Position: Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach
Alma Mater: Sioux Falls
Dominic Studzinski joined the Ole Miss strength and conditioning staff in the spring of 2012.
Prior to coming to Ole Miss, Studzinski was at the University of Southern Mississippi. While at Southern Miss, Studzinski directed the strength and conditioning programs for the Lady Eagle volleyball and soccer teams. He also assisted with day-to-day weight room and on field operations for both the football and baseball programs. During the 2011 campaign the Golden Eagle football team had a remarkable season including 12 wins and a Conference-USA championship.
Before Studzinski was at Southern Miss, he served a brief stint at the University of Tulsa where he designed and implemented programs for the tennis, golf, and cross country teams. With the Golden Hurricane, he assisted with football as well as several other Olympic sports. Studzinski has also gained professional experience while working with Louisiana State University, the University of Norte Dame, and Augustana College, SD. At each university he assisted with day-to-day operations with their respected football programs as well as several Olympic sport programs.
A native of Fort Atkinson, Wis., Studzinski attended the University of Sioux Falls, SD where he earned his Bachelor's degree in exercise science. He was a four-year letter winner in football and a two time All-American with the Cougars while also winning two national championships.
Studzinski is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). He also is certified through the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) as a Corrective Exercise Specialist (CES). Studzinski earned his Masters of Science in sport coaching education from the University of Southern Mississippi.
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