Jeremy Phillips is in his seventh season as a member of the LSU strength and conditioning staff, first arriving in Baton Rouge in October 2006. He left Baton Rouge in the summer of 2009 to pursue another professional opportunity, and he re-joined the LSU staff in the fall of 2011.
He supervises the strength and conditioning regimen of the LSU baseball program, and he also works with the Fighting Tiger football squad.
As the baseball strength coach, Phillips has worked with the 2009 National Championship team, three Super Regional champions, four Regional champions, two SEC champions, four SEC Western Division champions and four league tournament champions. He also worked with LSU’s 2007 football National Champions, and he has been a part of two SEC football championship squads.
Phillips, an offensive tackle at Georgia Tech from 2000-03, came to LSU from the University of Georgia, where he assisted with coordination of the football strength and conditioning program.
Prior to working at Georgia, he served as an assistant at Georgia Tech (2003-06), where implemented the football strength and conditioning program while also serving as an assistant offensive line coach.
Phillips received a bachelor’s degree in management from Georgia Tech in 2004, and he earned a master’s degree in exercise science from Georgia State in 2006.
He collaborated with three other authors to produce an article published in Strength and Conditioning Research Journal entitled “Metabolic and thermoregulatory responses to a simulated football practice in the heat.”
The Phillips File
Appointed at LSU: October 2006
Birthdate: April 10, 1981
Hometown: Watkinsville, Ga.
Children: Jarret Marshall and Jase Michael (born Sept. 24, 2013)
High School: Oconee County HS
College: Georgia Tech, 2004
Postgraduate: Georgia State, 2006