Defining Excellence And Shattering Stereotypes

On top of being named the first female Master Strength & Conditioning Coach (MSCC) by the Collegiate Strength & Conditioning Coaches Association (CSCCa) in the association’s history, Stacey Torman has also earned the distinction of being named the first female vice president of the CSCCa, a position she will hold for the next three years. Currently the director of athletic performance for olympic sports at the University of Alabama-Birmingham (UAB), Torman is a pioneer for women in the collegiate strength and conditioning field. But as far as she’s concerned, her gender has little to do with her accolades and achievements.

Ethan Reeve, Stacey Torman Elected To Lead CSCCa

Ethan Reeve, Assistant Director of Athletics, Sports Performance, at Wake Forest University, was recently elected to serve as President of the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches association (CSCCa) by the organization’s 14-member Board of Directors. Stacey Torman, Director of Strength & Conditioning for Olympic Sport at the University of Alabama-Birmingham, was elected as the organization’s Vice President.