Jeff Andrews joined Chattanooga Mocs Athletic Performance in July 2009 as assistant strength and conditioning coach. His main sports of responsibility include women's basketball, men's and women's golf, soccer, softball, men's and women's tennis and volleyball, while assisting with football and men's basketball.
Andrews came to UTC from D1 Sports Training in Chattanooga where he was a strength and speed coach from 2008-09. There he was responsible for implementing strength and speed training to various high school teams and individuals ranging from seven years old to adults.
Prior to DI, he worked for an extended period in strength and conditioning at his alma mater, Auburn. With the Tigers, started out as student strength and conditioning coach in 2003-04. He earned a graduate assistant position from 2004-06 before being elevated to assistant strength and conditioning coach (2006-08).
Andrews worked with nearly every athletic program with the Tigers. From 2004-08, he designed and implemented strength and condition programs for men's golf, men's tennis and men's and women's track and field teams, while also working with several professional track and field athletes training at AU.
He has worked with numerous championship teams and athletes. Among the many accolades, he trained six athletes that participated in the 2008 Summer Olympics (Beijing) resulting in two silver (Kerron Stewart women's 100m/Marc Burns men's 4x100m relay) and two bronze medals (Stewart 200m/Leevan Sands men's triple jump). While at Chattanooga, Andrews' protégés have won conference championships in women's basketball, men's and women's golf and softball. The 2006 Auburn women's track and field team captured a national championship.
Jeff graduated with an undergraduate degree in Exercise Science in 2004 before getting his master's in Exercise Science in 2006 with an emphasis on Exercise Physiology. He is a member and certified by the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association (2006-present) and National Strength and Conditioning Association (2003-present).
Andrews, a native of Memphis, Tenn., is married to Alicia Cooper, also from Memphis.