Krysten Sebby Named Murray High School Track Team Coach.
Krysten Sebby joined Murray High School Track and Field in spring 2017, as a volunteer, coaching for the past two years. The 2020 season will be her first year taking over as Head Coach for both the Boys and Girls Programs. A native from Yorkville, Ill., Sebby competed in Cross Country and Track and Field during her high school career. She continued her running career at Lewis University in Romeoville, Ill., where she was a part of multiple team Conference Championships for the Great Lakes Valley Conference (GLVC), along with achieving multiple individual titles in the 800-Meter Run. While there, she also was fortunate enough to experience the Big Stage, NCAA's, for Cross Country, Indoor, and Outdoor Track and Field. After her career at Lewis University, she served as an assistant coach at Murray State University from 2014-2016. During her MSU tenure, Sebby helped numerous athletes reach personal bests, and OVC Titles and Honors in Cross Country, and Track and Field. After graduating from MSU, she then spent a year in Minnesota at a smaller Division II school, Southwest Minnesota State University.
Murray High School Athletic Director Ann Greenfield congratulates Sebby as she begins her coaching position with the MHS Track Team. “Murray High is fortunate to have an experienced and energetic coach for our track program. I have no doubts she will continue to positively lead the track program and lead our student-athletes to another successful season.”
“We look forward to Coach Sebby working with our student athletes to prepare them to compete for Murray High. We have high expectations as we grow and improve our track program”, added Principal Tony Jarvis.