Sanford POWER Coach Earns Regional Honor

Hunter Glasscock USD graduate Hunter Glascock has been named the 2016 High School Strength & Conditioning Coach of the year for the South Dakota and North Dakota region.

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – USD graduate Hunter Glascock has been named the 2016 High School Strength & Conditioning Coach of the year for the South Dakota and North Dakota region.

Glascock works for Sanford POWER, the sports training program for Sanford Health. He’s a native of Beresford who holds a bachelor’s degree in exercise science from the University of South Dakota.

He is a Certified Strength and Condition Specialist and is certified by USA Weightlifting. He was chosen by the South Dakota National Strength and Conditioning State Advisory Board for his work overseeing performance enhancement for Lincoln High School in Sioux Falls.

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