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 James Mangiero
James  Mangiero
Position:
Asst. Strength and Conditioning Coach

James Mangiero is in his third year at Boston College as an assistant strength and conditioning coach. He joined the staff in July 2013.

Mangiero came to the Heights from Temple University. He began as a strength and conditioning coach under BC’s current head of strength and conditioning for football Frank Piraino before moving to the coaching staff. He was an offensive graduate assistant during his season year in Philadelphia and then moved to the defensive side of the ball with the Owls before coming to BC. He began his profession career at Susquehanna University in Selinsgrove, Pa., as a tight ends coach.

Mangiero played on the offensive line at Hofstra University from 2005-09. After expecting to play guard in his redshirt freshman season, an injury to a teammate moved him to the center position. That year he started six games. In 2007, he moved back to offensive guard, played in all 11 games for the Pride and started five games. Sustained an injury in 2008 after one game and returned for the 2009 season. He was also a four-sport athlete (football, wrestling, basketball and lacrosse) at Bloomington South High School in Indiana.

He earned his sociology degree from Hofstra in 2009 and is currently working toward his Collegiate Strength and Conditioning certification. His father, Dino, played eight seasons in the NFL, while his brothers, Daniel and Chris, also played Division I football. Chris played for BC head coach Steve Addazio at Indiana.

Mangiero is married to the former Paige Toscano.

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