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SUNY Delhi Track & Field Coaching Staff

Robb Munro
Robb Munro
Title: Cross Country/Track & Field Head Coach
Phone: (607) 746-4680
Email: munrora@delhi.edu
Hometown: Sidney, NY
Previous College: Delaware '01



  • University of New England '06 - M.S. Education
  • University of Delaware '01 - B.A. History Education
  • USATF Level II Certification for Endurance Events


  • NJCAA Region III Men's Cross Country Coach of the Year (2012)
  • USTFCCCA National NJCAA Men's Track and Field Coach of the Year (2015)
  • USCAA National Men's Cross Country Coach of the Year (2016)
  • USCAA National Women's Cross Country Coach of the Year (2018)

SUNY Delhi Team Accolades: 

  • Men's Cross Country: USCAA National Champions (2016, 2017, 2018)
  • Women's Track & Field: NJCAA National Champions (2014)
  • Men's Track & Field: NJCAA National Champions (2015)
  • 71 All-Americans

Athletic Accomplishments and Honors:

  • New York State Class C/D steeplechase champion
  • 11-time letterwinner at Virginia Tech & University of Delaware
  • Fourth all-time in steeplechase at University of Delaware

Prior to SUNY Delhi: 
Coach Munro spent eleven years teaching at Bainbridge-Guilford Middle/High School in Bainbridge, NY.  While there he coached primarily the BGA Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field Teams, but also coached athletes in Harpursville and Greene. Athletes under Munro's guidance:

- Established eight NYSPHSAA Section IV Records
- Earned NYSPHSAA or NYS Federation medals 57 times
- Qualified for a National Championship 27 times
- Earned 5 All-American Honors (1 XC, 2 Indoor, 2 Outdoor)
- Won one Northeast Regional Cross Country Championship (2010)
- Set one New York State Record in the 2,000 meters (US#2AT)

From 2005-2012, Munro's teams have won:

- Seven boy's conference titles
- Six boy's conference relay titles 
- Six girl's conference titles
- Seven girl's conference relay titles
- Two sectional team titles (girls-2007, boys 2010)

Robb Munro is in his seventh year as the head of the cross country and track and field programs. Under Munro, the program has won four National Championships (2014 NJCAA Women's Track and Field, 2015 NJCAA Men's Track and Field, 2016 and 2017 USCAA Men's Cross Country). The men and women have also combined for two national runner-up finishes (2014 NJCAA Men's Track and Field, 2015 NJCAA Women's Track and Field), four third place finishes and two sixth place finishes nationally in cross country, two regional titles, and four conference titles.  In total, Munro has produced 71 All-Americans at the NJCAA, USCAA and NAIA levels, 17 individual National Champions in cross country and track and field, and 27 school records in track and field have been broken.

In 2014, the women's track and field team won the NJCAA National Title in women's track and field for the second time in program history. In an incredible team performance, the women managed to score 135.5 points to win the team title by a half of a point.  In the same year, the men's team recorded their runner-up finish, only seven points off the lead.

One year later would be a different story. The women scored 136 points, but came up just short of the win with a runner-up finish.  There would be no such close call for the men.  After losing the year before by seven points, the Broncos were out for redemption and what they did may be the greatest performance in NJCAA Division III history.  The men piled up 217 points to dominate the field by 119 points over second place.  En route to the title the men won eight events and established three NJCAA national meet records.

In the 2015-2016 school year, SUNY Delhi left the NJCAA to provide students with four-year atheltic opportunities. In that year, the men placed third at the USCAA Cross Country National Championships and won the USCAA National Track and Field Invitational, while the women placed fourth in the track and field meet.  One year later the teams would begin rising to the new level.  The 2016 men's Cross Country team won the school's first four year National Championship with the upset victory in cross country.  In that same meet the women placed a surprising sixth place in the nation.  To finish off the year, both the men and women dominated the USCAA Track and Field National Invitational, winning by over 100 points each!

If the 2016 cross country title was an upset, the 2017 edition was anything but. With the men running excellent all year and breaking school records for five man average, the expectations were high going into the national meet. The men responded with a dominant win placing 1, 2, 3, 4, 13, easily repeating as National Champions.  The women, on the other hand had lost all but two people from the team a year before and rose to a second straight sixth place finish.

In the winter of 2018, the track and field programs competed in the NAIA to provide a championship opporunity for the track and field season. In their first year, the team qualified three athletes and finished with three top-12 finishes and one All-American 


Munro lives in Delhi, N.Y. with his wife Stephanie, their sons Liam, Finley and Avery, and his dog Marcy.

Lucy Ford
Lucy Ford
Title: Cross Country/Track & Field Assistant Coach
Email: fordlm@delhi.edu
Hometown: Cooperstown, NY
Previous College: SUNY Oneonta '18

Lucy Ford is in her first season as the SUNY Delhi cross country and track and field assistant coach for the 2018-19 season. The Cooperstown native comes to Delhi after a stellar career at SUNY Oneonta, where she was a two-time SUNYAC champion in track and field, as well as running cross country.

As a SUNY Oneonta Red Dragon, Ford won the 2016 SUNYAC title in the high jump and the 2017 SUNYAC title in the Heptathlon. Her resume boasts personal bests of 1.69m (5'6.5") in the high jump and 4103 points in the heptathlon. Ford attended Cooperstown High School where she won the 2013 New York State Division II Championship in the high jump. While bringing a knowledge of numerous event areas to the Broncos from her years as a multi-athlete to the program, Ford is set to work on her Master's Degree in Sports Management at SUNY Cortland.