Rodney Stoker is in his sixth year as Bryan College's Head Coach for men's and women's cross country, while in his fifth year with the track and field program. In 2007, 2009, and 2010 Coach Stoker was named the AAC Men's Cross Country Coach of the Year as his team won the AAC Championship those three years. His teams have produced 7 NAIA All-Americans and 61 All-Conference awards along the way.
Stoker graduated from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga in the spring of 2000. As a Moc, he won two Southern Conference titles, and helped Chattanooga win the South Regional in 1998 to advance to the NCAA National Championships. He received a degree in exercise science from Chattanooga in 2000. Stoker acquired his USATF Level I certification in February of 2006.Rodney has been married to his wife, Kimberly, for 11 years. They reside in Dayton, TN with their two children Owen Miles (8) and Ian Pace (4).
|Anders Clarke||SO||Chattanooga, Tenn.|
|Bryson Harper||SR||Pikeville, Tenn.|
|Connor Hatfield||FR||Morristown, Tenn.|
|Devon Johnson||FR||Dayton, Tenn.|
|Jason McLeod||JR||Ocoee, Fla.|
|Christian Pineda||FR||Dalton, Ga.|
|Anthony Simpson||SO||Nashville, Tenn.|
|Alex Stephens||SO||Cleveland, Tenn.|
|Drew Thompson||JR||Murfreesboro, Tenn.|
|Madison Yates||FR||Cleveland, Tenn.|