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Wednesday July 10, 2013

Wednesday July 10, 2013

Kennesaw State: Jeremy Gough, a member of the US Olympic Committe, has accepted the head strength and conditioning position.

Texas: The Longhorns have hired Denton Guyer strength and conditioning coach Bryan Kegans to an assistant strength position according to Adam Boedeker of the Denton Record-Chronicle.

Albright College (D-III - PA): Albright College (Reading, PA) is seeking a highly motivated individual for the position of Strength & Conditioning Intern Coach to begin as soon as possible. Qualifications: BS degree in Exercise Science or related field required. Certification in CPR and First Aid required. Candidates with CSCS will be given preference. Duties: Work closely with the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach in developing intercollegiate athletes from 23 sports to reach their full athletic potential. Other duties include: designing specific S&C programs for each sport, setting workout schedules, implementing workouts, coaching athletes on proper technique, reporting testing results and other duties as assigned by the Head Strength & Conditioning Coach and the Athletic Director. Compensation: This intern position includes a $3,500 annual stipend paid over a ten month contract, free off campus housing, shared with two other coaches, each in own room), free utilities, and free meal plan in campus dining hall. A tuition waiver for Masters level classes in Education is also included. No health insurance or retirement benefits are included with this position. There is a firm one year commitment (August-May) required with this position. How to apply: Email resume and cover letter along with the names and phone numbers of three professional references to athletic director Rick Ferry at

West Alabama (D-II): Former Charleston Southern assistant director of strength and conditioning Chris McCormick has been named head strength and conditioning coach at the University of West Alabama.