As SSP enters its sixth year working with the Rollins College Athletic Program, we continue to see exceptional results with our teams. Entering the 2012 Fall seasons, Men’s Soccer sits at #2 in the country, Volleyball gains its highest ranking in the history of the program at #18, and Women’s Soccer has had a strong start to the season with a record of 3-0-1, ranked #20 in the country.
Men’s Golf, who had a strong finish, ranked 19th in the country last year. The team has hired SSP to help take them to the championship level again. “I am excited to work with Kyle Frakes, and his golf team. We have a lot to offer golfers, and the results of their work in the weight room will be evident on the course this year. It is a great group of guys that are willing to put the work in,” says Sports Performance Coach, Will Hitzelberger.
Rollins Teams with SSP:
- Men’s Soccer
- Women’s Soccer
- Women’s Basketball
- Men’s Lacrosse
- Women’s Lacrosse
- Men’s Golf
At Rollins we take the same SSP Methodology that develops successful athletes and apply it in a team environment. “There is a dynamic that I love about the team setting and also the college setting. These athletes are here to work and represent the school and their program,” says Hitzelberger. “You can create these elements in the private sector. It’s exciting to be apart of Championship seasons and watch these athletes develop.”
Joining SSP as the Assistant Performance Coach at Rollins College is Eric McGinnis. Eric just wrapped up a season as a Strength Coach with the Detroit Tigers Minor League Organization. Prior to the Tigers, Eric worked part-time with SSP as he went through the SSP Education Program. Eric is a graduate of the University of Kentucky where he was a 50 meter Swimmer. He will be hands on with all teams at Rollins.
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