|Sport:||Cross Country/Track and Field|
Maggie Keyes-Kraft came to Cal Poly in 1976 and graduated with a
Bachelor of Arts Degree in Liberal Arts in 1980 and received her
master's Degree in 1982.
Maggie was an outstanding cross country and distance runner. She was a co-record holder in the indoor 1500 meters in the Millrose Games. In outdoor competition, she was ranked in the top 10 in the 1500 meters in the United States from 1979-1985, in the 3000 meters from 1981-1984, and in the 5000 meters from 1982-83. In 1980, she was the Association of Intercollegiate Athletics for Women 1500 meter champion. Maggie Keyes-Kraft was a world-class competitor and represented the United States in international competitions in Japan, Canada, Russia, East Germany and was a member of the World University Games in 1981.
Maggie lives in Arizona and is an elementary school teacher. Her husband, Cal Poly alumnus Greg Kraft is the head coach of track and field at Arizona State University. They have two sons.