Craig Stout is currently in his first year at UW-Platteville, working with the cross country and track and field programs. He is a native to Doylestown, Ohio and a graduate of Clarke University. Being a former student-athlete in cross country as well as track and field, Stout specializes in the distance events.
Stout holds Clarke University's indoor 3,000m, indoor 5,000m, outdoor 5,000m, and outdoor 10,000m school record. He was also All-Conference in the indoor 5,000m run. Stout was named Clarke Universtiy's cross country and track and field's most valuable runner and most supportive runner. He was named NAIA Scholar Athlete, Academic All-Conference, and served as team captain for two years. Stout graduated in May from Clarke Universtiy with a degree in history and philosophy.
In addition to his coaching role at UW-Platteville, Stout works in the Office of Admissions as an admission advisor.