Springfield College keeps on infiltrating the NFL in the world of strength and conditioning. Recently, the New York Jets named Bill Hughan '87 their head strength and conditioning coach. Hughan makes the sixth head strength and conditioning coach from Springfield College currently in the NFL Besides the Jets, they are from the Buffalo Bills, Chicago Bears, Dallas Cowboys, Detroit Lions, and the Indianapolis Colts.
Feit had been named the strength and conditioning coach at Eastern Michigan in March of 2010. Prior to that, Feit had been an assistant coach for athlete development at the University of Louisville (2008-2009).
Feit was a 2006 graduate of Springfield College, from where he graduated with a bachelor's degree in applied exercise science. He was a member of the Dean's list at SC, and graduated Magna Cum Laude.
During his undergraduate years, Feit was captain of the football team. He was also a First Team All-American as an offensive lineman, and a First Team All-Empire Eight lineman in 2006. That same year, his Springfield College team went 10-2 and reached the second round of the NCAA Division III playoffs. He then finished his career by playing in the Division III AFCA All-Star game -- the Aztec Bowl -- for Team USA versus Team Mexico.
While at Louisville, Feit was responsible for the implementation and nutrition education program for all football players. He also developed and implemented a researched-based and NCAA-compliant nutritional supplement program and assisted with all program design and implementation of the Cardinal football strength and conditioning program.
Prior to joining the Louisville staff, Feit served as a coaching assistant for athletic development at The Citadel in 2007. He had also been a sports performance intern at Arizona State.