Eugene Galloway enters his sixth season with the Roanoke College Track and Field program and in the summer of 2019 was named Interim Head Coach of the program. Galloway directs practices for the men’s and women’s sprinters and hurdlers, as well as a variety of administrative and recruiting duties throughout the year.
During his five years with the program, Galloway has guided two NCAA DIII Runner-ups, eight NCAA DIII All-Americans, 13 NCAA National Qualifiers, 11 school records, two ODAC records, 15 ODAC Champions, 43 All-ODAC Performers, 46 All-South/Southeast Region honorees, and an ODAC Conference Rookie of the Year. He was also on the coaching staff of the 2015 Women’s Outdoor ODAC Track & Field Champions.
Galloway comes to Roanoke from Winston-Salem, NC, where he served as assistant coach for two seasons at the high school level and four years at Momentum Personal Training. At Reynolds High School and Bishop McGuiness, he helped coach numerous athletes to All State honors. During his time at MPT, he worked with many high school athletes, 15 of whom earned athletic college scholarships and one athlete that became a High School All-American in the Men’s Triple Jump.
An outstanding student at High Point University, Galloway was a Big South Presidential Scholar three consecutive years. As an athlete, he was one the finest jumpers to ever compete for the Panthers. Twice Galloway won the Big South Indoor and Outdoor Triple Jump and also qualified for the NCAA Division I East Regional. He was also selected as a member of the 2000-2009 All Big South Decade Team. A well respected leader on the track & field squad, the Winston-Salem native served as Vice-President of the Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) during his college days.
Galloway graduated with a bachelor’s degree in communications in May of 2007 from High Point University and in 2009, also earned a master’s of science in sports studies from his alm mater.
Coach Galloway is a member of the United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association. He holds a USTFCCCA Sprints, Hurdles, and Relay Specialists, Jumps Specialist, Track and Field Technical Coaching, and a Master Endorsement of Strength and Conditioning Certification.
He currently resides in Salem with his wife, Kellie and their daughter Evelyn.