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Head Coach

Adelphi University
1 South Avenue
Garden City , New York 11530
United States

Company Description: Adelphi University, chartered in 1896, was the first institution of higher education for the liberal arts and sciences on Long Island. Through its schools and...   more
Background

Employment History

Education

  • degree , Exercise Physiology
    Adelphi's Honors College
  • Master's Degree , Exercise Physiology
    Adelphi University
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Adelphi University Athletics - Staff Directory
www.aupanthers.com, 6 Aug 2014 [cached]
Katie Rees Head Coach KRees@adelphi.edu (516) 877-4308
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Katie Rees Head Coach KRees@adelphi.edu (516) 877-4308
Adelphi University Athletics - Staff Directory
www.aupanthers.com, 2 Aug 2013 [cached]
Katie Rees Adelphi University Athletics - Staff Directory
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Katie Rees
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Katie Rees Head Coach
Phone: (516) 877-4308 Email: KRees@adelphi.edu
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Katie Rees enters her third year as Head Coach of the track and field teams.
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During the 2011-12 year, her first at the helm of the program, Rees guided both the men's and women's squads to improvements at the conference meet boh indoors and outdoors from the prior year. During the indoor season, the women broke three records while the men also accomplished the same feat. At the Northeast-10 Championship, she had three men earn All-Conference honors including one event winner while the women had one individual and one relay earn All-Conference kudos. Additionally, during indoors, under her direction, Mychael Fabio provisionally qualified for nationals in the 200m dash while earning the automatic mark in the 400 where he went on to place ninth.
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Rees is a former Adelphi University assistant track and field coach as well as a former standout runner for the Panthers. Katie (DiPietro) Rees spent four years as an athlete at Adelphi and then three and a half years as an assistant coach with the program. A four-year letterwinner in both cross-country and track and field, Rees was also a four-time All-East Coast Conference performer and an All-Northeast selection in 2002. She helped the Panthers qualify for the 2001 and 2002 NCAA Division II Cross-Country National Championship meet, where Adelphi placed 22nd and 21st in the nation.
She then moved to the coaching side of the sport as an assistant with the cross-country and track and field programs. Rees helped the Panthers to three straight East Coast Conference women's cross-country titles and two men's in her time at Adelphi and was instrumental in helping the mid-distance and distance runners re-write the Adelphi record books.
In June, 2010, she took over the helm of the men's and women's cross-country program. Rees graduated Magna Cum Laude from Adelphi's Honors College in 2005 with a degree in Exercise Physiology and earned a Master's Degree in Exercise Physiology from Adelphi in 2006. She continues to run, having completed eight marathons, including notching her personal best of 3:05.06 at the Marine Corps Marathon in Washington, DC.
Adelphi University Athletics - Staff Directory
www.aupanthers.com, 2 Aug 2013 [cached]
Katie Rees Adelphi University Athletics - Staff Directory
...
Katie Rees
...
Katie Rees
...
Katie Rees Head Coach
Phone: (516) 877-4308 Email: KRees@adelphi.edu
...
Former Adelphi University assistant coach and standout runner, Katie (DiPietro) Rees was named Head Cross-Country Coach as announced by Director of Athletics Robert Hartwell on June 11, 2010. Rees spent four years as an athlete at Adelphi and then three and a half years as an assistant coach with the program.
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In her first season (2010) at the helm of the Panthers, Rees led the Panthers men to a seventh-place finish at the Northeast-10 Conference Championships, while the women placed 12th.
...
A four-year letter winner in both cross-country and track and field, Rees was also a four-time All-East Coast Conference performer and an All-Northeast selection in 2002. She helped the Panthers qualify for the 2001 and 2002 NCAA Division II Cross-Country National Championship meet, where Adelphi placed 22nd and 21st in the nation.
