Brad Wick
Brad  Wick

Assistant Coach (Distances)

Alma Mater:
University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point

Email/Office: 408-924-1465


2017 SAMMY Awards Honors Best Of San Jose State University Athletics

The SAMMYS were handed out for academic, athletics and community service excellence.


New Long Jump Record Belongs To Destiny Longmire After Day One At Stanford Invite

Destiny Longmire jumped 6.15 meters to set a new school record in the long jump.


Distance Crew Gets Faster At Husky Classic

All four distance runners improved their personal-bests in the 3,000 meters at the Husky Invitational.


Trio Of League Champions Sign NLI With Women's Track & Field

The women's track and field program has bolstered its distance group with three league champion signings.


Two-Time CIF Central Section DI Cross Country Champion Team Member Signs National Letter-of-Intent

Camilla Hanson ready to compete for the Spartans in the Fall of 2016.

Brad Wick was hired as the assistant cross country and women's track coach in August 2013.

Wick joined the Spartans after spending the previous five years as the head of Boise State's men's and women's cross country program (2008-12). Wick coached 11 Bronco runners to first-team all-conference honors. He was the 2010 Western Athletic Conference (WAC) coach of the year after the Boise State men's team won its first cross country championship in school history.

Under Wick's guidance 19 men's and women's cross country individuals were NCAA first-round qualifiers and four received All-American honors. Wick has also led Boise State's women's program to four consecutive NCAA Academic All-American Team Awards (2010-2013).

Wick's coaching experience dates back to 2005 when he spent three seasons as a volunteer assistant coach for the cross country team at the University of Minnesota while working on a master's degree.

The native of Elk River, Minn., received a master's degree in sports and exercise science in 2007. He graduated with a bachelor's degree in physical education from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point in 2004.

Brad now calls San Jose, Calif., home.