Stephen F. Austin Track Coach Ends Collegiate Career
NACOGDOCHES, Texas (AP) _ Glen Sefcik resigned as Stephen F. Austin track coach Thursday after more than a decade at SFA.
Sefcik will become executive director of the Florida Association of USA Track and Field after his resignation takes effect Dec. 31.
``I’ve enjoyed SFA,″ Sefcik said. ``I appreciate the community and university support of track and field. The program has grown because of that support and the future is bright for the team.″
During his tenure at SFA, Sefcik coached seven Division I All-Americans and led his teams to more than 62 indoor and outdoor track and field records.
In 1985, Sefcik was named Gulf Star Conference Coach of the Year after his Lumberjacks were crowned with conference titles in 1984 and 1985.
Sefcik has spent his summers coaching decathletes at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs and has served as national chairman of The Coaches Education Committee. Sefcik has also been a games committee member of the Texas Relays.