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Strength Scoop - Tuesday January 7, 2020

Tuesday January 7, 2020


Memphis: Ryan Silverfield has announced that Noah Franklin, who has been with the program for seven seasons, has been promoted to director of athletic performance.

New Hampshire: The University of New Hampshire’s Strength & Conditioning Department is now accepting applications for an Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach – SCCC Candidate. The selected candidate will begin June 1, 2020 and conclude after Collegiate Strength & Conditioning Coaches Association (CSCCa) National Conference May 8, 2021. The position requires a minimum of 30 hours per week to obtain the practicum hourly requirements needed for the Strength & Conditioning Coach Certified (SCCC) from the CSCCa by approved mentors, Paul Chapman and John Ciani. Financial compensation for the position is $1000 per month, CSCCa membership and National CSCCa Conference fees, Travel and Hotel accommodations to National CSCCa conference and SCCC testing fees. The primary responsibilities of the position will be to assist with Football, create, organize and implement strength and conditioning programs for M/W Track and Field and the Wildcat Workout Project (WWP). Secondary responsibilities will include assisting the full – time staff with the supervision and execution of the training program for various sports, attending to daily maintenance of the training facility and administrative tasks. This is an entry level position, if you currently have a Master’s degree and/or your SCCC, please do not apply. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree required in an Exercise Science related field, Prior Internship in the collegiate setting. CSCS and CPR/AED/First Aid, with USAW preferred. * Applicants must be an energetic, enthusiastic and a self-starter who is highly motivated to push athletes to excel. The application deadline for the position is February 28, 2020. To apply, please email a cover letter, resume with three professional references to Paul Chapman, Director of Strength & Conditioning, at

Boston College: Phil Matusz, Ohio State associate director of strength and conditioning since 2017, has joined the BC staff as head strength and conditioning coach.