Previously the Director of Strength and Conditioning at Division I University of Northern Colorado, Ty brings his unparalleled wealth of knowledge and experience to Lincoln, NE in the areas of athletic performance and sports enhancement. While at Northern Colorado, Ty developed a system that, for the first time in the athletic department’s history, ensured all 19 collegiate teams (470 student-athletes) train in the strength and conditioning facility utilizing sport specific training programs year round.
He was responsible for athletic testing of all athletes and compiling the test data to the coaches at UNC. Several of the athletes that Ty has personally trained have gone on to play professional basketball, football and baseball.
Ty enhanced much of his knowledge from previous experiences that include the Sports Performance Program at Arizona State University and serving as the head strength coach at Valley Union High School in Elfrida, AZ. While at Valley Union high school, he served as the head women’s basketball coach, assistant varsity football coach, and head junior varsity football coach. Ty was named prepArizona.com 1A Women’s basketball coach of the year in 2003 as he inherited a team with a win-loss record of 1-22 and led them to a final four appearance at the Arizona State Championship Tournament within two years. He was also named Arizona Assistant Football Coach of the Year in 2002.