Assistant, Strength & Conditioning
Experience: 3rd Year
Hometown: Liberty Center, OH
College: The Ohio State University, '11
Graduate Degree: University of Tennessee '13
Professional Certifications: SCCC, USAW, HKC, FMS Level II, First Aid and CPR
Years in Coaching: 4
Team Responsibilities: Men's and Women's Soccer, Women's Ice Hockey, Women's Track and Field
Tyler Carpenter joined the Ohio State performance staff in June 2013 after spending the previous two years working as a graduate assistant strength and conditioning coach with the University of Tennessee Lady Vols and other Olympic Sports. Prior to his stint at Tennessee, Tyler was a strength and conditioning intern for the Ohio State football team for 8 months and a manager for the football team from 2006-2011. Tyler received his BSBA from the Fisher College of Business, and his MS from University of Tennessee in Kinesiology.
Carpenter resides in Columbus.
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