Indiana University’s Mens soccer Strength and Conditioning program and the culture that surrounds it. The sustained success over the past 30+ years on and off the field.
Thomas Morris is in his 14th year at Indiana University and serves as the Assistant Athletic Director for Athletic Performance. Morris works with the Hoosiers men's soccer team, and also oversees Indiana Athletic Performance dept. During his tenure at IU has also served as strength and conditioning coach for 23 out of 24 varsity sports. Morris has dedicated his career to career to optimizing the performance of collegiate and professional athletes. He was recognized for his achievements in 2017 with the prestigious designation of Master of Strength and Conditioning Coach.
During his tenure at Indiana University, Morris has worked with 12 Olympians (3 Gold, 2 silver and 2 bronze medalist), 2 Individual National Champions, and 6 Big Ten champions. He has also won 2 National Championships, 6 Big Ten Titles with Indiana Men's Soccer and 4 Big Ten Titles with Indiana Swimming and Diving.
Prior to his arrival in Bloomington, Morris served as the Director of strength and conditioning coach at LaSalle University. At LaSalle, Morris developed and implemented year-round strength and conditioning programs for 12 varsity sports, including football, men's basketball and women's basketball.
Morris served as a graduate assistant strength coach at Penn State before his stint at LaSalle, studding for his health education degree. While at Penn State, Morris worked primarily with the football team but also spent time with men and women's basketball.
Morris and his wife Christa, who is a Learning Specialist in the IU Athletics Academic Services department, reside in Bloomington.