|Title:||Assistant Athletics Director, Sports Medicine|
|College:||Eastern Washington '06|
Randy Logan, originally from Helena, Montana, was named as Assistant Director of Athletics for Sports Medicine in July 2011 after previously serving as Assistant Director of Sports Medicine since June of 2008. Randy serves as the head athletic trainer for the Greyhound football team, as well as working with the women's lacrosse and golf programs.
Prior to his time at the college Randy was a graduate assistant athletic trainer at the University of Texas El Paso (UTEP). His primary athletic training duties while at UTEP included working with the Miner's cross country/track and field and football teams. He also assisted the head athletic trainer in providing athletic training services for all UTEP athletes. Logan received his Masters of Science in Kinesiology from UTEP in August of 2008.
Logan graduated from Eastern Washington University (Cheney, Washington) in June of 2006 with a Bachelors degree in athletic training. He was peer selected as the social board member for the student athletic training club and graduated Cum Laude. Following graduation he completed an internship with the Seattle Seahawks at their training camp held in Cheney, Washington.
He received his certification from the National Athletic Trainers Association Board of Certification in December of 2006. He is also a licensed athletic trainer in the state of Massachusetts and a member of the National Athletic Trainers Association. Logan became a CPR and first aid instructor with the American Red Cross in May of 2010.
|Title:||Associate Athletic Trainer/Strength and Conditioning Coordinator|
Krystle Robleski serves as the Associate Athletic Trainer and the Strength and Conditioning Coordinator at Assumption. She joined the Sports Medicine staff in July 2007. Robleski's duties here at Assumption College include daily preparation and coverage of practices, injury rehabilitation and sports medicine game management. She also coordinates the athletic department's year-round strength and conditioning programs. Robleski works primarily with the Assumption volleyball, men's soccer, swimming, women's basketball, softball and men's and women's tennis programs.
She graduated from the University of Vermont in 2003 with a bachelor of science in nutrition and food sciences with a concentration in sports nutrition/athletic training. In 2008, Robleski completed her Master's Degree from California Univeristy (Pa.) in Exercise Science with a concentration in Performance Enhancement. As part of her advanced course work, she obtained the PES certification through the National Academy of Sports Medicine.
While a student at the University of Vermont, she served as the head student athletic trainer for men's soccer, women's softball, and men and women's swimming/diving. She was also involved with offseason athlete injury rehabilitation and also served as President of the Student Athletic Trainer's Society her senior year.
Prior to Assumption, she worked at Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Specialists (OSMS) in North Andover, Mass., where she assisted the physical therapists with rehabilitative exercise for patients with orthopedic injuries. In conjunction to her clinical reponsibilities, she served as the Head Athletic Trainer for Methuen High School in Methuen, Mass. Additional athletic training experience includes Hockey Night in Boston, the Valley Junior Warriors (EJHL), and the Boston Ultimate Disc Alliance tournaments in Devens, Mass.
Robleski is a licensed Athletic Trainer in the State of Massachusetts, is a certified member of the National Athletic Trainers' Association Board of Certification (ATC) since 2003 and a member of the National Strength and Conditioning Association (CSCS) since 2007.
|Title:||Assistant Athletic Trainer|
Andy O'Donnell returns to Assumption for his third season as an assistant athletic trainer for the 2012-2013 season. At Assumption, O'Donnell works primarily with the baseball, ice hockey, field hockey and rowing programs.
A 2007 graduate of the University of Massachusetts, he graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology. In addition, O'Donnell earned his Master of Science degree in athletic training from Bridgewater State University in 2009.
O'Donnell has also worked as an assistant athletic trainer at Walpole High School in 2007, at Brown University in 2008 and at Bryant University. At Brown he worked with the football program, while at Bryant O'Donnell worked with men's lacrosse, football, women's basketball and baseball. He has also worked with the New England Select Lacrosse League Classic and the NIKE Blue Chip Lacrosse Camp in 2009-2010, as well as a medical volunteer at the Boston Marathon.