B.S. Athletic Training w/ Minor Kinesiology @ Kansas State University
M.S. in Sports Management @ Baker University
National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA) Member
Board Certified since 2017
Mid-America Athletic Trainers’ Association Member
Kansas Athletic Trainers Society Member
Grew up on 5th generation family ranch in Southwest Kansas. Completed undergraduate degree at Kansas State University in which she worked with Kansas State Varsity teams as an athletic training student (Women’s Basketball, Volleyball and Football). Graduated in May 2017. Accepted a position at Baker University as an athletic training graduate assistant in which she worked with various teams: men’s soccer, women’s basketball, men’s and women’s tennis, men’s and women’s cross country and track and field, football, and baseball. Received the 2018 Baker University Outstanding Graduate Student Award. Graduated in May 2019. In 2018 Elizabeth started covering USTA (United States Tennis Association) competitive tournaments. She is very excited to join the OSMC sports medicine team and move back to Manhattan for the brand-new Streamline to Sports Program. She enjoys hanging out with family and friends, spending time helping on the ranch, playing/watching sports, cooking/baking, and traveling.