Coordinator of Athletic Training
Nikki Webb joined New York University as Coordinator of Athletic Training in September 2006.
is responsible for directing and overseeing the prevention and treatment of all athletic injuries.
Webb came to NYU with five years of NCAA Division I experience.
In 2005-06, she worked at Columbia University and was primarily responsible for the daily medical coverage and injury rehabilitation for the menâ€™s basketball, track & field and cross country teams.
Webb also served as an instructor in the physical education department and conducted a weekly sports medicine clinic at the Student Health Center for the general student population.
Prior to her stint at Columbia, Webb worked as both the Head Athletic Trainer (2003-05) and Associate Athletic Trainer (2001-03) at the University of South Florida, where she graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in wellness leadership in 1998.
oversaw coverage and rehabilitation for the Bullsâ€™
menâ€™s basketball program.
In addition, she
covered menâ€™s and womenâ€™s golf and sailing, coordinated daily training room management and preseason physicals for more than 400 student-athletes.
also supervised a full-time assistant and seven graduate assistants.
Webb earned a Master of Science degree in education from Elmira College in 2001, where she served as the Assistant Athletic Trainer from 1999-2001.
In 2006, Webb
presented a case study at the College Athletic Trainersâ€™ Society Spring Symposium detailing a menâ€™s basketball playerâ€™s struggle with kidney cancer.
She has also worked with the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency, the Special Olympics and the U.S. Soccer National Coaching School as a medical coordinator.
A native of Tampa, FL, Webb
resides in Atlantic Highlands, NJ, with her
husband, Gedney, and son, Nolan.Â