About William De La Espriella

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  • 2021 - 2022
    Northern Arizona University

    Masters of Education

    I have completed my Master's of Education degree from Northern Arizona University with an emphasis on Higher Education and Community College. While doing so, I worked with the Strength and Conditioning department as a Graduate Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach.

  • 2015 - 2018
    Springfield College, Massachusetts, USA

    Bachelors of Science

    I have passed and completed my Bachelors of Science in Applied Exercise Science with a concentration on Human Performance and Development. During which time, I was completing various internships in Strength and Conditioning with different Division 1 Institutions and was a 2-time National Champion in Men's Volleyball.


  • 2022 - Present
    University of Florida

    Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach

    Aids in implementation and oversight of all daily training programs for 100 Men’s and Women’s Track & Field / Cross Country, 40 Women’s Lacrosse, and 80 Men’s and Women’s Swim athletes.
    • Trusted to assist and lead 18 professional track and field and swim athletes.
    • Contributes to programming daily training of Men’s and Women’s Cross Country and Track & Field.
    • Direct, implement, and design training for 45 members of the Spirit Squad program, including, cheerleaders, dancers, and mascots.
    • Assist in the instruction, teaching of educational curriculum, and supervision of up to 8 volunteer interns

  • 2021 - 2022
    Northern Arizona University

    Graduate Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach

    • Designed, implemented, and oversaw all training programs for 50 Men’s and Women’s Cross-Country and 25 Division I Men’s and Women’s Tennis athletes.
    • Contributed to coaching track and field, swim and dive, football, volleyball, and men’s basketball teams.
    • Coordinated the integration of Tendo Units into all teams’ programming for velocity-based training and catapults for monitoring of athlete’s speed, velocity, and overall practice volume.
    • Regularly utilized Fusionetics movement screen, Forcedecks and Nordbords to identify movement deficiencies, asymmetries, and posterior chain weakness.
    • Aided in daily maintenance and upkeep of the weight room and facilities

  • 2020 - 2020

    Athletic Performance Intern

    • Coached 7 Division I Olympic sports teams: track and field, soccer, baseball, softball, volleyball, beach volleyball, and water polo.
    • Measured vertical power data daily using force plates to determine athlete readiness, return-to-play protocols, and effectiveness in programs.
    • Engaged in weekly continuing education with staff.
    • Compiled a sport-specific portfolio including an annual plan, needs analysis, energy development plan, and strength program.

  • 2019 - 2020
    Fairfield University

    Sports Performance Intern

    • Oversaw 40 women’s lacrosse athletes in sports-specific anaerobic and aerobic cardiovascular training.
    • Lead strength and conditioning coach for 40 men’s rugby and 35 women’s crew athletes
    • Direct communication with athletic training and coaching staff.
    • Designed Tendo Units protocol to implement power testing and velocity-based training into strength and conditioning programs.
    • Gained the fundamental knowledge of reactive neuromuscular training, RPR, Olympic weightlifting progressions and coaching strategies, and assisted with trigger point therapy.
    • Organized intern group in educational presentations, preparation for various team workouts, and programming workshops as part of intern education.

  • 2018 - 2018
    Southern Connecticut State University

    Strength and Conditioning Intern

    • Coached individually and collaboratively to develop strength programs for 50 Division II football, volleyball, and field hockey athletes.
    • Guided athletes through Olympic lifts and monitored proper biomechanics.