GoFrogs.com talks with Freeman, Henderson and Jackson
David Freeman is in his second season with the Horned Frogs as assistant coach for track and cross country and director of operations.
Freeman works with middle distance runners along with assisting cross country head coach Liz Wort with the cross country program.
Freeman came to TCU after serving as a high school head coach and volunteer coach at the college level. He joins the Horned Frogs staff after serving as head coach at Freedom High School in Orlando, Fla. Prior to that, Freeman served as head track and field coach at Tates Creek High School in Lexington, Ky. for two seasons, earning 2011 Area 6 Girl's Track and Field Coach of the Year honors while leading the Commodores to a state runner-up finish in Class 3A.
Freeman worked with the University of Florida track and field team as a volunteer assistant for three seasons and at his alma mater of Kentucky for one season.
Freeman enjoyed an accomplished career on the track, highlighted by a trip to the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing to compete in the 1,500-meter run. Representing Puerto Rico, Freeman finished 10th in his heat with the 24th-best time in the field.
Freeman graduated from Kentucky in 2005, earning his bachelors degree in business management. He went on to earn his masters in business education from UK in 2009.
As a member of the Wildcats track and field team, Freeman was a three-time All-American in the indoor 800-meter run and indoor mile run. He still holds the Kentucky school record in the indoor 800-meter run and indoor distance medley relay. Freeman earned multiple All-SEC honors in both track and cross country.