UC Davis Athletics hired Jeff Bourque as its new head strength and conditioning coach, as announced on May 8, 2017. A former member of the strength staffs at Washington, Boise State, Nevada and Arkansas, he will arrive to Davis after spending the last two years at Abilene Christian as its director of strength and conditioning.

While at ACU, Bourque (pronounced Burke) oversaw the strength and conditioning programs for the department's 14 varsity sports, and designed all facets of the speed, strength and conditioning program for football, men's basketball and baseball. As the unit's manager, he managed its operating budget and supervised a three-member staff.

Bourque worked at Boise State as its assistant strength and conditioning coach before heading to Washington once former Aggie Chris Petersen was hired by the Huskies as its head football coach. At both locations, Bourque organized and implemented in-season and off-season lifting, developmental, agility, speed, strength and conditioning programs for football. He also coordinated movement screenings, and specialized individual corrective exercise programs for each program.

While at UW, Bourque also worked with its men's tennis team; Boise State's softball, men's and women's tennis teams also experienced dramatic improvement under Bourque's tutelage.

Arkansas provided Bourque his first Division I football opportunity when he was a member of its program from 2007-11. The Razorbacks' men's tennis, golf, baseball and men's track and field teams also worked directly with him until he joined the strength staff at Nevada.

Throughout his 18-month tenure in Reno, Bourque assisted with all areas of football's strength and conditioning program, and was responsible for all of the workouts involving the Wolf Pack's women's basketball, softball and women's golf teams.

Upon graduating from East Central (Okla.) in 2005, Bourque, a former baseball student-athlete, remained active within the program as a member of its coaching staff. Not only was he an assistant coach for Tigers baseball, he also handled the team's strength and conditioning responsibilities.

Bourque spent the following season with the Savannah Sand Gnats, a minor league affiliate of the Washington Nationals, as its strength coach before joining Cape Cod Rehabilitation as a sports performance coach. In this position, he designed, and implemented personalized programs, including rehab and post-physical therapy workouts for patients.

He and his wife, Stacey, have two sons: Easton and Mason.

Justin Landry is Bay Area Native from Oakland, California. Graduating from St. Elizabeth High School. Prior to his arrival at UC Davis he served as Strength and Conditioning Coach for Men's Basketball at Troy University while assisting with football. 

Prior to Troy University, Landry spent a year working at the University of Texas as a Basketball Performance Coach for Men's Basketball under Todd Wright now with the Philadelphia 76ers.

Landry spent one year as a graduate assistant coach at Tennessee State University where he oversaw the women's basketball team, while assisting with football, volleyball and softball. While working with the Tigers, Landry also worked as an assistant strength and conditioning coach at Father Ryan High School in Nashville.

Landry also spent four months at Baylor University as an athletic performance intern where he worked primarily with the men and women's basketball programs, also assisting with Olympic sports. 

In 2011, he created his own company, Hollywood Athletics, in which he provided strength and conditioning training services. He has trained multiple women's basketball college programs, high school programs, AAU teams, and assisted with basic athletic measurement (BAM) testing and NBDL, NBA and collegiate combines.

Landry has certifications with the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) as a strength and conditioning specialist, the National Academy of Sports Medicine as a performance enhancement specialist as well as USA track & field and weightlifting sport performance coach. As well, Certified Functional Strength Coach (CFSC)

Landry graduated from Cal State East Bay with a bachelor's degree in pre-athletic training, with a minor in recreation in 2012. He completed his master's degree of education in sports science, with a focus is exercise physiology, from Tennessee State University in 2014.

Prior to his involvement with collegiate athletics, Landry was a physical therapy aide at Webster Orthopedics.

Craig Miszewski joined the UC Davis Strength & Conditioning Staff in 2013 and is primarily responsible for supporting the baseball, volleyball, women's lacrosse, men's water polo, and men's tennis.

A native of Upstate New York, Miszewski has been working professionally with athletes competing at every level since 2009. His previous professional experience includes assisting with the University at Albany, Central Connecticut University, Georgetown University and University of Mississippi (Ole Miss) strength and conditioning departments.

Miszewski has worked with a variety of sports at the highest levels of NCAA competition including baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, lacrosse, rowing, soccer, swimming & diving, track & field, tennis and volleyball.

Miszewski earned a bachelor of science degree in exercise science from the Springfield College in 2007. He is currently pursuing his masters' degree in Positive Coaching through the University of Missouri. He has earned credentials from the Collegiate Strength & Conditioning Coaches Association and the National Strength & Conditioning Association.

Miszewski lives in Woodland and remains active by training for and competing in Strongman.

Sheldon Dunlap joined the UC Davis Strength & Conditioning Staff in the fall of 2015 and is primarily responsible for supporting the women's basketball, softball, women's tennis, track & field, women's water polo and cross country.

A native of Statesville, North Carolina, Dunlap has been working professionally with athletes since 2012. His previous professional experience includes assisting at Duke University and with the Orlando Magic as the Head Strength & Conditioning Coach for their Development League team, The Erie Bayhawks. While at Duke University, Dunlap worked with a variety of sports at the highest levels of NCAA competition including swimming, rowing, track & field, baseball, basketball, lacrosse, soccer, tennis and volleyball. Dunlap also assisted with Duke Lacrosse's Championship staff in 2013 and 2014.

Dunlap earned his bachelor of science degree in exercise science from the Appalachian State University in 2011. In the summer of 2012 he earned his Certified Strength & Condition Specialist credentials from the National Strength & Conditioning Association. Dunlap is also a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.

Dunlap currently resides in Sacramento and remains active by training for and competing in powerlifting and Olympic lifting.

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