Stacey served as the Director of Strength and Conditioning at the University of Alabama at Birmingham since 1990 and is currently the Director of Olympic Sports. She came to UAB from Texas A&M University where she earned her Bachelor's Degree in Exercise Technology, in addition to being a three-year letter-winner and All-Southwest Conference Player for the nationally ranked Lady Aggie Volleyball team.
In 1988, while completing her Master's Degree in Exercise Physiology, Stacey became the catalyst in developing UAB's comprehensive strength and conditioning program, advising all 9 Olympic sport coaches on the significance and validity of strength and conditioning with the blessing of Jim Hilyer (UAB Professor) and Brenda Williams (UAB Volleyball Coach). With the addition of softball, women's soccer, and synchronized swimming teams in 1996-2000 Coach Torman established extensive cutting -edge programs for the new teams to prepare UAB?s student-athletes to compete at the next level. Under her reign at UAB, the strength and conditioning program has contributed to 22 NCAA appearances, 9 additional post-season efforts, 20 Team Conference Championships, 22 All-Americans, and 12 NSCA All-Americans. She as been committed to providing precise and effective, goal-oriented programs to assist hundreds of talented ladies and gentlemen striving to enhance their God-given physical talents.
In her personal athletic endeavors throughout her career she has a variety of accomplishments which include being a Southern Naturals Bodybuilding Champion , USA Volleyball Open Nationals Indoor Bronze Medalist, Jose Cuervo Beach Volleyball Champion.
Stacey enjoys spending time watching her son, Seth, develop his soccer, basketball and football career. She also enjoys lifting and training for 5k's and a healthy long life. She would like to thank the CSCCa for conceiving this distinct organization and certification. It is an honor and privilege to be named the first female Master Strength and Conditioning Coach among the many men and women in the field.