Krizmanic Joins UT Tyler Track and Field Staff

Wednesday, August 15, 2012
by Jeff Williford

TYLER -- Emily Krizmanic has been named the new strength and conditioning coach and assistant track and field coach at The University of Texas at Tyler, head coach Bob Hepler has announced. 

Krizmanic, a 2010 graduate of University of Dayton in Dayton, Ohio finished her master's degree at UT Tyler while serving as the graduate assistant, specializing in throws, high jump and hurdles for the men's and women's track and field teams the past two seasons.

In 2011, Krizmanic helped coach UT Tyler discus-thrower Buck Thompson to a fifth-place finish in the NCAA National Meet.  

"I am very excited to have the opportunity to continue working with all of the athletes at UT Tyler. Working at the college level in the track and field and strength and conditioning fields has been a goal of mine since sixth grade. I am looking forward to being part of the continued growth and success of UT Tyler athletics", she said.

Krizmanic has ties to East Texas, graduating from Bishop T.K. Gorman High School in Tyler where she played volleyball, basketball and ran track for the Crusaders.