Lance Louth is in his first year at Walsh University and serves as the Strength and Conditioning Head Coach. Louth will be working with all of the sports programs at Walsh.
Louth has developed and implemented sport specific strength, conditioning, flexibility, speed and agility programs at a number of different universities.
Prior to his arrival in North Canton, Louth served as the strength and conditioning assistant coach at Robert Morris University from October 2016 to January 2018. While working with the Colonials, Louth developed and implemented year-round strength and conditioning programs for 5 varsity sports, including softball, men's and women's soccer, cheerleading and cross country as well as the women’s rugby club team.
Louth first began working in strength and conditioning as an intern at Indiana University where he later became a strength and conditioning assistant coach for the IU cross country team and also helped with all other Olympic sports. Shortly thereafter, he worked as a strength and conditioning consultant for DePauw University before permanently moving to the University of Wisconsin-River Falls where he served as a strength and conditioning assistant coach working with the women’s soccer and men’s ice hockey programs while also assisting with the other sports programs.
Louth earned a bachelor's degree in German from The Ohio State University and a master’s degree in Kinesiology from Indiana University. He is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and a member of the National Strength and Conditioning Association.
Louth and his wife Cassie reside in North Canton.