- Tyler Stuart
Responsibilities: Designs and implements year-round strength, speed and conditioning workouts for the Gator women’s basketball, women’s tennis and women’s golf teams; guides each student-athlete through an individual training program designed to enhance strength as well as explosive power, speed, agility, endurance, coordination, balance and flexibility.
Joined UF Staff: June of 2012
Prior to UF: Immediately prior to assuming his position at UF, Stuart worked with the Appalachian State University men’s basketball team at the director of strength and conditioning. Before his tenure at Appalachian State, Stuart worked at Clemson University from August 2007 until July 2011, when he was the head women’s basketball strength and conditioning coach. He also served as the interim head basketball strength and conditioning coach for a two-month period in 2009. Stuart worked as a volunteer strength and conditioning coach at Clemson from January 2007 until he began working with the women’s basketball program, spending time with the football, baseball, soccer and rowing teams for the Tigers.
Education: Anderson University (B.S. in Kinesiology-Exercise Science, 2007); Clemson University (hours completed for M.S. in Human Nutrition)
Hometown: Anderson, S.C.
Behind the Stats: Tyler has always been extremely active in sports, playing rugby in college after suiting up for everything from baseball to football and golf in high school.