Monty Gibson is in his 11th year as a member of the Texas A&M strength and conditioning staff, having been promoted to assistant strength and conditioning coach in 2003.
In addition to working with the women's tennis team, Gibson is responsible for the strength and conditioning program for the Aggie men's tennis team and serves as the camp director of the Texas A&M Summer Strength and Conditioning Camp. He also has served as the strength coach for baseball and the men's and women's diving teams and assisted with the men's and women's track and field teams, as well as football.
Gibson served as a graduate assistant strength and conditioning coach from 2002-03 after serving as a volunteer strength and conditioning coach from 2000-02.
Prior to joining the A&M staff, Gibson was an elementary physical education teacher at Crockett Elementary in Bryan, Texas, from 2000-02. He served as the athletic coordinator at Stephen F. Austin Middle School in Bryan from 1999-2000, where he coached football, basketball and track and supervised off-season training.
From 1994-99, Gibson worked for the Fort Stockton (Texas) Independent School District, where he was a varsity football defensive line coach, a head swimming and diving coach, an assistant track coach and a freshman football coach.
Gibson is certified by the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association and also is certified as a Strength and Conditioning Specialist by the National Strength and Conditioning Association. The San Angelo, Texas, native also is a member of the Texas High School Coaches Association and is in third year as chairman of the Sports Science Committee for the USTA Texas Section.
A graduate of Angelo State University with a bachelor of science degree in biology and life-earth sciences in 1993, Gibson earned a master's degree in exercise physiology from Texas A&M in 2003.
Gibson and his wife, Leah, have three sons: Garrison (15), Chase (11) and Kyle (9).