Milton-Union Schools are beyond excited to announce the hiring of Ken Battiston as the school district’s first Head Strength and Conditioning Coach. The Milton-Union Board of Education approved the hiring of Ken Battiston Tuesday Night. We are very excited about the opportunities this is going to open up for our student athletes. The Milton-Union Strength and Conditioning program will be a year round program allowing all of our student athletes the opportunity to improve their skill sets. The Milton-Union Strength and Conditioning program will be coordinated with all sports that Milton-Union Athletics offers.
Ken comes to Milton-Union after working in the exercise science field for over eight years. Coach Battiston has worked with hundreds of athletes, developed fitness classes, and designed programs for different skill levels during those eight years.
Battiston graduated from Milton-Union High School where he was a standout in football, basketball and baseball. After graduation, Battiston attended Eastern Michigan University where he played baseball for the Eagles. Battiston was a starter for two years for the Eagles and was selected to the All Mid-American Conference Baseball Team his senior year. Battiston gained his bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science from Eastern Michigan University. After graduation from EMU, Battiston competed professionally in fitness leagues and was captain of the DC Brawlers in the National Pro Grid League. Battiston also represented the USA at the International Functional Fitness Championships in 2017.
Ken currently resides in Troy, Ohio with his wife Danielle and daughter Ernesta.
Welcome to the Bulldog Family Coach Battiston!