Mustangs News · North Oldham Welcomes New Girls Track & Field Head Coach


North Oldham is proud to announce Patti Hupp as the new girls track and field head coach. She will be replacing Brian Crumbo who stepped in to take over this past year. Coach Hupp comes to North Oldham with over 25 years of experience in the sport of Track and Field as an athlete and coach.  She has over 10 years Head Coaching experience at the high school and club level, where she has coached multiple athlete in various events at the state and national level.  Her certifications include USATF Level 2 in Sprints/Hurdles/Relays, USATF Level 2 in Jumps, and USATF Level 2 in Multi-Events, as well as USTFCCCA technical certifications and USATF Level 3 Credit in Cross Country.

Beyond that she has been married to her husband Steve for 21 years and has 3 children, Luke, 19, who is attending University of the Cumberlands, Emma, 17, a senior and Mary 14, a freshman, all of whom are track and field athletes at their prospective schools.  Along with her passion for the sport of track and field, Patti is passionate about coaching the whole athlete, believing in teaching student-athletes to have a championship mindset on the track, at school, at home and in life.

Patti also has a B.S. in Elementary Education and Masters in Education from Indiana Wesleyan University, where she was also a four year scholarship athlete in Track and Field and Cross Country.