Stephen LoBianco
Stephen LoBianco
Title: Head Track & Field Coach
Phone: 717-815-1948
Email: slobianc@ycp.edu

Stephen LoBianco was named the York College head cross country and track & field coach on August 19, 2013. He replaced Erick Camodeca who took a job at Division I Loyola University. LoBianco served three years on Coach Camodeca's staff before stepping into the head role of the Spartan program.

LoBianco's 2010 inaugural season with the Spartan track and field team, he predominantly worked with the distance squad, where success was had with Mandy Parshall’s individual title in the 5k, as well as Tim Hartung’s individual title in the 10k. That year also marked the first time since 1992 that the Men’s Track & Field team earned a CAC Championship. This was also followed by an NCAA Track & Field All-American 8th place effort by Ben Edwards in the 400m hurdles.

During year two, it was the first season of indoor track & field that a CAC Championship was held. LoBianco helped mentor many of the mid-distance and distance athletes to points earning conference finishes and school records. This year was also marked by the success of Jasmine Smith, as she qualified for NCAA Track & Field Nationals in the long jump.

As year three progressed, LoBianco saw the mid-distance and distance squads become a strong force within the conference, with them once again securing multiple individual champions in events such as the Men’s and Women’s 5k and mile indoor and the Men’s and Women’s 5k and 10k outdoor. LoBianco also coached Hartung to his first NCAA Track & Field Nationals appearance as he qualified in the 5k and 10k. Hartung was able to secure NCAA All-American status in the 10k with a 7th place finish on his way to a school record. 2013 also saw Phil Cavaluchi qualify for NCAA Track & Field Nationals in the long jump, where he had a phenomenal finish of 9th place.

As an undergrad at Shippensburg University, he was a four-year varsity athlete in cross country and track & field. LoBianco is a 2007 graduate of Shippensburg University with a BS in Business Administration.  

After college he continues to run and train for local road races and track meets. He recently completed his first marathon in 2:35.05.

Updated: 1/13/14

Brandon Fugett
Brandon Fugett
Title: Asst. Track & Field Coach

Brandon Fugett begins his first season as an assistant coach for the York College track and field team. Fugett brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to the program and will be working with the Spartan throwers.

Fugett is currently the head personal trainer at Baltimore Fitness in Owings Mills, Md. Previously, Fugett was the assistant Track and Field Coach, as well as the Strength and Conditioning coach at Salisbury University. His other experience includes being the head throws coach at Owings Mills Track and Field Club.

Fugett graduated with his bachelor’s degree in exercise science from Salisbury University in 2009. While at Salisbury, Fugett was a two-time NCAA Division III Shot Put Champion. He was awarded the Midwest Athlete of the Year 2008-10 Indoor and Outdoor Events. Fugett also was named an Academic All-American in 2010, was a four-time All-American in shot put and a Capital Athletic Conference Champion four years in a row. Fugett also received his master’s degree in applied health physiology from Salisbury in 2011.

Updated 4/8/2013

Brian McAuliffe
Brian McAuliffe
Title: Asst. Track & Field Coach

Brian McAuliffe begins his fifth season on York's track & field staff as he is primarily responsible for the Spartan pole-vaulters. McAuliffe has experienced excellent success as a track & field mentor, as he has coached ten high school state champions and over 60 state medal winners. McAuliffe has led the Spartans to two CAC pole vault titles and a second-place finish during his time with the Green and White and will look to continue that success this season.

Leander Toney
Leander Toney
Title: Asst. Track & Field Coach

Leander Toney enters into his first season as an assistant coach with the York College track and field team.

Toney’s experience will greatly benefit the Spartan program. He will be working primarily with the jumpers.

Toney began as a collegiate athlete at Shippensburg University for the 2007-08 season. He was the 2008 USTFCCCCA East Region Outdoor Field Athlete of the Year. Toney holds the current outdoor school record for high jump at Shippensburg with a height of 2.18 meters. In the spring of 2009, Toney transferred to IUP. While at IUP, Toney was an NCAA Outdoor and Indoor Division II Track and Field All-American. He was also the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference Outdoor High Jump Champion for three seasons. Toney currently holds the outdoor high jump record at IUP as well, which stands at 2.18 meters. Toney headed out to the University of Central Missouri for graduate school and his final year of eligibility. At Central Missouri, he was the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association outdoor and indoor high jump champion.

Updated 4/8/2013

Keith Ogden
Keith Ogden
Title: Asst. Track and Field Coach

Keith Ogden is in his first season as an assistant coach with the York College track and field program. Ogden will be working primarily with the sprinters.

Already in his first indoor season with the Green and White, Ogden helped guide the men’s sprinters to new school records in the 4x200 relay, 4x400 relay, 200m and 500m 

As a collegiate athlete at Millersville University, Ogden competed in all sprinting events, both indoor and outdoor. He was an NCAA provisional qualifier in 2011 and 2012 and was selected to the Division II All-Atlantic Region Team in 2011 for the 400m hurdles. Ogden was part of four relay teams that set school records at Millersville that included the indoor 4x200 and 4x400 meter relays, in addition to the outdoor 4x200 and 4x100 meter relays. He also set the school record for the indoor 200m at a time of 22.50.

Before arriving at York, Ogden had a brief coaching stint at Abington Senior High School where he his primary role was coaching the girl’s sprints and hurdles.

Ogden graduated from Millersville University with a bachelor’s degree in graphic communication with a minor in athletic coaching. 



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