Maryland quartet is among 229 total collegiate and high school athletes the NSCA recognized.
Brent Kwiatkowski joined the University of Maryland Olympic Sports Strength and Conditioning staff in September 2011 as an assistant strength and conditioning coach. Kwiatkowski oversees the strength and conditioning programs for men's soccer, men's and women's track and field, and wrestling.
Kwiatkowski joins the Terrapins after spending three years as a graduate assistant strength and conditioning coach at the University of Michigan. While at Michigan, he was in charge of developing strength and conditioning programs for the women's swimming, men's and women's diving, women's water polo and women's soccer teams.
Kwiatkowski also assisted with the strength and conditioning programs for men's and women's basketball, baseball, men's swimming, men's and women's track and field and women's volleyball.
At Michigan Kwiatkowski helped lead several teams to conference championships and NCAA championship appearances; 2009, 2010 CWPA Eastern Conference champions and NCAA tournament appearances (women's water Polo), 2010 NCAA tournament appearance (women's Soccer), 2011 Big Ten champions (men's swimming and diving), 11 individual Big Ten champions (men's swimming and diving) and two individual Big Ten champions (women's swimming and diving).
Kwiatkowski is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the NSCA and is a Certified Club Coach for Olympic Weightlifting (USAW). He received his master's degree in Exercise Physiology and his bachelor's degree in Physical Education, both from Eastern Michigan University. The Canton, Michigan native now resides in Silver Spring, Maryland.