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Winter Track (Women's)

Program Philosophy

The goal of the Spotswood Girls Track & Field program is to provide an athlete-centered learning environment that helps each individual develop the student-athlete's physiological, mental, social and intellectual needs. Complimentary to the individual and program development, is the commitment to foster the life skills of integrity, sportsmanship, discipline, responsibility, humility, commitment, respect and teamwork, as well as promote a healthy and active lifestyle.

Our program will be inclusive and expansive for all class levels. The program will be seamless between Varsity, JV and freshman levels as respects to practice and event plan development.
Fundamentals will be drilled at all levels. Practices will be designed to reinforce fundamentals and create a positive learning environment. Training will simulate meet situations at all times. Physical conditioning will be a priority at all levels, at all times.


At each level, the good of the entire program is valued as well as the needs of the individual. Our coaching staff will motivate the athletes with positive reinforcement, engage in open communication and demonstrate predictable behavior while also work to instill valuable character traits such as unselfishness, a solid work ethic and the ability for a individual to see beyond her own success.

Coaching Biography


Coach Morgan Clark enters her fourth year of coaching at Spotswood High School. She was an assistant coach for girls' winter track for the past three years, she is now the head coach this season as well as for the girls' spring track team. Coach Clark is also the head coach of boys' cross country. She first began coaching Indoor and Outdoor Track at a high school in Newark in 2016, which advanced to the Indoor and Outdoor Meet of Champions several times while she was coaching there.
Coach Clark's own running experience comes from several years of competing in Cross Country and Track. She competed at Nike Cross Nationals with Colts Neck High School in 2006, where they placed 4th in the country. They also won the NJ Cross Country Meet of Champions that year. She achieved All-American status in Track at the 2008 National Scholastic Indoor Track Championship, finishing 4th nationally in the 4x1mile relay (#5 NJ All-time).