Bryan Tracy will bring his knowledge for fitness and passion for PSU to the sidelines for the women’s lacrosse team this season. He will primarily focus on the fitness and conditioning training of the team. Tracy has been involved with Plymouth State Athletics for over seven years.
Tracy was a four-year member and three-year captain of the Plymouth State Men’s Basketball Program from 2006-2010. A unprecedented four-time recipient of the Phil Rowe Hardest Working Practice Player Award, Tracy was also The Durand Award Winner in 2010 and received PSU’s coveted John C. Foley Leadership and Brad Wilby Awards his senior season. Tracy also was the recipient of the Athletic Department’s Panther Award.
A Childhood Studies major while at PSU, Tracy racked up numerous academic awards for his outstanding achievements in the classroom. He was a two-time LEC All-Academic Selection as well as a two-time PSU Athletic Directors Honor Roll selection.
Tracy has a passion for teaching and coaching. He has been a middle school teacher at the Campton Elementary School for the last three years. Along with teaching, Tracy is a youth basketball program director for the town of Plymouth and is a police officer in Bristol, New Hampshire.
Fitness is Tracy’s passion and he has many different areas of expertise. He has a vast knowledge of weight-lifting, pool workouts, and individualized speed, strength, and endurance training. Tracy is a blue belt in Jiu Jitsu and practices the Burdenko method.
Tracy is a native of Manchester, NH and had an impressive high school career at Manchester Central High School. His basketball team won back-to-back state championships in 2005 and 2006 and he holds the record for most three-pointers in a game (12).