Clemson Athletics wants to wish Jess Prencipe all the best in the future! After over four years of working with Clemson’s Olympic sport athletes in strength & conditioning, Jess is moving to Charlotte to work with the well-known human performance company, EXOS.
Jess came to Clemson in 2015 after stops at Merrimack College, The Citadel, Elon, and the Institute of Performance & Fitness. A native of Andover, Massachusetts, Jess lettered in soccer at Springfield College. Her experience as a student-athlete at Springfield no doubt fueled her passion to serve future student-athletes through strength and conditioning, a passion that has since served Clemson well. It was also at Springfield where she met camping director, fellow student-athlete, and future husband (May 26, 2019) Aled Hollingworth.
Women’s Soccer Assistant Coach Siri Mullinix says, “Jess’s passion for the kids – doing everything she can for them – sacrificing her time and energy to make sure they can be their best” are hallmarks of her legacy at Clemson. Jess’s desire to see other student-athletes excel in their sport has benefited hundreds of students at Clemson University. Working primarily with students on the Softball, Rowing, and Women’s Soccer teams, her favorite experiences at Clemson have been on the sidelines as student-athletes have celebrated big goals, big wins, and championships. It is those moments and those student-athletes that she will miss the most as she heads north on I-85.
Jess, we want to thank you for all you have poured into Clemson, its teams, and its student-athletes, and we wish you and Aled all the best with whatever the future holds in store!