Kevin Krogol was named head coach of the men's golf program for Morrisville State during the summer of 2013 and returns for a fourth season in 2016-17.
Krogol guided the Mustangs to a third overall place outing at the North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) Championships, having a program best two earn All-Conference recognition. Under his direction, Morrisville State has had several team members earn academic recognition, including five NEAC Scholar-Athlete selections in 2015-16.
In just its second season of competition as an intercollegiate team at Morrisville State, Krogol again guided the Mustangs to a fifth place overall finish at the NEAC Championships, with top golfer Darren Young repeating All-Conference honors following his sixth overall place finish at the conference championships. Krogol also coached Young to an individual medalist honor at the Rutgers-Camden Invitational in April.
The inaugural 2013-14 season, Krogol guided the Mustangs to two individual match wins, while having several others complete the year with top 20 invitational finishes. The Mustangs finished fifth overall in their first ever outing at the North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) Championships, with Krogol guiding top golfer, Darren Young, to a 15th place overall finish to earn the college's first All-Conference recognition.
Krogol is no stranger to Morrisville State, as he currently serves as the head coach of the men's ice hockey program, spending the previous five seasons as an assistant coach. In the 2012-13 season he served as the interim head coach before being named head coach in the spring of 2013.
As interim head coach, he guided Morrisville State hockey to an overall 4-19-2 record, 4-12 record within State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUNYAC) play, where four earned SUNYAC Players of the Week recognition, and one all-conference accolades.
Aside from coaching, Krogol also spearheaded several charity events and community service initiatives with the program, including awareness and fundraising campaigns for Autism Awareness and Special Olympics.
Krogol played college hockey for ECAC West power Utica College as a forward from 2003 – 2007, serving as captain his senior season. In 78 games, he tallied 19 goals and 12 assists, as Utica made appearances in the ECAC West play-offs each season. In 2005 they captured the ECAC West regular season championship title.
He earned his bachelors degree in management and marketing from Utica in 2007.
He continues to be active in the community, serving as an instructor for various hockey clinics throughout the area, including the Blue Line Hockey School. He previously served as an instructor for the Heenan Hockey Schools in Utica, and was an assistant coach in 2010 for the Empire State Games.