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RFA grad Cull named MVCC track and field head coach

Posted 8/19/22

Mohawk Valley Community College has appointed Durell Cull of Rome as track and field head coach/athletic specialist ...

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RFA grad Cull named MVCC track and field head coach

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Mohawk Valley Community College has appointed Durell Cull of Rome as track and field head coach/athletic specialist,

Cull will recruit and coach student-athletes for MVCC men’s and women’s track and field teams.

Cull, a Rome Free Academy graduate, enters the season with more than eight years of coaching experience with the Hawks. Many of the student-athletes he has worked with have gone on to four-year schools.

Under his leadership, the men’s team has had six NJCAA National champions, more than 25 All-Region Athletes, 15 Regional champions, and 16 All-Americans. The women’s team won the 2015 NJCAA National Championship and 2019 Region III Championship and has named 20 All-Region athletes, seven Regional champions and two All-Americans.

Cull, an MVCC alumnus, was a JUCO All-American in the 100-meter dash, Region III record holder and 60-meter dash champion. He also holds MVCC’s school records in 100-meter dash, 60-meter dash, indoor 200-meter dash and 4x100-meter relay. After MVCC, Cull continued his track career at NCAA Division I Liberty University, where he helped the Flames win an IC4A Conference Championship. He then transferred to SUNY Oneonta, where he was an All-American in the 55-meter dash after winning first place in said event at the SUNY Athletic Conference Championship.

Cull holds an associate’s degree in recreation and leisure services from MVCC and a bachelor’s degree in human ecology from SUNY Oneonta.

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