Former Georgia Tech strength & conditioning coach for men’s basketball Mike Bewley has been named to the same post at Clemson. Head coach Brad Brownell made the announcement over the summer of 2016.
Bewley was assistant director of human performance for the Yellow Jackets from 2012-16, helping Tech to the quarterfinals of the National Invitation Tournament in March. In four seasons, he was charged with implementing athletic performance programs, supervising team and individual training sessions, and testing strength, power and conditioning for Georgia Tech men’s basketball and men’s tennis.
Prior to his appointment in Atlanta, Bewley was a specialist in sports nutrition and strength & conditioning coach at the University of Dayton from 2005-12. He worked directly with the men’s basketball, women’s basketball, men’s golf and women’s golf programs at Dayton.
Before his tenure with the Flyers, Bewley spent 2002-05 as an assistant strength & conditioning coach at Georgia Southern University. He developed and implemented programs for baseball, basketball, soccer and volleyball while in Statesboro.
Bewley is a 1998 graduate of Eastern Kentucky University, earning a bachelor’s degree in physical education. Bewley earned a master’s degree in education leadership while working as a graduate assistant at the University of Nevada.
Originally from Louisville, Ky., Bewley is a certified strength & conditioning specialist, USA Weightlifting Level I Olympic club coach and specialist in sports nutrition.
His wife, Lisa, has worked as an assistant athletic trainer at Kennesaw State University the past five years.