Steve Reeder enters his 34th year as the Aggie distance coach. He coaches both the indoor and outdoor runners in the 800m and longer distances, as well as working with the cross country team.
Reeder is a retired physical education teacher from Mount Logan Middle School in Logan.
Reeder was a long jumper at Box Elder High School before earning a bachelor's degree at Brigham Young University. He later earned a master's degree at Utah State.
While teaching English at Duchesne High School for one year, Reeder coached basketball, football and track. He then came to Logan and taught at the junior high level, coaching its football, track and wrestling teams for two years prior to becoming an assistant coach at Utah State.
Reeder carried the Olympic Torch as it passed through Logan on its way to the Opening Ceremonies in Salt Lake City for the 2002 Winter Olympic Games.
Reeder and his wife, Dona, have five children: Emily, Daisy, Marty, Isaac and Sadie.
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