Spurs hired Herring as Director of Athletic Performance


The San Antonio Spurs announced Wednesday that Matt Herring has joined the organization as the team’s Director of Athletic Performance.

Matt Herring (University of Florida photo)

Herring comes to San Antonio after spending the past five years as the strength and conditioning coordinator for the University of Florida men’s basketball and men’s and women’s golf programs. He was an integral part of the Gators back-to-back national championships in 2006 and 2007.

Prior to his stint in Gainesville, he helped the Oklahoma State Cowboys men’s basketball program reach the 2004 Final Four. He arrived at Oklahoma State University after spending two years as an intern at the University of Texas.

“We are thrilled to welcome Matt Herring to the Spurs family to serve as our Director of Athletic Performance,” President of Sports Franchises R.C. Buford said. “Coming from one of the premier programs in college basketball led by Billy Donovan at Florida, Matt brings championship credentials with him and we look forward to the contributions he will bring to our team.”

Herring earned his bachelor’s degree in exercise sports science from Southwest Texas in 1994. He achieved his M.Ed. in kinesiology from the University of Texas in May of 2002. He is a member of the National Strength and Conditioning Association and USA Weightlifting. He also is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and a Certified Sports Performance Coach.

Prior to joining the strength and conditioning field, the Austin native was a teacher in the Schertz school district from 1994-99. (via NBA/Spurs.com)

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5 thoughts on “Spurs hired Herring as Director of Athletic Performance

  1. It seems like he will eventually replace coach Brungy who retired as the Spurs strength and conditioning coach.

  2. There is a reason why the Spurs are one of best organization in the NBA. They are able to do things like this to stay ahead of everybody even in a lockout season.

    I’m proud to be a Spurs fan.

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