A former member of the University of Connecticut’s cross country and track and field teams, Lindsay Crevoiserat recently returned to campus as a staff member to coach current athletes.
Crevoiserat was named head cross country coach and assistant track and field coach, says Greg Roy, director of cross country and track and field. She comes to UConn from Drake University, where for the past year she has served as the assistant women’s cross country, distance coach. During that time, she coached multiple student-athletes to score at the top of the conference.
“I am excited to welcome Lindsay back to her home state,” says Roy. “She returns to UConn after successful coaching tenures at Iowa State and Drake and there is no doubt in my mind that she is ready to lead her own program. Most importantly, she is a great person and that, coupled with her outstanding experience, will be of great benefit to our student-athletes. I am thrilled to be working alongside her.”
Prior to her time at Drake, Crevoiserat served as a volunteer assistant to the track and field program at Iowa State University. In 2017 to 2018, She assisted in coordinating travel for student-athletes and was a part of the support staff to 25 events across the country. Additionally, she assisted with the overall management of the 2018 Iowa State Classic, 2017 NCAA Regional Cross Country Championship, and Big 12 championship.
Crevoiserat has also spent time as a running coordinator with the Northeast Kingdom Running Camp and Lobo Triathlon, Kids Race & Wellness Fair.
“This is a dream come true, to be able to rejoin the UConn family and be back in my home state,” says Crevoiserat. “I’m honored and excited to work in such an amazing program and I’m looking forward to continuing the excellence that has been put into place.”
One of the most accomplished runners to come out of the State of Connecticut, Crevoiserat led the 2012 UConn cross country team to finish eighth in the country overall in addition to its first appearance in the NCAA Championship. She is a three-time All-American who advanced to the NCAA Nationals as well as a Big East and NCAA Regional qualifier in cross country.
A native of Glastonbury, Connecticut, Crevoiserat attended Glastonbury High School where she tallied 12 total letters between cross country and track and field. She earned numerous honors including All-American, All-New England, All-State, and All-Conference. Crevoiserat was the 2009 National Champion in the mile, and the 2010 National Champion in the 5k and two-mile competitions.
Crevoiserat finished her collegiate career at the University of Oregon, where she earned her bachelor’s degree from the Lundquist College of Business with a concentration in sports marketing. She is currently pursuing her master’s degree in professional physical education, sports administration and will graduate from the University of New Mexico Albuquerque this fall.