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    Elaine Deppe  
    Elaine Deppe

    Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach

    Elaine Deppe started working as a strength and conditioning coach at IU in the 2008-09 season. Among the sports that she works with are women's soccer, women's swimming, field hockey, novice rowing, varsity rowing.

    Deppe came to Indiana after spending one year as a graduate assistant at LaSalle University in Philadelphia, Penn. At LaSalle, she directly oversaw the men's and women's rowing, women's lacrosse, women's swimming, volleyball, softball and diving teams. Deppe also assisted with the field hockey, men's and women's basketball, baseball and track and field teams. Prior to her time at LaSalle, Deppe completed an internship with IU's Varsity Strength and Conditioning department in the summer of 2007.

    Deppe graduated with a fitness specialist degree with a coaching minor from Indiana University in 2007. She started working on a Masters in Education while at LaSalle and finished her Master's work in 2011 at Indiana in the field of Applied Sport Science. She has the USA Weightlifting Sport Performance Certification in addition to NSCA CSCS certifications.

    Deppe was a member of the rowing team for four years while at Indiana. She received the "Most Dedicated Athlete Award" and the "Team Leadership Award" in 2006. She was named team captain for the 2006-2007 season and received Alpha Beta distinction all four years for her achievements in the classroom.

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