CHESTNUT HILL - Mike Poidomani has been hired by the Boston College football team as the new Head Coach for Strength and Conditioning, Eagles head coach Frank Spaziani announced on National Signing Day this Wednesday.
"We are very pleased to welcome Mike Poidomani back to the Boston College football family," said Spaziani. "Boston College has always been known for its tough, strong, hard-nosed brand of football. Mike has a proven track record of success in producing those results."
Poidomani served as the Director of Strength and Conditioning at Boston College from 1996 through 2002 and replaces Jason Loscalzo, who joined the Washington State University coaching staff in a similar position this offseason. Poidomani had served as the director of strength and conditioning and the owner of MJP Stregnth and Conditioning since 2010, where over 350 athletes in football, baseball, softball and hockey have trained.
"Coach Spaz and I talked about accountability, training tough and training smart, and a hard-nosed approach to football," said Poidomani. "My philosophy is to be relentlessly accountable to our physical development. We want to be a highly conditioned team that wins the fourth quarter. I've always believed in creating a culture of working hard and having fun while we're doing it."
Boston College's football team is coming off a disappointing 4-8 season (3-5 ACC).
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