Associate, Strength & Conditioning
Experience: 11th Year
Hometown: Monroe, LA
College: Northeast Louisiana University, '89
Graduate Degree: Northeast Louisiana University, '90
Certifications: SCCC, CSCS, USAW Club Coach, HKC
Years Coaching: 25
Team Responsibilities: Men's Basketball and Men's Golf
Prior to working at Ohio State, Richardson spent 4 years at the University of Miami (FL), where he was the strength and conditioning coach for the Hurricane Men's Basketball, women's volleyball and tennis programs. The former U.S. Army sergeant also spent 6 years as the Head Strength and Conditioning at the Northeast Louisiana University, and 5 years as the Head Strength and Conditioning coach at Nicholls State University. Richardson received his bachelor's degree in health and human performance in 1989 and a master's degree in exercise science in 1990 from Northeast Louisiana University.
Richardson resides in Hilliard with his wife, Amanda and son David.
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