Kristi Hall MS, LAT, ATC, EMT-B Assistant Athletic Trainer Joined Duke: 2006 Hometown: Denton, TX Alma Mater: University of Central Oklahoma, Oklahoma Baptist University
Kristi Hall, a Texas native, joined the Duke Athletic Medicine staff in December of 2006 and works primarily with the women’s soccer and women’s indoor/outdoor track teams. Before assuming her current role, she was the athletic trainer for the women’s rowing team and men’s wrestling teams.
Prior to joining Duke University, Hall was the head athletic trainer at St. Andrews Presbyterian College for two and a half years where she also served as an adjunct professor in teaching Kinesiology, Exercise Physiology, and First Aid/CPR in addition to her head athletic trainer duties. Hall worked as a graduate assistant athletic trainer at University of Central Oklahoma while completing her Masters of Science in wellness management with an exercise science emphasis. She attended Oklahoma Baptist University to complete her Bachelors of Science degree in exercise science with sports medicine emphasis.
Working closely with the women’s soccer coaching staff and physical therapists, Kristi plays an integral role evaluating each player’s daily physical and mental well-being. Kristi is responsible for reviewing each student-athlete’s results from their daily training monitoring system questionnaire and recommends practice modifications, if necessary, to the coaching staff. She has also worked alongside physical therapists, sports performance coaches, and the coaching staffs to implement injury prevention exercise programs into each team’s weekly routine.