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Mike Woicik
Date of birth September 26, 1956 (1956-09-26) (age 53)
Place of birth Baltimore, Maryland
Position(s) Strength and Conditioning Coach
College Boston College
Team(s) as a coach/administrator
1978-1980


1981-1989


1990-1996


1997-1999


2000-present
Springfield College
(Track Coach)
(Weight Room Coordinator)
Syracuse
(Strength and Conditioning Coach)
Dallas Cowboys
(Strength and Conditioning Coach)
New Orleans Saints
(Strength and Conditioning Coach)
New England Patriots
(Strength and Conditioning Coach)

Mike Woicik (born September 26, 1956, in Baltimore, Maryland) is an American football strength and conditioning coach for the New England Patriots of the National Football League. He holds the record for Super Bowl rings won by a coach with six, winning three with the Dallas Cowboys and three with the Patriots.[1] Woicik has also authored a book Total Conditioning for Football: The Syracuse Way (1985).

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Early life

Woicik graduated from Westwood High School in Westwood, Massachusetts before attending Boston College where he earned a bachelor's degree in history. He then went to Springfield College to receive his master's degree in physical education.

Coaching career

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College

Woicik began his coaching career as the track coach and weight room coordinator at Springfield from 1978 to 1980. He then was hired as a strength and conditioning coach by Syracuse University, where he stayed through 1989.

NFL

Woicik earned his first NFL coaching job in 1990 with the Cowboys as their strength and conditioning coach. In his six-year stint, the team won three Super Bowls (Super Bowl XXVII, Super Bowl XXVIII, and Super Bowl XXX). He then served the New Orleans Saints in the same capacity from the 1997 season through the 1999 season. In 2000, he was hired by the Patriots, where he won another three Super Bowls with the team (Super Bowl XXXVI, Super Bowl XXXVIII, and Super Bowl XXXIX).

Awards and honors

  • NFL Strength Coach of the Year - 1992
  • Professional Football Strength and Conditioning Society's Coach of the Year Award - 1992
  • Professional Football Strength and Conditioning Society's Coach of the Year Award - 2004

Notes and references

  1. ^ Coaches Who Have Won Super Bowls With More Than One Team Football.About.com. Accessed 2 October 2007.

External links


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