Angie Beisner marks her 18th year at The Ohio State University in 2016-17, and has recently been appointed head athletic trainer. She works primarily with men's lacrosse while overseeing the health care for 35 sports at Ohio State.
Upon graduation from Ohio State, Beisner pursued a graduate assistant athletic training position at Eastern Kentucky University where she earned a master's degree in secondary education with a specialization in allied health science. She worked primarily with football and women's basketball.
From there, Beisner continued her career at Oklahoma State University as an assistant coordinator of sports until August 1999 where she taught physical education basic athletic training. At Oklahoma State Beisner worked with football, women's basketball and golf.
In 1999 Beisner returned to Ohio State, working with men's and women's volleyball and track field and supervising the St. John Arena athletic training room, before moving to her current position.
Beisner is co-author on several publications and spent the past year as the athletic trainer for the USA U19 Men’s Lacrosse team which won gold at the 2016 FIL Championship.
She has also received several honors including the 2015 Linda Weber Daniels Outstanding Mentor award and has previously been recognized as the OATA Athletic Trainer of the Year and with the Alan Brady Service Award for her work with Buckeye men's lacrosse.
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