Baseball, Men & Women's Tennis, Football
Shelton Stevens enters his first season as a member of the Southern Miss strength & conditioning staff.
Prior to USM, Stevens was the Head strength coach at Nova Southeastern University where he overseen all 17 sports in all facets of strength & conditioning. During his two-year tenure at NSU he had 4 National Championships, 7 Conference Championships, and 12 All-Americans. Stevens also spent time as Head Olympic strength coach while assisting with football at Wofford College. Stevens then landed at Louisiana State University where he was mentored by renowned strength coach Tommy Moffitt at LSU. He worked closely with the Tigers' nationally ranked football team and 2009 national champion baseball team. He also gained experience from Florida State University where he primarily worked with the Seminole football team.
Stevens is a member of the Certified Strength & Conditioning Coaches association (CSCCa) where he holds his Strength & Conditioning Coaches Certification (SCCC). He is also certified through the United States of America Weightlifting association (USAW) the national governing body for weightlifting in the United States. Also Stevens is a member of the National Strength & Conditioning Association (NSCA) where he is a Registered Strength & Conditioning Coach (RSCC).
He holds his Master Degree in Athletic Administration from Nova Southeastern University and currently resides in Hattiesburg, MS.