DST Arizona is excited to announce Rick Gannon as our new Director of Athletic Performance on campus at Arizona Christian University. In his tenure over the last three school years, Rick has demonstrated the leadership, integrity, and dedication to continue our vision and stuard our relationship with Arizona Christian University in a way that is representative of our high standard of excellence.
We would like to thank Garrett Kelly for his role in establishing DST Arizona with the University and in the community. Garrett will be continuing his career by transitioning back to DST Houston while also serving on the San Diego Padres Strength & Conditioning Team during the summer – operating at their Double-A Affiliate in San Antonio, TX. We are excited to reintegrate him into our team in Houston next off-season!
Additionally, we would also like to thank Ray Karvis for his time and investment in our AZ location. Without his sacrifice and contributions, DST Arizona simply could not have thrived as it has done. Ray will be tasked with expanding and finding DST business opportunities in the Phoenix area! Coach K has been an integral part of the S&C integration at ACU as the Associate Director of Athletic Performance. “I would like to thank all the coaches and athletes that I have had the opportunity to work with on their path to becoming better athletes. It has truly been a privilege. I wish all the teams and athletes continued success and will always be grateful. May God Bless.”
Jamie Balevic, who has been handling the After-School Program for DST Arizona will be assisting Rick with the ACU teams. To continue to grow the DST Arizona and ACU staff, we will be turning to candidates that have been through our intern process. This interview and hiring process has already commenced, and we will be announcing those hires as they are made over the next several weeks. All of us in the Dynamic Sports Training family are eager to see the continued growth of the company and the expansion of impact we may be able to have on the community and in the lives of our athletes.
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