IOWA CITY, Iowa – University of Iowa Director of Track & Field Joey Woody announced Thursday that Cameron Burrows has joined the program as an interim-assistant coach, specializing in jumps and multi-events.
“We are very excited to have Cam [Burrows] join our staff as our interim multi-events and jumps coach,” Woody said. “He brings a wealth of knowledge and experience in all the jumping events, as well as the heptathlon and decathlon. He has already meshed very well with our student athletes, and I’m looking forward to watching those event groups continue to thrive under his coaching.”
Burrows was formerly a graduate-assistant at Tiffin University after a decorated career with the Dragons. He was a NCAA Division II outdoor long jump national champion in 2021 and was also an All-American in the high jump. Additionally, Burrows was a conference-record holder as a student-athlete at Tiffin University.
Burrows maintained a cumulative 4.0 GPA at Tiffin and was named the NCAA Division II Men’s Outdoor Track and Field National Scholar Field Athlete of the Year in 2021. He earned his MBA and BBA in sports management from Tiffin.