Marc Hickok is in his second year as an assistant athletic performance coach at the University of Vermont. He is responsible for implementing the strength program for men's and women's soccer, men's and women's lacrosse and women's hockey teams. Prior to UVM, Hickok was an assistant strength and conditioning coach at the University of South Florida. At USF, he was the head strength coach for the men's and women's soccer teams and softball. He also assisted with the implementation of the strength and conditioning program for the football team as well as coaching the placekickers and punters during practice. Hickok is a Certified Strength and Conditioning specialist (CSCS) through NSCA as well as a certified Functional Movement Specialist (FMS). He holds a bachelor's degree in biological sciences (anatomy and physiology) from the University of Connecticut, as well as a Masters Degree in Exercise Science (strength & conditioning) from the University of South Florida. Hickok was a five-year member of the UConn football team as a placekicker. He ranks in the top-10 all-time leaders in points scored and field goals in the team's 100-plus year history. After graduating from UConn, Hickok pursued a professional football career and was a member of the NFL Champion New York Giants (2007), NFL Europe's Rhein Fire, and the AF2's Stockton Lightning.
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