Oakbrook welcomes Hall of Fame Coach Mike Srock as Speed and Strength Coach
Oakbrook is proud to announce Hall of Fame Coach Mike Srock has joined its athletic department as the Speed and Strength Coach.
During his tenure at Byrnes High School, he helped contribute to a total of 18 state championship titles, including eight football titles, three softball state championships, two cross country titles, and one state championship each in basketball, track, and volleyball. The Rebels won three straight Upper State baseball titles and his training regimen produced numerous individual state champions, including 25 state strength meet winners.
"Coach Srock through his his incredible and extensive knowledge for Speed and Strength training has tremendously influenced our athletes. They are gaining more confidence on the court and field," said Athletic Director and Varsity Boys Basketball Head Coach Joshua Clowney. "They are seeing improvements in their power in their respective sports. We are truly grateful to have such a professional, humble servant leader in Coach Srock!"
Srock was recently selected for inclusion in the National High School Strength Coaches Association Hall of Fame and is one of only five coaches so honored since the inception of the Hall of Fame in 2018.
Coach Srock is married to his lovely wife Judy and has two daughters, Carre and Teressa, a granddaughter, Sterling; three grandsons, Raven, Ryo, and Nikola; Great granddaughter, Alexandria Leigh and Great grandson, Pierce.