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Sean Hayes Named Men’s And Women’s Basketball Strength And Conditioning Coach

Sean Hayes Named Men’s And Women’s Basketball Strength And Conditioning Coach

Sept. 22, 2004

Clemson has named Sean Hayes, formerly the Director of Strength and Conditioning at Harvard University, the men’s and women’s basketball strength and conditioning coach. Hayes joined the Tiger staff after a two-year stint as the Director of Strength and Conditioning at Harvard University where he was responsible for overseeing the development of sport-specific strength and conditioning programs for Harvard’s 41 varsity teams. While at Harvard, he worked directly with football, men’s and women’s basketball and men’s and women’s ice hockey.

Prior to his move to Harvard in February 2002, Hayes served as Assistant Director of Strenth and Conditioning at the University of Tulsa (OK) beginning in August of 1999. While at Tulsa, he worked primarily with men’s and women’s basketball and football. Hayes’ first strength and conditioning position was at his alma mater, Springfield College, where he served as an assistant coach from 1997 until August of 1999. At Springfield College, his primary sports responsibilities included men’s basketball, football, lacrosse, women’s soccer and track and field. Hayes has also served as a graduate strength and conditioning intern at Yale University and was an undergraduate intern in the Boston University athletic department. He was also selected by Mike Boyle to work with the US Women’s National Ice Hockey team during winter training camps in Lake Placid, NY.

Hayes earned his Bachelor of Science degree in health fitness from Springfield College in 1996, then completed a Master of Education in Applied Exercise Science from Springfield in 1999. His certifications include CSCS (Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist), SCCC (Strength and Conditioning Coaches Certification) and USWF (U.S. Weightlifting Federation) Level 1. He is married to the former Susanne Esteban, and the couple has a one-year old daughter, Kaylie.

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