Nathan Quebedeaux has been hired as head athletic trainer at Tulane University, according to an announcement by the department of athletics on Monday.
Quebedeaux will oversee Tulane’s entire athletic training staff, and will work primarily with the Green Wave’s football program.
Prior to his arrival at Tulane, Quebedeaux joined the Southeastern Louisiana athletics staff in August 2015 as assistant athletics director for sports medicine where he was the day-to-day contact for the Lions’ football program.
A Hammond native, Quebedeaux returned to Louisiana after spending two and a half years at Temple as an assistant athletic trainer from 2013-15. During his time with the Owls, he provided treatment, rehabilitation, evaluation and coverage for the university’s football, soccer, baseball and softball teams.
Prior to a stop at Vanderbilt as a term professional athletic trainer from 2012-13, Quebedeaux was a resident assistant athletic trainer for two years at the University of South Florida, where he worked withthe Bulls’ football, tennis and dance teams, as well as the cheerleaders from 2010-12. During his time at USF, he was named the Don Joy Resident Athletic Trainer of the Year.
Quebedeaux also spent the 2009 season with the National Football League’s Detroit Lions as a certified athletic training intern.
Quebedeaux received his bachelor’s degree in athletic training in 2009 from Nicholls State, where he played baseball for the Colonels. He later earned his master’s degree in exercise science in 2012 from South Florida.