Anthony Crosby
Anthony Crosby

Hometown:
Lafayette, La.

Position:
Assistant Strength & Condtioning Coach

Alma Mater:
Louisiana Tech


Anthony Crosby is entering his third season at Ole Miss as an assistant strength and conditioning coach for football. Crosby is responsible for assisting coach Paul Jackson with implementation and supervision of the strength and conditioning program for the Rebels.

Crosby spent the past two years in Boston as the first assistant strength and conditioning coach for the Boston College football team assisting with program design, freshman and transfer orientation, and the designing of injured player rehabilitation workouts.

Prior to being the top assistant strength and conditioning coach for the Boston College football team, Crosby served as a graduate assistant at Boston College for five months before being promoted.

Before achieving a full-time position, Crosby did internships at Arizona State University and Louisiana State University where he worked with the football programs along with Olympic sports such as baseball, volleyball, softball, track and wrestling.

A native of Lafayette, La., Crosby earned his bachelor's degree in kinesiology from Louisiana Tech in 2008 where he played linebacker for the Bulldogs from 2004-2007. Crosby is CSCS, PN-1, and USAW level 1 certified. During his time at Boston College, he met his wife, the former Colby Flavin.

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