|Title:||Assistant Coach - Men's and Women's Cross Country|
Janelle Humphrey enters her second year as assistant coach for the UMPI Owl’s cross country running teams.
From 2005-2007, Humphrey competed for the Caribou High School cross country and track and field teams. While competing, she placed third in her first cross-country race at the Ellsworth Invitational. Her time of17:23 (2.75 miles), helped her team finish 1st overall. At the Fort Kent Invitational in 2005, Humphrey tied for 1st place, finishing alongside her teammate and a time of 17.02 (2.5 miles). Humphrey finished first in the 2005 Presque Isle Invitational 5k, with a time of 20:39. She set the course record for the Caribou High School Alumni/Community X-C Run, with a time of 17:30 (2.75 mile course). She competed in the 2005 Festival of Champions with a time of 20:40, earning a 19th place finish. Humphrey finished 11th in the 2005 Penobscot Valley Conference Championship meet, with a 5k time of 21:31.
During her career, Humphrey set personal best performances of 12:10.70 in 3200 meter run (Orono, Maine; Outdoor Track and Field; 2005), 19:49 in the 5k run (Caribou, Maine; S.W. Collins Road Race; 2005). Humphrey received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Management from the University of Maine at Presque Isle in 2012.
As an alumna, she is completely dedicated to the success of the student-athletes and the cross-country teams. Humphrey states, "I am humbled to be part of this programs future and I'm excited to work with the talented student-athletes, helping them reach their full potential.”