She then moved to the coaching side of the sport as an assistant with the cross-country and track and field programs. Rees helped the Panthers to three straight East Coast Conference women's cross-country titles and two men's in her time at Adelphi and was instrumental in helping the mid-distance and distance runners re-write the Adelphi record books.
Rees graduated Magna Cum Laude from Adelphi's Honors College in 2005 with a degree in Exercise Physiology and earned a Master's Degree in Exercise Physiology from Adelphi in 2006. She continues to run, having completed seven marathons, including notching her personal best of 3:05.06 at the Marine Corps Marathon in Washington, DC.
Katie ...
www.aupanthers.com, 17 Aug 2012 [cached]
Katie Rees
...
Katie Rees Head Coach
Phone: (516) 877-4308 Email: KRees@adelphi.edu
...
Katie Rees enters her second year as Head Coach of the track and field teams.
During the 2011-12 year, her first at the helm of the program, Rees guided both the men's and women's squads to improvements at the conference meet boh indoors and outdoors from the prior year. During the indoor season, the women broke three records while the men also accomplished the same feat. At the Northeast-10 Championship, she had three men earn All-Conference honors including one event winner while the women had one individual and one relay earn All-Conference kudos. Additionally, during indoors, under her direction, Mychael Fabio provisionally qualified for nationals in the 200m dash while earning the automatic mark in the 400 where he went on to place ninth.
...
Rees is a former Adelphi University assistant track and field coach as well as a former standout runner for the Panthers. Katie (DiPietro) Rees spent four years as an athlete at Adelphi and then three and a half years as an assistant coach with the program. A four-year letterwinner in both cross-country and track and field, Rees was also a four-time All-East Coast Conference performer and an All-Northeast selection in 2002. She helped the Panthers qualify for the 2001 and 2002 NCAA Division II Cross-Country National Championship meet, where Adelphi placed 22nd and 21st in the nation.
She then moved to the coaching side of the sport as an assistant with the cross-country and track and field programs. Rees helped the Panthers to three straight East Coast Conference women's cross-country titles and two men's in her time at Adelphi and was instrumental in helping the mid-distance and distance runners re-write the Adelphi record books.
In June, 2010, she took over the helm of the men's and women's cross-country program. Rees graduated Magna Cum Laude from Adelphi's Honors College in 2005 with a degree in Exercise Physiology and earned a Master's Degree in Exercise Physiology from Adelphi in 2006. She continues to run, having completed eight marathons, including notching her personal best of 3:05.06 at the Marine Corps Marathon in Washington, DC.
Katie ...
www.aupanthers.com, 17 Aug 2012 [cached]
Katie Rees
...
Katie Rees Head Coach
Phone: (516) 877-4308 Email: KRees@adelphi.edu
...
Former Adelphi University assistant coach and standout runner, Katie (DiPietro) Rees has been named Head Cross-Country Coach as announced by Director of Athletics Robert Hartwell on June 11, 2010. Rees spent four years as an athlete at Adelphi and then three and a half years as an assistant coach with the program.
...
In her first season (2010) at the helm of the Panthers, Rees led the Panthers men to a seventh-place finish at the Northeast-10 Conference Championships, while the women placed 12th.
...
A four-year letter winner in both cross-country and track and field, Rees was also a four-time All-East Coast Conference performer and an All-Northeast selection in 2002. She helped the Panthers qualify for the 2001 and 2002 NCAA Division II Cross-Country National Championship meet, where Adelphi placed 22nd and 21st in the nation.
She then moved to the coaching side of the sport as an assistant with the cross-country and track and field programs. Rees helped the Panthers to three straight East Coast Conference women's cross-country titles and two men's in her time at Adelphi and was instrumental in helping the mid-distance and distance runners re-write the Adelphi record books.
Rees graduated Magna Cum Laude from Adelphi's Honors College in 2005 with a degree in Exercise Physiology and earned a Master's Degree in Exercise Physiology from Adelphi in 2006. She continues to run, having completed seven marathons, including notching her personal best of 3:05.06 at the Marine Corps Marathon in Washington, DC.
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