Russ De Lap completed his fourth season as head track & field coach at Concordia University Wisconsin following the 2014 campaign. DeLap coaches both the men's and women's teams, in addition to his duties as head men's and women's cross country coach.
In 2012 De Lap coached the men's team to a Northern Athletics Conference Indoor Championship, as the Falcons compiled 126 points to earn the championship. They continued strong in the outdoor season as they earned a share of the league title with Benedictine University, each team scoring 135 points.
The women also had a strong season under De Lap in 2012 as they placed second at the NAC Indoor Championships, finishing just 2.5 points behind meet champion, Concordia University Chicago.
The 2014 campaign saw the Men's Track & Field squad place third at the NACC Indoor Championships. De Lap helped coach distance runner Martin Hinze to Runner of the Meet honors. The Falcons finished fourth at the Outdoor championships.
The 2013 season saw the CUW Men finish fourth at both the NAC Indoor and Outdoor Championships. DeLap helped guide freshman Tyler White to Field Athlete and Freshman of the Meet at the NAC Indoor Championships. The Women finished fifth at both championships in 2013.
In his first season as the head
coach of the track & field programs, De Lap guided the CUW
women to an outdoor conference title. The Falcons amassed 186
points at the conference meet, which followed up a second-place
finish during the indoor event.
De Lap is a 1986 graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee with a Bachelor's of Science Degree in physical education and Internship in athletic training. He is also a 1998 graduate of Concordia University Wisconsin with a Master's Degree in business administration in health care.
De Lap is NATA Board Certified and a State Licensed Athletic Trainer, along with having a NSCA Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist. He also is a USATF Level 2 Certified Coach with an Endurance Specialization.
|Year||NACC Indoor Finish||NACC Outdoor Finish|
|2011||3rd of 9 (120 points)||4th of 8 (138 points)|
|2012||1st of 9 (126 points)||T-1st of 9 (135 points)|
|2013||4th of 9 (99 points)||4th of 9 (118 points)
|2014||3rd of 10 (91 points)||4th of 10 (87 points)|