Ringwood Named Cross Country & Track Assistant Coach
BALTIMORE - After serving as a volunteer coach for the Loyola University Maryland cross country and track and field programs the last two seasons, David Ringwood has been named an assistant coach for the Greyhounds.
Ringwood has been a member of the Baltimore running community since his collegiate days when he competed at nearby Johns Hopkins University from 2009-2013 as an undergraduate.
Since receiving his bachelor’s degree, Ringwood has continued to train and compete and in 2016 finished second overall, and as the top American, at the Charleston Marathon. He also won the 10,000 meters at the 2015 USATF East Region Championships.
A USATF Level One coach, Ringwood has also worked as a coach for Charm City Run and as a running counselor for Running Works, Inc. For the later, he staffed Running Works’ camps and clinics in the Pocono Mountains, helping train runners through goal-setting, racing tactics, mental preparation and gait analysis specific to cross country.
Ringwood competed for the Blue Jays’ cross country and track and field teams and graduated from Johns Hopkins with a Bachelor of Arts in economics with a minor in entrepreneurship and management in May 2013. He earned his Master of Arts in communications with a concentration in digital media research from the school in May 2016, and he is currently pursuing his Master of Professional Studies in sports industry management at Georgetown University.