2008 graduate of North Central College, Naperville, Illinois
2019-20 will be Coach Fleagle's second year has head coach for both the men's and women's programs
In his first year, he coached one indoor national championships qualifier; the men's indoor distance medley relay earned all-Central Region honors; four athletes earned A-R-C outdoor all-conference honors including one that was crowned the conference champion in the 1500 meters; and three women's athletes earned outdoor all-Central Regionl honors
Took over the Norse track programs after serving as an assistant at the University of Chicago from 2012-2019
While at U of Chicago he helped coach 11 athletes and 7 relays to 31 NCAA national meet appearances that led to 10 All-American honors.
He coached four different women at national meets in the high jump with three competing and placing in the top half of the field at the 2018 NCAA outdoor championships.
In 2014 he helped guide pole vaulter Michael Bennett to an undefeated season and a national championship at the NCAA III Indoor National Championships and a runner-up finish at the Outdoor National Championships.
As sprints and jumps coach, he helped lead both the men and women to numerous University Athletic Association Conference honors and school records.
Prior to coaching at U of Chicago he was an assistant coach for cross country and track and field at North Central from 2010-12
1999 graduate of University of Iowa - M.S. Exercise Physiology
2019-20 will be Steve's 14th year as assistant coach
Also serves as the head men's cross-country coach
Led Norse men's team to conference cross country championship in 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010
His men's cross-country teams have placed 6th at the NCAA III National Championships in 2006, 8th in 2007 and 26th in 2010, 24th in 2012 and 14th in 2013
Named Conference Men's Cross Country Coach of the Year in 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010
Prior to taking over the Norse programs Steve spent two years as an assistant at Williams College (MA), where the women's team won the national championship in 2004 and the men's team finished in the top-10 in 2003 and 2004
From 2000-02 head men's coach of cross country at Macalester College (MN)
While at St. John's University (MN) he ran both cross country and track and earned all-conference honors in track in the 5,000 and 10,000 meter runs
2019-20 will be Kristin's second year as an assistant coach
During the outdoor season she coached her first American Rivers Conference all-conference performer in the high jump
Joined Norse from Benedictine University where she served as associate head coach for track & field and cross country (2017-18)
She helped lead Benedictine to a sixth place finish at the 2018 NCAA III National Indoor Track & Field Championships, followed by a fourth place finish at the NCAA III Outdoor Championships, while coaching a national champion in the triple jump
She was also an assistant track & field coach and cross country coach at UW-Stevens Point (2015-17)
She coached seven national qualifiers in 28 events that produced15 All-American finishes and one national championship in the long jump.
During her final year, UW-Stevens Point placed fourth at the NCAA III National Indoor Championships and had the privilege of coaching the Indoor Field Athlete of the Meet and National Field Athlete of the Year
As an athlete at Carthage College, she was a College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin (CCIW) 16-time all-conference performer that included one conference title and was also a national meet qualifier
2019-20 will be Duncan's second year as an assistant coach
He also works with the Norse cross country teams
He has degrees in Exercise Science (Northern Michigan University), Human Performance and Physical Therapy (UW-La Crosse)
He was an assistant for boy's cross country and distance track athletes at Dowling Catholic High School for Head Coach Tim Ives (2013-17)
Dowling Catholic captured Iowa 4A cross country championships (2015, 2016) and Roy Griak Invitational title (2015)
Head Coach of Northern Michigan University Nordic Ski Team and led them to a National Collegiate Ski Association team relay title (1983)
He was a member of the U.S. Nordic Ski Team (1980-83); competed in six U.S. National Ski Championships, one Olympic Trial, five overseas Worldloppet races, and 37 (and counting) American Birkebeiners
1980 U.S. National Nordic Ski Championship overall champion
Winner of first two Korteloppets; 1976 American Birkebeiner Citizen champion and 1980 American Birkebeiner top American
He continues to promote participation in quieter sports as he has for years in clinics, presentations and events throughout the Midwest