Jim Krumpos is the Assistant Athletic Director for performance Enhancement/ Director of Olympic Sports at the University of Arizona.. He works with the Wildcat soccer, volleyball, diving and baseball programs. In his role, Krumpos designs and implements year-round workouts, focusing on strength, speed, agility, explosiveness, balance and conditioning. He produces sport-specific programs that include technique instruction, testing and evaluating, in addition to reconditioning injured student-athletes in conjunction with the sports medicine staff.
He spent the previous two seasons at the University of Miami, working with the men’s basketball and women’s soccer programs. During his time in Coral Gables, Krumpos’ men’s basketball team advanced to the Sweet 16 in 2012-13, its second in program history, and the second round of the 2011-12 NIT. The Hurricanes also claimed their first-ever ACC regular season and conference tournament championship during the 2012-13 season. On the pitch, the Hurricanes advanced to the NCAA Tournament both seasons with an appearance in the second round during the 2011 campaign.
Krumpos previously served as Arizona’s Associate Director of Performance Enhancement from 2008-11. He was the head strength and conditioning coach for the men's basketball, baseball, men's and women's golf, women's volleyball and women's soccer teams.
Krumpos was the Director of Strength and Conditioning at Cal State Fullerton in 2007-08 where he designed and implemented the year-round strength and conditioning programs for all 13 intercollegiate sports. He also spent four years as an assistant strength and conditioning coach at UNC Charlotte from 2003-07, working with the women's basketball, baseball, men's and women's soccer, volleyball and men's and women's tennis teams.
Krumpos initially worked with the Wildcats as an intern and assistant strength and conditioning coach from 1999-2003. He was responsible for the nationally-ranked baseball program, as well as the cross country teams. Additionally, he assisted with the strength and conditioning efforts for Arizona's football, women's basketball, women's soccer and swimming and diving programs.
During his career, he has also worked with athletes in all levels of professional sports, including the NBA, NFL, MLB, arena football and minor league baseball, in addition to Olympic medalists.
A 2003 graduate of Arizona, Krumpos has a bachelor's degree in interdisciplinary studies with an emphasis in physiology, physical education and psychology. He added a master's degree in liberal studies from UNC Charlotte in 2006.
His current certifications include P.I.C.P. strength and conditioning specialist level two, N.S.C.A. certified strength and conditioning specialist, USAW club coach, N.A.S.M performance enhancement specialist, N.A.S.M corrective exercise specialist, N.A.S.E specialist in speed and explosion, a level three fascial stretch specialist, and is SCCC certified.
Rob Harris has been an assistant strength and conditioning coach at the University of Arizona since 2013. With the Wildcats, he works with the men’s and women’s swim, gymnastics and softball teams.
Previously he was in the private performance training industry, having worked for Spark Motion motion analysis, ODY Athlete Development in Bethesda, Maryland, Velocity Sports Performance in San Antonio, Texas and Train 4 The Game, Inc. in Austin, Texas.
Harris spent time as a volunteer assistant strength and conditioning coach with the Texas men's basketball team in 2003 and served as an undergraduate intern with Arizona's strength and conditioning staff in 2000-02. He was also a member of Arizona's club Olympic weightlifting team in 2001-02.
Harris holds a bachelor's degree in physical education from the University of Arizona and a master's degree in exercise science and health promotion from California University (Pa.). He is SCCC, CSCS, USAW and NASM PES certified. He was a member of the U.S. Marine Corp, serving in Operation Desert Storm and Operation Desert Shield.
Assistant Performance Enhancement Coach – first season at Arizona
Hometown: Richmond, Va
Caitlin joined the Wildcat family in January 2016. Within Arizona Strength and Conditioning her teams will consist of Women’s Basketball, Men’s and Women’s Hurdlers, Men’s and Women’s Sprinters. Previously Caitlin was hired at The University of Arizona as a part-time paid internship within the Olympic Strength and Conditioning Program from August 2015- January 2016. Prior to coming to Arizona, Caitlin worked at Virginia Tech as a graduate assistant for the Olympic Strength and Conditioning Program from May 2013-July 2015.
Roanoke College, 2013 (B.S. in Health & Exercise Science),
Virginia Tech, 2015 (M.A. in Educational Psychology)
SCCC, CSCS, USAW, CPR/AED & First Aid
Personal: Caitlin played softball at Roanoke College for two years as a transfer from Wingate University. In 2012, the Roanoke softball team placed 4th in the NCAA Division 3 World Series. Caitlin has played softball for the majority of her life, 18 years. Her passion for the game started at a young age partly due to her mom coaching high school softball. Coaching was a natural choice as her dad was a high school football coach for over 30 years as well.
Phil joined the University of Arizona in September of 2016 and works as the sports nutritionist and performance and enhancement coach. Lewis will oversee all the nutritional needs for Arizona athletes.
Prior to joining the wildcats Lewis worked with the Chicago Cubs organization, working as a sports nutrition consultant for the short A affiliate Eugene Emeralds. Lewis established a nutrition presence in the clubhouse, making an emphasis on how simple natural foods can fuel the athlete. Lewis oversaw the planning of the team’s pre and post-game meals; as well provided any other nutrition information to players and staff as needed.
Lewis also worked as an assistant sports dietitian at the University of Oregon; where he primarily oversaw the nutritional needs for Oregon’s arena sports along with both tennis programs, and softball. Lewis focused on educating athletes on sound performance nutrition practices and provided nutritional resources for proper practice and competition fueling.
Prior to joining the Ducks, Lewis started his career as a graduate assistant in sports nutrition at the University of Arkansas, where he helped implement and grow the new sports nutrition program. Lewis oversaw the nutritional needs for 17 varsity sports helping with nutrition education and the running of several fueling programs.
Lewis also spent a short time at IMG Academy as a summer nutrition coach in Bradenton, FL. Where he primarily taught the foundation of nutrition principals to the up and coming athletes but also assisted with one on one consults for college and professional athletes.
A 2011 graduate from the University of Arizona with a degree in dietetics, Lewis earned his Master’s degree in kinesiology from the University of Arkansas in 2015.