|2016-17 SPORTS MEDICINE GRADUATE ASSISTANTS
Curtis Cazier is in his second year as a graduate assistant at Utah State University. His primary sport assignment is women's basketball.
He graduated from Weber State University in 2012 with a degree in athletic training. While at Weber State, Curtis worked mostly at Bear River and Ben Lomond High Schools. After graduating, he worked at Satsuma High School in Mobile, Alabama. Currently, he is working on a master's in health and human movement with and emphasis in sports medicine.
Curtis is from Providence, Utah. He is married to Whitney Cazier and has a daughter, Charlee Sue. Curtis and his family like to spend time outdoors, camping, fishing, and cheering on the Aggies!
Amy Bresley is in her second year as a graduate assistant athletic trainer at Utah State. Her primary sport assignment is women's volleyball.
Amy graduated from Idaho in 2008 with a degree in athletic training. While at the Idaho she worked with football, women's volleyball and men's tennis. Following her undergraduate degree she was the head athletic trainer at Lake Washington High School in Kirkland, Wash., from 2008-2010. She was an athletic trainer at Whitesel ProTherapy, also in Kirkland, from 2010-2011. She has additional experience working high school soccer, basketball and football camps in Washington. Most recently she was the head athletic trainer at Redmond High School in Redmond, Wash., from 2011-2015.
Amy is originally from Sammamish, Wash., and is an avid Seahawks fan.
Conner Andrews is in his second year as a graduate assistant at Utah State. His primary sport is softball.
Conner graduated in 2015 from Oregon State with a dgree in athletic training. While at Oregon State, Conner worked with football, along with a local high school where he worked men's and women's basketball and wrestling, and a local Division II college where he worked baseball, softball and track and field. He is currently working on a master's in health and human movement with an emphasis in sports medicine.
Conner was born in Olympia, Wash., and moved to Beaverton, Ore., at a young age. He wanted to see what life outside of the Pacific Northwest was like so he chose to explore Utah for a couple years. He enjoys fishing, hiking and hanging out with his friends and family.
Katie DeLost is in her second year as a graduate assistant at Utah State. Her primary sport assignment is football and women's tennis.
She graduated magna cum laude in May of 2015 from Alabama with a degree in athletic training. Katie also graduated with University Honors from the Honors College of UA. During her time in the athletic training program at Alabama, Katie worked a semester each with women's gymnastics, women's rowing, a physical therapy clinic and local high school during football season, women's basketball, football, and Alabama's rehabilitation center in conjunction with spring football. Katie has spent additional time working internships with Athletes In Action baseball team at their headquarters in Xenia, Ohio, and as a community health extender in Cape Town, South Africa. She is currently pursuing a master's in health and human movement with a concentration in sports medicine.
Katie was born in Gainesville, Va., a suburb of Washington D.C. She enjoys spending time outdoors, especially at the beach and hiking. Some favorite pastimes include watching sports, especially college football (Roll Tide!) and the Pittsburgh Steelers, painting, and cooking.
Carley Bishop is in her first year as a graduate assistant at Utah State. Her primary sport assignment is football.
Carley graduated cum laude from Washington State in May 2016 with a degree in athletic training. While at Washington State, Carley worked with all 14 sports, spent one semester with men’s baseball and the last year with women’s basketball. She also worked at a local physical therapy clinic, Pullman High School, Lewis and Clark State, Idaho, Washington and Washington State summer camps. She is currently pursuing a master's in health and human movement with an emphasis in sports medicine.
Carley is from Auburn, Wash. She has been involved in athletics her whole life, playing soccer since age five and lacrosse in high school and then on a club team at Washington State. She loves to spend time with family and friends. She enjoys exploring the outdoors, watching college and NFL football (Go Cougs and Seahwaks!) and cooking.
Alex Kern is in his first year as a graduate assistant athletic trainer at Utah State. His primary sport is football and his secondary sport is men's tennis.
Alex graduated in 2015 from Wisconsin-Madison with a degree in kinesiology-athletic training. While at Wisconsin, he worked with women's hockey, track and field, two seasons with football, and at a local high school. Alex has also worked twice as a summer intern with the Green Bay Packers. He is currently pursuing his master's in health and human movement with an emphasis in sports medicine.
Alex was born and raised in Bloomington, Minn. He enjoys hiking, fishing, watching movies, and spending time with friends and family.
Sonia DelBusso is in her first year as a graduate assistant at Utah State. Her primary sport assignment is football.
She graduated in May of 2016 from Ithaca College with a degree in athletic training. While at Ithaca, Sonia worked with football, gymnastics, men’s soccer, and men’s basketball. She is currently pursuing a master's in health and human movement with an emphasis in sports medicine.
Sonia was born in Phoenixville, Pa., just west of Philadelphia. She enjoys spending time at the beach, going on road trips, hiking, and watching sports, especially the Philadelphia Eagles.
Becka Owens is a first year graduate assistant at Utah State. Her primary sport assignment is football.
Becka graduated from Carthage College with a degree in athletic training. During her time at Carthage, she worked primarily with the football team but gained experience covering all 24 sports offered. She also shadowed at a local high school and at a physical therapy clinic. While at Carthage, Becka was also a research assistant for the Medical College of Wisconsin and aided in data collection for a research study on concussions using in-helmet sensor technology with the school's football team. She is currently working on her master's in health and human movement with an emphasis in sports medicine.
Becka grew up in Barneveld, Wis., a small town southwest of Madison, the state's capital. She enjoys spending time with her friends and family, as well as spending time outdoors. She is excited about wide variety of outdoor activities available in Logan. Despite growing up in Packer Nation, Becka is an avid Patriots fan and enjoys watching football at all levels.
Emily Teson is in her first year as a graduate assistant at Utah State. Her primary sport is track and field.
Emily graduated from West Chester (Pa.) in the spring of 2015. She was given the chance to work with several different sports including football, women's lacrosse, and spring sports at a local high school. Emily then went on to complete a 10-month internship at the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis Maryland. There she worked with football and men's lacrosse. She is currently working on her master's in health and human movement with a concentration in sports medicine.
Emily was born in Harrisburg, Pa., and was excited to see what life was like in the west. In her spare time Emily enjoys playing any outdoor sport, hiking, and hanging out with her friends and family.
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