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Name of School, Team or Business
Ohio State University
Job Title
Coaching Intern
Current Job Description
Strength intern with the football team
Past Job Experience
University of Toledo: Strength and Conditioning Intern (Summer 2010)
University of Michigan: Strength and Conditioning Intern (Summer 2009)
Education
High School: St. Francis de Sales (2006)
Undergraduate: Lawrence University (2010)
Major - Psychology (Economics)
Graduate School: Ohio State University (2012)
Program: Sports Management

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At 8:27am on March 14, 2013, Lewis Caralla said…

Coach Dabbs,

The Michigan Football Strength Staff would like to personally invite you to our Strength Clinic on Saturday April 20th. We are very excited about our speaker line-up and would love to have you with us. If you are interested you can go to the link below to register. Thanks and Go Blue.

www.michigancoachesclinic.com/strength.html

At 11:22pm on September 6, 2010, Kevin Collins said…
sounds good, gotta let me kno how workouts go once your able to start up.. yea the game was alittle ruff but airazona is good, we'll bounce back the team is working good and should be ready for Ohio U this weekend.. we still have a great chance in the MAC.. you guys got a big one saturday should be a good game
At 12:39am on September 6, 2010, Kevin Collins said…
whats up man hows osu going?
 
 
 

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