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Greg Miskinis joined the Penn State men's basketball staff as the program's strength and conditioning coach in
the summer 2016. A nine-year veteran in the field, and member of the Penn State athletics staff since 2009, Miskinis begins his fourth season as an assistant director of performance enhancement. He oversees all facets of performance enhancement for the Nittany Lion men's basketball program.
Preparing the team for competing at the highest levels, Miskinis has developed both in-season and off-season programs that combine speed development, power production, explosive mobility, conditioning, proper warm-up and
cool down techniques, flexibility, agility and regeneration. Miskinis has introduced innovative programs incorporating a high nutritional focus to help student-athletes build and maintain effective habits and achieve high levels of both physical and mental resiliency.
Following his graduation from Penn State, the
letterwinner and former tight end on the Nittany Lion football team (2004-08), assisted the Penn State football team as a graduate assistant coach from 2009-2012. He earned his Master of Education in health education (2011).
From 2013-16, Miskinis worked with the national champion women's soccer team and the men's lacrosse program. He also assisted with the strength and conditioning efforts of the football program, including two appointments as the interim director of strength and conditioning for the athletics department during transitional periods.
Miskinis holds certifications from Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association (CSCCa), Functional Movement Screen Level I, Strength Coach Kettlebell Level I, and the American Heart Association CPR/AED.
The Pennsylvania native is married to the former Megan Altig, sister of Penn State women's lacrosse assistant coach Amy Altig. The couple has a son, Liam Gregory, born December 2017.