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Board Member

Phone: (801) ***-****  HQ Phone
Local Address:  United States
Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association
210 N University Ave
Provo , Utah 84601
United States

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Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Board Member


  • master's of arts degree , strength
  • master's of science degree , sports medicine
  • degree , exercise physiology
  • Master of Science , Sports Medicine
    West Virginia
  • Bachelors of Science Degree , Exercise Physiology
    West Liberty State
  • Master of Arts , Strength Training and Athletic Conditioning
    Ohio State
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Web References
Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association, 10 Aug 2015 [cached]
Leadership, Motivation, and Team Building by Mickey Marotti Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association
Leadership, Motivation, and Team Building by Mickey Marotti
Leadership, Motiviation, and Team Building by Mickey Marotti
Board of Directors Member Bio, 23 June 2015 [cached]
Mickey Marotti
Board Member
Mickey Marotti is in his second season as the assistant athletic director for football sports performance at Ohio State. He is the person Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer trusts in the critical area of strength and conditioning training and overseeing sports performance, and he is an individual Meyer has worked with or hired four times.
"There are times in the year when the strength staff has more contact with the team than the coaching staff," Meyer said, "and I have complete trust in Mickey Marotti's abilities to prepare our student-athletes to be the strongest, fastest and mentally toughest football players they can be."
Marotti, called a "master" of motivation and mental preparation by Meyer when the two were paired at Florida, first worked with Meyer when the two were graduate assistants at Ohio State, in 1987. Marotti earned a master's of arts degree in strength and conditioning from Ohio State before moving on to the University of West Virginia to be a strength assistant. He spent two years at WVU and graduated with a master's of science degree in sports medicine.
From there he went on to the University of Cincinnati, where he spent seven seasons (1990-97) as head strength and conditioning coach for UC's 20-sport program. He also worked in the areas of diet analysis and planning and assisted in student-athlete rehabilitation from injuries.
Midway through Meyer's five-year run as an assistant coach at Notre Dame, Marotti had the opportunity to work with him again when he was named Notre Dame's director of strength and conditioning in 1998. He spent seven seasons in South Bend, coordinating all aspects of the strength and conditioning program for the 26-sport department, including developing a year-round program for the football team, coordinating camps, clinics and special events, and developing policies and regulations.
Marotti was then one of Meyer's first hires when he took over as head coach of Florida in early 2005. And from 2005-11 Marotti oversaw the complete strength and conditioning programs for all of Florida's intercollegiate sports. He also served as the director of the football athletic performance team.
Unique in the fact he is one of only 100 strength trainers to hold a Master of Strength and Conditioning - the highest honor in his profession - certification, Marotti is also atypical in the things he has his players do that all lead to developing a mental and physical edge.
"I believe the strength staffs that Mickey has led have been the best staffs in college football," Meyer said.
A native of Ambridge, Pa., Marotti was a four-year letterwinner as a fullback for West Liberty (W.Va.) University, serving as a team tri-captain in 1986 and winning first team NAIA All-Academic honors in 1987. He is a 1987 graduate of West Liberty with a degree in exercise physiology.
Marotti and his wife, the former Susan Laffey, have one son, Mitchell, who is a freshman in college and a daughter, Madison, a freshman softball player at the University of Notre Dame.
Mickey Marotti Experience
2012-pres. Asst. AD for FB Sports Performance Ohio State 2005-11 Director of Strength and Conditioning Florida 1998-2005 Director of Strength and Conditioning Notre Dame 1990-98 Head Strength and Conditioning Coach Cincinnati 1989-90 Strength Assistant West Virginia 1987-88 Graduate Assistant Strength Coach Ohio State 1987-88 Head Strength Coach Grove City (Ohio) H.S.
Spence stayed in Columbus throughout the ..., 5 Aug 2015 [cached]
Spence stayed in Columbus throughout the fall of 2014, taking classes and working out with a personal trainer recommended by Ohio State strength coach Mickey Marotti.
December | 2014 | Coach Agnello, 1 Dec 2014 [cached]
Following my internship and graduation from Buffalo, I interviewed and was offered a full-time position at the University of Cincinnati with Head Strength and Conditioning Coach Mickey Marotti.
4. Who has influenced you the most as a S&C coach I will say without hesitation that Mickey Marotti, who is currently the Associate Athletic Director for Football Performance at The Ohio State University has had the most direct impact on me as a strength and conditioning professional. Mickey gave a 23 year old punk kid an opportunity to be a full-time strength and conditioning coach at the University of Cincinnati when there were probably more qualified applicants out there. In our time together, Mickey taught me more about intensity of training and motivation than any coach I have ever been around. This man motivated me on a daily basis to be the best coach I could be and he showed me how to get that extra out of an athlete when it seemed like they could do no more. He is a true coach and a great mentor and I am proud to call him a friend.
Mickey Marotti, Coordinator ..., 6 Aug 2008 [cached]
Mickey Marotti, Coordinator Strength & Conditioning, University of Notre Dame Mickey Marotti joined the Notre Dame staff in February 1998 as the strength and conditioning coordinator and is now in his sixth year.Marotti had served as the strength and conditioning coach at the University of Cincinnati for the previous eight years before coming to Notre Dame.
In his role at Notre Dame, he is responsible for the total development of sport-specific strength and conditioning programs for all 26 varsity sports at Notre Dame.
Marotti has earned certifications from the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association (SCCC), and the National Strength and Conditioning Association (CSCS).
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