CSCCa Master of Strength and Conditioning Coaches (MSCC) explain the importance of camaraderie, information sharing and connectedness to a profession seeking to serve student-athletes in the safest possible ways while pushing them to meet the challenges presented through sport.
Thanks to the following CSCCa certified members and masters coaches for their participation in this project:
- David Bass, MSCC, Director of Sports Performance, Wake Forest University
- Rod Cole, MSCC, Assistant Athletic Director for Athletic Performance, Tarleton State University
- Lanie Deppe, MSCC, Performance Coach, Future
- Michelle Diltz, MSCC, Associate Director of Performance, Olympic Sports, University of Alabama
- Stephanie Sharpe, MSCC, Assistant Director for Athletic Performance, Tarleton State University
- Evan Simon, MSCC, Director of Sports Performance, Davidson College
- Mark Uptegraff, SCCC, Head Strength & Conditioning Coach, Wittenberg University
- Greg Werner, MSCC, Assistant Athletics Director, Strength & Conditioning – S&C Coach for Women’s Basketball, Virginia Tech
For more information on the CSCCa, visit https://www.cscca.org.
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