Position: Assistant Coordinator of Strength & Conditioning
Alma Mater: New Orleans
Randall Dorvin joined the Ole Miss strength and conditioning staff in the summer of 2011 and is primarily responsible for supporting the men's and women's track and field and cross country programs, as well as the women's soccer program.
A native of Louisiana and a United State Marine Corps veteran, Dorvin has been working professionally with athletes competing at the high school, collegiate and professional levels since 1998. His previous professional experience includes assisting in the LSU Medical Center Sports Performance Academy, serving as head strength and conditioning coach at the University of New Orleans, as an assistant strength and conditioning coach and exercise and movement sciences instructor at the University of Oregon, founder and owner of ACCEL Athletic Development & Performance Enhancement in New Orleans, and as an assistant strength and conditioning coach at Duke University.
He has had the good fortune of gaining experience programming for a variety of sports at the highest levels of NCAA competition including baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, fencing, lacrosse, rowing, soccer, swimming and diving, track and field, tennis, volleyball and wrestling.
Dorvin earned a bachelor of science degree in exercise physiology from the University of New Orleans where he graduated with honors, and a master of science degree in sports medicine from the University of Oregon. He has earned credentials from the Collegiate Strength & Conditioning Coaches Association, United States Weightlifting, the National Strength & Conditioning Association and USA Track & Field.
Dorvin has presented numerous lectures at state, regional and national conferences for the NSCA and the CSCCA. In addition, he has served as a guest lecturer for the Department of Health, Exercise Science and Recreation management and has contributed to articles in Men's Health and STACK.com.
He lives in Oxford, Mississippi, with his wife Jennifer, and remains active by training for and competing in triathlons.
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