|Title:||Asst. Strength and Conditioning Coach|
Terry O’Neill, M.S., CSCS, begins his sixth season at the University of Maine. He develops and implements the year-round strength and conditioning program for the team and oversees workouts. In addition to the men’s ice hockey team, O’Neill also is responsible for the strength and conditioning for women’s ice hockey, field hockey and swimming and driving.
Prior to arriving at Maine, O’Neill worked for two years at Canisius College as a graduate assistant. At Canisius he was directly responsible for the design and implementation of sport specific strength and conditioning programs for numerous sports, including men’s ice hockey. In 2006, he was Director of Conditioning at the CAN/AM Hockey Camp. He also spent one season as the strength and conditioning intern at Bucknell University. O’Neill received his bachelor of science degree in nutrition and fitness in 2004 from the University of Missouri, where he was also a member of the rugby team. He earned a master of science degree in physical education in 2007 from Canisius. O’Neill is an NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist.
He resides in Orono with his wife, Kristen, and sons, Jack, who is 3, and Will, born this past July.