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Cory Anderson

Cory Anderson

Director of Strength and Conditioning

Phone (218) 755-3292

Cory Anderson begins his first year as Director of Strength and Conditioning for Beaver Sports in 2018. At BSU, Cory coordinates all aspects of the athletics department strength and conditioning operations including the direction of 12 Division I and II teams.

Cory is personally responsible for the programming and implementation of men's and women's hockey, football, baseball and softball programs. He served as BSU's assistant strength and conditioning coach and compliance assistant from 2016-18 before being named director in June 2018.

Prior to arriving in Bemidji, Cory was a Graduate Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach at Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls, Texas. While at Midwestern State, Cory was in charge of implementing strength and speed programs for Volleyball, Women’s Basketball, and Men’s and Women’s Tennis. Cory also assisted with football and was in charge of Midwestern States internship program and also received his second M.Ed. in sport administration.

Before his time at Midwestern State, Cory was the Bloomington Kennedy High School’s first Head Strength and Conditioning Coach. While at Bloomington Kennedy, Cory led the efforts for redesigning a new weight room for Kennedy’s student athletes. Cory graduated from the University of Minnesota with a M.Ed. in applied kinesiology from 2013 to 2014 where he also interned with the Gophers Olympic Strength and Conditioning staff in the spring. Cory also brings experience from a summer internship with the North Dakota State University Bison after completing a summer internship with Bison Football in 2012. Cory Graduated from Gustavus Adolphus College in St. Peter, Minnesota in 2013 with a bachelor’s degree in exercise science where he also played Linebacker for the Gusties.

Cory has been a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association since 2014.