Maryland quartet is among 229 total collegiate and high school athletes the NSCA recognized.
Matt McManus joined the Maryland Olympic Sports Strength and Conditioning staff in September 2011. He currently oversees the strength and conditioning programs women's soccer, softball, and women's tennis.
Before coming to Maryland, McManus served as a volunteer assistant strength coach at the University of Michigan for a year. While there, he assisted with many of Michigan's 27 Olympic sports.
Prior to Michigan, he worked as a graduate assistant strength coach at Utah State University. At Utah State he developed programs for men's and women's track and field, cross country, women's soccer, and gymnastics, as well as assisting with football, men's and women's basketball, softball, and volleyball.
McManus received his Bachelor's degree in Movement Science from Michigan in 2008 and his Master's in Health and Human Movement from Utah State in 2010. He is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the NSCA and has competed in powerlifting and weightlifting. Originally from Farmington Hills, Michigan, he currently resides in Silver Spring, Maryland.