NHS hires strength, conditioning coach


Noblesville Schools recently announced the hiring of a new strength and conditioning coach for Noblesville High School.

Mitch Meador replaces Brian Clarke, who recently resigned.


Meador comes to NHS from Purdue University, where he served as assistant strength and conditioning director for the football and cheerleading programs. Prior to that role, he was the assistant strength and conditioning coach for the University of Tennessee’s football program.

“Mitch brings a collegiate-level perspective to our strength and conditioning program as well as a big heart for working with kids,” NHS Athletic Director Leah Wooldridge said. “We’re excited to welcome him to NHS athletics as we start this new school year.”

Certified as a strength and conditioning specialist by the National Strength and Conditioning Association, Meador also has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Cincinnati. He has been a leader in youth community outreach, dedicating time and fundraising in support of low-income children, children with illnesses and youth literacy initiatives.

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