Adam Haldorson enters his sixth year at George Fox University serving as the associate head track and field coach and head strength and conditioning coach.
Haldorson’s main coaching responsibilities include: sprints, hurdles and high jump, while assisting head coach John Smith in day-to-day activities and combined events.
Since taking over those events in the 2012 season, Haldorson has helped produce one national champion, seven All-Americans, 14 Academic-All-Americans, 40 All-Northwest Conference athletes (Top 3), 78 conference scoring Top-8 performances, one NWC Athlete of the Meet, 18 Northwest Conference Champions, 13 national qualifiers and 10 individual and relay conference champions.
During his time at George Fox, Haldorson has helped the Bruins set 21 new marks in the outdoor track & field records and 24 new marks in the indoor track & field records. He has also coached a combined six George Fox record holders (two outdoor, four indoor).
He has helped the Bruins achieve five NWC Championships (four women, one men), with two of those championships coming in the 2017 season. He has also earned four regional Assistant Coach of the Year Awards (three women, one men).
Outside of his coaching responsibilities for the track program, Haldorson is also a certified strength and condition specialist through the NSCA. He has worked with 15 different teams at George Fox when it comes to strength and conditioning, as well as designing workout programs.
Among his other responsibilities, Haldorson is a professor in the Health & Human Performance department with an average of 6-10 classes throughout the year.
Haldorson graduated from George Fox in 2009 with a degree in history and went on to earn his M.A. in teaching in 2011.