King Takes Reign Over Penn State DuBois Cross Country

7/15/2011 —

Ean King, of Reynoldsville, has been named the new head coach of Penn State DuBois' men's and women's cross country team.  King will begin coaching this summer, replacing former coach Jeremy Bochert, who led members of the team to the United States Collegiate Association's National Championship in Concord, New Hampshire last year. 

King attended Karns City High School where he earned all-state honors in both track and cross country.  He went on to Clarion University, where he earned his bachelor's degree in Education and was named All-Conference and All- East Region for cross country in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference.

King previously served as head track coach and assistant cross country coach at DuBois Central Catholic School.

"We are excited that Ean has joined the coaching staff at Penn State DuBois," said Athletic Coordinator Ken Nellis.  "We look forward to Ean working with our student-athletes and passing along his passion for the sport and his knowledge in cross country."

Also employed by Community Resources for Independence, a local in-home personal care agency, King lives in Reynoldsville with his children Morgan and Reese.

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