Darcy Wilson joined the Brown Track and Field staff in 2012 and is responsible for coaching all the throwing events for men and women.
The throwing squad has made outstanding improvements as they grow under Coach Wilson’s leadership, which has put 17 performers onto Brown’s University All-Time Top Ten list, four Brown University school records, 12 NCAA Regional Qualifiers, one National Qualifier, one Jr. National Champion and one World Jr. Champion.
Prior to Brown, while at UMass, Wilson's athletes rewrote the record books, setting all-time bests in the discus, shot put, weight throw, and javelin. She also coached a hammer thrower to the NCAA Regional Championships and worked with several top post-collegiate athletes.
Prior to UMass, Wilson coached at Keene State, where she coached an NCAA DIII national champion in the men's hammer throw. She also coached NCAA qualifiers in the men's javelin, women's javelin, men's weight throw, and men's hammer. Her athletes set school records in the men's discus, hammer, shot put and javelin along with women's discus and javelin records.
Wilson also coached at Keene High School, where she produced the New England record holder in the discus.
She is an active member of both the National Throw Coaches association and the United States Track and Field Federation (USTAF). She is a USATF Level 2 certified coach and is a veteran of the US Olympic Committee Emerging Elite Coaching Camp; USTFCCA Program Management and Strength & Conditioning Certified.
A New Hampshire State champion and school record holder in the shot put and discus while at Keene High School, Wilson was awarded a full scholarship in track and field from Boston University. A top regional competitor for the Terriers, Wilson graduated with a bachelor of science from BU.
Darcy is married to Paul Wilson and together they have five children.