Andrew Wilson joined the Florida State Strength and Conditioning Staff in September of 2004 as a volunteer coach and was promoted to restricted earnings Assistant Coach in November of 2004. While working at Florida State Andrew helps assist with Football, Baseball, and Men’s and Women’s Track and Field. Before coming to Florida State, he did summer volunteer work at Auburn University (2004) and the University of Maryland (2003).
Andrew graduated from Springfield College (MA) with a Masters of Science Degree in Exercise Science in May of 2004. During his time at Springfield College he served as a volunteer coach for 1 year and a graduate assistant for two years. As a graduate assistant Andrew was responsible for designing and implementing programs for Football, Men’s Basketball, Men’s and Women’s Track and Field and Women’s Volleyball.
Before attending Springfield College, Andrew earned a Bachelors Degree from King’s College (PA) in Criminal Justice and Sociology. While attending King’s College he was a four-year starter on the Football team and earned the honors of Co-Captain (1999), USA Today Pre-season All-American (1999), 1st (1999) and 2nd (1998) Team All-Conference honors, and Football Gazette NCAA South Regional 2nd Team All-Star (1999) during his tenure there. He also earned the honors of All-Conference Academic Team (1999).
Andrew is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) since 2002 and Certified Level 1 club coach through USA Weightlifting (USAW) since 2001.