Donnie Maib is the Head Coach for Athletic Performance for Olympic Sports since 2011. Maib oversees all aspects of athletic performance efforts for all sports at the University of Texas with the exception of Men’s/Women’s Basketball and Football. He directly works with women’s volleyball and men’s tennis.
He came to the University of Texas after four years at the University of Colorado at Boulder where he worked as an assistant with all varsity sports.
From 1998-2007 Maib was an assistant coach at the University of Texas working primarily with football and various other Olympic sports – Women’s Track & Field, Women’s Golf, Men’s Golf, Men’s Tennis, Soccer, & Volleyball. In 2007 He was promoted to Associate Coach for Football.
Maib is certified by the Collegiate Strength & Conditioning Coaches Association. He was honored at 8th Annual National Conference of the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association in May 2008 with the certification of Master Strength and Conditioning Coach (MSCC), the highest honor for a coach in the strength and conditioning field.
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