Casey Clark is in his first year as assistant strength and conditioning coach at the University of Iowa. Clark previously served as a strength and conditioning intern with the Hawkeye football program during the 2011 summer.
Clark joins the Iowa program after serving on the strength and conditioning staff at the United States Olympic Training Center, working with athletes in the sports of track and field, rugby, archery, soccer and volleyball.
Clark was a graduate assistant at the University of Oklahoma in 2011-12, designing and implementing programs for baseball, men's and women's golf and wrestling programs.
Along with his stint as an intern with the Iowa football program, Clark served as an intern with Athletes' Performance, coaching and implementing programs for professional athletes from a wide variety of sports.
Clark competed in football at Winona State, where he was a team captain. Clark earned all-conference honors on the playing field, as well as academic all-conference recognition.
Clark earned his bachelor's degree in Exercise Science and Business Administration from Winona State in 2011. He earned his master's degree in Human Relations from Oklahoma in 2012.
Clark is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist by the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) and is CPR, First Aid and AED Certified by the American Red Cross.
Clark was born Jan. 14, 1988 and is a native of Sun Prairie, Wis. He is single.