our mission

The New Hampshire Track and Field Coaches Association is dedicated to the promotion of the sport of track and field throughout New Hampshire. Our focus is the continued education of our coaches and the creation of a platform in which to recognize the outstanding performances of our athletes.

TO: New Hampshire High School Athletic Directors and Track & Field Coaches

We appreciate your past support of the New Hampshire Track & Field Coaches Association. To help us continue our mission of recognizing the exemplary performances of our athletes and supporting the continuous education of our dedicated coaches, we are asking for your support during the upcoming academic year.

We are proud of NHTFCA's contribution to the sport of track & field............

Each year the NHTFCA organizes a clinic that assembles the most knowledgeable and experienced master coaches in our sport. This clinic, free to all NH high school coaches, provides not only "food for thought" but a delicious luncheon. Approximately 100 coaches attend each year. Many of the presentations are archived on the NHTFCA website for future reference. The Clinic concludes with the Rules Review Meeting by the Director of the NH Indoor Track league, an important and mandatory jumping off point for the indoor season.

The NHTFCA hosts the annual outdoor T&F Rules Review Meeting in the spring.

During the indoor and outdoor track & field seasons, NHTFCA members schools recognize the leading high school performers in our sport by selecting a boys' and girls' All-State team in each division.

The NHTFCA has assisted with the posting of the outdoor T&F season's "battle notes" where the state meet provisional and automatic qualifiers are listed as the season progresses.

The NHTFCA annually recognizes the contribution of our leading coaches and the pioneers of the sport of track & field in New Hampshire.

The NHTFCA annually presents "book awards" to deserving male and female senior student-athletes who wish to continue their education and athletic involvement at the collegiate level.

The NHTFCA is willing to mentor new coaches in our sport.

Check out the NHTFCA website at nhtfca.org

NHTFCA Executive Board

Bob Mullen, Merrimack Valley High School

Stan Lyford, Portsmouth High School

Joe Wernig, Gilford High School

Scott Maxwell, Sanborn Regional High School

John Goegel, Belmont High School