Kyle Dickinson is entering his third season at Penn State Harrisburg.
During his two years with the track & field program, he's overseen seven NCAA Division III Indoor and Outdoor Track & Field qualifiers, including 2018 USTFCCCA All-American Sarah Lehman and 2019 All-American Rae Rae Taylor. Lehman finished fifth in the triple jump at the NCAA Outdoor Championships in 2018 and Taylor earned a seventh-place finish in the heptathlon at the NCAA Outdoor Championships in the spring of 2019. Under his tutelage, Taylor, Lehman and Alex White combined for seven trips to NCAA Championship events.
Prior to coming to Middletown, Kyle spent three seasons at Shippensburg University. While at Shippensburg, Kyle was responsible for Jumps, helping athletes rewrite the record books and become PSAC Champions and All-Americans.
In 2017, Shippensburg claimed their 9th consecutive Men’s Outdoor PSAC Championship and 8th consecutive Women’s Championship.
From 2015-2017, Kyle has coached 4 All-Americans, including 6-time All-Americans Sarah Hunt and LeQuan Chapman in both the High Jump and Triple Jump.
Kyle helped athletes break 6 school records, including all of the horizontal jumping events.
During his time, Shippensburg won numerous PSAC individual titles, and sent over 50 athletes to the NCAA DII Indoor and Outdoor Championships.
Kyle was also an athlete at Shippensburg from 2010-2014. Kyle saw great success in the High and Triple jump. He was a 9-time PSAC place winner, with a career high 3rd in the Triple jump during his senior season. His mark in the Triple Jump ranked him in the top 40 nationally.
Shippensburg won the Men’s PSAC Indoor and Outdoor Championships in each of the seasons Kyle was on staff or an athlete. At Shippensburg, Kyle majored in Criminal Justice.
Kyle has a Level 1 USATF coaching certification for Track and Field.