Brett Price joined the Auburn baseball staff as strength and conditioning coach in June 2016.
Price came to the Plains from Rapid Sports Performance in Woodstock, Ga. Prior to his appointment in Georgia, he spent time at Cressey Sports Performance in Jupiter, Fla. In both positions, Price was responsible for developing and implementing training programs specifically designed for baseball players from high school to professional levels.
Cressey Sports Performance, owned by Eric Cressey, is widely considered the national leader in baseball strength and conditioning.
Price has also worked as a camp instructor with New Balance Area Code baseball camps across the country. His primary responsibilities included testing and instruction of high school baseball athletes on proper ways to train.
Price served two seasons from 2014-15 as strength and conditioning coach for Troy baseball and softball in the Sun Belt Conference. During that time, he designed and implemented training regiments for both programs.
He also spent time as a strength and conditioning intern with Troy athletics in 2013 as well as two seasons as video coordinator with Troy baseball from 2011-13.
Price holds both undergraduate (sport and fitness management/business, 2013) and master’s degrees (sport and fitness management/exercise science, 2015) from Troy University. He played two seasons of collegiate baseball at Lawson State Community College in Birmingham from 2010-11.
A native of Prattville, Ala., Price is a certified strength and conditioning specialist (CSCS) by the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). He is married to the former Brooke Spinks of Tifton, Ga.