Anthony Tomsich is in his fourth season as an assistant coach in 2016-17 and fifth overall after serving as an graduate assistant for two seasons with the cross country and track & field teams.
Since joining UAA cross country as an assistant coach in 2013, Tomsich has helped secure 14 All-America certificates and five GNAC individual titles. In indoor and outdoor track & field, Tomsich has been on scene for three NCAA individual crowns and 42 All-America performances.
In 2014, Tomsich was recognized by the U.S. Track & Field Cross Country Coaches Association as the West Region’s Men’s Assistant Coach of the Year.
Tomsich is a former runner from GNAC foe Western Washington University and grew up in Fairbanks, attending West Valley High.
While with the Vikings, Tomsich was named the GNAC 2006-07 Male Athlete of the Year and earned All-America honors in the 1,500 meters at the NCAA Div. II Outdoor Championships in 2007. He also posted a career-best time of 3:48.72 – third-best in school history. Tomsich also won that event at the GNAC Championships in a league- and meet-record time of 3:50.25.
|Alma Mater:||Western Washington (2012)|