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Director of Strength and Conditioning
Strength and Conditioning Specialist
Strength and Conditioning Specialist
Strength and Conditioning Coach

 


David Lang

David Lang


Director of Strength and Conditioning
david.lang@wsu.edu

Education:
M.S. - Austin Peay State University, 1995
B.S. - University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, 1994

Certifications:
-   National Strength and Conditioning Association - C.S.C.S.
-   Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association - S.C.C.C.
-   USA Weightlifting - Level 1 Club Coach

Professional Information and Awards:
-   Named 1995 Strength and Conditioning Professional of the Year, Ohio Valley Conference
-   Named 1998 Strength and Conditioning Professional of the Year, Patriot League
-   Nominated for National Strength and Conditioning Professional of the Year, 1995 & 1998

Coaching Experience:
2008-Present: Washington State University, Director of Strength and Conditioning
-   Oversee Cougar Mania Strength and Conditioning Complex, Head Strength and Conditioning Coach for Women's and Men's Basketball as well as Women's and Men's Golf

2001-2008: Washington State University, Associate Director of Physical Development
-   Head Strength and Conditioning Coach for Women's and Men's Basketball, 1st Assistant for Football
-   Worked with numerous All-Americans and NFL athletes, including 1st round pick Marcus Trufant, and Outland Trophy winner Rien Long

1998-2000: Washington State University, Assistant Strength Coach
-   Worked with all varsity sports

1996-1998: Colgate University, Director of Strength and Conditioning
-   Worked with 22 varsity sports
-   2nd Strength and Conditioning Coach in school history
-   Trained Adonal Foyle, the 8th overall pick of the NBA Draft in 1997

1995-1996: University of Illinois, Graduate Assistant Strength Coach
-   Worked with Men's and Women's Gymnastics, swimming
-   Assisted with Football and Men's Basketball
-   Trained Kevin Hardy and Simeon Rice, the 2nd and 3rd picks in the 1996 NFL Draft

1994-1995: Austin Peay State University, Head Strength Coach
-   Worked with all varsity sports

Competitive Experience:
-   University of Wisconsin - Whitewater Track and Field 1993
-   University of Wisconsin - Whitewater Football 1991-1993
-   1993 University of Wisconsin - Whitewater Football Team Captain
-   1993 WIAC Second team All-Conference - Football
-   1992 WIAC First Team All-Conference - Football
-   1992 All American Honorable Mention - Football

Hometown: Fort Atkinson, Wisc.
Wife: Brigitta
Children: Joseph Michael and Cameron James, Bennett, Alyssa and Timmon Friel

 


Kenny Matanane

Kenny Matanane


Strength and Conditioning Specialist
kmatanane@wsu.edu

Education:
M.S. Exercise Science - Central Washington University
B.S. Exercise Science & Business Administration - Central Washington University

Certifications:
-    National Strength and Conditioning Association - C.S.C.S.
-    USA Weightlifting

Coaching Experience:
2011-Present: Washington State University, Strength and Conditioning Specialist
-    Head Strength and Conditioning Coach for Baseball, Women's Soccer, Swimming, and Women's Crew
-   Assist Football Head Strength and Conditioning Coach

2010-2011: Pittsburgh Pirates - MiLB Affiliate West Virginia Power, Strength and Conditioning Coach
-    Implemented the Strength and Conditioning Program

2008-2010: Seattle Seahawks, Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach
-    Implemented the Strength and Conditioning Program

2007-2008: Washington State University, Intern/Interim Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach
-    Strength and Conditioning Coach for Men's and Women's Track, Women's Crew and assisted with Football
-    Assisted with Football and all other Varsity Sports

2005-2007: Central Washington University, Strength and Conditioning Graduate Assistant
-    Strength and Conditioning Coach for Football
-    Assisted with Football and all other Varsity Sports

Summer 2004: University of Washington, Sports Performance Summer Intern
-    Primarily assisted with Football along with Men's Basketball, and Women's Volleyball

Hometown: Bremerton, Wash.
Wife: Janette

 


Brigid Hamill

Brigid Hamill


Strength and Conditioning Specialist
brigid.hamill@wsu.edu

Education:
M.S. Exercise Physiology - University of Kentucky
B.S. Exercise Science and Health Promotion - University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh

Certifications:
-    National Strength and Conditioning Association - C.S.C.S.
-    Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association - S.C.C.C.

Professional Information and Awards:
-    USA Weightlifting, 2011 Senior Nationals Qualifier, 2010 & 2011 American Open Qualifier, 58kg Division
-    University of Kentucky Athletics - Bill Keightley Assist Award Recipient, 2010

Coaching Experience:
2012-Present: Washington State University, Strength and Conditioning Specialist
-    Head Strength and Conditioning Coach for Volleyball, Women's Tennis, and Novice Women's Rowing
-    Assist Track and Field Head Strength and Conditioning Coach
-    Assist Women's Rowing Head Strength and Conditioning Coach

2010-2012: Radford University, Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach
-    Head Strength and Conditioning Coach for Men's and Women's Soccer, Men's and Women's Track and Field, Field Hockey, Women's Swimming and Diving, Men's and Women's Golf, and Women's Tennis.
-    Assisted with Men's Basketball, Women's Basketball, Volleyball, Baseball, and Softball

2007-2010: University of Kentucky, Intern/Graduate Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach
-    Head Strength and Conditioning Coach for Men's and Women's Diving, Women's Cheer, Women's Tennis, Men's and Women's Cross Country, Men's and Women's Track and Field Jumpers
-    Assisted with Women's Volleyball, Women's Basketball, Men's and Women's Swimming, Men's and Women's Track and Field Sprinters, Softball, Men's and Women's Soccer, and Men's Cheer

2005-2006: University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, Student Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach
-    Assisted Head Strength Coach with Football and Men's and Women's Track and Field

Competitive Experience:
2003-2007 - University of Wisconsin Oshkosh -Varsity Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field, Pole Vault
-    Team Captain 2007
-    2006 and 2007 United States Track and Field and Cross Country Coach's Association Women's All-Academic Track and Field Team

 


Jamion Jordan Botch

Jamion Jordan Botch


Strength and Conditioning Coach
jbotch@wsu.edu

Education:
M.S. Health and Human Performance - Austin Peay State University
B.S. Kinesiology - Washington State University

Certifications:
-   National Strength and Conditioning Association - C.S.C.S.

Coaching Experience:
2013-Present: Washington State University, Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach
-   Assist with all aspects Track and Field, Rowing, and Women’s Golf
2012-2013: Western Oregon University – Professional Intern; Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach
-   Head Strength and Conditioning Coach for Track and Field as well as Softball
-   Lead assistant with Football, Women’s Basketball, and Baseball
2011-2012: Austin Peay State University, Graduate Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach
-   Head Strength and Conditioning Coach for Softball, Men’s & Women’s Golf, as well as Men’s and Women’s Tennis
2010-2011: Minnesota Twins, MiLB Strength and Conditioning Coach
-   Strength and Conditioning Coach for the Beloit Snappers, a MiLB affiliate of the Minnesota Twins
2009-2010: University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, Strength and Conditioning Assistant
-   Lead assistant with Football and all other 19 Varsity Sports
2007-2009: Washington State University, Student Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach
-   Assisted the Strength and Conditioning Department with various sport assignments and developmental tasks

Hometown: Renton, Wash.

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