Bryan McGovern, Director

Bryan McGovern became Head Strength and Conditioning Coach here at Binghamton University in August of 2001. Bryan graduated from Springfield College in 1996 with a B.S. in Exercise Science. Following his graduation he spent a year as a volunteer strength and conditioning coach at Boston College. Starting in the fall of 1997, Bryan spent two years working as a graduate assistant in the strength and conditioning department at Ball State University in Indiana, while earning his Masters degree in Exercise Science. In August of 1999 Bryan became the Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach at the University of Richmond in Virginia, and spent two years at Richmond before coming here to Binghamton. Through Bryan's travels to four Division I institutions he has worked with many different sports, and has trained future professional athletes. At Binghamton, Bryan designed the new varsity weight room located in the Events Center, and has also started Maximum Athletic Performance.Originally from Massachusetts, Bryan lives in Vestal with his wife, Libby, and their two sons Kevin and Micky.
Lori Gleason, Assistant Director

Lori Gleason came to Binghamton as Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach in June of 2006. Lori graduated from SUNY Cortland in 2002 with a B.S. in Kinesiology: Fitness Development. She completed her Master's degree in Applied Exercise Science in May of 2006 from Springfield College, while serving as a Graduate Assistant in the Strength and Conditioning Department for the 05-06 year. During Lori's career she has done internships at Marist College, UConn, and Holy Cross. Lori has worked with many different sports and athletes, and has been tremendous addition to Binghamton's staff. She is originally from Scotia New York, and currently resides in Endicott with her husband Matt.