Courtney Siegel began her career in 2004 when she graduated from Otterbein University with a bachelor's degree in athletic training. From there she completed a graduate assistantship at North Carolina State University where she was responsible for the primary coverage of the swimming and diving teams. While providing athletic training coverage for the Wolfpack, she pursued a master's degree in education with an emphasis in adult education as a health profession specialist.
After graduate school, Siegel worked as an athletic trainer at Ohio State Sports Medicine. There, she was responsible for the primary coverage of the OSU Club Rugby teams and assisted in the Ohio State Sports Medicine ACL prevention program, where she aided high school athletes in the Columbus area.
Siegel made the move to Ohio State athletics in 2007 and currently serves as the athletic trainer for the men's and women's cross country and track and field teams. Siegel is also an approved clinical instructor for the OSU Athletic Training Education Program, where she teaches the Ethics in Athletic Training course.
Siegel is a member of the National Athletic Trainers' and the Ohio Athletic Trainers' Associations and serves as a member of the OATA Critical Incident Stress Management team.
Siegel and her husband, Ryan, reside in Hilliard, Ohio, and are expecting their first child in March 2012.
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