|Title:||Head Strength and Conditioning Coach for Football|
|Office:||104 UB Stadium|
Zachary Duval, who has twice served on Nebraska’s renowned strength staff, was named the Director of Sports Performance at Buffalo in 2010.
Before coming to Buffalo, Duval served as Director of Athletic Performance at Creighton University in Omaha, NE. At Creighton, a member of the Missouri Valley Conference, he implemented strength and conditioning plans for the Blue Jays 14 varsity programs, while also overseeing all phases of strength, conditioning, nutrition, re-conditioning and psychology.
Duval also spent over eight years in Nebraska’s “Husker Power” strength and conditioning program. He was a graduate assistant from 1995-97 and was the University’s football strength coach from 1997-2002, during a time in which the Huskers captured national championships in 1995 and 1997.
He went into private business from 2002-07 as the founder and owner of The Xplosive Edge performance center. There created strength software and oversaw a staff that oversaw athletic performance and a wellness spa. He would also co-own and manage the The Performance and Wellness Institute in Greeley, CO for a year-and-a-half.