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Morgan Foster
Morgan  Foster

Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach

Morgan Foster was named an assistant strength and conditioning coach at Virginia in 2017 where she works primarily with the women's basketball team.

Prior to accepting the full-time position at UVA, Foster had worked as a graduate assistant in strength and conditioning for the Cavaliers while earning her Master of Education in kinesiology -- exercise physiology at the University of Virginia's Curry School of Education.

Additionally, Foster served as the performance coach for the U17 Jamaica Women's Soccer Junior National Team, leading training sessions and match dynamic warm up and cool downs, conducting recovery sessions and providing nutritional guidance to players. She served in a similar capacity with Spectrum Sports Performance in Winter Park, Fla., as well as with the Florida Kraze Krush Soccer Club.

Foster graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in psychology from Rollins College where she was a four-year letter recipient for soccer. She is a National Strength & Conditioning Association Certified Strength & Conditioning Coach, a USA Weightlifting Level 1 Sports Performance Coach, FMS Level 1 certified in functional movement screening, and PN Level 1 certified in precision nutrition.


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