NSU Athletics Hires Randall Moore as Director of Strength and Conditioning
NORFOLK, Va. (NSUSpartans.com) – The Norfolk State Department of Athletics announced on Wednesday that Randall Moore has been hired to serve as director of strength and conditioning. He came to NSU after working for three years in Mississippi Valley State as the student-athlete health and wellness coordinator.
“We are delighted to welcome Coach Moore to the Spartan family,” said Alisha Tucker, NSU Associate Associate. “He brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the position that will help our student-athletes take it to the next level. “
“I am delighted to begin this next chapter in my life and career as a strength and conditioning professional here at Norfolk State University,” said Moore. “I look forward to getting started, working with our student-athletes and developing both our strength and conditioning department and our track and field program. I simply thank my Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, for this opportunity, and I also thank Ms. Tucker and Director of Sports Melody Webb for this opportunity. I am proud to be a Spartan!
At Mississippi Valley State, Moore was responsible for strength and conditioning the 15 varsity athletic programs, team supervision and individual workouts while providing instruction on proper techniques. He was also responsible for the development of the health and well-being of student-athletes, including healthy lifestyles, nutrition, strength, speed and agility programs.
It has developed policies and procedures relating to nutrition education, weight and body composition management, the use of dietary supplements, prevention of heat-related illnesses and dehydration, healing of injuries and illnesses and sport specific nutrition.
Prior to joining MVSU, Moore served as Director of Strength and Conditioning for a year and a half at Shorter University in Georgia, where he oversaw the development of 21 athletic programs. He also spent time at Allegheny College as the Director of Peak Performance and Fitness, and at Gallaudet University as an Assistant Coach / Weight and Conditioning Coordinator.
A 2011 graduate from Oakland University, Moore earned a bachelor’s degree in health science with a concentration in exercise science. He competed on the track team during this time, helping the Grizzlies 4×100 relay team break the school record in 2009.