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Anthony Clah
Anthony Clah
Title: Strength and Conditioning Coach
Phone: (808) 675-3319
Email: anthony.clah@byuh.edu

Responsibilities

  • Head Strength and Conditioning Coach for BYU-Hawaii Athletic Department
    • Designs and impletments year-round workouts for women’s volleyball, women’s softball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s soccer, men’s and women’s cross country, and men’s and women’s tennis
  • Fitness Center Coordinator
    • Manages the weight room and aerobic room for students, staff, faculty, and administrators
    • Enforces rules, creates necessary regulations, and maintains cardio and weight room equipment

Prior to BYU-Hawaii

  • Walked on to the BYU football team as a wide receiver for four years from 1994-1999
  • Taught and coached at Shiprock High School from 2002-2005
    • Head girls’ volleyball coach, assistant boys’ varsity basketball coac, ninth grade girls’ basketball coach, assistant track and field varsity coach, strength training teacher
  • Became a graduate assistant at BYU in 2005 where he was the strength and conditioning coach for men’s and women’s tennis, men’s and women’s golf, men’s and women’s swimming and diving, and softball
  • Became a full-time Strength and Conditioning Coach for the BYU Athletic Department in 2008
    • Headed the design and implementation of the strength and conditioning programs for men’s and women's volleyball, women’s softball, men's and women's swimming and diving, men’s track and field, and men’s cross country
    • Also assisted the other full-time strength and conditioning coaches in training the men’s football, basketball, and lacrosse teams

Achievements

  • Helped train…
    • over 110 All PacWest athletes here at BYU-Hawaii
    • 15 PacWest Players of the Year
    • The inaugural PacWest Female Athlete of the Year
    • Eight PacWest Freshmen of the Year
    • Five PacWest Newcomers of the Year
    • Two PacWest Goalkeepers of the Year
    • One PacWest Libero of the Year
    • 16 PacWest Tournament Champion Teams, including 6 from women’s tennis and 5 from women’s volleyball
    • 19 All-American Athletes, including 13 tennis players
    • 2014 Ron Lenz Daktronics Player of the Year (Volleyball)

Education

  • Received a Bachelor’s Degree in Physical Education (K-12) and Coaching from BYU (Provo) in 2002
  • Received his Master's Degree from BYU (Provo) in Exercise Science with an emphasis in Strength and Conditioning in 2008

Personal

  • From Shiprock, New Mexico
  • The only full-blooded Native American Strength and Conditioning Coach in the country at the collegiate level
  • Served an LDS mission in the South Carolina Columbia Mission

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