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AT class of 2018 student profiles

June 21, 2018
Posted In: Arizona Campus, ASHS, AT Alumni Newsletter, Athletic Training

Katie Ritter
Hometown: Fremont, CA
Graduate assistant position: Hamilton High School
Future plans: Work as an athletic trainer for USA Swimming
What I will miss most: Being with and learning from our amazing professors and classmates everyday.

Amber Herr
Hometown: Pittsburgh, PA
Graduate assistant position: Head athletic trainer at Benjamin Franklin High School
Future plans: move back to Pittsburgh and find a position working at a local high school and/or hockey team
Favorite memory: Meeting lifelong friends in my classmates

Matt Hussey
Hometown: Morris, IL
Graduate assistant position: South Mountain Community College
Future plans: Minor league athletic trainer with the Chicago Cubs
What I’ll miss most: I’ll definitely miss being around these people on a daily basis. I’ve learned so much over these past two years and had a great time in the process. I’m grateful to everyone at ATSU for making it such an awesome experience.

Alex Boron-Magulick
Hometown: State College, PA
Graduate assistant position: Gilbert High School
Future plans: Undecided
Favorite memory: Successfully defending my thesis and learning new techniques in classes.

Austin Goodrich
Hometown: Modesto, CA
Graduate assistant position: Brophy College Preparatory
Future plans: Working part-time as an athletic trainer at a high school or clinic in the Phoenix area and training/working part-time as a muskuloskeletal sonographer.
Favorite memory: Probably bisecting skulls in the anatomy lab, that was quite memorable. Also all of the hands-on clinical courses with Dr. Anderson.

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