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Dennis Love
Position: Strength & Conditioning Coach
Experience: 5 Years
Dennis Love is in his fifth year as director of Olympic sports strength & conditioning. In his position, he oversees all Olympic strength assistant coaches, graduate assistants, student assistants, and volunteers. He works directly with the baseball, volleyball, and men's & women's soccer squads.

In his first year working with the team, he assisted the Tigers as they played in the 2010 College World Series.

Prior to earning a full-time position at Clemson, Love served as a graduate assistant for three years under Director Joey Batson. He is certified by the National Association of Speed & Explosion and the College Strength & Conditioning Coaches Association.

Before arriving in Clemson, Love spent two years as a strength & conditioning coach at Catawba and interned at the Athletes Performance Institute in Tempe, AZ.

Love graduated with a degree in recreation in 2000 and earned his master's degree in student affairs with an emphasis in counseling from Clemson in 2008.

A native of Cheraw, SC, he played football and baseball at Catawba in Salisbury, NC.
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