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  Bob Kuzmeski
Bob Kuzmeski

Athletic Trainer

10th Season

Alma Mater:
Springfield College, 1988

Bob Kuzmeski enters his tenth year working at the University of Massachusetts. This is his first year with the Men's Soccer team. He has worked with the Men's Lacrosse team for the past four seasons. Prior to that, he worked with the Men's Hockey and Football teams. He is also currently the co-director for the Springfield College Athletic Training Workshop. Kuzmeski came to UMass following a seven-year stint as a science teacher and athletic trainer at Eaglebrook School.

Kuzmeski received his bachelor's degree in health fitness with a concentration in athletic training in May 1988 from Springfield College. He received his master's degree in health science with a concentration in sports injury prevention and management from Springfield College in 1992. During that time, Kuzmeski was a teaching fellow and athletic trainer at Springfield College (Mass.). He was also an assistant athletic trainer for the U.S. Junior National Rowing Team from 1989-1992.

After receiving his master's degree, Kuzmeski was the head athletic trainer at Quinnipiac College in Hamden, Conn. He followed that up with a stint as an athletic trainer at Rehab West in Ludlow, Mass.

Bob has also served as a volunteer athletic trainer at the U.S. Olympic Committee Sports Medicine Program in Lake Placid, N.Y. He has worked as the host athletic trainer for a number of conference and national tournaments. Kuzmeski was an associate athletic trainer at SUNY-Oneonta in Oneonta, N.Y. from 1989 to 1991.

Kuzmeski and his wife, Mary, have three children, Katie, John and Kevin. They reside in Hadley, Mass.


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