Friars reach the NCAA First Round in their respective events.

Reilly, a 2001 graduate of Providence College, ran under Director of Track and Field Operations Ray Treacy during her tenure at Providence. As a member of the cross country/track team, Reilly was a captain in 1999 (indoor track) and 2001 (outdoor track) as well as being a member of the cross country team that won the 1999 BIG EAST Championship. She earned All New England honors in 1998 in cross country and was an NCAA provisional outdoor qualifier in the 3,000 meters.

The Ireland native went on to compete at the World Track Championships in 2011 and competed at the 2012 London Olympics in the 3,000 meters steeplechase for Ireland. She also competed at the European Track and Field championships in 2010 and 2012.

Reilly has also been a USTFCCCA track and field executive committee NEC representative and is currently a NCAA Olympic Sports Liaison Committee Member for 2014-2018.

While at Providence, Reilly earned a Bachelor of Science in Health Policy and Management and a Master’s in Education in Guidance/Counseling.
She holds personal best times of 1500m (4:14.3), Mile (4:36.0), 3000m (9:02.9), 5000m (15:46.4), 3000m Steeplechase (9:42.9), Half marathon (75:40), and Marathon (2:47)

She holds personal best times of 1500m (4:14.3), Mile (4:36.0), 3000m (9:02.9), 5000m (15:46.4), 3000m Steeplechase (9:42.9), Half marathon (75:40), and Marathon (2:47)

Paul Reilly competed at the 2002 World Cross Country Championships and 1996 European Cross Country Championships. In 2000, he won the New England 3000m Indoor Championships followed in 2001 with a victory at the IC4A championships. In addition, he was a member of two Big East Cross Country Championship winning teams and a scoring member of the 3rd place NCAA Championship Providence squad.

While at Providence, Reilly earned a Bachelor of Science in Management and a Master’s in Education in Guidance/Counseling.

He also earned a Master’s in Business Administration from Bryant University.

Paul has coached at the college and high school level. He currently serves as the Executive Director of Academic Advising at Worcester Polytechnic Institute.

He holds personal best times of 1500m (3:50.8), Mile (4:08.5), 3000m (8:12.2), 5000m (13:56.1), Half marathon (69:46), and Marathon (2:33).

Kevin Myles

Kevin Myles served as the Men's Track Head Coach of Men’s Track and Field and Assistant Coach of Men’s and Women’s Cross Country from 2010-2014. During his tenure at Providence College, Myles contributed to the coaching of multiple BIG EAST individual champions and NCAA All Americans. He also helped guide both Men’s and Women’s Cross Country programs to numerous appearances at the NCAA Cross Country Championships.

During the 2012-2013 Cross Country season, Myles helped guide the Women’s team to a Northeast Regional team title and a runner up finish at the NCAA Championships, its highest finish at the time since 1995, when Director of Cross Country and Track and Field Operations, Ray Treacy led the Women’s program to an NCAA title.

In 2013-2014, his final year at Providence College, Myles would assist Director Ray Treacy, and the Women’s program as they captured a second consecutive Northeast Regional Title. A week later, the program would go on to win its second NCAA title in program history. Later that year, Ray Treacy and Kevin Myles would go on to be named the USTFCCCA Women’s Cross Country Coaching Staff of the Year.

Before Providence, Myles served as an Assistant Coach for Brown University's Cross Country / Track and Field programs from 2007-2010. At Brown, he oversaw the training for the men's distance and mid-distance runners.

Myles is a 2001 graduate of LaSalle University, where he earned a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology. As a five-year member of cross country/track & field team, Myles was a nine-time All-Conference member, a five-time All-District team member, and a 1998 NCAA individual qualifier in Cross Country. He was a member of LaSalle's 1999 Atlantic 10 Cross Country Championship team, and was also selected as a 1999 Academic All-American. In 2001, he was selected as the Atlantic 10 Indoor Track & Field Student-Athlete of the Year and in 2007, was elected to the La Salle University Athletic Hall of Fame.

Myles currently serves as the Associate Director for Professional Skills in the Center for Career Education and Professional Development at Providence College where one of his primary roles is to work with current FRIAR student athletes, preparing them for their professional lives after Providence College.