|Position:||Assoc AD - Strength & Conditioning|
Trevor Williams is entering his third year with Sam Houston State and his first as Associate AD for Strength and Conditioning, where he oversees over 450 student-athletes who compete across 17 varsity sports.
Previously hired as an assistant strength & conditioning coach at Sam Houston, Williams has already contributed in a short time to the major success and growth of all athletic programs with a solid vision for his student-athletes to grow physically and mature mentally. He provides the Bearkats with sound programs that include strength, power and explosiveness, plyometrics, speed, agility, work capacity and coaching.
Prior to Sam Houston, Williams was an assistant strength coach at the University of Delaware where he spearheaded the strength and conditioning programs for several of their athletic teams, including men’s basketball, women’s basketball and women’s lacrosse. The 2012-2013 women’s basketball season culminated in the program’s second straight CAA conference title and a second straight NCAA Tournament appearance, advancing to the Sweet 16. The 2013-2014 men’s basketball team won their first CAA regular season and conference tournament titles, and made their first appearance in the NCAA tournament since 1999.
He was also responsible for developing and overseeing a competitive 13-week internship program for Blue Hens Strength & Conditioning that included weekly curriculums, projects, professional development trips, and career advancement initiatives.
Before his three years at Delaware, Williams spent two and a half years coaching in the Washington D.C area. While at Georgetown, he was responsible for writing and implementing strength and conditioning programs for several varsity athletic squads. Williams worked mostly with the Hoya baseball team, specifically working with the pitchers and freshmen developmental program.
In conjunction with his duties at Georgetown, Williams assumed the role of head strength and conditioning coach at The Potomac School. While there, he was in charge of 20 varsity sports, as well as their respective junior varsity programs. Williams cites his greatest accomplishment at The Potomac School as spearheading the development of strong foundations for young student-athletes on and off the field.
In the spring of 2012, Williams received the inaugural Lance Vermeil Scholarship award from the Collegiate Strength & Conditioning Coaches Association for his dedication, passion and commitment to the field.
Prior to D.C., Williams began his coaching career with his first stint at his alma mater, the University of Delaware, following his time as a walk-on football student-athlete. During the first two years of his career, he led and assisted many of the varsity programs for the Blue Hens.
Williams holds numerous certifications and is a member of the National Strength and Conditioning Association and Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association.
He is married to the former Kristy Fletcher, and the couple resides in Huntsville.