Chase Campbell enters his first season at Rhode Island in 2018-19 after beng named the Director of Basketball Performance in June of 2018.
Campbell has experience at the NBA and college levels. He worked with Indiana Pacers Director of Sports Performance Shawn Windle, one of the top strength and conditioning coaches in the profession. While there, Campbell worked closely with the likes of George Hill, Roy Hibert, Lance Stephenson and Paul George, giving him insight into developing elite level basketball players during both in-season and off-season cycles.
He came to Rhode Island after spending two seasons as the head strength and conditioning coach for the WNBA's Indiana Fever. Campbell also spent two years at St. Vincent Sports Performance, where he worked closely with Butler University athletic teams, including men's basketball. He spent the 2015-16 season with Miami University and also was an intern working with Vanderbilt men's basketball during the summer of 2015. He got his start in the profession as an intern and then graduate assistant at Ball State, working closely with the baseball, softball, gymnastics, men's basketball and women's basketball programs.
A 2013 graduate of Ball State, Campbell also earned his master's degree in Sports Performance from Ball State in 2015.