Bill Hawley is originally from Rock Island, IL where he attended Alleman Catholic High School and competed in Track and Cross-Country. Bill made it to State 3 out of the 4 years in Cross-Country with his last year making All State honors. Bill competed at State 3 years in track. He competed at State in different events including 800, 1600, 3200 meter relay and 3200 meters. Bill Hawley’s 3200 Meter Relay Team won state in 1994 and they were inducted into Alleman High School Hall of Fame in 2014. Bill is still on the top 25 list for Best Cross Country runners at Alleman High School. Bill Hawley decided to not accept any college scholarships for running when attending college.

Coach Hawley is the owner of Premier Logistics LLC which he and his wife started September 4th, 2012 and it successfully continues to grow today. Bill is married to his wife Jenny Hawley for now 18 years. They both have 4 children: Kayla and Emily both attend Notre Dame Academy and both run for the Cross Country program, Conner 8th grade and Bryce 6th grade both attend Father Allouez. The Hawley’s are all runners where they do many road races throughout the year as a family. All of the Hawley kids are involved with many sporting activities throughout the year. The Hawley family enjoys camping, attending their kids sporting events, ro

 

ad races, volunteering, biking, hunting, weekend trips, and just watching a good movie together at home in the winter.

This will be Coach Hawley’s second year coaching at Notre Dame Academy. Coach Hawley completed his first ever marathon last November in Milwaukee and is planning another marathon for this upcoming fall 2017. He is

very excited for this opportunity to be coaching with other great coaches and student athletes. Bill wants to continue to build upon the best cross-country program here at Notre Dame Academy.   Bill will bring and help with: technique, motivation, and inspiration to our athletes. “I want our student athletes to take what they learn from our Cross Country program onto college and rest of their life.”