Stanford graduates Valarie Allman, Kori Carter, Steven Solomon, Katerina Stefanidi, and Harrison Williams competed at the IAAF World Championships in Doha, Qatar.
Five Stanford alumnae will compete in a dual meet between the United States and Europe next week in Minsk.
J.J. Clark, the Franklin P. Johnson Director of Track and Field, announced the addition of three assistant coaches on Wednesday. They are Nate Arnold (jumps), Jarius Cooper (sprints and hurdles) and Ricardo Santos (distance).
Valarie Allman, Stanford class of '17, captured her second consecutive national title in the women's discus on Sunday.
Harrison Williams broke the school decathlon record for the sixth time, while finishing third at the U.S. Championships, matching the placing of Stanford javelin thrower Jenna Gray.
J.J. Clark has been named Stanford's Franklin P. Johnson Director of Track and Field, as announced by Director of Athletics Bernard Muir.