Josiah Norville is in his third season as a volunteer assistant coach for Baylor. He assists associate head coach Michael Ford in coaching the short sprinters and short hurdlers. Norville also helps director of operations Evan Iluzada with day-to-day business in the track and field offices.
Norville is currently completing a master's degree in exercise physiology with a specialization in strength and conditioning at Baylor.
While earning a bachelor's degree in biology at Illinois College in Jacksonville, Ill., Norville was a seven-time All-Midwest Conference selection and a two-year team captain. He was the Midwest Conference 110-meter hurdle champion in 2010 and currently holds the Illinois College record in the 55-meter hurdles, 60-meter hurdles and 4x200-meter relay.
Along with his work with Baylor, Norville is a personal trainer at the Waco Gold's Gym. He has also work for Team Speed in Jacksonville, Ill. in 2011.
Norville, a native of Batavia, Ill., is a certified strength and conditioning coach by the National Strength and Conditioning Association and a certified personal trainer by the National Strength and Conditioning Association.