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Nick Stenuf
Nick  Stenuf

Volunteer Assistant Coach


Andrea Grove-McDonough Named Northeast Region Coach of the Year

Grove-McDonough Receives Second Coaching Honor of the Year


Women's Cross Country Prepared for NCAA Northeast Regional

Huskies Head to Regionals on Friday


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Huskies Jump to No. 16 in the Nation


Women's Cross Country Claims Second Place at BIG EAST Championship

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Nick Stenuf enters his first season as a volunteer assistant coach for the women's cross country and track and field programs.

Stenuf was a five-time Division III All-American at Nazareth College in Rochester, NY. He was the programs first ever All-American in cross country and track and field, and the schools first ever three season All-American athlete. In 2006 he was named the Atlantic Coast Athlete of the year. He also served as a three year captain for the track and field team.

"This is the first time we've had a dedicated volunteer assistant coach with the cross country program, so I'm really excited about how Nick can help solidify the this team as a national contender, and with his energy and passion for the sport he is a great fit," said women's cross country head coach Andrea Grove-McDonough.

Upon graduating from Nazareth College with a degree in Business Education, Stenuf went on to Florida State University to complete a Master's Degree in Sports Management. While at Florida State University, Stenuf competed post-collegiately and was a Graduate Manager with the men's and women's cross country and track and field program during the 2009-10 season.

For the past two years he has served as an intern and volunteer assistant at Edinboro University in Pennsylvania. He helped assist the head coach in guiding the men's cross country program to a Division II NCAA 12th place finish and one All-American Individual. This same All-American athlete, Stenuf helped guide to an NCAA qualifier in three different track events for the 2012 outdoor season.

Post-collegiate he has qualified for three US Track and Field Championships (2009 Indoor 800, 2010 Indoor 1500, 2010 Outdoor 1500).