men’s track & field
Active from 1974-1977 • Inducted in 2016
Kevin Cooley is Lewis & Clark's all-time fastest in the 5,000 and 10,000 meters, winning both events at the conference championship in 1977. At the time of his induction in 2016, Cooley's times of 14:34.2 in the 5,000 and 30:35.39 in the 10,000 were still atop the Pioneers' record book. He is also in the top 30 all-time in the 1,500 meters. Lewis & Clark won the conference championship in 1977 and the team was inducted into the Lewis & Clark Hall of Fame in 1994.
Working as an architect, Kevin currently lives in Vancouver, Wash. with his wife Lisa Morrison ’77. Together, they have three grown children Matthew, Emily and Hannah and, in his free time, he enjoys tennis, bicycle and hiking.
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