In the Pros

 Madison Foust, Arizona Diamondbacks 2017  This summer I was fortunate enough to work with the Arizona Diamondbacks. While in Arizona I worked at the rehab facility for all of the Dbacks teams. This opportunity gave me hands on experience and relationships that I will never forget. This experience allowed me to build my confidence and knowledge in the field of athletic training. Everything that I learned throughout my internship I will continue to build upon and allow these experiences to better shape me as a future athletic trainer

Madison Foust, Arizona Diamondbacks 2017

This summer I was fortunate enough to work with the Arizona Diamondbacks. While in Arizona I worked at the rehab facility for all of the Dbacks teams. This opportunity gave me hands on experience and relationships that I will never forget. This experience allowed me to build my confidence and knowledge in the field of athletic training. Everything that I learned throughout my internship I will continue to build upon and allow these experiences to better shape me as a future athletic trainer

 Kate Fisher, Falmouth Commodores 2017  This summer I had the opportunity to intern with the Falmouth Commodores of the Cape Cod Baseball League. This was a collegiate summer ball league, having players from all parts of the country and all different schools come and play for roughly 10 weeks with a 44-game regular season. I worked one-on-one with a certified athletic trainer in all pre- and post-game treatments, gameday setups, obtaining health histories, concussion screenings, assisting in evaluations and implementing rehabilitation regiments. I found this to be an extremely rewarding summer by making connections with professionals in many fields, being exposed to ideologies of other schools’ programs, and preparing myself for my upcoming rotation with LSU Baseball.

Kate Fisher, Falmouth Commodores 2017

This summer I had the opportunity to intern with the Falmouth Commodores of the Cape Cod Baseball League. This was a collegiate summer ball league, having players from all parts of the country and all different schools come and play for roughly 10 weeks with a 44-game regular season. I worked one-on-one with a certified athletic trainer in all pre- and post-game treatments, gameday setups, obtaining health histories, concussion screenings, assisting in evaluations and implementing rehabilitation regiments. I found this to be an extremely rewarding summer by making connections with professionals in many fields, being exposed to ideologies of other schools’ programs, and preparing myself for my upcoming rotation with LSU Baseball.