Princeton Strength & Conditioning Staff

Jason Gallucci
M.S., S.C.C.C., C.S.C.S., USAW

Coach Gallucci graduated from Penn State with a Bachelor’s degree in Exercise and Sports Science and a Master’s Degree in Kinesiology/Biomechanics in 2000. As an undergraduate at Penn State he was a member of the football team including the 1994 team that went 12-0 and won the Rose Bowl. While completing his Master’s degree, Coach Gallucci worked as a graduate assistant strength coach for the Penn State Football team and as the head strength coach for the university’s club boxing program. Upon graduation, Coach Gallucci was hired at Princeton as an assistant strength coach and was named head strength coach in 2002. While working at Princeton, he has had worked published in the Journal of Applied Biomechanics and has co-authored a book titled, Training the Female Athlete: Reach for Victory. Coach Gallucci and his wife Angelique have a son Jason and a daughter Sorella.


Angeline Brambley-Moyer
M.Ed., S.C.C.C., C.S.C.S., USAW Level 2

Coach Brambley-Moyer graduated from the University of Pittsburgh in 2000 with a Bachelors degree in Exercise and Movement Science and went on to earn a Masters degree in Sports Administration and Recreation from Temple University in 2002. While completing her Masters degree, Coach Brambley-Moyer worked as a graduate assistant strength and conditioning coach for the Temple Football team and Olympic Varsity sports teams. After graduation, Coach Brambley-Moyer worked as a strength and conditioning coach for a private athletic performance center, before being hired by Princeton University in Fall 2002. She has since been promoted to the title of Assistant-Director in November 2009. Coach Brambley-Moyer has participated in competitive rugby for 14 years. She was selected for the USA Rugby National Under-23 team in 1998 and various other regional teams throughout her rugby career. She played for nationally ranked Keystone Rugby Club out of the Philadelphia area for 10 years. Currently (2010-present) Coach Brambley-Moyer participates in competitive Olympic Weightlifting, she earned the 2013 Masters Championship Title at 63kg as well as Best lifter in her age group of 35-39 years old. Coach Brambley-Moyer and her husband Tim live in Pennsylvania with their 3 Labrador Retrievers.


James DeVincenzi
M.S., C.S.C.S.,

Coach DeVincenzi enters his first year as an Assistant Varsity Strength Coach for Princeton University. Prior to Princeton, Coach DeVincenzi worked as a graduate assistant in both the Exercise Science Department and Recreation Center at East Stroudsburg University. There, he was the head of the Lifestyle Management and Personal Training Office. DeVincenzi earned his Master’s Degree in Exercise Science from East Stroudsburg in 2009 and a Bachelor’s Degree in Health Sciences from Gettysburg College in 2008.



Terry Joria
M.S., C.S.C.S

Coach Joria joined Princeton as an Assistant Varsity Strength Coach in 2014. Prior to Princeton, Coach Joria worked as a graduate assistant and then as a full-time assistant strength and conditioning coach at Illinois State University. Joria received his Master’s Degree in Kinesiology from Illinois State University in 2013. While obtaining his Master’s Degree, Joria was an associate strength and conditioning coach at Illinois Wesleyan University, where he received his Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology in 2011.

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