Jason Good, a member of the Ohio State athletic training staff since 2010, serves as the athletic trainer for the Buckeye women;s gymnastics and fencing programs.
Good, originally from San Jose, Calif., grew up in Jamestown, Ohio, and is a graduate of Greeneview High School. He graduated from Anderson University in 2005 with a bachelor's degree in athletic training. As an undergraduate, he spent four years in the athletic training program working with a variety of sports.
After graduating from Anderson, Good was an intern with the Indianapolis Indians baseball team and head athletic trainer for the Princeton Rays baseball team in Princeton, W.V. Following his stint in professional baseball, Good was a graduate assistant athletic trainer for two years at Eastern Kentucky University. While there, he worked with the baseball program and assisted with football. He earned his master's degree in exercise and sport science from EKU in 2010.
Upon graduation from EKU, Good became the head athletic trainer for the Brockton Rox professional baseball team in Brockton, Ma., until joining the Ohio State athletic training staff. In addition to his duties with athletics, Good is a clinical instructor in Ohio State's school of Allied Medical Professions.
Good is a member of the National Athletic Trainers' Association and the Ohio Athletic Trainers' Association. He resides in Columbus, Ohio.
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