Josh Meeks is in his third year as an assistant football coach at Hamilton College. Meeks is responsible for the Continentals' wide receivers. One of his receivers was a NESCAC all-conference team selection in 2015 and 2016, and finished his career in fourth place on the program's all-time receiving yards list.
Meeks coached the wide receivers for Team Stars and Stripes at the 2017 Tazón de Estrellas (Bowl of the Stars) at Centro de Enseñanza Técnica Y Superior University in Tijuana, Mexico. The annual December game features a squad of select NCAA Division III student-athletes and a team of all-stars selected from Mexico’s private universities.
Meeks was a graduate assistant coach at Alfred University in 2013 and 2014 and served on current Hamilton head coach Dave Murray's staff. At Alfred, Meeks coached the tight ends and wide receivers. Two of his players received Empire 8 all-conference honors and in 2013 the Saxons went 8-3 and won the Eastern College Athletic Conference North Central Bowl Championship.
Meeks coached the wide receivers and running backs at North Carolina Wesleyan College -- his alma mater -- in 2012. One of his players made the USA South Athletic Conference all-star team, and he was an associate strength and conditioning coach.
Meeks was a four-year letter winner at quarterback for the Battling Bishops. The team captured USA South Athletic Conference titles in 2009 and 2010 and played in the first round of the 2009 NCAA championship after posting a perfect 7-0 conference record. He was the recipient of North Carolina Wesleyan's Moe Bauer Sportsmanship Award his senior year.
Meeks has been a member of the American Football Coaches Association since 2012. He has a degree in English with minors in history and journalism. Meeks is pursuing a master's degree in business administration from Alfred.