Jack Carroll is in his first season as a graduate assistant coach for the Wisconsin Lutheran College cross country and track & field teams.
Carroll comes to Wisconsin Lutheran following a successful four-year cross country and track & field career at Loras College where the Duhawks qualified for three NCAA Championships, won three American Rivers Conference crowns, and a pair of Central Region titles in cross country. He graduated from Loras with a degree in media studies in 2019.
Carroll also was a three-time NCAA qualifier and Central Region selection in cross country, posting a personal-best 8K time of 25:27 at the 2018 NCAA Division III Central Region championships. He earned a total of six all-conference honors while competing in both sports.
A 2015 graduate of Loyola Academy in Wilmette, Illinois, Carroll was a four-year letterwinner in cross country and track & field. He helped lead the Ramblers to a Catholic League championship in 2014 and a top-15 finish at the IHSA Meet. Individually, he was the Catholic League champion and earned All-State honors. On the track, the Ramblers won the 2014 Chicago Catholic League championship in 2014, while Carroll earned All-Conference honors and was an IHSA state qualifier in the 1600m.
The Chicago native lives in Milwaukee and is pursuing a Master of Arts in leadership and innovation from Wisconsin Lutheran College.