Joey Batson, Director of Football Strength and Conditioning Coach at Clemson University, and Chris Doyle, Director of Strength and Conditioning Coach at the University of Iowa, were elected to serve as members of the Board of Directors of the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches association (CSCCa) at the organization’s 16th annual National Conference which was held May 4-6, 2016, at the Fort Worth Omni Hotel in Fort Worth, Texas.
Batson received the prestigious title of Master Strength & Conditioning Coach at the May 2009 MSCC Induction Ceremony and Doyle was inducted in May 2012.
Batson, a 31-year veteran in the field, and Doyle, a 26-year veteran have both had a tremendous impact on the profession, as well as on an innumerable number of student athletes who have had the privilege of training under their supervision.
“We are grateful to have Joey and Chris serving on the CSCCa Board of Directors,” said CSCCa Executive Director, Dr. Chuck Stiggins. “They both have a wealth of experience and knowledge that is of immense value to this organization and to the Board of Directors. They are a tremendous asset, and we are fortunate to have them as members of our association. We appreciate their willingness to serve in this capacity. They are examples of outstanding strength and conditioning professionals.”
Batson and Doyle fill the Board positions previously held by Jeff Madden and Pat Ivey. Jeff, an original Board Member since 2000, will continue to serve as a Special Advisor to the CSCCa Board of Directors. The CSCCa wants to congratulate Pat Ivey on his recent appointment as Assistant Vice Chancellor at the University of Missouri. Both Madden and Ivey have given a great deal of time and effort to serve the CSCCa and promote the strength and conditioning coaching profession. The CSCCa is grateful for all their contributions.
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