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Friday January 13, 2012

Seattle University: Seattle University Strength & Conditioning is accepting internship applications for the 2012 spring quarter. Applicants must be highly motivated, organized, have good communication skills, and have a strong desire to pursue a career as a strength and conditioning coach. Interns assist the strength & conditioning staff with the implementation of all lifting and conditioning programs for each of the 14 sports. This is a non paid position but interns will have the opportunity to gain credit towards graduation, if applicable, as well as professional experience in the field of strength & conditioning. Previous experience with program design in a collegiate strength and conditioning program and CSCS, SCCC, or USAW certification is preferred but not required. Candidates should email a cover letter, resume, and three references by February 3, 2012 to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

San Diego State: Former Texas A&M assistant strength coach Joey Boese has been named head strength coach at SDSU. 

Kennesaw State: We hear the head job is coming open. 

Arizona State: We hear former Fresno State head strength coach Todd Vandermade will join the staff at ASU as Assistant head coach for strength performance. 

Thursday January 12, 2012

Washington State: We hear that Chris Dawson may be on his way to join Leach's staff in a strength and conditioning capacity.

Arizona State: Shawn Griswold has taken the head strength position at ASU.

NC State: We hear that former Arizona strength coach Corey Edmond will take the strength position at NC State.

Elon: We hear that Rhode Island head strength coach Mike Sirignano has accepted the head strength job at Elon.

UCLA: Sal Alosi has been named the head strength coach.

South Dakota State (FCS): This full-time, 12 month, assistant strength and conditioning coach will assist the Assistant Athletic Director for Strength and Conditioning with training for twenty-one NCAA Division I intercollegiate sports. Responsibilities include, but not limited to, assisting the Assistant Athletic Director for Strength and Conditioning with development, administration, implementation, scheduling and supervision of facilities and programs for assigned varsity sports. Earned Bachelor’s degree; minimum of one year collegiate strength and conditioning experience; strength and conditioning coach certified (SCCC) by the Collegiate, Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association OR Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) from the National Strength and Conditioning Association; CPR certified; ability to work productively with coaches, staff and student-athletes; experience supervising and directing student-athletes and other personnel; experience working with female and male student-athletes; and ability to work independently. Deadline: Until filled; applications will begin to be reviewed January 30, 2012. To apply, visit the online employment site at is https://yourfuture.sdbor.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=55818. Please contact SDSU Human Resources at 605/688-4128 for assistance or additional information. For position information contact Brock Thompson, Search Chair, at 605-688-5522 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Kansas: Josh Eidson and Juney Barnett have joined the strength staff. Eidson has spent nine seasons at the Indiana University, while Barnett spent the past six seasons in the NFL with the Minnesota Vikings

Wednesday January 11, 2012

Michigan: We hear that Lew Caralla has been hired as an assistant strength coach at Michigan. Caralla spent last season as an assistant strength coach at Mississippi State.

Friday January 6, 2012

FAU: Strength coach Brian Remington has resigned to take a position in the corporate world.

Thursday January 5, 2012

Florida: We hear Texas assistant strength coach Jesse Ackerman will join Florida's strength staff in a similar capacity. 

Hampton: See below...Hampton called and said that they aren't currently taking applications. 

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