Penn State Greater Allegheny is pleased to welcome coach Tim Creamer as he enters his first season as head men’s and women’s track and field coach during the 2017-2018 academic year. In 2017 he was named Greater Allegheny’s head first track and field coach to start the brand new program.
Prior to joining Penn State Greater Allegheny, he spent 14 seasons at Seton Hill University as Head Men’s and Women’s Cross Country and Track and Field Coach. Coach Creamer led one National Champion (2013 NCAA Division II Women’s Javelin Champion), 21 national qualifiers and eight NCAA All Americans. Coach Creamer led Seton Hill to four track and field team conference championships in addition to his three cross country team conference championships. Tim has also coached 145 All Conference performances, 75 individual conference champions, 33 All Atlantic Region selections and six conference freshmen of the year. Coach Creamer has earned five track and field conference coach of the year awards in addition to his two cross country coach of the year awards.
Coach Creamer's teams have also excelled in the classroom. He has coached 49 academic All Americans along with one NCAA Elite 89 Academic Award Recipient and one United States Track and Field Cross Country Coaches Association Scholar Athlete of the Year. His teams have also earned multiple United States Track and Field Cross Country Coaches Association Scholar Team Awards.
Coach Creamer competed collegiately in track and field and basketball at Allegheny College before transferring to the University of Pittsburgh. While at Allegheny, he earned All-Conference honors in track and field for the pole vault and was a part of two indoor track and field team championships and two outdoor track and field team championships.
Coach Creamer currently resides Greensburg, PA with his three children.