Coaches & Assistants

Pierre Ngo
Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach

Biography

Pierre Ngo is in his second year as an assistant strength coach in Chicago. Ngo spent 2015 as a strength and conditioning coaching assistant with the Bears.

A five-year NFL veteran, Ngo spent two seasons with the New York Jets, first as a strength and conditioning intern in 2012 then as an assistant strength and conditioning coach in 2013.

Sandwiched between his NFL experience he served as a strength and conditioning coaching assistant at UCLA in 2014 working with...

Pierre Ngo is in his second year as an assistant strength coach in Chicago. Ngo spent 2015 as a strength and conditioning coaching assistant with the Bears.

A five-year NFL veteran, Ngo spent two seasons with the New York Jets, first as a strength and conditioning intern in 2012 then as an assistant strength and conditioning coach in 2013.

Sandwiched between his NFL experience he served as a strength and conditioning coaching assistant at UCLA in 2014 working with the Bruins football program.

Ngo spent one season at Arizona State University (2011) where he served as an assistant strength coach for the Sun Devils football program and also oversaw ASU women's volleyball, women's tennis and men's golf teams.

From 2009-2011, Ngo worked at Philippi Sports Institute in Las Vegas, Nev., training NFL, MLB, MMA and youth athletes.

Ngo started his collegiate coaching career in (2007) at Arizona State as a strength conditioning intern and University of Nevada-Las Vegas (2008-2009).

Born in Muskogee, OKla., Ngo was a two-year letterman at NAIA Langston University (2004-05) and finished his collegiate playing career as a walk-on at the University of Oklahoma (2006) where he earned a degree in health and sports science.

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