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Elizabeth Krug

Assistant Coach of Men’s and Women’s Track and Field
Assistant Coach of Men’s and Women’s Cross Country

Elizabeth Krug is in her fourth year as the St. Norbert College full-time assistant coach for men’s and women’s track and field and cross country in 2019-20. She primarily works with the short sprints, javelin throwers and combined event athletes.

Krug helped St. Norbert sweep Midwest Conference titles in women’s indoor and outdoor track & field as well as women’s cross country in 2017-18 and 2018-19. Krug has coached several new school records in the multis, relays and sprints. The women's 60-meter dash record was reset during the 2019 NCAA Division III Indoor Championships where Audrey Makope clocked the fastest freshman time for the field.

Krug spent two years as a graduate assistant at St. Lawrence University in Canton, N.Y., where she worked with sprints, hurdles, javelin and combined events. Krug coached 11 Liberty League individual champions and assisted in coaching their All-American 400-meter hurdler.

An accomplished athlete at Hendrix (Ark.) College, Krug won the NCAA Division III national championship in the heptathlon in 2013. Her mark of 5,074 points stands as the eighth-best mark in Division III history. Krug was a four-time All-American in the heptathlon and was also an All-American in the pentathlon as a junior.

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