May 18, 2012

Bridgewater Grad Selected As New Strength & Conditioning Head Coach

Bridgewater College graduate Adam Craft (2005) will return to his alma mater this fall to assume the position of head strength and conditioning coach.

Craft graduated from Bridgewater with a bachelor of science degree in allied health science. Following graduation from BC, he attended Radford University where he received a bachelor of science degree in exercise and sports studies. Craft then received his master's of education degree in health promotions with a concentration in sport performance from Virginia Tech in 2009.

While at Radford, Craft worked as a volunteer graduate assistant with the strength and conditioning program. While pursuing his masters degree at Virginia Tech, he worked as a strength and conditioning grad assistant with a main responsibility of working with the Hokies men's soccer strength program.

Craft held internships at Winston-Salem State University and Ohio State University where he worked primarily with the football programs. 

Following his internship at Ohio State, Craft joined the staff at College of Charleston where he worked as the assistant director of sports performance. After a year at College of Charleston, he joined the athletic staff at Sacramento State as interim director of strength and conditioning.

This season, Craft has worked on the staff at Towson University as the director of basketball speed, strength and conditioning for both the men's and women's teams. Craft also worked with the men's and women's swimming teams at Towson.

Craft will join the Eagles athletic staff for the 2012-13 sports seasons.