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Hall of Fame

The NHSSCA Hall of Fame Award honors coaches who have made a substantial impact in high school strength and conditioning throughout their professional careers.

The Process

The NHSSCA Board of Directors and Hall of Fame Members carefully deliberate in selecting each member of the Hall of Fame, as it is the most prestigious award a coach can receive in our profession.

– Candidates who receive a nomination must be a current NHSSCA Member. 

– Candidates must have a minimum of 15 years serving as a full-time faculty member in the role of strength and conditioning coach (private or public high school).

– Candidates must receive at least 75% of the votes from the Nomination Committee.

– Candidates MUST be nominated by another current NHSSCA member.

– Nominations begin Friday, September 1st, 2023 and ends midnight on Friday, September 29, 2023.

– Candidates will be asked by the to fill out an online form that will be sent to them upon approval of their nomination.

– Candidates will submit a resume, three letters of recommendation and a letter of influence to the Nomination Committee.

– The letters of recommendation should be written by co-workers, employers, or other professionals that have experience with the nominee.

– The letter of influence should be from an athlete that was trained by the nominee. This letter should be about the positive influence on him/her and how it impacted their life during and after athletics.

– Following the final vote, all selected candidates will need to submit a high resolution head shot (1MB or larger), a short biography (no more than a half page), any website, social media or other contact information willing to be shared, and a signed media release in order for us to promote the award and coaching recognition.

– If you have any questions about the process, please contact Steve Schween.

Congratulations to the Class of 2023

Hall of Fame

Reb Brock

With 38 years as a strength coach, Reb Brock trained athletes including RG3, first responders, and military personnel. Previously a Muscle Rehabilitation Specialist, he now focuses on sport performance for grades 7-12 and is the Strength Director for Harker Heights High, Texas. Certified in Olympic Weightlifting, Brock co-directs NHSSCA’s Texas branch.


Michelle Hart-Miller, a Londonderry HS alum and New Hampshire’s pioneering school athletic trainer, introduced college-tier strength programs at LHS. Certified in strength & conditioning, she’s lauded by alumni for fostering collegiate athletic readiness. Many return as interns, with several pursuing strength careers. Michelle’s mission: elevate Londonderry athletes’ potential.


For 37 years, Patrick Cullen-Carroll, a Physical Education Teacher, coached football and strength at multiple levels. A competitive powerlifter, he’s coached Olympic weightlifters globally. With degrees from California State and Azusa Pacific University, he’s advocated for weightlifting’s role in athlete development and taught USA Weightlifting Certifications for 25 years.

Hall of Fame Inductees


Class of 2023


Class of 2023


Class of 2023

CJ Stokel

Class of 2022

Rick Huegli

Class of 2022

Rick Lansky

Class of 2022

Kevin Vanderbush

Class of 2021

Mike Srock

Class of 2021

Larry Meadors

Class of 2020

John McKenna

Class of 2019

Mike Nitka

Class of 2018