Brandon Kuhn joined the University of Miami staff in October 2019, serving as the strength and conditioning coach for the Hurricanes’ women’s basketball team.
Kuhn comes to Coral Gables after spending last season as a strength and conditioning coach at South Alabama.
Prior to his stint at South Alabama, Kuhn worked as the strength coach for men’s basketball at Manhattan College in New York. In his role at Manhattan, Kuhn not only was responsible for structuring year-round performance and nutritional programs for student-athletes but oversaw the organization’s day-to-day operations including coordinating team travel.
Kuhn’s previous stops also includes two seasons at Coppin State and five seasons at Western Kentucky. During his time with the Hilltoppers, the men’s basketball team won back-to-back Sun Belt Conference championships and produced eight all-conference players.
From 2011-17, Kuhn also worked as a private sports performance coach, with NBA clients like Carmelo Anthony, Tyler and Ben Hansbrough and Will Barton.Kuhn got his start in college athletics at Texas Tech University in 2007, spending five seasons in Lubbock. Originally coming in as a graduate assistant for strength and conditioning, Kuhn worked his way up to head strength and conditioning coach for men’s basketball in 2011.
A 2006 graduate from Angelo State with a degree in exercise science, Kuhn earned master’s in strength and conditioning from Texas Tech in 2010.