Scott Foley is in his first season as head coach for the cross country teams while also serving as an assistant coach for track & field.
Foley ran competitively at Boise State University from 2007 to 2012 where he earned All-Western Athletic Conference honors for four-consecutive years. A member of four WAC championship teams, Foley was also an NCAA Division I National Qualifier in the 10,000-meter run in 2012.
Following graduate with his degree in physical education, Foley was named head coach of the cross country and track & field programs at Cheyenne South High School where he coached the school's first-ever state champion. In all, he coaches three state champions, five all-state performances, three conference champions with 14 indoor and outdoor track & field records broken during a two-year span.
The Cheyenne, Wyoming, native also guided South High School to the highest finishes in school history in all three sports, cross country, indoor and outdoor track & field.
During his prep career at Cheyenne Central High School, Foley was a six-time All-State honoree between cross country and track & field and was a member of four state championship squads.
Camp staff members include current and former members of the BHSU Cross Country team, as well as coaches and guest speakers from BHSU and the area.