Joelle Gage begins her first year as an assistant athletic trainer at Iona College in 2016-17.
Gages comes to New Rochelle after spending last year at Marist where she worked with the Red Foxes’ women’s lacrosse and volleyball programs.
Gage completed her undergraduate education as a student-athlete at Springfield College in Springfield, Massachusetts. After Springfield, Gage continued her education academically and clinically as a graduate student at the University of South Carolina.
During her time at USC, Gage served as the primary athletic trainer for the USC women’s tennis and golf teams, as well as an assistant to the athletic trainer for the women’s soccer team. During the fall of Gage’s second year, she was the sole medical care provider for the Irmo-Chapin Recreation Commission youth football league, through a USA Football and Datalys Research Grant.
In Gage’s second year of graduate school she worked regularly in the USC Sports Medicine orthopedic clinic with surgical and non-surgical physicians and in outreach positions as an assistant athletic trainer with the Columbia City Ballet and two local high schools.
Towards the end of her spring semester, Gage was asked to step into the role of Head Athletic Trainer at Swansea High School where she completed her assistantship in that position. Upon graduation from USC, Gage obtained a position with DJO Global as a field service representative for the New York State Capital Region.
Gage is a native of Saugerties, NY.
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