Jason Gallucci begins his 14th year working at Princeton after joining the Tiger athletic department in 2000. He currently works with the Princeton football, men's lacrosse, women's hockey, baseball and field hockey teams.
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, 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.
Gallucci and his wife Angelique have a son Jason and a daughter Sorella.