Tony Pedrotti joined the Stevenson athletic department as the assistant strength and conditioning coach in February 2018.
Prior to his arrival at Stevenson, Pedrotti served as the head strength and conditioning coach at SUNY Maritime in Throngs Neck, New York and also was an assistant football coach with the Privateers for three years. He oversaw all strength and conditioning efforts for 14 varsity programs, including training plans for each team, nutrition plans, and warm-ups.
In football, Pedrotti served as the run game coordinator and offensive line coach. In 2017, SUNY Maritime finished No. 19 in Division III in scoring offense and featured the ECFC Offensive Lineman of the Year. The Privateers made ECAC bowl appearances in each of his final two seasons.
Prior to SUNY Maritime, Pedrotti spent two seasons on the football staff at Bethany College, working with the offensive line, tight ends and running backs. The Bison also qualified for the postseason for the first time since 1980 with an ECAC bowl bid in 2014.
A graduate of SUNY Cortland, where he was a four-year member of the football program as an offensive lineman, Pedrotti earned his Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist certification in the summer of 2015. He earned his Master’s from Bethany in 2017.