Head Coach Paul Bodnarchuk
Paul Bodnarchuk has been the head coach of the girls track and field program for 19 years. He earned a Bachelor of Science in physical education from Springfield College and a Master of Science in exercise physiology from the University of Pittsburgh. Bodnarchuk played soccer and baseball in high school and was selected as team captain of the soccer team his senior year. In college, he played football his freshman year, ran track his junior year and played soccer both his sophomore and junior years. He currently holds coaching certifications in the following areas:
- Level 1 Diploma - USA Track and Field
- Advanced National Diploma – National Soccer Coaches Association of America
- Level 1 Epee Coach – United States Fencing Association
- Successfully completed coaching principles course offered through the American Sport Education Program.
Under his guidance and with the hard work of his coaching staff and team members, virtually every track and field record has been rewritten during his tenure as head coach. In addition, at least one member of the girls' team has represented the school at the state meet on a consistent basis in recent years. As the head jumping coach for the track and field program, he has also helped three different athletes qualify and compete at the state track and field championships held at Shippensburg University; two in long jump and one in high jump.
Bodnarchuk also teaches health and physical education at SSA Middle School.