Scott Fisher
Scott Fisher
Title: Strength & Conditioning Coach
Phone: (989) 837-5257
Year: 21st Year
Previous College: Saginaw Valley State (1998)

Focusing on the strength and conditioning of the Timberwolves is Scott Fisher, who is in his 21st year at Northwood.  This is his 10th year as the full-time strength and conditioning coach for Northwood.

Fisher has designed and supervised the conditioning programs for all 18 varsity programs at Northwood. He has instructed student-athletes on proper lifting technique, speed development, plyometrics, strength training and injury rehabilitation.

From 2002-08, Fisher also served as the associated director of recreational services at the Hach Student Life Center at Northwood.   He instructed weight training and conditioning classes as well as supervised a staff of 60 student employees.

Fisher has also served as a Health Fitness Specialist/Personal Trainer at the Dow Chemical Health Promotion.  From 1997-98, he was a Fitness Specialist/Personal Trainer at the Midland Community Center.

He is certified as a Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and Personal Trainer (NSCA-CPT) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association. Fisher has also completed the Sport Performance Coach Certification program by the United States Weight Lifting Federation.

A 1998 graduate of Saginaw Valley State University, Fisher spent time as an adjunct faculty member at SVSU from 2002-03. 

Fisher also earned his master’s degree from Central Michigan University in Exercise Science in December of 2006.

Fisher and his wife Kelly live in Bay City with their two children – son Camden and daughter Lola.