Check out these bios for our amazing staff!
Ryan McGraw - YFS, CSCS, USATF Certified
Ryan began his athletic career at Nouvel Catholic Central High School where he helped win two state titles in baseball and then earned a full-ride scholarship to Division 1 and top 10 baseball program at Coastal Carolina University. It is at CCU where Ryan’s career took off.
In 2002, Ryan led the nation in stolen bases and to this day still holds the national record for single season stolen bases. He finished his career being named 1st Team All-American three times along with being voted the fastest base runner, best defensive outfielder and fastest collegiate baseball player. At CCU he was a member of four conference championships. Ryan was drafted by the San Diego Padres and later played for the Washington Wild Things of the Frontier League.
While attending CCU, Ryan was requested to attend several “National Training Facilities” throughout the United States. It was at these facilities where Ryan’s interest to develop his own facility began. He learned the most innovative and productive means in performance training and desired to pay it forward to the community in which he grew up, which was Saginaw.
Ryan’s style of coaching exudes passion and energy that physically and mentally motivates those around him. His continual pursuit for quality and vision of creating a facility completely dedicated to helping athletes achieve their goals came to fruition in 2010 with the development of the Sports Performance Training program at SAC.
Brooke Meunier - MSA, YFS Certified
Brooke began her athletic career at Heritage High School, where she helped lead the basketball and softball teams to a success they had never reached before. She helped lead the basketball team to the Quarterfinals and State Finals in back-to-back seasons and led softball to their first district title. Brooke earned numerous accolades for both sports; most notable was being named a Louisville Slugger All-American in softball. In basketball, she was selected 1st Team All-State two times, and was named MVP of the Saginaw Valley League. She still currently holds the record for the most career points scored at Heritage with 1,299.
Brooke earned a full-ride, Division 1 basketball scholarship and attended The University at Buffalo. While at UB she became the 15th player in school history to eclipse 1,000 career points and finished her career in the top 10 in several statistical categories. Brooke was a UB scholar athlete and was the Mid-American Conference Player of the Week several times.
Upon finishing her playing career, she began coaching local AAU and high school teams in the Buffalo, New York area. It was during this time she realized her passion for coaching and training kids to reach their maximum potential. Since moving back home to Saginaw, her desire to give back to the community has continued as she helps train and coach local athletes. Becoming a part of SAC has allowed her to follow her passions by being involved in athletics and helping athletes achieve their goals.
Jeremiah McClaurin - MSU Football
High School: McClaurin was a PrepStar All-American ranked among the Midwest’s top players by PrepStar (No. 24) and SuperPrep (No. 53). He was rated among the Midwest’s top defensive backs (No. 3) by PrepStar and was listed among the state’s top players by the Lansing State Journal (No. 11), Detroit Free Press (No. 13), The Midwest Football Recruiting News (No. 15) and The Detroit News (No. 24).
He was an All-State and All-Saginaw Valley selection as a senior and registered 34 tackles and intercepted nine passes in 1999. He also picked off a pass on the final play of the Division 2 State Championship game to preserve Saginaw High School’s 14-7 victory over Birmingham Brother Rice. Furthermore, he produced 38 stops and seven interceptions as a junior and was a three-year starter for Coach Don Durrett and had an overall count of 23 career interceptions.
College: McClaurin earned a full-ride scholarship to Michigan State University and played as a part of the special teams and was also a defensive back.
Professional: McClaurin was invited by the Washington Redskins Training Camp of The National Football League. He went on to play in the Arena Football League for The Port Huron Pirates in 2006 and then the Saginaw Sting in 2008 where he won 2 CIFL Indoor Football League Championships.