|Position:||Strength and Conditioning Coach|
Spent nine seasons (2002-10) as the strength and conditioning coach for Cal football and has 20 years of experience in the strength and conditioning field at the major college level.
Named a Master Strength and Conditioning Coach by the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches association (CSCCa) in May of 2007 - the highest honor given in the strength and conditioning coaching profession.
Heavily involved in the design and development of the new Student-Athlete High Performance Center currently being constructed at Cal.
Has trained over 100 players who have gone on to the National Football League, including 29 of Cal's current players in the NFL.
Nine Cal football players have earned Strength and Conditioning All-American honors under his tutelage.
Accomplishments as a Player
Played football for one year at Rocky Mountain College in Billings, Montana, before transferring to Montana State, where he was a member of the school's power-lifting team.
Had a brief career as a professional strong man.
The Krasinski File
Birthdate May 17, 1967 Hometown Colstrip, MT High School Colstrip HS College Montana State, '90 Bachelor's in Sports Medicine Graduate School Oregon '98 Master's in Exercise Physiology Family wife, Summer sons, Johnhenry and Lincoln
2002-10 California Strength and Conditioning Coach 2000-02 Northern Arizona Strength and Conditioning Coach 1996-2000 Oregon Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach 1993-96 Colorado State Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach 1991-92 Rutgers Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach
Bowl Games (12)
2009 Poinsettia California 2008 Emerald California 2007 Armed Forces California 2006 Holiday California 2005 Las Vegas California 2004 Holiday California 2003 Holiday California 1999 Sun Oregon 1998 Aloha Oregon 1997 Las Vegas Oregon 1995 Holiday Colorado State 1994 Holiday Colorado State
LAST UPDATED: December 17, 2010