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Robb Hornett
Robb  Hornett

Position:
Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach


Robb Hornett has served as an assistant strength and conditioning coach at Virginia, working primarily with the women's basketball team, since 2014.

Hornett spent the two years prior to coming to UVa working as the head of strength and conditioning for EXOS/Air Force Special Operations, designing and implementing a year-round training program for over 200 elite military athletes. At the collegiate level, Hornett has worked with the Alabama football team and spent two years working as the head strength & conditioning coach at NAIA Marian University. Hornett also spent a year working at Indiana University Health Sports Performance where he created speed and agility programs as well as trained WNBA MVP Tamika Catchings as well as numerous NBA players during their off seasons. Hornett also served as the Indiana Pacers' strength & conditioning intern from 2010-12.

Hornett graduated Bachelor of Science in Sports Performance, Physical Education and Health from Marian University in Indianapolis, Ind. Hornett is a National Strength & Conditioning Association Certified Strength & Conditioning Coach, a National Academy of Sports Medicine Performance Enhancement Specialist and is FMS Level 1 Certified for Functional Movement Screening.

Hornett and his wife, Julie, reside in Charlottesville.

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