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Tim Socha
Position: Strength & Conditioning Coach
Experience: 1 Year

Tim Socha came to Washington in December, 2013, as the Huskies' strength and conditioning coach under Coach Chris Petersen.

Socha came to Washington after eight seasons at Boise State as the Broncos' head strength and conditioning coach. He joined the Boise program prior to the 2006 season, just in time for the Broncos' 13-0 season that was capped with an historic win over Oklahoma in the Fiesta Bowl.

Before heading to Boise State, Socha spent two seasons as assistant director of strength and conditioning for football at Louisville. The Cardinals went to bowl games in each of his two seasons there, going 20-4 during his tenure.

Before going to Louisville, Socha worked as a strength coach at Wyoming for three seasons and as a graduate assistant at Auburn from 1999 to 2001.

A four-year letterman offensive lineman at Minnesota (1995-98), Socha earned a bachelor's degree in kinesiology with a minor in coaching in 1999. He also received a master's degree in exercise physiology from Auburn in 2001. After completing his college career with the Golden Gophers, Socha began his coaching career as a student assistant in the weight room following his senior season.

Socha, who attended Ashwaubenon High near Green Bay, Wis., and his wife Jessica are the parents of a daughter, Alexa, and a son, A.J.

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