Bryan Miller is in his first year working at the United States Naval Academy as an Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach for Football.  Prior to Navy, Bryan served as the Director of Strength and Conditioning at Oregon State University for over 9 years and oversaw the physical preparation and sports performance for all teams and was the Head Strength Coach for Football, Volleyball and Women’s Gymnastics.  During his time at Oregon State University, Bryan was the NSCA State Director for Oregon and was a member of the Nike Sparq Performance Network from 2012-2015.  Before moving to the West Coast, Bryan worked at the University of Wisconsin as an Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach working with Football, Women’s Basketball, Volleyball and Men’s and Women’s Ice Hockey from 2004-2006.  Prior to Wisconsin, Bryan served as an Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach at Northern Illinois University from 2000-2004.  During his time at Northern Illinois, Bryan worked as an intern for the Chicago Bulls during the 2001, 2002 and 2003 off seasons.  From 1999-2000 Bryan worked as the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach at North Park University.  Bryan started his coaching career as an intern at Northwestern University from 1998-1999.
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