|Alma Mater:||Iowa State|
Kelsey Hieb joined the Sports Medicine team in July 2016 and works with the Terrapins Women’s Softball and Spirit Squad.
Hieb came to Maryland after a one year internship position at Morgan State University in Baltimore, MD. While at MSU she had full autonomy working with Women’s Volleyball, Men’s and Women’s Tennis, and Cheerleading; which went on to claim the MEAC all-girls title and placed 6th at NCA’s. She also gained experience helping with the football, women’s basketball and softball programs.
Prior to joining Morgan State, Hieb was a Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer at Normal Community High School in Normal, Illinois for two years while completing her Masters of Science in Athletic Training with an emphasis on manual therapy techniques at Illinois State University. In her last year she led four teams to State Championships. She completed her research project on the Analysis of the Functional Movement Screen: A Predictor of Physical Fitness Test Scores in ROTC Cadets.
Hieb attended Iowa State University where she completed her Bachelors of Science degree in Athletic Training and also served as a student athletic trainer for the NCAA D1 football, softball, and swimming and diving programs. She was a student representative and Vice President for the Iowa Athletic Training Society’s Student Leadership Council.
She has been a member of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA) since 2010, and is currently CPR/AED and Graston Technique® certified.
Hieb is a native of Chicago, Illinois and currently resides in Laurel, MD.