Prior to joining the Buckeyes, Wong spent time with the University of Oregon as a graduate assistant before becoming the head trainer at Damonte Ranch High School. From there, he worked with the men's ice hockey, men's golf and men's and women's cross country and track teams at Quinnipiac University.
Wong received a Bachelor of Science in kinesiology at the University of New Hampshire and a Master of Science in sport medicine at the University of Oregon. He is a BOC certified and Ohio licensed athletic trainer and an approved clinical instructor.
In addition to his team responsibilities, Wong also oversees graduate and athletic training students and is a clinical and course instructor in the Athletic Training School at Ohio State.
Wong currently resides in Hilliard, Ohio, with his wife, Lisa, and children Kalan and Kaia.
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