Which College Did Greg Carbin Attend?
Greg Carbin attended the Missouri Western State University in 2007 where he had his B.F.A and went on to do his MASc in 2016.
A four-year letter winner (2003-06) for the Griffon football team at Missouri Western State University, Greg Carbin played defensive back for the Griffons and helped lead the Griffons to their first-ever berth in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Playoffs in 2006.
With 128 tackles (88 solos), five interceptions, and 35 kickoff returns for 794 yards and a 22.6 yard average on kickoff returns, Carbin has amassed an impressive resume.
It is his honor to have been named to the MWSU Athletic Director’s Honor Roll and the MIAA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll, as well as to have been a member of the MWSU Student-Athlete Advisory Committee.
Carbin formerly worked as the director of sports performance at Missouri Western State University, where the Chiefs have their training camp, before joining the Chiefs.
Carbin devised the routines for the student-athletes at MWSU, led the workouts during the school year, and constructed the Griffon Strength and Conditioning program from the bottom up during the course of the last five years at the university.
He returned to MWSU after spending the previous two years as a football and track coach at North Kansas City High School. MWSU was the place where he began his professional career as a graduate assistant in strength and conditioning.