- Coaches pole vault for the men's and women's track & field teams
- He has been at BYU since 2019 as a volunteer assistant coach working with the pole vaulters. In just four short years, his athletes have produced 13 All-American performances. These All-Americans consist of his son Zach McWhorter (five-time All-American), Caleb Witsken (five-time All-American), Cailee Faulkner (two-time All-American) and Elise Romney.
- He started the USATF XGravity Vault Club and has also been an assistant track coach at HarBer High School in Springdale, Arkansas for eight years. His high school athletes have earned nine Arkansas state pole vault titles as well as three USATF national titles.
Track & Field History
- McWhorter competed on the BYU track and field team from 1991-1994 in the pole vault. During his time at BYU he was the WAC champion with a personal best mark of 5.41m (17’9”). He still remained on the top 10 all-time BYU record board when he arrived in 2019 but has since been knocked off the board by his athletes.
Years at BYU
- Residency (Penn State Geisinger Medical Center, completed in 2003)
- MD Medicine (University of Texas, 1998)
- BS Human Biology (BYU, 1994)
- Barranquilla, Colombia (1987-1989)
- He has four grown children — Jacob (wife Emily), Madeleine Tullis (husband Benton), Zach and Charlotte. He spends his free time babysitting his two granddaughters Hazel Jane and Eloise, fly fishing and traveling around the globe.