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Rosemary B. Ragle

Head Athletic Trainer for the Women's Basketball Team

University of Connecticut

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University of Connecticut

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Farmington, Connecticut,06030

United States

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Neil Cornrich & NC Sports, LLC: April 2016

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The Liberty also announced Rosemary Ragle has been named head athletic trainer.
Ragle had been the head athletic trainer for the University of Connecticut women's basketball team since 1999.


lermagazine.com

Rosemary Ragle, MS, ATC, recently left the University of Connecticut in Storrs after 16 years as head athletic trainer for women's basketball, a span that saw the Huskies win nine Division I national championships.
She's now a clinical instructor at HSS and head athletic trainer for the New York Liberty of the Women's National Basketball Association. "I was so impressed with the women of HSS, from the physical therapists to the athletic trainers to the orthopedic surgeons to the chief medical officer," Ragle said. "College athletics still tends to be very male-dominated, and I was intrigued by and wanted to be part of what I saw as a female-dominated group. My hope is to learn from these impressive women and become a better, stronger female in my field." Balance When asked if athletic training in general is male-dominated, Ragle initially demurred, saying that, even as an undergraduate at Troy State University in Alabama in the 1990s, there were more women in her program than men. Rosemary Ragle, MS, ATC, in the UConn training room and at one of the Huskies' regular-season games. Rosemary Ragle, MS, ATC, in the UConn training room and at one of the Huskies' regular-season games.


Neil Cornrich & NC Sports, LLC

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Williams played 18 seasons in the NBA and spent 11 seasons on the coaching staff of the Knicks.The Liberty also announced Rosemary Ragle has been named head athletic trainer.
Ragle had been the head athletic trainer for the University of Connecticut women’s basketball team since 1999.The Liberty had a franchise-record 23-11 mark last season, finishing first in the Eastern Conference for the first time since 2002.


www.themadisonsquaregardencompany.com

Katie Smith promoted to Associate Head Coach, Rosemary Ragle named Head Athletic Trainer
Teresa Weatherspoon will now oversee the Liberty Basketball Academy in addition to her duties as the Director of Player Development, and Rosemary Ragle has been named Head Athletic Trainer. Rosemary Ragle has worked with many of the best players in the game for nearly two decades, and understands her contributions to a championship culture." Rosemary Ragle will begin working with the Liberty after serving as the Head Athletic Trainer for the University of Connecticut women's basketball team since 1999. With Connecticut, Ragle oversaw all elements of player care for 18 seasons, a span that saw the Huskies win nine NCAA Division I national championships. She was inducted into the New England Basketball Hall of Fame in 2015.


www.nhregister.com

Today was my first day of practicing and I didnt do a whole day of practice, so to go out there and try to go full go in a game, I will talk to Rosie (UConn athletic trainer Rosemary Ragle), but I dont know if that is the best option.


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