Katlyn Haycock
Katlyn  Haycock

Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach



Sixteen U-M Student-Athletes Named NSCA Athletes of the Year

Sixteen U-M Student-Athletes Named NSCA Athletes of the Year

• M.S. - Exercise Physiology, Eastern Michigan University, 2013
• B.S. - Health and Exercise Science, Syracuse University, 2011

• Strength & Conditioning Coach Certified (CSCCa), 2014
• Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (NSCA), 2012
• United States Weightlifting - Level 1 Sport Performance (USAW), 2010
• Functional Movement Systems Certified (FMS), 2013
• Etcheberry Certified (Sport-specific, tennis), 2011
• Professional Tennis Registry Certified Instructor, 2008

• Nominee for Michigan Athletics Leaders and Best Awards (2012, 2013, 2014)
• Recipient of the NSCA Student Assistantship (2013)

• Syracuse University, Tennis (2007-2009), Rowing (2010-2011)

• 7th Annual Coaches & Sport Science College, East Tennessee State University, Field-based Agility - Practical Presentation (Co-presenter with Mike Favre), (12/2012)

• Strength training practices for endurance-based sports
• Promotion of women in athletics

Katlyn Haycock joined the University of Michigan Olympic Sports Strength and Conditioning team as a graduate assistant in August 2011 and currently serves as an assistant strength and conditioning coach. She is responsible for program design and implementation for men's and women's swimming and diving and for women's soccer. In her time working at the University of Michigan, the women's soccer team has made two NCAA Tournament appearances, and the men's swimming and diving team has been three-time Big Ten champion (2012, '13, '14) and NCAA champion (2013).

Prior to joining the Michigan staff, Haycock worked as an undergraduate assistant with Syracuse University Strength and Conditioning (Olympic Sports), assisting with the women's tennis, lacrosse, soccer and ice hockey teams. She also completed internships with EXOS (formerly Athletes' Performance) and Etcheberry Sports Performance. While at Syracuse, she was a member of the women's varsity tennis and rowing teams.

Haycock is originally from Grand Blanc, Michigan, and she currently resides in Ann Arbor.

SPORT ASSIGNMENTS: Men's and Women's Swimming & Diving, Women's Soccer