In his second year as a Sports Information Assistant at Eastern Washington, Brad Wall serves as the primary contact for EWU's cross country and track & field programs.
Wall received his bachelor's degree in journalism with a minor in psychology from Eastern in June of 2013, graduating cum laude.
Wall has also worked with the Associated Press at the College Sports Desk for the past year, where he writes game recaps on football and basketball to be published nationally on the AP wire. He recently joined the Spokesman-Review as a copy editor in the sports department as well. In the past, Wall worked as a contributing writer for the Easterner and interned at KHQ/SWX Right Now in the spring of 2012.
Wall competed in the sprints for the track & field team at Eastern from 2008-13. In his collegiate career, he became just the fourth EWU male athlete in school history to win four individual conference titles and the second to claim three outdoor titles in a single event. In all, he earned 11 All-Big Sky honors (top three finish) individually and in relays during his indoor and outdoor career. Wall is the school record holder in the 400 outdoors with a time of 46.67 set in 2010, and is second indoors with a time of 47.07 set in 2012. He was also a member of Eastern’s record-setting 4x100 relay team outdoors in 2011 (40.46), and a record-breaking 4x400 relay team indoors (3:11.04). The 4x400 relay outdoors owns the second-best time in school history of 3:11.33, which was set at the BSC Outdoor Championships in 2013. He finished his career with eight Big Sky All-Academic honors and twice won United States Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association Academic All-America honors.
He grew up in Vancouver, Wash., and attended Evergreen High School, where he broke the school record became a 4A state champion in the 400 meters in 2008.
Wall recently married Stephanie (formerly Dye), also a recent cross country/track & field member, in July of 2013. They currently reside in Spokane with their dog, Colbie.