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Dak Notestine serves as the Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach within the Ohio University Athletic Department. He holds a Masters of Science Degree in Recreation and Sport Sciences with a special emphasis on Coaching Education and Strength Conditioning from Ohio University. He is a Strength and Conditioning Specialist who has been certified by the National Strength and Conditioning Association.
Notestine currently designs and implements strength and conditioning programs for the women's soccer, basketball, volleyball, men's and women's golf, and cheerleading teams at Ohio. Coach Notestine also works with Ohio's club hockey team and assists Director of Strength and Conditioning Sonny Sano with the football program.
In his time this past year as the Graduate Assistant for the Strength and Conditioning Program, Notestine designed and implemented training regimens for the women's and men's golf and cheerleading teams, while assisting with wrestling, football, volleyball, and the women's and men's basketball teams throughout the year.
Dak received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Exercise Physiology at Ohio University in 2010 and was a member of the football team. He initially started his playing career as a walk-on, but worked his way to a starting position at defensive end and was voted as a team captain in his senior campaign.