Tulsa Names Rohrk Cutchlow as Director of Strength & Conditioning
Jan. 25, 2011
Tulsa, Oklahoma - Rohrk Cutchlow was named director of strength & conditioning at The University of Tulsa, it was announced today by Director of Athletics Bubba Cunningham
Cutchlow has spent the last eight years at Illinois State University. He has served as assistant athletics director for sports performance the last four years, and before that had the title of strength & conditioning coordinator for the Redbirds in his first four seasons.
In 2006, Cutchlow was one of five finalists for the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) College Strength Coach of the Year Award. Upon his arrival at ISU in 2003, Cutchlow assisted in the design of the Owen Strength and Conditioning Center in Illinois State's Redbird Arena.
Prior to Illinois State, Cutchlow was the head strength & conditioning coach for Olympic sports at Iowa State, where he was in charge of 16 sports, including men's basketball. While at Iowa State, Cutchlow earned a master's degree in education in 2001. He also worked with professional baseball players for the Iowa Cubs for two seasons.
A native of Littleport, Iowa, Cutchlow has National Strength and Conditioning Association certification. He also has club coach certification through USA weightlifting and is a member of the Black Coaches Association. A 1999 graduate of the University of Memphis, he was a three-year letterwinner and two-year starter for the Tiger baseball team.