Brandon Hon was hired as an assistant coach for the Aggie track and field program in August of 2019. Hon previously served as an assistant coach with Florida State University for the past six years.
Prior to joining Florida State, Hon spent seven years as a full-time assistant with the Bearcats, directing hurdlers and sprinters.
Wendel McRaven is in his eighth year at Texas A&M. Under his guidance the Aggie distance runners have rewritten the Texas A&M record books and all-time lists. Aggie distance athletes have earned five All-American honors in cross country, eleven first-team All-American honors in track, and an individual national title under his direction.
Milton Mallard, a five-time All-American and former professional athlete, served as the head jumps coach for Bermuda during the 2008 World Indoor Championships. His coaching experience has included a 2012 Olympic champion and bronze medalist along with a pair of IAAF World champions, a silver medalist and two bronze medalists.
On the collegiate level, Mallard's coaching experience includes an NCAA champion, 10 All-Americans, and 15 champions in the Big 12. Mallard has coached five USATF national champions along with national champions in Jamaica, Bermuda and the Bahamas.