Assistant, Strength & Conditioning
Experience: 13th Year
Hometown: Nashville, TN
College: Belmont University, '98
Graduate Degree: Belmont University, '02
Professional Certifications:CSCS, HKC, USAW Club Coach, TRX II, CPR, First Aid
Years in Coaching: 19
Team Responsibilities: Men's Volleyball, Men's and Women's Tennis, and Softball
Children: Andy, Jr., Eliana, Elizabeth and Samuel
Andy Britton has been a member of the strength and conditioning staff for the Ohio State Buckeyes since 2005.
Britton began as a Professional Intern at OSU from 2005-2007 prior to becoming full time staff. Prior to OSU, he came from Velocity Sports Performance where he served as a performance specialist. While there, he trained athletes of all levels in the area of speed, agility and strength development. From 2001-2004, he was the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee. While there, he was responsible for implementing year round programs for all 17 Division I athletic teams. Britton holds a Bachelor of Science degree in exercise science from Belmont University and a masters of education degree in sports administration. He also contributed to the success of the men's volleyball teams' first ever National Championship in 2011, 2016 and 2017 and the men's tennis teams' 2014 Indoor National Championship.
He and his wife, Annie, have twins Andy, Jr. and Eliana (9), daughter Elizabeth (5) and son Samuel (2). They reside in Johnstown.
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