Kevin Curtin has been the head coach of Battle Road Track Club since 2003, after serving as assistant coach under Bob Sevene since 1997. A former NCAA All-American at Brandeis University, Kevin captained the 1983 Brandeis team to an NCAA Cross Country Championship and was the New England Champion in the 1500m. As a member of Nike Boston, he competed in the 1988 U.S. Olympic Trials in the 1500m. He boasts PRs of 1:49.7 (800m), 3:40.48 (1500m) and 8:12 (3km). A native of Massachusetts, Kevin coached at Needham High School and Brandeis prior to working with Battle Road Track Club.
Ryan Carrara has been the long distance coach of Battle Road Track Club since 2010 and the cross country coach for the 2013 and 2014 seasons. Before coaching at Battle Road Track Club, Ryan was an assistant cross country and track coach at Brandeis University and Babson College. A Umass Amherst alumni, he was A-10 champion in both the 5,000m, steeple chase, and New England Champion in the steeple chase in 1998. After graduating Umass with a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering, Ryan raced for Saucony and Reebok Boston. He has run PRs of 3:54.56 (1500m), 8:14 (3km), 14:15 (5k) and 2:24:33 (marathon). Born in Holliston, Massachusetts, Ryan has enjoyed competing and training athletes in Massachusetts his entire career.
Daniel Green started coaching with Battle Road Track Club in 2010.