Sara Wiley joined the University of Minnesota staff in 1993. She is the strength and conditioning coach for the women's basketball team, softball, swimming, rowing and volleyball teams.
A member of the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA), Wiley came to Minnesota from Wisconsin-La Crosse, where she earned her master's degree in human performance. Before arriving at La Crosse, Wiley earned a bachelor's degree in exercise science at Evansville and was a member of the Purple Aces softball team.
In July of 2008, Wiley was honored as the 2007-08 National Strength Coach of the Year by the NSCA. She is just the second woman in the 40-year history of the NSCA to win the award.
Wiskus, Burns Earn CGA Recognition
4/19/2018 - M. Gymnastics
At the annual College Men’s Gymnastics NCAA Championships banquet Shane Wiskus was awarded CGA Rookie of the Year and head coach Mike Burns was named the CGA Central Region Coach of...
Ogunrinde Crushes Hammer Throw Record
4/19/2018 - W. Track & Field
No. 14 Minnesota rewrote the program's top-10 lists in the hammer throw and the heptathlon on Thursday.
Gophers Welcome Cornhuskers to Minneapolis
4/19/2018 - Softball
In a top-four Big Ten matchup, Minnesota welcomes Nebraska to Minneapolis in a pivotal conference series.