Jack Hazen

Jack Hazen, Coach of the Malone University Men’s Cross Country Team

Jack Hazen has long been revered as the coach of Malone University’s men’s cross country team in Canton, Ohio and remains passionate about coaching even after more than 50 years in this career path.

Hazen has led Malone Pioneers to national meet appearances every year since 1968 and never lost a conference or district title. Under his tutelage, over 325 All Americans from track and field and cross country disciplines have earned honors within Malone history; representing 80 percent of total honors ever awarded by Malone Athletics.

Early Life and Education

Hazen began her career at the New York City-based Bacterial Diagnosis Laboratory Division where she conducted several major experiments, such as tracking an anthrax outbreak and finding sources of tularemia.

Hazen has been part of Malone University Athletics for more than 50 years and was recently recognized as one of the country’s premier track and field coaches by the United States Track and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA). Additionally, he was honored to become a member of both Ohio Association of Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Hall of Fame and Asbury University Alumni Hall of Fame.

Jack is a dedicated husband and father who always puts his family first. His interests include watching Nascar races and reading military/western novels; he’s an avid Dale Earnhardt fan who often wears his #3 cap when visiting the track.

Professional Career

Jack was an expert consultant, engineer, and researcher in water demand planning, modeling, forecasting, conservation program evaluation and more. As such, he and his wife enjoyed worldwide travel, time at their Sand Point Michigan cottage, golf with “the golf group,” fishing trips with friends as well as searching, collecting and restoring classic cars such as his mother’s first 1935 Ford.

Hazen may not be widely recognized, but she is well respected within the track and field world. Malone University men’s cross country and track and field coach spent much of the summer coaching distance runners on Team USA’s Olympic squad for London 2012.

Achievement and Honors

Jack Hazen led Malone University men’s and women’s track & field teams for over 55 years under his direction. Under Hazen’s watchful guidance, these pioneers won an amazing 18 conference/district titles while placing 22nd at NCAA Division II nationals!

In 2016, he received the Lifetime Achievement Award from OATCCC, honoring coaches with 100 total seasons of coaching service. Furthermore, this year marked his induction into USTFCCCA Coaches Hall of Fame.

Coach Aiken has also had extensive international coaching experience, serving on the USA Team at London 2012 Olympics as an assistant distance runner coach. Furthermore, he has written textbooks on coaching techniques and is part of the esteemed USA Track & Field Competition Management Team.

Personal Life

Jack Hazen has spent over 55 years as the leader of one or more track and field teams, serving as all-time men’s cross country coach for Malone Pioneers and writing textbooks on cross country running. Additionally, Jack served as U.S. Coach for Men’s Distance Running at 2012 London Olympic and twice at World Cross Country Championships (Boston and Capetown South Africa).

He is blessed to be blessed with numerous family members, grandchildren and extended relations. In addition, he holds life memberships with both the National Collegiate Athletic Association and Ohio Association of Track and Cross Country Coaches.

Net Worth

Hazen Audel is an American biologist & survivalist best known for hosting Survive The Tribe on National Geographic Channel in 2014 and Primal Survivor on Discovery in 2016. Additionally, he is known as a craftsman, jewelry designer & architectural artist.

His estimated net worth as of 2023 was estimated to be $5 Million dollars and he lives with his wife and children in Cleveland, Ohio.

Paul Audel is an NHL professional ice hockey player currently playing for Columbus Blue Jackets of the National Hockey League. Additionally, John M Hazen is also known by various aliases: Jacalyn Hazen, JACK Hazen, Jack Dr Hazen and John M Hazen – an avid outdoor adventurer and survivalist like Bear Grylls himself!

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