Stanley Lagrenade returned to the Hilltop as an assistant coach for Georgetown University's historic track & field and cross country program in August, 2008. Lagrenade returns to his alma mater to primarily work with the middle distance runners and assisting with the sprinters and hurdlers. Additionally, he is in charge of handling the recruiting efforts of the program.
Lagrenade made his mark on the record books during his time on the Hilltop. He currently holds the 18th-best time in GU history in the outdoor 400m relay carry (46.6) as well as recording the 13th best time in the 500m indoor (1:03.48). Lagrenade was also part of the relay team that places ninth on the Georgetown all-time list for the outdoor 4x800m relay (7:18.61), set at the 2003 Penn Relays and he currently stands at 26th all-time in the 400m (48.44).
For the past year, Lagrenade worked at The National Journal as an assistant corporate research analyst where he worked on a research project on Capitol Hill. He also worked at Randall Hagner Ltd. in Washington, D.C. as a market analyst in charge of monitoring sales trends in the luxury housing market in D.C.
Lagrenade graduated in 2006 with a degree in sociology and a minor in psychology. He is currently completing his master's degree at Georgetown in the liberal studies program in social and public policy.