A volunteer mentoring booklet committee was tasked with reviewing, updating, and improving the mentoring booklet. The committee is asking all approved CSCCa mentors to attend this meeting for a review of the updates, and more importantly have a dialog with the panel about the changes. As our profession grows and our industry evolves, we must remain diligent in continually self-evaluating and making improvements to our internship program. We need your feedback and input to assist us in continuing to be the gold standard in the collegiate strength and conditioning profession.
Sandy Abney is the Assistant Head Coach of Athletic Performance at the University of Texas.
She assists with and provides operational support to the director, as well as, assist with daily operations of the new state-of-the-art University of Texas Athletic Performance Center.
Sandy currently serves as the Head Strength and Conditioning coach for women’s crew, and women’s swimming program. In addition, she serves on the Board of Directors for the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association.
She has 19 years’ experience as a collegiate strength and conditioning professional. She began working at the University of Texas in 1999 as an assistant strength and conditioning coach where she oversaw the performance training of 5 Division 1A teams (Golf, Varsity Rowing, Novice Rowing, Softball, Swimming) while assisting with Football.
Sandy received her master’s degree in Sports Administration from Concordia University and her undergrad degree in Exercise Sports Science from Texas State University. She holds certifications from the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association (SCCC), (MSCC).