Hunter Treuchet is in his third year at Notre Dame as an assistant strength and conditioning coach. He is responsible for designing the strength and conditioning programs for the Fighting Irish men's and women's lacrosse, fencing and cheerleading teams, as well as coordinating research information for the strength and conditioning department. He assists with the hockey and baseball teams as well.
Before arriving at Notre Dame, Treuchet was the assistant strength and conditioning coach at Towson University for two and a half years. There, his primary assignments were with the Tigers' men's and women's lacrosse, soccer, track & field, tennis and gymnastics teams, as well as assisting with the football team.
Treuchet also spent one year (2007-2008) as an assistant strength coach at the College of William & Mary. While with the Tribe, he worked with the tennis, soccer, volleyball, swimming, field hockey and lacrosse teams. Prior to his work at William & Mary, he served a one-year internship at Villanova University.
Treuchet earned his master's degree from Ohio University in 2006. While at Ohio, he served as a volunteer graduate assistant in the strength and conditioning department and also coached the club lacrosse team. Treuchet previously attended York College (Pa.), where he received his bachelor's degree in 2004 and was a member of the men's lacrosse team.