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AT Class of 2017 Student Profiles

June 16, 2017
Posted In: AT Alumni Newsletter, Athletic Training

Mia Provenzano
Hometown: Saginaw, Michigan
Graduate Assistant Position: Phoenix College
Future Plans: Assistant AT position somewhere in the Midwest or Arizona/West Coast
Favorite Memory: Being able to travel to Oklahoma for the NJCAA D2 baseball World Series with my team after sweeping Mesa Community College in the regional finals.

Carlie Elmer
Hometown: Hamilton, New Jersey
Graduate Assistant Position: Dignity Health Foundation, Arizona College Prep
Future Plans: Athletic training in the military setting
Favorite Memory: My favorite memories of the AT program were the volunteer services we participated in. I loved being able to participate in the Special Olympics physicals, Day for Special Smiles, Ear Day, TOPS Physicals, and more. These events made a difference in the lives of the patients and I felt it opened my eyes to all the positive aspects of life. I truly enjoyed helping others through these events.

Luke Beermann
Hometown: Floral Park, New York
Graduate Assistant Position: Brophy College Preparatory
Future Plans: Undecided
What will you miss most: The entire ATSU family and never having to pick up a snow shovel for any reason whatsoever.

Miranda Higgins
Hometown: De Pere, Wisconsin
Graduate Assistant Position: Phoenix College
Future Plans: Continue working in the collegiate setting
Favorite Memory: Going to the NJCAA Division II College World Series in Enid, Oklahoma.

Larynn Shumaker
Hometown: Lena, Illinois
Graduate Assistant Position: Chandler Preparatory Academy
Future Plans: I would enjoy a career as a clinical athletic trainer in the hospital setting or the industrial setting.
What will you miss most: I will miss my classmates the most. We spent so much time together, both in class and out of class, and they made everything much more enjoyable. I couldn’t have asked for a better support system and network during my time at ATSU.

Andrew Williams
Hometown: Graton, California
Graduate Assistant Position: Salt River High School
Future Plans: Industrial setting for a few years, then determine if I will stay, or pursue a doctorate or a physiotherapy degree
What will you miss most: Intellectual and peer communication with continuous learning opportunities.

Alex Allen
Hometown: Nipomo, California
Graduate Assistant Position: Fountain Hills High School
Future Plans: Athletic Trainer for Work Fit in Renton, Washington
What will you miss most: Question of the day!! And the staff and my classmates of course.

Krista Hixson
Hometown: Enumclaw, Washington
Graduate Assistant Position: FITLIFE Health Systems
Future Plans: Sports Medicine and Anatomy/Physiology teacher for the East Valley Institute of Technology in Fountain Hills and Athletic Trainer at FITLIFE Health Systems
What will you miss most: The ease of access to great mentors, colleagues, and friends.

Hannah Horris
Hometown: Boston, Massachusetts
Graduate Assistant Position: Desert Mountain High School
Future Plans: Assistant Athletic Trainer at Middlebury College
What will you miss most: Dr. Anderson’s “Question of the Day”.

Rachel Johnson
Hometown: Bear, Delaware
Graduate Assistant Position: Xavier College Preparatory
Future Plans: Pursue my PhD at the University of Georgia
What will you miss most: The faculty, staff, and students at ATSU.

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