Adam Beltran Obituary News – Cause of Death: Notre Dame Cross Country/Track & Field assistant coach, Adam Beltran dies at 46.
University of Notre Dame track and field assistant coach of 15 years, Adam Beltran, 46, passed away on Wednesday, September 21, after a courageous battle with cancer, the school announced.
“It was my pleasure to work with Adam over the last 8 years,” Matt Sparks, the Hatherly-Piane Director of Track and Field and Cross Country, said in a statement shared on University of Notre Dame website. “He was such a gentle giant that truly knew how to connect with Notre Dame student-athletes. His peaceful demeanor had a calming effect on his athletes that allowed them to compete well when it mattered most.”
While Beltran’s coaching accolades and fingerprints are all over the pages of the Notre Dame record books, it was his personality and striking humor that will be remembered most. He was a beloved figure among student-athletes, coaches and anyone who spent time around the Irish program.
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