Congratulations to Trevor Moawad, Athletic & Personal Development program director and University of Alabama mental conditioning consultant, who helped play a role in the Crimson Tide's BCS National Championship season.
Moawad worked individually with many of the team's players, as well as Alabama head coach Nick Saban. He not only provided off-the-field mental conditioning expertise, but provided on-field consultation, most notably during the SEC Championship and BCS National Championship games.
'"It has been a pleasure to play a role for the Crimson Tide," Moawad said. "The whole staff is exceptional and similar to our goals within IPI. Coach Saban strives to cover all aspects of performance -- athletic, character, career and academic. Sports are much more than running fast and hitting hard -- they are a 24-hour all-encompassing event, and the best coaches take that into consideration. Without a doubt, Coach Saban is an exceptional leader."
Alabama's 14-0 season tied a Football Bowl Subdivision record for total wins in a season and earned the team its first national championship since 1992. The team also featured the Heisman Trophy winner (Mark Ingram) and the Dick Butkus Award winner (Rolando McClain).
In addition to Alabama, Moawad has worked with several of the world's top athletes, collegiate athletic programs and national and international athletic federations since joining the Athletic & Personal Development program in 1999.