Alonzo Webb III joined the Pitt track and field coaching staff as a volunteer assistant coach in 2010 before his promotion to assistant coach in 2011. Webb's primary duties including working with the jumpers and multi-event athletes.
A Pittsburgh native, Webb has been an integral part of the Panthers’ coaching staff, guiding student-athletes to the ACC Indoor and Outdoor Championships in each of Pitt’s years as a member of the league.
During the 2015 season, he guided Luke Gallaher to school records in heptathlon and decathlon as well as All-ACC honors, and helped Imani Brown record a school record in outdoor triple jump.
Over his first two seasons on staff, his combined 17 student-athletes had all qualified for the Big East Championship Meet.
In his first season with the Panthers, all nine of Webb’s athletes reached both the 2011 Big East Indoor and Outdoor Championships, including Ashley Corum winning the indoor triple jump as a freshman. Subsequently, five of his student-athletes qualified for the IC4A Championships, while one of them went on to reach the NCAA Championships and two qualified for the USA Junior National Championships.
In 2012, Webb coached three student-athletes en route to their top-five finishes at the Big East Indoor Championship Meet. Webb helped Reggie Steele place third at the IC4A Championships in the long jump and qualify for the NCAA Outdoor National Championship meet. Webb also saw Gallaher earn a spot USA Junior National Team in high jump. At the ECAC/IC4A Championships, every athlete who qualified made the finals, recording sixth and ninth place to go along with the unlikely first-place finish in the women's heptathlon.
He coached Elizabeth Kline en route to two Big East Championships, as well as an ECAC Championship and a spot at the National Championship in heptathlon in 2012-13. Additionally, he guided Julia Koloski to a Big East Championship, and sent her and Ashley Corum to the NCAA Regional Meet.
Webb is a 2010 graduate of the University of Pittsburgh with a bachelor’s degree in communications with a related area in Africana studies. He was a member of the Panthers’ track and field team, competing under his father, head coach Alonzo Webb. He participated primarily in high jump and long jump.
Webb and his wife, Sarah, reside in Pittsburgh and are welcomed their first child, Zara Noel, in October 2017.