The ladies of Lausanne athletics will enjoy a new addition when they return to campus. The new Women’s Strength and Conditioning Facility is complete and ready for use.
The facility houses a combination of strength and conditioning equipment including four Sorinex racks. Built for Lausanne and emblazoned with the school's logos and colors, the new equipment is an upgrade for our Lady Lynx, who were previously having to share space with the male athletes.
"The Sorinex brand is known as being the best equipment on the market at the moment," associate athletic director and girl's lacrosse coach Cayce Densford said.
Sorinex is the most sought after strength brand for professional teams, colleges, high schools and military bases and is known as an innovator of strength equipment.
The addition of the new facility also comes with the addition of a new women's strength and conditioning coach.
Heather Nichols has been training athletes for 24 years and is certified through the National Academy of Sports Medicine. She is an Assistant Triathlon Coach with BPC Performance Coaching and is also a competitive triathlete and cyclist w/ Marx-Bensdorf/BPC racing. She is also the mother of a rising eight-grader than will be attending Lausanne this fall.
"The facility will allow us to better support the growing needs of our female athletes and in doing so, continue to build on the success of our student-athletes," Nichols said.