|Position:||Assistant Director of Strength & Conditioning|
|Hometown:||Grand Island, Neb.|
Clint Dominick joined the UMKC athletic department in August 2013. He is responsible for the development of the strength and conditioning programs for women’s basketball, men and women’s track and field, and softball, as well as assisting with the remainder of UMKC’s athletic teams.
Prior to his appointment at UMKC, Clint spent eight years in the private sector where he served as the Performance Manager and Strength and Conditioning Coach at 68’s Inside Sports in Overland Park, Kan.,and the Sports Performance Director at Velocity Sports Performance in Lenexa, Kan. He was responsible for designing and implementing speed, strength, and conditioning programs for scholastic, collegiate, and professional athletes.
From 2000-04, he was an Assistant Strength Coach at the University of Nebraska. While with the Cornhuskers, he assisted with the strength and conditioning program for football and directed the strength program for the men and women’s track and field programs. The track and field team won five Big 12 Championships during his time there. He also had the opportunity to coach several Olympians, national and conference champions, All-American and all-conference performers.
He earned his master of arts in physical education from Northern Arizona University in 2000. While working on his master’s degree, Dominick served as a graduate assistant strength and conditioning coach for the Lumberjacks. He earned his bachelor of science in biological sciences from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 1996. Dominick has been a certified strength and conditioning specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association since 2000.
Originally from Grand Island, Nebraska, he and his wife Debbie reside in Spring Hill, Kansas, with their five children: Mariann, Aron, Alonzo, Lawrance and RJ.