Craig Fuller
Craig  Fuller

Cross Country, Track and Field, Coach

Four-time Mid-American Conference Cross Country Coach of the Year ... spent 19 seasons as CMU's head men's cross country coach and one season as the women's coach ... was an assistant track coach for over 20 years, spending one season as the head coach ... led the Chippewas to MAC cross country titles in 1999, 2002, 2003 and 2004, while being named MAC Coach of the Year each of those seasons ... also earned Great Lakes Region Coach of the Year honors in 2002 ... helped the Chippewas to three outdoor MAC track titles and one indoor championship ... guided the 2002 cross country team to a ninth-place finish at the NCAA Championships, the best in school history ... CMU also placed 18th at nationals in 2003, 20th in 1998 and 23rd in 2004 ... six Chippewas earned All-America honors in cross country under him, including two-time honoree Richie Brinker ... coached four MAC individual cross country champions ... guided four distance runners to All-America honors on the track and numerous MAC champions, including two-time MAC Most Outstanding Performer Jeff Powers and MAC Most Valuable Performers Dave Ernsberger and Ryan Watson ... earned six letters as a student-athlete at CMU ... All-MAC in cross country in 1978 and track in 1979 ... qualified for the 1984 U.S. Olympic Trials in the marathon and competed nationally in the steeplechase ... a Mount Pleasant native, Fuller currently lives in Manistee, Mich., where he is coaching track at Manistee High School, along with middle school cross country ... his family includes wife, Marian, and children Annie, Jody, Craig Jr. and Curtis.
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