Dillon Frees


Hometown: Loveland, Ohio

Dillon is in his final year of the MS degree in Medical Dietetics in the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences with a focus on Sports and Performance Nutrition. Prior to his time at Ohio State, he completed his bachelor’s degree at the University of Mount Union studying Exercise Science with a minor in Chemistry.

Prior to beginning as a Sports and Performance Nutrition intern at Ohio State, he served as a sports nutrition volunteer assisting with the men’s basketball team and working at various fuel zones across campus at Ohio State. Dillon also had the pleasure of being a dietetic intern for the Ohio State Wexner Medical Center within inpatient, outpatient, and food service roles. He currently holds certifications as a certified strength and conditioning specialist (CSCS) and certified personal trainer (CPT) through the national strength and conditioning association (NSCA) and has 2+ years of experience working as a personal trainer for a variety of populations from high school athletes to older adults. Here at Ohio State, he is currently working with the football and men’s soccer teams. He also has spent time with the baseball team and assisting with the food operations side of performance nutrition.

Fun Fact: He has a 1-year old dog named Ollie.