Hired in March of 2017, Evan Coachman enters his first year as a full-time Coordinator with Performance Course. Coachman returns to PC after working as a part-time coach from 2009-2012. Previously, Coachman oversaw the Strength and Conditioning for the Kansas State Wildcats Baseball and Golf programs. He was hired at Kansas State after spending four years at Northwestern State in Louisiana where he served as the Director of Strength and Conditioning, working primarily with the football, baseball, volleyball and tennis programs.
Prior to Northwestern State, Coachman was a football and Strength and Conditioning coach for 17 months at his alma mater of Austin College. As a student-athlete at Austin College, Coachman played receiver and free safety, earning all-conference honors at receiver as a sophomore and then at free safety as a junior and senior. He was also elected to the team’s Leadership Council by his peers.
Coachman earned both a bachelor’s (history) and master’s (education) degree from Austin College as well as served as secretary and vice president of Phi Sigma Alpha fraternity. Evan’s brother, Austin Coachman, is a football/baseball coach at Lovejoy High School. His father, Bruce Coachman, was a long time High School football Coach in Allen, Plano and Frisco.
Coachman is certified through the National Strength and Conditioning Association and by USA Weightlifting. He also holds his Functional Movement Screen and Functional Range Conditioning certifications.