Curcio Completes Cross Country, Track and Field Staff
“They both bring great skill-sets and a wide variety of experience to our program,” said Curcio. “They’ve been at a variety of schools at different levels and have used that to come in and push our student-athletes to be successful.”
Scott, a Missouri graduate, spent the last four seasons as an assistant at Missouri State. He mentored an All-American in the triple jump in 2014, while also helping guide two student-athletes to multiple events at NCAA meets.
Prior to his time in Springfield, Scott was an assistant at Iowa. He holds five certifications from the USTFCCCA, as well as holding a Ph.D. in Health Education and promotion from the Missouri-Columbia. As an undergrad, Scott was a sprinter for Missouri’s track and field program.
DuPaul comes to College Hill after spending the last two seasons as the assistant cross country and track and field coach at Maryland-Baltimore County. While at UMBC he oversaw the development of the university’s first ever cross-country All-American while also contributing to the school’s first NCAA regional participant on the women’s side.
Prior to his time at UMBC, DuPaul spent five seasons as an assistant at Hartford. While with the Hawks, he acted as the program’s recruiting coordinator as well as working with middle and distance runners. As a student-athlete, DuPaul competed at the University of Connecticut, capturing a Big East Indoor Track and Field Championship in 2006, as well as a New England Track and Field Championship in 2006.