Isaac Korb joined the Case Western Reserve cross country coaching staff for the 2019 season.
During his first year with the team, Korb's efforts helped the men's team place 24th at nationals, as the squad qualified for the meet in back-to-back years for the first time since the 1970's. Trey Razanauskas, Robert St. Clair and Yoshmar Pinal-Alfaro each earned all-region honors, while for the women, Madeline Lindemann earned all-region honors and made the NCAA Championships for the second-straight year.
Korb was a top competitor for Cleveland Heights High School, before retiring from track and field to pursue a career in a career in podiatry. He has studied the pathophysiology and anatomy of the lower extremities, with a special focus on the foot and ankle, and is trained in gait analysis.
Korb has received the CPM Leadership Award, granted by the Ohio Podiatric Medicine Student Association, and serves as the Vice President of the American Podiatric Student Veterans Association. He also worked as a medical volunteer at Ultra Marathons.
Korb is currently attending the Kent State University College of Podiatric Medicine, and is scheduled to graduate in 2022.