WARSAW – Warsaw Community Schools announced Wednesday the addition of Brian Lockhart as the Warsaw Community High School strength and conditioning coach. Lockhart will assume his role working with coaches and students in mid-November.
“I am excited to be tasked with building the Tiger’s strength and conditioning department and look forward to the future accomplishments that come along with implementing such a program,” noted Lockhart. “With the support of administrators, KCH and the community, we will create an atmosphere of success for student-athletes and, moving forward, serve as a model for similar programs.”
Lockhart grew up in Detroit, Mich., and graduated from the University of Michigan, where he studied psychology and kinesiology. He is a certified strength and conditioning specialist with NSCA and has worked as a sport performance coach with USA weightlifting. Lockhart has experience working with athletes spanning from the NCAA and Olympics to college and high school student athletes. He is currently pursuing a master’s degree in exercise physiology.
This position was made possible through the 10-year partnership between Warsaw Community Schools and Lutheran Health Network/KCH.
“We are very excited to have Brian join Warsaw Community Schools as the strength and conditioning coach,” stated Dr. David Hoffert, superintendent of WCS. “His knowledge and experience will be a great asset to our athletic teams, coaches and physical education classes. We are thankful to KCH and Lutheran Health Network for providing this opportunity and advancement in our programming.”