Hilary Cebulko is in her second season as head coach for the Campbellsville University men's and women's cross country programs. She came to CU in 2009 as the graduate assistant for cross country and track and field. During that time, three runners qualified for the NAIA National Cross Country Meet in Vancouver, Wash.
During her first season, CU's men and women both finished third in the Mid-South Conference Cross Country Championships. Amy Etherington, a senior in 2010, was Cebulko's first All-Conference runner. Three of her runners have earned Academic All-Conference honors, which is awarded to those that are at least a sophomore in academic standing with a 3.25 GPA or better. As a graduate assistant in 2009, Cebulko assisted the Lady Tigers to a third-place finish and the men to a fouth-place finish in the MSC.
In addition to her duties as cross country head coach, Cebulko is the distance coach for the men's and women's indoor and outdoor track & field teams.
During the 2011 track & field season, she assisted both CU teams to a second-place finish in the Mid-South Conference outdoor track & field championships. Four of her distance runners (Geovanni Popoca, Tawny Vilchis, Qualaun Reed and Natasha Janes) have reached the Top 3 podium at the MSC Championships during her time at CU.
Prior to coming to Campbellsville, Cebulko competed at North Central College in Illinois, where she served as captain of the cross country team in 2008. She also interned with the outdoor track and field coaching staff and in the athletic office.
Cebulko earned her B.A. in sports management and human resources management at North Central in 2009 and completed her Master's in Business Administration at Campbellsville in 2010. She holds a Level I certifitcate in USATF Coaching Education.