Student Intern Staff
|Hung Le (Fall 2017)
Hung graduated from Notre Dame College in May 2017 with a Bachelor's in Sports Management and Human Resources. He spent the previous year as a Strength & Conditioning Intern for football and Olympic Sports at Notre Dame College. Hung is working towards getting his CSCS certification to pursue a career in strength & conditioning.
|Kyle Patnode (Fall 2017)
Kyle graduated from the University of Iowa, with a degree in Exercise Science. He swam for Iowa all four years during his collegiate career. He plans on pursuing a Master's degree, as well as his CSCS/USAW to further his career as a strength coach.
|Caitlyn Stoner (Fall 2017)
Caitlyn graduated from Urbana University in May 2017. While there, she played softball and earned her degree in Exercise Science. She is pursuing her CSCS Certification and looking to pursue a Master's degree in Strength and Conditioning or related field. She strives to have a career as a collegiate softball coach, as well as a strength and conditioning coach.
Former Intern Staff
|Donny Bowen (Spring 2017)
Donny is currently a senior Exercise Science student at Ohio State and will graduate May 2017. He plans to pursue a Master's degree in Strength and Conditioning and a career as a strength and conditioning coach. Donny is ACE certified and will be testing for his CSCS this summer following graduation.
|Matt Casturo (Fall 2016)
Matt is a senior in the Exercise Science program at Ohio State and will graduate in May 2017. He has worked as a Personal Trainer and Group Fitness Instructor teaching Olympic lifting, Powerlifting, TRX, Cross-training, Nike Training Club, etc. Matt is currently a NSCA certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, USA Weightlifting certified Level 1 Sport Performance Coach, TRX certified Instructor, and is studying for his CISSN. After graduation Matt plans to attend Physical Therapy School and work in the field of Athletic Reconditioning.
|Aron Gibson (Spring 2017)
Aron is currently a student in the Master of Sports Coaching program at Ohio State. He received his undergraduate education from Bluffton University (Exercise Science, Strength & Conditioning, Wellness concentration, and a Coaching minor). He has done internships previously at Bluffton University and the University of Findlay.
|Grant Kastelan (Summer 2016)
Grant graduated from California State University, Fullerton, in May of 2013 with a Bachelor's of Science degree in Kinesiology. After graduation, he earned his CSCS certification and completed an internship and volunteer position with Pepperdine University's strength and conditioning program. Grant will continue his education at Lindenwood University as a strength and conditioning graduate assistant following his internship with The Ohio State University and earn a Master's Degree in Exercise Science.
|Josh Krauss (Summer 2016)
Josh graduated from Salisbury University in May 2015. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science. He is currently obtaining his Master's Degree in Applied Health and Physiology from Salisbury University and will graduate in May 2017. While at Salisbury University, he volunteered and interned with the sports performance department. After graduation, Josh plans to pursue a career in collegiate strength and conditioning and obtain his CSCS, CSCCa, USAW, ISSN and FMS certifications.
|Leanna Maasarani (Summer 2016)
Leanna graduated from University of Central Florida with a Master's Degree in Sport and Exercise Science in December of 2015. While there, she worked as an intern and part-time assistant with UCF strength and conditioning. Leanna is currently a high school strength and conditioning coach working with football and girls' basketball teams and is CSCS certified.
|Luke Martin (Spring 2016)
Luke is currently a senior in the Exercise Science program at The Ohio State University and will graduate in May 2016. Upon graduation, Luke plans to pursue a Master's degree in Kinesiology or a related field and pursue a career in strength and conditioning coaching. He is currently studying for both the CSCS and CISSN examinations.
|Aaron Mawhirter (Summer 2017)
Aaron graduated from The Ohio State University this past spring with a Bachelor's degree in Health Promotion, Nutrition and Exercise Science. He plans to pursue a Master's degree in order to fulfill his goal of becoming a collegiate strength and conditioning coach. Aaron is working towards getting his CSCS certification.
|Grace Nofsinger (Fall 2016)
Grace graduated from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in May 2016 with a Bachelor's of Science in Nutrition and Exercise Health Science. She currently holds her CPT through the NSCA and is currently studying for her CSCS.
|Kinsey Propst (Summer 2017)
Kinsey graduated from the University of Louisville in May of 2017 with a Master's of Science degree in Exercise Physiology with a concentration in strength and conditioning. She played soccer for Ohio Dominican University and she has played in the WPSL with the Columbus Eagles. She currently holds her CSCS and plans to pursue a career in collegiate strength and conditioning.
|Leah Shyrock (Fall 2016)
Leah graduated from Kent State University in May 2016 with a Bachelor's of Science in Exercise Science. She interned with Kent State's Strength and Conditioning during the Summer of 2015, as well as volunteered during the Fall 2015 semester helping with Women's Volleyball. Leah is currently studying to earn her CSCS.
|Aaron Thompson (Summer 2017)
Aaron is currently a strength and conditioning graduate assistant at Florida Atlantic University. He is pursuing his Masters in Exercise Science and will graduate May 2018. Aaron currently holds a degree in Exercise Science: Health Promotion and Fitness from Otterbein University. He spent the previous year as a strength and conditioning graduate assistant at The University of Findlay. His certifications include USAW-level 1, Reflexive Performance Reset and ACSM CPT.
|Stephen Wells (Summer 2016)
Stephen is going into his second year in the Master's program and is currently working with the softball team at ETSU. He attended Hope College, where he earned a Bachelor's of Arts degree in Physical Education with a Health minor. As an undergraduate, Stephen had the opportunity to intern with the Hope football team, and he also student taught strength and conditioning classes for Zeeland East High School. Stephen is CSCS and USAW-1 certified and is considering starting a business which focuses on training athletes for sport development or coaching athletes in a school setting.
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