Athletic Training Staff

Terry DeZeeuw
Associate Athletic Director for Sport Performance
Terry.Dezeeuw@colostate.edu | (970) 491-6756

DeZeeuw, who owns experience in four top Division I athletic training rooms, oversees the sports performance program for all 16 varsity sports at CSU.  In an effort to maintain the health and well-being of every Rams student-athlete, DeZeeuw manages all aspects of the Sports Medicine program including an athletic training staff of six full-time assistant and four graduate assistant athletic trainers. Additionally, DeZeeuw supervises strength and conditioning, sports nutrition, and mental health services within the Department of Athletics to coordinate all aspects of student-athlete wellness.

DeZeeuw (pronounced duh-ZAY-oh) came to Colorado State from Purdue University, where he spent eight years (1998-2006) as an assistant athletic trainer. With the Boilermakers, he worked primarily with football while supervising the athletic training needs of tennis, wrestling, and swimming and diving.

In addition to his hands-on athletic training duties with the Big Ten school, DeZeeuw also served as a clinical instructor for Purdue's undergraduate athletic training program, as well as a classroom instructor for the therapeutic exercise course within the athletic training curriculum.

While at Ohio State from 1996-98 as a graduate assistant athletic trainer, DeZeeuw supported the Buckeyes' fulltime certified athletic trainers with daily football operations, working with some of the nation's top football players. He also worked as Ohio State's supervising trainer for men's and women's gymnastics and women's crew, while assisting with wrestling, men's and women's swimming and diving, synchronized swimming, and fencing.

In four years as a student athletic trainer at the University of Iowa, he worked primarily with football but also gained clinical experience with men's basketball, women's basketball, cross country, field hockey, gymnastics, softball, swimming, tennis, track and field, volleyball and wrestiling.

A 1996 graduate of the University of Iowa, DeZeeuw received his bachelor's degree in exercise science with an emphasis in athletic training. He then earned a master's in allied medical professions with an emphasis in health care management from Ohio State in 1998.

He is a certified athletic trainer and a member of the National Athletic Trainers Association.

A native of Hawarden, Iowa, DeZeeuw graduated from West Sioux High School in Hawarden.

He and his wife, Elaine, reside in Fort Collins with their two children, Nadia and Elliot.

Annie Lopez, MS, ATC
Assistant Athletic Trainer
Annie.Lopez@ColoState.edu | (970) 491-6756

Responsibilities

  • Directly responsible for the health care of the women's basketball and women's golf teams.
  • Oversees the graduate assistant student athletic trainers with women's soccer, and cheer and pom squads.
  • Coordinates activities between athletes, coaches, and team physician
  • Athletic training department webmaster
  • G.O.L.D. (Goal Oriented Leadership Development) team member

Career Highlights

  • Is in her ninth year at Colorado State University
  • Graduate assistant athletic trainer at Purdue University working primarily with women's softball and cheerleading, and secondarily working with football
  • Worked for a year at Tulane University with football, track and field, and cross country
  • Athletic training student at Iowa State University
  • BOC Certified Athletic Trainer and a member of the National Athletic Trainers' Association

Education

  • Earned a Bachelors of Science Degree in exercise and sports science with an emphasis in athletic training from Iowa State University
  • Earned a Masters of Science Degree in pedagogy and administration from Purdue University

Personal

  • Born and raised in Urbandale, Iowa
  • Resides in Fort Collins, Colo. with her husband Brian Bauman

Mac McDonald, MS, ATC, CSCS
Assistant Athletic Trainer
Mac.mcdonald@colostate.edu | (970) 491-6756

Responsibilities

  • Directly responsible for the care and treatment of men's basketball and swimming & diving.
  • Coordinates activities between athletes, coaches and team physician.

Career Highlights

  • In fifth year with Colorado State University
  • Worked for six years as the athletic trainer for the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga men's basketball program
  • Graduate Assistant athletic trainer at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
  • Athletic training student at the University of Northern Colorado
  • BOC certified athletic trainer and member of National Athletic Trainers' Association
  • Certified strength and conditioning specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association
  • Completed internship with the Colorado Rapids soccer team

Education

  • Earned a Master of Science Degree in health and human performance from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
  • Earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in exercise and sports science with an emphasis in athletic training from the University of Northern Colorado

Personal

  • Raised in Bayfield, CO
  • Veteran of the U.S. Army
  • Resides in Fort Collins with wife Karrie and children Aidan, Genevieve, and Layla

Greg Jensen, MS, ATC
Assistant Athletic Trainer
Greg.Jensen@colostate.edu | (970) 491-6756

Responsibilities

  • Directly responsible for the care and treatment of football and men's golf
  • Coordinates activities between athletes, coaches, and team physician

Career Highlights

  • In his fourth year with Colorado State University
  • Worked for twelve years as the Athletic Trainer for the Colorado School of Mines Football program
  • Athletic Trainer for the Colorado School of Mines Men's and Women's Basketball, Men's and Women's Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field, Men's Tennis and Men's and Women's Swimming and Diving programs
  • Worked for seven years as the Athletic Trainer for McKee Medical Center Sports Medicine in Loveland, CO
  • BOC Certified Athletic Trainer and member of the National Athletic Trainers' Association
  • Registered Athletic Trainer in Colorado

Education

  • Master of Science Degree in Exercise and Sport Science from Colorado State University in 1998
  • Bachelor of Science Degree in Exercise and Sport Science, concentration in Sports Medicine from Colorado State University in 1992

Personal

  • Raised in Golden, CO
  • Reside in Loveland with wife Laura and daughter Ryan

Lee Land, Assistant Athletic Trainer
Lee.Land@colostate.edu | (970) 491-6756

Responsibilities

  • Directly responsible for the care and treatment of CSU Football
  • Oversees and coordinates Athletic Training Technician program
  • Coordinates activities between athletes, coaches, and team physician

Career Highlights

  • In his second year with Colorado State University
  • Worked for 13 years at Southern Illinois University, serving as Assistant AD for Sports Medicine the last three years.
  • Graduate Assistant athletic trainer at Drake University working with football, men's soccer, and men's & women's track & field.
  • Student athletic trainer at University of New Mexico.
  • BOC certified athletic trainer and member of National Athletic Trainers' Association

Education

  • Earned a Master of Public Administration from Drake University
  • Earned a Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training from the University of New Mexico
  • Earned a Bachelor of Science in Education from New Mexico State University

Personal

  • Graduated from Corona High School, Corona, New Mexico
  • Resides in Fort Collins with wife Diane, daughter Shelby, and son Troy.

