Artie Gulden
Artie  Gulden

Position:
Assistant Head Cross Country Coach/Distance


Artie Gulden, a former distance runner at Bucknell University, is in his first year as an assistant head cross country coach at Utah State. His main responsibility with the Aggies is working with the distance runners.

Gulden comes to Utah State after spending the previous two seasons at Idaho State, where he worked with the Bengals’ distance runners.

During his time at Idaho State, Gulden coached Kylie Hutchison, who earned all-Big Sky Conference and all-Mountain Region honors last season. He also coached Kylie’s younger sister, Presli, who qualified for the USATF Junior Championships in the 5,000 meters.

Prior to joining the staff at Idaho State, Gulden coached at Highland High School in Pocatello, Idaho, during the 2012-13 season. He also coached at the Montgomery Academy in Montgomery, Ala., during the 2005-06 and 2006-07 seasons.

Gulden is the son of legendary Bucknell cross country and track & field head coach Art Gulden, who coached the Bison for 31 years before passing away in the spring of 2001 due to complications related to his lengthy battle with cancer. Bucknell captured 68 conference titles under Art Gulden.

Gulden earned his bachelor’s degree from Bucknell in 2003. He then went on to earn a master’s degree in urban and historical geography from Wisconsin (2005) and a second master’s degree in business administration from BYU (2008).

Gulden, who is originally from Lewisburg, Pa., served a two-year LDS Church Mission to Utah, where he served three months on the campus of Utah State in 1999. He and his wife, Andrea, have one son, AJ (11), and two daughters, Allie (9) and Anna (6).

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