A former Commodore student-athlete,
Chuck Losey enters his third year at
Vanderbilt, serving as assistant director to
Losey served as Tennessee State's Director
of Speed, Strength and Conditioning for six
years before taking the Vanderbilt post,
coordinating conditioning for more than 300
TSU student-athletes. Losey also trained two
TSU players picked in the NFL Draft, including
first-round pick Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie.
Losey started 31 games at defensive end as a four-year letterwinner with
the Commodores. He earned his bachelor's degree from Vanderbilt in 2002.
Losey's wife, the former Lauren Price, is a former Vanderbilt track