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Jason Phillips
 Jason Phillips
Deadwood, S.D.

Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coordinator

Years in Athletics:
14th season (3rd at CSU)

Jason Phillips at a glance...

•Joined the Colorado State athletic department in July 2009 to be responsible for the strength and conditioning for men's and women's basketball, volleyball, softball, and men's and women's golf.

•Has 14 years of experience across both professional and collegiate athletics.

Seasons Team/School Title/Position Coached
1997-98 University of North Texas Graduate Assitant Strength & Conditioning Coach
2000 Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim Minor League Strength & Conditioning Coach
2001-03 University of California at Irvine Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach
2003-04 San Diego Chargers Strength & Conditioning Intern
2004-05 Oregon State University Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach
2005-08 University of Washington Head Assistant Sports Performance Coach
2009- Colorado State University

Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach

Jason Phillips' various strength and conditioning work experience has landed him a key role in the Colorado State athletic department.

Phillips is responsible for overseeing the strength and conditioning programs for six different sports programs at CSU, including men's and women's basketball, volleyball, softball, and men's and women's golf. Phillips has also assisted with the football program.

Most recently before joining the Rams, Phillips worked as the head assistant sports performance coach at the University of Washington. He was directly responsible for strength and conditioning for its softball and men's golf teams. During his tenure at Washington, the softball team went 107-69-1 (.605) and finished third nationally in the 2006-07 season.

Phillips had previous experience in the Pac-10 (now Pac-12) conference, working for Oregon State University as their assistant strength and conditioning coach. His main duties for the Beavers was to design strength and conditioning workout regimens for their wrestling, softball, swimming, cross country and golf teams.

Phillips was an intern for the San Diego Chargers in 2003 and 2004 and also worked professionally for the Los Angeles Angels' minor league affiliate.

His other collegiate experience includes stints at the University of California at Irvine and the University of North Texas.

Phillips received his bachelor's degree in Kinesiology from the University of Colorado in 1994 and his master's degree in exercise physiology from North Texas in 1998.

His hometown is Deadwood, S.D., and he has a wife, Natalie, and two children, Noa and Makena.