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Bob Schultz
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Bob Schultz - Head Coach - 8th Season

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Bob Schultz returned to Loras in 2005 to serve as the head men's and women's cross country and track and field coach. Schultz was previously an assistant at Loras from 1991-1994, and earned his master's degree in physical education/athletic administration from the college in 1994. 

 

Coach Schultz recently completed his seventh season as the Duhawks' cross country coach. The men's team won the IIAC Championship this fall for which Schultz was named the Iowa Conference Coach of the Year.  The Duhawks went on to qualify for the National Championship where they finished 25thin the country.  During the season, the men won the Wartburg Invitational and were the top DIII finisher at the National Catholic Championships hosted by the University of Notre Dame.  The women's team finished third in the IIAC behind two top 25 teams and finished 9thin the Central Region, arguably the top region in the nation.  Individually, Genna Kinley qualified for the National Championship and went on to run 22:28, the second fastest time in program history. 

 

In track & field, the Loras women finished the 2012 indoor season second in the Iowa Conference, while the Duhawk men finished third.  Loras sent a number of athletes to the National Championships in 2011 and senior Laura Rieger earned All-American for the indoor 800 with a new school record time of 2:12.52.  Schultz has received a wide array of accomplishments during his time at Loras, including the IIAC and NCAA Central Region Coach of the Year for 2007 in men's indoor track and field. He led the men to the IIAC indoor championship in 2007 and the IIAC outdoor championship in 2005, including two top ten NCAA Indoor & Outdoor finishes at the Men's Championships. Schultz also led the women to a 5th place finish in 2007 at the NCAA Outdoor Championships. Loras Track & Field has had a combined 59 All Americans in men's and women's indoor and outdoor track and field at Loras, including three NCAA Division III Champions under Schultz.

 

Loras is Schultz's third different head coaching stop. He comes to Dubuque from Lewis University in the suburbs of Chicago. Schultz spent three years coaching at Lewis, where he held the same position he holds at Loras. Combined between both teams, Schultz guided the Flyers to four Great Lakes Valley Conference titles in track and field and two in cross country.

 

Schultz has also previously served as the Head Coach at Elmhurst College, an NCAA Division III school in his hometown of Elmhurst, Illinois. He headed the cross country programs for eight years (1994-2001) and the track and field programs for six seasons.

 

Schultz graduated from Lewis University in 1991 after a successful career as an athlete. He ran in high school for nationally known York High School in Elmhurst, Ill. He, and his wife, Jennifer, are the proud parents of two sons, Joey and Justin. They reside in Dubuque.

 
 
2012 Women's Cross Country Roster
#NameCl.Pos.Ht.HometownPrevious School
Kayla BarnesFR Lanark, ILEastland
Bri CookFR Monticello, IAAnamosa
Amanda ElsenSO Nekoosa, WINekoosa
Katie FlogelSR LaMotte, IAMarquette
Andrea FrankFR Bellevue, IAMarquette
Nora GawlikFR Mount Prospect, ILHersey
Bridget HallJR Council Bluffs, IALewis Central
Becky HilbySO Rockford, ILBoylan
Katie HugueletFR Frankfort, ILProvidence Catholic
Maria KalbSR Dubuque, IAWahlert Catholic
Melissa KrollFR Dunlap, IABoyer Valley
Hallie MartinSO Cedar Rapids, IAXavier
Kayleigh McDanielSR Dubuque, IAHempstead
Ashley MillerJR Brooklyn, WIEdgewood
Mary RectorJR Highland Park, ILHighland Park
Amanda RodriguezFR Berwyn, ILTrinity
Ashley RouseSR Yorkville, ILJoliet Catholic
Amanda RundeFR Verona, WIVerona
Madeline SchroederSO Bellevue, IAMarquette
Kellie WagnerJR Monona, IAMFL Mar Mac
Ashley WentholdFR Fort Atkinson, IASouth Winn
Randi WesterveltSO Dubuque, IASenior
Bob Schultz - Head Coach - 8th season
Mary Bridget Corken - Assistant Coach - 3rd season