As the Coordinator of Sports Performance  of Salisbury University, Matt Nein looks to continue the progress of the Sports Performance Program with the concepts of reducing the student athletes risk of injury while enhancing player performance. Matt's responsibilities include the coordination of all 21 teams' training programs, speed and agility sessions, facility and equipment maintenance, and internship/volunteer  supervision. Matt came to Salisbury University following a one year stint as a strength coach in the minor league system of the Toronto Blue Jays. He received his Masters Degree in Applied Health Physiology from Salisbury University in 2004 and his Bachelors Degree in Physical Education from Towson University in 2002. While at Towson University, Matt pitched for the Tigers Baseball Team for five seasons and served as a captain in his final year with the squad. Since 2004, Matt has been certified as a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist by the National Strength and Conditioning Association. Matt  also holds the certification of SPARQ National Trainer.
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