Pat Ebel - Auburn

Patrick Ebel has spent the previous six seasons at Auburn, directing the throws program to one of the best eras in school history. Ebel has coached four Southeastern Conference Champions, one NCAA runner-up, eight school record holders, 15 All-Americans and 25 NCAA qualifiers.
 
This past season, the Auburn women swept the short throws at the SEC Outdoor Championships, marking the first time a school has accomplished the feat, men or women, at the conference meet. Ashley Carter (javelin), Maura Huwalt (discus) and Madi Malone (hammer) each won their first SEC title en route to the sweep. Ebel also coached Kylee Carter to an SEC title at the 2019 outdoor championships. That same season, Carter was the NCAA Outdoor runner up in the event.
 
Malone has four Auburn school marks under Ebel while earning six All-America honors and as a freshman was named SEC Indoor Field Freshman of the Year. Ashley and Kylee Carter earned multiple javelin All-America honors outdoors as Ebel has had eight garner national honors combined during the last four NCAA Outdoor Championships.
 
Prior to Auburn, Ebel had 18 years of collegiate experience, most recently with Penn State from 2013-16. At Penn State, Ebel coached 18 All-America selections, including 2016 United States Olympian and 2015 Big Ten Outdoor Athlete of the Year Darrell Hill.
 
In 2015, Ebel guided athletes to one Penn State record, two- Mid-Atlantic Field Athlete of the Year honors and six All-American finishes at the NCAA Track and Field Championships.
 
Prior to Penn State, Ebel spent 11 seasons as an assistant coach at the Wisconsin-Oshkosh. During his time at UW-Oshkosh, Ebel developed 53 All-America selections and guided athletes to 36 Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference titles. In 2011, Ebel was named National Indoor Coach of the Year by the U.S. Track and Field Cross Country Coaches Association.