Dan Kant-Hull enters his third season with Marquette University as an assistant director of sports performance, focusing on men's and women's cross country and track and field, women's tennis, and men's golf. In 2017, Kant-Hull recieved the 2017 Gatorade CSCCa Young Achievement Award. He is currently pursuing his PhD in Health & Human Performance.
Prior to Marquette, Kant-Hull interned with the Cleveland Browns as a performance analyst. With the Browns, he was responsible for player tracking using Catapult GPS.
Kant-Hull also spent time at Tulane University as an assistant strength and conditioning coach for the football and track and field teams. He also owns division I athletic experience from the University of Iowa, where he was responsible for athlete's workouts for all Olympic sports teams.
Kant-Hull graduated from Carroll University in 2011 with a bachelor's degree in exercise science and a sports nutrition minor. While at Carroll, Kant-Hull was a strength and conditioning intern for the football team.
Kant-Hull continued his education and the University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse where he earned a master's degree in 2012 in exercise and sports science, as well as human performance with an emphasis in strength and conditioning.
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