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Monday August 19, 2013

Monday August 19, 2013

Mississippi State: Mississippi State University Strength & Conditioning Department is accepting applications for the position of Strength and Conditioning Volunteer Intern for both Football and Olympic Sports for the Spring 2014 semester. The successful candidate will be required to schedule and maintain a minimum of 40 hours per week with the Strength & Conditioning Department. The program is designed for undergraduate students and the post bachelor professional looking for experience. The daily responsibilities will include: Assisting with supervision of strength training programs; Attending to the daily maintenance of the training facilities; Participation in weekly projects and assignments throughout the internship program. Compensation: Division 1 experience with earned recommendation for future career opportunities. No monetary compensation will be provided. Qualifications: Must have a strong work-ethic and have a desire to become a strength and conditioning professional. Ideal candidates will have a bachelor’s degree and a certification from one of the following: NSCA, CSCS; CSCCA, SCCC; USAW. Inquiries must be received by: December 1st for the Spring semester If you are interested, send a letter of interest, resume, and three (3) professional references to: Mississippi State University Attn: Alicia Catlette, Asst Strength Coach PO Box 5327 Mississippi State, MS 39762 Or e-mail to If you have any questions or concerns, please call Alicia Catlette at 662-325-5463.

Tulsa: Samford strength and conditioning intern Claus Antunes has accepted a grad assistant position at Tulsa.

New Mexico: Scott Lucas has been hired as an assistant strength coach with the Lobos.

Campbell University: Andrew Crossely is now an assistant strength coach and will work primarily with the basketball program. 

Brown: Jake Roy has been hired as an assistant strength coach on the Brown Bears staff.

UNC-Charlotte: Jimmy Duba has been hired as the new director of strength and conditioning.

Arizona: Troy Ramsey has joined the Wildcats strength staff after spending the last season at Colorado.

Seattle University: Seattle University has an opening for a graduate assistant. The candidate will be responsible for assisting the coordinators of strength and conditioning in program design and implementation. Will assist coordinators in assigned sports and be head strength and conditioning coach for select teams. Graduate Assistant duties include but are not limited to: sport assignments; provide proper instruction for safe and effective lifting techniques and equipment usage; assist in the maintenance and daily upkeep of the Athletic Performance Center; and any other responsibilities assigned by supervisors. Candidate must adhere to all university, WAC, and NCAA Division I regulations. Candidate must also have a strong desire to work in collegiate strength and conditioning post-graduation. Yearly Stipend at $15,000 The Graduate Assistant Employment would begin as soon as admitted to schooling, and should have taken, or is planning to take the GRE. Candidates can apply to graduate program using this link, and can send their resume and cover letter to

The Richard Stockton College of NJ (D-III): Christian Allen has been hired as the new head strength and conditioning coach. Allen previously served as an intern strength assistant with the Philadelphia Eagles, the University of South Florida, and Villanova University.

Seattle University: Alex Keough and Wes Phillips have been hired as coordinators of strength and conditioning at Seattle University. Keough previously served as both an intern and a full time assistant at Seattle and interned at the Universities of Washington and Montana, and Phillips has interned with Stanford, the Seattle Storm, and has had a season job with the Miami Marlins of minor league baseball.