STEVENS POINT, Wis. — After five seasons as the head women’s cross country and track & field coach at Wisconsin-Stevens Point, Megan Woloszyn has stepped down, it was announced by director of athletics Daron Montgomery.
Megan and her new husband, Adam, will be moving to California where Adam has accepted a new position.
“Megan has been an asset to the UW-Stevens Point cross country and track & field programs — both as a student-athlete and a coach,” Montgomery said. “She always did what was in the best interest of her student-athletes. While we will really miss Megan, we are excited for her and her husband, Adam.”
Woloszyn completed her fifth season as head coach of both the women’s cross country and track & field teams in 2013-14. Under her leadership, 12 school records fell, 13 student-athletes earned All-American honors, 11 earned All-Academic honors and four of her teams earned All-Academic honors in both cross country and track & field.
“After five years of building the program at UW-Stevens Point, I will miss my Pointer family the most — my team,” Woloszyn said. “I am grateful for the opportunity to have contributed to UWSP and will cherish all the memories made. It has been a pleasure to coach here and I wish the program and department nothing but success.”
Woloszyn ran for the Pointers’ cross country and track teams from 2001-06, gaining many accolades along the way. She was a seven time All-American, was named UWSP Freshman Athlete of the year, won the WIAC Judy Kruckman Scholar Athlete Award, and broke UWSP records in the 1500m, 4x800m relay and the distance medley relay. She was a three time All-WIAC selection in cross country and led her team to third- and sixth-place finishes at the NCAA DIII Cross Country Championships. Woloszyn also helped her track & field team to a third-place finish at the NCAA DIII Championships in ’03. Woloszyn was a four-time indoor and outdoor national qualifier. She was also a six-time All-American in three different events from 2003-’05.
Woloszyn graduated from UWSP in 2006 with a bachelor’s degree in physical education and health education. From there, she obtained a master’s degree in kinesiology and sports administration from Eastern Illinois, where she served as an assistant coach with the track & field and cross country teams. As an assistant coach, she helped EIU to its strongest recruiting class in five seasons and helped the Panthers to indoor and outdoor conference championships in 2009 and coached three NCAA Division I national qualifiers.