Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach
Experience: 20th year
Hometown: Elida, Ohio
College: University of Arizona '90
Certifications: CSCS, USAW, HKC, FMS Level II, CPR, First Aid
Years in Coaching: 22
Teams: Women's Golf, Women's Rowing, Synchronized Swimming, Women's Cheerleading and Dance
Kim Dally returned to The Ohio State University in 2007 after a five year absence to raise her family. Originally Dally was with OSU from 1992-2003. Over the course of eleven years she worked with women's volleyball, men's hockey, field hockey, women's swimming, men's and women's lacrosse, women's golf, synchronized swimming, women's rowing, and men's and women's cheerleading. As well as being the strength coach for women's basketball in 1992-1993 when they played for the National Championship. In her 5 year leave from Ohio State Dally was a strength coach at Upper Arlington High School working with boy's crew, boys' basketball, and boy's lacrosse.
In 2013, Dally helped lead Ohio State rowing to a National Championship making them the first Big Ten team to ever clinch the title. A title which the team defended in 2014 and 2015 making rowing history as the first team to ever win 3 consecutive National Championships. She also assisted women's golf in winning the Big Ten Championship in 2014, 2015 and 2016. Dally was also part of synchronized swimming regaining it’s championship form in 2017 winning their 27th National Championship.
Coach Dally currently resides in Upper Arlington with her husband, daughters, and son.
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