Jeff Pitman
Jeff  Pitman

Strength and Conditioning Coach

Alma Mater:
Boise State (1993)

Jeff Pitman, a Boise State graduate and the strength and conditioning coach with the Broncos from 1999-2006, is entering his fourth season in the same capacity since returning under head coach Bryan Harsin.

Pitman, a certified strength and conditioning specialist by the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA), rejoined the Broncos after working under Harsin at Arkansas State in 2013.

Pitman was the head strength and conditioning coach at Boise State from 1999-2006, and then worked with the football program at Colorado, while also overseeing the speed, strength and conditioning needs for each of the Buffaloes' varsity programs.

He also worked at Western Carolina from 2011-12 as the Strength and Conditioning Coordinator.

A three-year letterwinner for the Broncos from 1990-92, Pitman initially walked on to Boise State in 1988 before earning a scholarship and starting at center for two years. He was a member of the Broncos' 1990 team that finished 10-4 and reached the semifinals of the NCAA Division I-AA Playoffs.

He was recognized as an NSCA Strength and Conditioning All-American in 1992, one of just 10 Broncos in school history to win the award at the time.

He graduated from Boise State with a degree in health promotion in 1993, and then worked as a graduate assistant strength and conditioning coach at Minnesota. He earned his master's in education from Minnesota in 1995.

Certified as a level one club coach by USA Weightlifting in 1994, Pitman took his first full-time position as a collegiate strength coach at Montana State (1995-97), working with football, women's skiing and women's track and field.

He then worked at San Jose State from 1997-99, supervising the training programs for all of the Spartans' varsity sports, before joining his alma mater.

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