Kelly Clay joined the University of Minnesota staff in July of 2017. She is the strength and conditioning coach for the women's track and field and cross country and women's gymnastics teams.
Previous to UM, she was the assistant sports performance specialist at the University of Kansas, where she worked with the women's rowing team, and assisted with men's basketball, women's basketball, volleyball, softball, women's tennis, and swim and dive. Prior to KU, she was the head strength and conditioning coach and assistant track and field and cross country coach at Kentucky Wesleyan College.
She has her master's from A.T. Still University, and earned her BS from the University of WI Eau Claire, where she compete in track and field for 3 years. She has her USA-Weightlifting coaching certification, and her certified strength and conditioning specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (CSCS-NSCA)
Gophers Beat Cal Poly, 112-68
12/13/2017 - W. Basketball
Minnesota moved to 6-0 at home and 10-2 overall for the season, winning its annual field trip game in front of a few thousand young fans.
Gophers Land Three All-Americans
12/13/2017 - W. Volleyball
The University of Minnesota had three individuals garner All-America honors, announced today by the American Volleyball Coaches Association.
Maroon Brings Home Gold
12/13/2017 - M. Gymnastics
Team Maroon edged out Team Gold 238.200 to 233.800 in the Gophers’ annual intrasquad meet Wednesday evening.