Greg Lambert
Greg Lambert
Title: Head Track & Field Coach/ Cross Country Coach
Phone: 302.736.2384
Email: Greg.Lambert@wesley.edu
Previous College: Coppin State '06 / Delaware State '09

Greg Lambert enters his first year as the Head Coach of Cross Country and Track and Field.

Lambert comes to Wesley College by way of Boston University, where he spent the past 4 seasons as the Assistant Men’s and Women’s Track and Field Coach.  While at BU Lambert coordinated all recruiting for sprinters, jumpers and hurdlers, as well as developed all of the training and racing plans for those areas.

Over his four years at BU, Lambert helped guide the Terriers to 26 Patriot League gold medals, coached three All-Americans, 13 NCAA East sectional qualifiers, two Team USA Championship qualifiers, a USA Junior qualifier and one Olympian. Since his arrival, the Terriers have broken 10 school records and have had six Championship America Qualifiers at the Penn Relays

Lambert went to BU from Ole Miss, where he was an assistant coach during the 2014-15 season. He worked primarily with sprinters and hurdlers, coaching 10 All-Americans and a school-record 14 qualifiers for the NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships. An additional 14 athletes competed at the NCAA East prelims during the outdoor campaign, and four athletes qualified for the NCAA Indoor Track & Field Championships.

Before his successful season at Ole Miss, Lambert spent two seasons (2012-14) at Georgetown, where he helped develop sprinters, jumpers and hurdlers. Lambert coached three All-Americans and 11 Big East champions while with the Hoyas. Three school records fell and nine athletes qualified for the East prelims during Lambert’s tenure at Georgetown.

In total, Lambert has guided 15 All-Americans and helped his athletes break over 25 school records in his coaching career.

A certified USA Track and Field Coach Level 1, Lambert completed his undergraduate degree in sports marketing at Coppin State in 2006. He then earned a master’s degree in sport management from Delaware State in 2009.