|Title:||Head Track & Field Coach/ Head Cross Country Coach|
Danny Cash joined the Quakers' coaching staff as an assistant coach in 2009 and took over as head coach in January of 2012. He came to Guilford following a six-year coaching stint at Orange High School in Hillsborough, N.C., where he led the boys' and girls' cross country teams to consecutive top-five finishes at the North Carolina High School Athletic Association State Championships in 2007 and 2008. Several of his students earned all-conference recognition, including Mackenzie Robinson, who finished second in the 2008 state girls meet. As a track and field coach, Cash helped many of his students to conference and regional titles and has had numerous state-meet competitors. Many Cash-coached students have competed on the college level.
Cash ran collegiately at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington and earned his bachelor's degree in history with a minor in geography in 1993. He graduated with some of the Seahawks' top times in the outdoor 10-kilometer and indoor five-kilometer races. Cash ran cross country and track at Northern Durham (N.C.) High School and was the team's most valuable runner in 1988 and 1989. The 1989 graduate was a state qualifier in high school. His personal-best time in the five kilometers is 14:52 and his best 10-kilometer time is 30:40.
Cash holds certifications from the NFHS and USATF for coaching, has served as a NCHSAA state meet official and was a board member of the North Carolina Track and Cross Country Coaches Association.
Danny and his wife, Kimberly, live with their six children in Hurdle Mills, N.C. Kimberly serves as an assistant track and cross country coach at Guilford. One of the couple's daughters, Emily, attends Guilford and runs track and cross country.
|Title:||Assistant Track & Field Coach / Assistant Cross Country Coach|
Kimberly Cash began running as a sophomore in high school in upstate New York in 1984 and as she excelled, it became her passion. Her racing achievements include a five-kilometer time of 17:38 and 800m time of 2:04. In 2005, she began coaching middle school runners with her husband, Danny, and later joined him in the scholastic ranks.
In 2010, she took over as head coach of both boys’ and girls’ track and field teams at Orange High School in Hillsborough, N.C. She helped the teams to Carolina Six Conference titles and was named the league's coach of the year in 2011.
A retired police officer, Cash has a master’s degree in forensic psychology, a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice and an associate’s degree in business. Besides running, she is a cyclist, gardener and writer living in Hurdle Mills, N.C., with her husband and six children. The couple’s daughter, Emily, attends Guilford and competes on both the cross country and track and field teams.