Brittany Koehler, ATC
Brittany.koehler@colostate.edu | (970) 491-6756

Responsibilities

  • Directly responsible for the evaluation, treatment, rehabilitation, and daily coverage of women's volleyball and tennis
  • Coordinates activities between athletes, coaches, and team physician
  • Oversees the graduate assistant athletic trainer with softball

Career Highlights

  • In her fourth year at Colorado State University, 2nd year as a full time staff member.
  • Graduate assistant athletic trainer at Colorado State University working primarily with softball
  • Interned at the University of Arizona for 2011-2012 seasons, primarily working with football and baseball.
  • Athletic training student at Northern Arizona University working with women's soccer
  • Member of National Athletic Trainers' Association
  • Member of Rocky Mountain Athletic Trainers' Association
  • Licensed in the state of Colorado

Education

  • Earned a Master's of Education degree in Adult Education and Training from Colorado State University
  • Earned a Bachelor's of Science Degree in Athletic Training and a Minor in Biology from Northern Arizona University in 2012

Personal

  • Born and raised in Tucson, Arizona

Anne Bradley, MS, ATC, Assistant Athletic Trainer
Anne.bradley@colostate.edu    (970) 491-6756

Responsibilities
  • Directly responsible for the health care of the men’s and women’s cross country and track and field programs.
  • Coordinate activities between athletes, coaches, and team physicians.
 
Career Highlights
  • In her first year at Colorado State.
  • Spent previous 11 years at Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, NC.  Worked with the field hockey program from 2012-2015 and men’s and women’s cross country and track and field programs from 2004-2012.
  • Graduate Assistant ATC with the Oregon women’s cross country and track and field program 2002-03 and football program 2003-04.
  • BOC certified athletic trainer and NATA member.
  • USATF Level 1 Track and Field Coach.
 
Education
  • Graduated from the University of Oregon in June 2004 with a Master’s of Science in Sports Medicine.
  • Graduated from Hope College in May 2002 with a Bachelor’s of Arts in Athletic Training.
  • Graduated from Shaker Heights High School in May 1998.
 
Personal
  • Resides in Fort Collins, CO.
 
Responsibilities
  • Directly responsible for health care of the CSU women’s soccer program
  • Coordinate activities between athletes, coaches and team physicians
 
Career Highlights
  • First year at Colorado State University
  • Previously attended University of Kansas working with a variety of teams including football, swim and dive, track and field, cross country, and baseball
  • BOC certified athletic trainer 
  • Licensed Colorado athletic trainer
  • NATA member
 
Education
  • Currently pursuing Masters of Education in Adult Education and Training from Colorado State University
  • Graduated with bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training from the University of Kansas in May 2015
  • Graduated from Lawrence High School in May 2010

Kory Carlson, ATC
Kory.carlson@colostate.edu

Responsibilities

  • In first year as graduate assistant with men’s and women’s cross country and track and field

Career Highlights

  • Athletic training student at The University of Utah working with football, and baseball
  • Member of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association
  • Licensed Athletic Trainer in the state of Colorado

Education

  • Currently pursuing a Master’s of Education degree in Adult Education
  • Earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Training at The University of Utah in 2015

Personal

  • Born and raised in Farmington, Utah
  • Spent 6 months living in Peru doing volunteer work
  • Played college baseball at Iowa Western Community College

Amy Prince, ATC 
Amy.Prince@colostate.edu | (828) 291-1040

Career Highlights

  • Athletic training student at The University of Alabama working with football, track and field, women's soccer, and softball.
  • Second year as graduate assistant athletic trainer with softball
  • Member of the National Athletic Trainers' Association
  • Licensed in the state of Colorado

Education

  • Pursuing a Master's of Education degree specializing in Adult Education and Training
  • Earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Training at The University of Alabama in 2014

Personal

  • Born in Natchez, Mississippi, and raised in Hickory, North Carolina.




Mike DeLuca
Mike.Deluca@colostate.edu

Career Highlights
  • In his first year at Colorado State University 
  • Works with Colorado State Football and Cheerleading/Poms team
  • Two years experience with University of Central Florida football team
  • 2014 NFL Summer Internship with San Diego Chargers
  • One year experience with Lake Sumter State Softball team in Leesburg, Florida
  • BOC Certified and member of NATA and Athletic Trainers’ Association of Florida
  • Licensed in the state of Colorado 
 
Education
  • Currently pursuing a Master’s of Education degree specializing in Adult Education and Training
  • Earned a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Athletic Training from the University of Central Florida in 2015
  • Earned an Associates in Arts degree majoring in Pre-Athletic Training from Lake Sumter State College in 2013
  • Earned certificate in Phlebotomy from First Coast Technical College in St. Augustine, Florida in 2011
  • Earned certificate in EMT from Valencia Community College in Orlando, Florida in 2009
Personal
  • Born in Islip, NY
  • Raised in Clermont, Florida




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