Adam Davis was named the Director of Strength & Conditioning at The University of Tulsa in May 2012. Davis works directly with the Golden Hurricane football program and oversees all aspects of Tulsa's strength & conditioning program for all student-athletes.
Before coming to Tulsa, Davis spent the five years as a member of the Baylor University Athletic Performance staff under the leadership of Kaz Kazadi, a 1997 graduate of The University of Tulsa and three-year starting linebacker on the football team. During the his final four years at Baylor, Davis served as the Bears' associate director of athletic performance and before that was assistant strength & conditioning coach for one year.
As associate director, Davis assisted with the football team, directed the training of volleyball, served as the Director of the Iron Bear Club, and oversaw Football's Sports Nutrition Department.
Before joining the Baylor staff, Davis spent one year as the director of strength & conditioning at Loras College, where he directed the strength & conditioning program for over 300 NCAA Division III student-athletes.
Prior to that, Davis spent six months as an assistant strength & conditioning coach for the football program at Iowa State. Before that, he served as a graduate assistant strength & conditioning coach at Illinois State. During that time, he worked with the sports of swimming, women's diving, gymnastics, men's & women's tennis and women's soccer.
Davis is a member of the National Strength & Conditioning Association (NSCA), USA Weightlifting (USAW) and the Collegiate Strength & Conditioning Coaches Association (CSCCa).
Davis earned his bachelor's degree in physical education and exercise science in May 2004 from Luther College, where he was a four-year letterman on the football team. He received a master's degree from Illinois State in exercise physiology in May 2006.