Hometown: Dickson City, PA
Years Running: 15+
Marathons Completed: 3+
Kevin Borrelli joins Team Leckey as an accomplished athlete and coach. He will be running as a representative for Major Sponsors, FNCB. He is looking forward to the competitive challenge of the New York City Marathon and the opportunity to help the cause.
Kevin earned a B.S. in Elementary Education from Duquesne in 2006 and a Masters in Instructional Technology from Wilkes University. He currently teaches 9th grade algebra at Pocono Mountain West Junior High School. In the fall, he will be teaching 6th grade at the Clear Run Intermediate School.
For the past four years, he has been coaching running at Marywood University. As Head Coach of the Marywood Pacers, he has lifted both the women’s and men’s programs to arguably their best seasons ever and is looking to improve upon those accomplishments in his fifth season with the Pacers.
Kevin started running at a young age and was a standout local runner at Mid Valley where he won three district titles, three state medals, and earned the title of Lackawanna County runner of the year in 2000 and 2001. While at Duquesne University, he earned Atlantic 10 All-Conference honors five times while participating in cross country and indoor and outdoor track and was also named to the IC4A All East Team twice. In 2005, Borrelli helped led the Dukes to there first ever Atlantic 10 Conference Team Championship.
Kevin continues to run competitively and win many local road races including: two time Wilkes Barre Triple Crown winner, Lehigh Valley Half Marathon, and Back-to-Back wins in the Steamtown Marathon. Other notable finishes have been two top 15 finishes at Broad Street 10 miler in Philadelphia, two top 7 (diamond winner) at the Run for the Diamonds, and top 30 finishes at the Boilermaker 15k and New Haven 20k (US National championships). Top times include 15k in 48:02, 20k in 1:04:15, Half-Marathon in 1:08:49, Marathon in 2:22:42. He has recently completed 3 half marathons and achieved 2nd place in both Lehigh and Binghamton, and won the Virginia Wine Country Half Marathon.