Freeman Strength and Conditioning Center


 Weight Room -- Freeman Strength and Conditioning Center

The Missouri Southern Strength and Conditioning Performance Center is a 3,480 square foot facility offering student-athletes the opportunity to train in one of the finest NCAA Division II strength facilities. The facility consists of 12 training racks, six weightlifting platforms, a full line of dumbbells, 16 upper and lower body weight machines and a variety of cardiovascular equipment.

What Can You Expect?

Each Missouri Southern student-athlete will receive individual attention from the strength and conditioning staff, as well as individualized workouts for their respective sport. The strength and conditioning staff is also responsible for the speed, agility and conditioning development of each team.

Coach Troy Jorgensen

Troy Jorgensen is the director of the Missouri Southern strength and conditioning program. Prior to Southern, Jorgensen spent four years as an assistant strength and conditioning coach at the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA).

Jorgensen worked directly with football, softball, women s swimming, gymnastics, men s soccer and men s basketball. During his tenure, UCLA won ten NCAA National Championships, went to four bowl games, the Softball World Series, and the Final Four. Prior to UCLA, Jorgensen spent three years at Utah State as the assistant strength and conditioning coach. He was responsible for softball, women s soccer, gymnastics, track and field, tennis and assisted with football and men s basketball.

Jorgensen is certified by the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association and the National Strength and Conditioning Association. He graduated from Missouri Western in 1994 with a BS in exercise science, where he was also a four year letter winner in football.