Alice Ross was promoted to head women's track and cross country coach in 2015 at St. Gregory's after serving the previous season as an assistant.
Her first year at the helm was a successful one. She coached the women's track program's ninth All-American (Sabrina DeSantiago) and took home the school's first-ever Five Star Champions of Character Award. The women's cross country team also had a national qualifier in 2015.
While completing her master’s degree in business leadership at William Penn University, Ross served as a graduate assistant to both the cross country and track & field programs as a coach and athletic trainer. During her time at William Penn, she worked with Coach Ingold and assisted in coaching three NAIA All-Americans and 10 national qualifiers.
Ross graduated from Graceland University in 2012 with a bachelor’s degree in athletic training and physical education. As a Yellowjacket, she was a NAIA national qualifier, scholar athlete, and held two school records.