CCU

       

Josh Stoner
Josh Stoner

Position:
Director of Speed, Strength and Conditioning

Experience:
2nd Year

Alma Mater:
Centenary College, 1999


02/14/2013

Coastal Football Closes Book on 2012

David Duran, Quinton Davis, Andrae Jacobs, Aramis Hillary and Pat Williams were named captains for 2012

08/02/2012

Coastal Carolina Football Opens Practice; Single Game Tickets Available

Fan Photo Day and Ladies Night is Aug. 25

02/23/2012

Coastal Carolina Names Josh Stoner Director of Speed, Strength and Conditioning

Stoner spent the past eight years at Missouri

Josh Stoner was named director of speed, strength and conditioning at Coastal Carolina University in February 2012. In addition to oversight of speed, strength and conditioning for Chanticleer Athletics, Stoner will work specifically with the football program.

Prior to coming to Coastal Carolina University, Stoner spent eight seasons at the University of Missouri. In February 2007, he was promoted to director of strength and conditioning, after serving as associate director for three years. At Missouri, Stoner was responsible for the athletic development for football as well as the track and field throwers. As director he also oversaw the remaining Olympic programs. He also served as coordinator of an internship program, and director of the Mizzou Performance Coaches Clinic and the Mizzou Performance Club, which helped raise funds for athletic performance needs.

Stoner served as the assistant director of strength and conditioning at the University of Tulsa from 2002-2004. He was responsible for assisting with the player development program for football as well as for women's basketball, men's soccer, men's tennis, women's tennis and the cross country/track and field teams. As a graduate assistant, Stoner was a strength and conditioning coach at the University of Southern Mississippi in 2000-2001. He assisted with the player development for football and men's basketball as well as women's soccer, volleyball and softball.

Stoner also served as the strength and conditioning coach at Centenary College of Louisiana, where he was responsible for all of its athletic teams.

Stoner received an undergraduate degree in 1999 with a double major in applied science and health and exercise science from Centenary College of Louisiana. He completed a master's degree in exercise science at Southern Mississippi in 2001. Stoner holds certifications from the National Strength and Conditioning Association, the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association, as well as United States Weightlifting.

Stoner is married to the former Christin Lawrence from Bossier City, La.; they have two sons, Jarrett and Jackson.