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Mike Piper
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Name of School, Team or Business
Central Connecticut State University
Job Title
Associate Director of Sports Performance
Current Job Description
Volleyball, Softball, & Baseball - Head Coach
Football - Assistant Coach
Central Connecticut State University
M.S. Exercise Science

University of Wisconsin - LaCrosse
B.S. Exercise Sport Science - Fitness
Concentration: Strength & Conditioning
Minor: Nutrition


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At 1:48pm on August 23, 2011, Glenn Wright said…

Thanks Mike. We are hoping to do a research study with Strongman stuff again this spring. Hopefully we can get that published too. Have a good year.


At 8:20pm on October 14, 2010, Eric Donoval said…
whats up man! Things are good down here, just got the GA position here so hopefully starting school next semester pending a decent GRE score next week, how's connecticut man?

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