|Title:||Assistant Coach (Vol)|
Fiona Moriarty joined the coaching staff as the volunteer assistant for the men’s long distance runners and the cross country team in Sept. 2012. In her first season with the Crimson, she saw the women's cross country team qualify for its first NCAA Championships since 1983, and also saw the men qualify two individuals for NCAAs. She was also a key contributor in Maksim Korolev's '14 All-America campaign in the 10,000.
Moriarty has also worked as the social media correspondent for the New York Road Runners where she handled online public relations for the ING New York City Marathon and the New York City Half Marathon.
Moriarty is currently a member of NFAC Running, an elite training group for long-distance runners. In her time with the group, she has won the Firefighter 10K in Oct. 2012, and placed second in the Mass 5 Mile Race in Nov. 2011.
She attended Williams College where she was an All-NESCAC and All-ECAC runner in the 800m and 4x800m. Moriarty graduated with highest honors with a bachelor’s degree in Art History, and she also received a World Travel Fellowship in her four years there.
In addition to her role with the Crimson, Moriarty is also currently working as a gait analyst and salesperson for Marathon Sports.