Raymond Brewer enters his fourth season at Charlotte as an assistant coach for the track and field program. His primary duties will include working with the sprinters, hurdlers, and relay teams.

During his first season with the 49ers, Brewer helped his athletes crack into the top ten in Charlotte’s all-time performance lists with 21 men’s performances (12 indoor, 9 outdoor) and 14 women’s performances (6 indoor, 8 outdoor). Brewer coached 18 all-conference performances with five women’s A-10 champions and seven men’s A-10 champions. Six athletes qualified for the NCAA Outdoor East Preliminaries and assisted one athlete to the USATF Junior Outdoor Championships. He worked with athletes to set four school records. Anthony Bynum, John Osborne, LeRoy Rouse, and Khyran Shank set the men’s outdoor school record in the 4x100 meter relay at the NCAA Outdoor East Prelims. Brewer coached T’Shelia Mungo set the women’s 500 meter indoor record, LeAnna Morrison set the 400 meter intermediate hurdles (A-10 Championships) and the shuttle relay event during the women’s outdoor season.

Before coming to Charlotte, Brewer served as an assistant with the women’s track and field program at Davidson College for six years. He worked primarily with sprinters, hurdlers and the jumps. During his tenure with the Wildcats, Brewer helped the women set 15 new school records, in addition to an indoor and outdoor Southern Conference record. He coached two NCAA qualifiers, including an NCAA Outdoor All-American in the high jump.

Prior to Davidson, the Charlotte native served as the assistant track coach at Lees-McRae College, where he helped the men’s and women’s teams set 25 new indoor and outdoor school records. He also coached eight NCAA Division II national and provisional qualifiers.

Brewer previously spent four years at Brevard College, coaching tracksters to 10 NJCAA national qualifying marks, six NAIA national and provisional qualifying marks and a pair of school records.

As a student-athlete, Brewer competed for Appalachian State University, where he helped his track and field team win Southern Conference Championships in 1995 and 1996. Prior to App, Brewer lettered in track and field at Brevard College, where he served as a team captain. A graduate of Myers Park High School in Charlotte, he lettered in football, track and cross country, and was a state qualifier in the 110-meter hurdles.

Brewer earned an Associate of Arts degree from Brevard College in 1993 and a Bachelor of Science in Health Promotions from Appalachian State in 1996.

Additionally, Brewer is USA Track and Field Level I and Level II certified and a United State Weightlifting Certified Sport Performance Coach. He has received instruction in therapeutic spinal dysfunction, post-rehabilitation training, performance enhancement and muscle testing training.