|Title:||Men's Track and Field Assistant Coach|
|Previous College:||UMass Amherst|
The newest addition to the coaching staff, Courtney Kromko, is in her first season as an assistant coach with the USM Men’s Track and Field program. Kromko will contribute to the coaching staff by leading the jumps.
Previously, she was a graduate assistant with USM Women’s Track and Field program. She had the opportunity to coach an All-American (Peyton Dostie, 2016) and was a part of the LEC Coaching Staff of the Year (indoor and outdoor) in 2016 and 2017 following Little East Conference and New England Alliance Championship team titles. During this two-year period, Kromko completed her Master of Occupational Therapy degree at USM. In addition to her coaching experience, Kromko is a nationally certified USA Track and Field Official and a part of the USATF Rules Committee.
Prior to joining the USM staff, Kromko was a student-athlete at the University of Massachusetts Amherst primarily competing in the long and triple jump.
In 2014, Kromko was runner-up in the long jump (5.81/19-0 ¾) at the Atlantic 10 Indoor Championships, and won the long jump (5.71m/18-9) and was third in the triple jump (12.25m/40-2 ¼) at the NEICAAA New England Championships, and received the women’s most outstanding field performer in 2014.
During the 2015 indoor season, Kromko won the Atlantic 10 indoor championship in the long jump (5.71m/18-8 ¾) and was runner-up in the triple jump (11.74m/38-6 ¼).