Grant Geib was hired as a sports performance associate in 2012. He assists with football and baseball and oversees the women's swimming and diving program. He also serves as the sports science coordinator.
Before joining the staff at Purdue, Geib was a term assistant strength and conditioning coach at Tennessee, where he worked with the football, baseball and men's tennis teams. Prior to working in college athletics, Geib spent three years as a performance coach at the Parisi Speed School in Cleveland.
Geib earned a bachelor's degree in physical education from Ohio Wesleyan University in 2009. While attending OWU, he played wide receiver on the Battling Bishops football team and received the Wally Cross Award for athletic and academic excellence. In 2011, he received a master's degree in kinesiology, with a concentration in biomechanics, from Tennessee. His graduate project focused on the role of sprinting biomechanics in performance training.
Geib is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) and is a certified Heartsaver AED through the American Heart Association.