Simms, Stober Take Over Track And Cross Country
Tuesday, January 14, 2014
Simms, Stober Take Over Track And Cross Country
As announced by Athletic Director Jan McDonald, Jacob Simms has been named the head coach of North Greenville Track and Field, while Cameron Stober has been named head coach of North Greenville Cross Country on Tuesday morning.

Simms, who ran collegiately at University of Tennessee Chattanooga and North Greenville, graduated as a Crusader in the Spring of 2013.

In addition to running for the Crusaders, Simms has worked for both the cross country and track and field teams for three seasons.

A native of Murfreesboro, TN, Simms is married to Whitney Simms and the couple has one son, Cooper (2).

Stober takes over a cross country program that had one of its most successful seasons in 2013. 

Both the men’s and women’s teams finished the season with two first place postings,  while also placing in the top five four times. Stober is a former NGU cross country runner, who graduated with a degree in Sport Management in May of 2012.
While working in the athletic department at North Greenville, Stober also assisted former head coach Michael Bayne with track and field, coaching the Crusaders in several field events.
“I am blessed to have this opportunity. I look forward to working along side Coach Simms to improve both the cross country and track and field programs,” says Stober about this opportunity. “I would like to thank Micah Sepko, Jan McDonald, and Dr. Epting for this opportunity. God has truly blessed me and I am grateful to be part of such a wonderful school and athletic department.”