Kelly Alexander to Leave CSU-Pueblo
Emporia State athletics has announced the hiring of Kelly Alexander as assistant athletic trainer for the Hornets. She comes to Emporia State after seven seasons as the assistant athletic trainer at CSU-Pueblo.
“We are excited to add Kelly to our staff,” said Emporia State head athletic trainer Dustin Enslinger. “She brings great experience to Emporia State and will help us continue to provide the best health care to our student-athletes.”
She will work primarily with the Hornet volleyball and track and field programs at Emporia State.
”I’m happy to be given this new opportunity to work within another great D-II school and the highly competitive student-athletes at Emporia State,” said Alexander. “I’m excited to get to know and work with the coaches and student-athletes and help them stay healthy and ready to perform at their best.”
While with the Thunderwolves, Alexander assisted in the rehabilitation of CSU-Pueblo student-athletes, including supplying athletic training services to several athletic programs.
Prior to CSU-Pueblo, Alexander was the head athletic trainer at Colorado Christian University’s for one year. Alexander was also an associate athletic trainer for the Cougars for two seasons. She has also served as the head athletic trainer at Chatfield HS in Littleton, Colo., and had an assistantship with the Minnesota Lynx of the WNBA.
Alexander recently completed her Master’s degree in Sports Medicine from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. The 2003 graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire is a Certified Athletic Trainer and has been licensed by the American Red Cross in CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer. She also served in the United States Air Force from 1989-1999.
ORIGINAL ARTICLE: http://www.esuhornets.com/news/2015/7/13/ATHMED_0713154148.aspx