Rae Everson begins her 5th year with the Ohio State athletic training staff. After serving as the athletic trainer for the track and field program for 4 years Rae is now responsible for the care of the women’s ice hockey team as well as the pistol and rifle teams.
Everson received a Bachelor of Science in athletic training with a minor in strength & conditioning at the University of Delaware in 2009. As an undergraduate, she assisted with the football, men's basketball, men's lacrosse, softball, track & field, and women's basketball teams. Everson was also a member of Delaware's division I field hockey team. While on the team she earned 4 letters as a defensive back and was a part of Delaware's 2009 Colonial Athletic Association conference championship run. During this time she also served as the president of UD's Student-Athlete Advisory Council and represented the school at the NCAA Student-Athlete Development Conference in 2008.
After graduating from Delaware, Everson was an intern athletic trainer at Disney's/ESPN's Wide World of Sports in Orlando, FL where she provided coverage for multiple sporting events for all age groups. Following her internship, Everson served as a graduate assistant at the University of Kentucky for two years. While at Kentucky she oversaw the men's and women's cross country and track & field teams, acted as an approved clinical instructor, and also served as the athletic department's Camp/Special Events Medical Coordinator. She earned a Master of Science in athletic training from UK in 2012.
Everson is a member of the National Athletic Trainers' Association and the Ohio Athletic Trainers' Association. She currently holds certifications as a Corrective Exercise Specialist and a Performance Enhancement Specialist. She resides in Columbus, Ohio.
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