Tulsa Names Assistant Athletic Trainers to Sports Medicine Staff
July 16, 2012
Hart returns to her alma mater following one year as a graduate assistant athletic trainer at the University of Virginia, where she worked primarily with softball. Before that, Hart spent two years at College of Charleston as an athletic training intern, while working with the sports of women's soccer and men's tennis.
A 2009 graduate of Tulsa, Hart was a three-year letterwinner and two-year starter for the women's soccer team. She started 40 career games as the Hurricane goalkeeper, but missed her final season after suffering a career-ending injury.
Hart received her bachelor's degree from TU in athletic training, while working with the sports of football, men's basketball, rowing, women's soccer and track & field. She is expected to earn her master's degree in Kinesiology from Virginia in August 2012.
Kelsay has spent the past two years as a graduate assistant trainer at the University of Kansas, where she worked primarily with the sport of softball. She also worked preseason football camp and was the sports medicine host for visiting teams.
A 2010 graduate of Boise State University, Kelsay spent two years as an athletic training student working with men's basketball, football, gymnastics and softball.
Kelsay received her bachelor's degree from BSU is athletic training in 2010, and earned her master's degree in sports management from Kansas in May 2012.