Kevin Kroboth joined the Baylor staff in January 2017. He serves as an athletics performance coach with the Baylor football program.
Kroboth came to Baylor after five seasons at his alma mater Temple working under the direction of Baylor director of athletic performance Jeremy Scott. His final two years (2015 and 2016) he served as assistant strength and conditioning coach after three years as a graduate assistant.
The Temple football letterman was a member of two bowl teams with the Owls and a member of the school's all-time winningest senior class. A 2011 third-team All-Mid-American Conference honoree at safety, Kroboth started all 13 games as a senior, one of only nine Owls to start every game. He finished the 2011 season second in tackling with 76 stops, a team-best seven break-ups, and three interceptions. Kroboth played in the 2011 Casino Del Sol All-Star Game following his senior season. He was named the team's 2008 Special Teams MVP as a true freshman.
Kroboth began his playing career at Nazareth (Pa.) High School, playing quarterback and safety for the Blue Eagles. The team captain finished his prep career with 692 rushing yards and six touchdowns. A two-time All-Lehigh Valley Conference selection, Kroboth played in the McDonald's All-Star Classic.
The Nazareth, Pa., native earned a both bachelors and master's degrees from Temple. He is married to the former Amber Corbo.