David Queck joined the coaching staff after serving as a volunteer coach for the Tigers in 2013, aiding with the sprinters. Prior to Memphis, he served in a similar capacity with Southern Miss. While with the Golden Eagles, the Annadale, Minn., native assisted in coaching two athletes ranked in the top-25 in the world in the 100m and three All-Conference USA sprinters.
Prior to his time at Southern Miss, Queck was a two-sport standout at St. Cloud University in Minnesota where he lettered two years in football as a wide receiver and four in track and field, competing in the 100m, 200m and 400m sprints. While at St. Cloud, he also was part of the 4 x 100m relay team that won the conference championship. Queck earned all-conference honors three times during his collegiate career.
In high school, Queck was a standout at Annadale HS, where he lettered in football, basketball and track. As a prep athlete he earned all-conference and all-area accolades. Competing in track and field, he helped Annadale to with three state championships.
Queck received his bachelor's degree from St. Cloud University (2010) in broadcast journalism with a coaching minor and holds a MS degree from Southern Miss in coaching education. He is the son of Rev. Tom and Kathy Queck.