Bryant Wilson joined the CMU coaching staff in 2013 and specializes in the pole vault, multi events and sprints.
Wilson, a Hale, Mich. native, was a four-time NCAA Division II national champion in the pole vault while at Grand Valley State. He is also a two-time qualifier to the U.S. National Championships.
Wilson has previously worked with the pole vaulters at Illinois (2010-11) and at Saginaw Valley State (2011-12). At Illinois, Wilson worked alongside three-time Olympian Tanja Buford-Bailey, mentored Big Ten pole vault champion Matt Bane, and coached five vaulters who achieved lifetime bests under his tutelage.
At Saginaw Valley State, Wilson guided Elizabeth Willford to a 10th place finish at the NCAA Indoor National Championships in 2012. Wilson also worked with on-track training of the middle distance runners at Northwood.
Wilson earned his bachelor's degree in physical education from Grand Valley State in 2010. He swept the indoor and outdoor pole vault national titles in 2007 and 2008, was an eight-time All-American and is Grand Valley State's school record holder in the indoor and outdoor pole vault.