University of Pittsburgh - Strength and Conditioning


Mary Beth George joined the Strength and Conditioning staff at the University of Pittsburgh in July of 2013.   Mary Beth primarily works with the Volleyball, Men’s and Women’s Swimming and Diving, and Tennis teams.

Mary Beth has trained NCAA and ACC champion divers, Dominic Giordano and Meme Sharp.  She was also a part of Volleyball’s 2016 NCAA post-season appearance and Women’s Soccer 2015 campaign that boasted the team’s first ACC wins.

Previously, Coach George spent the spring of 2013 as an Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach at Villanova University, working with both Football and the Olympic Sports.

Mary Beth George served two years as a Graduate Assistant for Strength and Conditioning and Recreation Facility Management at Salisbury University.  Before that, she completed internships at the National Strength and Conditioning Association and at the University of Louisville.  Mary Beth also spent a short time as a Strength and Conditioning Coach at the Fountain Valley School of Colorado and St. Mary’s High School, both in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Coach George earned a Master’s degree in Applied Health Physiology from Salisbury University in 2012 and a Bachelor’s degree in Sports Management from Denison University in Ohio in 2009. She is certified through the CSCCa (SCCC), the NSCA (CSCS & RSCC), and USAW (Sports Performance Coach).

A Brunswick, Ohio native, Mary Beth resides in Crafton with her husband Bobby and son Danny.