SCCC, CSCS, USAW
Texas Tech University-B.S. Exercise Sports Science '09
University of Texas at Austin-M.Ed. Exercise Physiology '13
Coach Anna Craig has served as an Assistant Athletic Performance Coach at The University of Texas since October of 2011. She came to Texas in 2010 to begin her Masters of Education in Exercise Physiology, Sports Science and Nutrition, and work as a graduate intern with the men’s basketball team, under Todd Wright. In 2011 she was hired as an assistant strength and conditioning coach for football under the tutelage of coaches Bennie Wylie and Jeff "Maddog" Madden. In the summer of 2012 she was named head strength coach for the women’s soccer team, while continuing to assist with football. In 2013 she was hired onto the Olympic Sports-Athletic Performance staff, working under Donnie Maib and heading up the programming and training for Soccer, Men's and Women's Diving and Women's Tennis.
While earning her B.S. at Texas Tech University in Exercise Sports Science with a minor in Education, she worked with the Texas Tech University football team and men’s golf team as a strength and conditioning student coach for 2.5 year under coach Bennie Wylie. She is All-Level Physical Education certified in the state of Texas.
Anna graduated from Liberty High School in Colorado Springs, Colorado in 2005.