Gregory White, who spent eight years as an Assistant Trainer at Clark University was promoted to Head Athletic Trainer in August 2010 and will begin his seventh season as the Head Trainer in 2016-17.
White served as Assistant Athletic Trainer beginning in January 2003, and took over the head position on an interim basis in February 2010.
During his time at Clark, White has worked with all 17 varsity sports, designing and implementing rehabilitation and treatment of injured student-athletes, while also developing strength and conditioning programs for team and individual student-athletes.
In addition to his sports medicine responsibilities, White also serves as the Co-Director of the Bickman Fitness Center, where he oversees 25 student workers and up to eight sports medicine aides.
Prior to his Clark tenure, White spent time as a Staff Athletic Trainer for HealthSouth in Braintree, Mass., where he served as athletic trainer for area high schools as well as with the Brockton Rox of the Independent Can-Am League.
White is certified by the National Athletic Trainer’s Association. In addition, White, who is also CPR Instructor certified and holds a Massachusetts Teacher Certification in physical education and Health/Family and Consumer Sciences, has certification from the National Academy of Sports Medicine as a Performance Enhancement Specialist.
A 2000 graduate of Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts with a degree in Biology with a concentration in athletic training, White earned a master’s degree in athletic training from California University of Pennsylvania in 2001.
White and his wife Cari, reside in East Douglas with their daughter Cecelia and twin sons, Cavin and Liam.