Greg Hook enters his 3rd season as an assistant coach for Pomona-Pitzer Track and Field where he works with the sprinters, hurdlers, and relay teams. He also takes on recruiting responsibilities for track and field athletes.
A native of Hillsborough, California outside of San Francisco, Hook is a graduate of Pitzer College (’14) with a degree in Psychology and a minor in Economics. As an undergraduate, he was a standout sprinter for the Sagehens earning All-SCIAC honors three times throughout his career. During his junior and senior years, he served as team captain and was named team MVP during his sophomore season. He is a member of the 2nd and 4th fastest 4x400m relay teams in school history as well as the 7th fastest relay team for the 4x100m.
In addition to his track & field coaching duties, Hook is the head strength & conditioning coach for 12 of the 21 varsity sports on campus. In 2017, he spent 4 months working in UCLA's Athletic Performance department specializing in the Olympic Sports. He worked directly with the full time athletic performance coaches for Track & Field, Cross Country, Beach Volleyball, Soccer, Baseball, & Golf.
He currently holds a USATF Level 2 Certification in the sprints/hurdles/relays, a USTFCCCA Strength and Conditioning Coach Certification, and is recognized by the NSCA as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS). He is currently working towards a MS degree in Kinesiology.