During Coach Goldhammer's tenure he has developed the cross country program into a perennial conference contender. Under his direction the men and women have finished first or second in the SCIAC 54 times. The women's program has won 19 of the last 22 SCIAC titles and a total of 23 SCIAC crowns while the men's team has won 15 titles. At the national level, the women have competed as a team 17 times while the men's team has gone 13 times. In 2015, the men finished seventh, the highest place for the men's program. In 1995 the women finished in fourth place at the NCAA Championships and won CMS' first NCAA women's team trophy. The Athenas have since won two additional trophies - fourth in 2011 and third in 2012. He has coached 19 athletes who have earned 24 All-American honors.
Prior to CMS he coached at UC Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara City College and Cal State Los Angeles. He and his wife Toni live in Claremont. Their older daughter, Ami, is a graduate of Long Beach State and their younger daughter, Elizabeth, is a graduate of UC Santa Cruz.