Entering his first season as a Gonzaga volunteer assistant coach is Luke Kopnick. Kopnick comes to Gonzaga after serving as the women’s assistant cross country and distance coach at his alma mater, Winona State University in Winona, Minnesota. He primarily worked with the middle distance and steeplechase athletes during 2014-2015 seasons. While coaching at Winona, Kopnick helped mentor student athletes to school records in the 3000 meter steeplechase and the Distance Medley Relay. In 2015, he helped guide Jordan Skelly to a ninth place finish at the NCAA D2 National Track and Field Championships in Allendale, Michigan.
Kopnick is currently a graduate student in Gonzaga’s Master’s of Sport and Athletic Administration Program. Kopnick graduated from Winona State University in 2015 with a bachelor's degree in Professional Studies with an emphasis in Sports Management and Physical Education. Since the summer of 2012 worked as the head counselor of Nike Running Camps at Winona State University and University of California Santa Cruz.
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