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Adam Holliday
Position: Associate Athletic Trainer
Alma Mater: Kansas '02/Minnesota '07
Experience: 5 Years
Email: adam.holliday@colorado.edu

Adam Holliday is in his fourth season as an assistant athletic trainer at the University of Colorado, having joined the sports medicine department for a second go-round in August 2010.  He works primarily with the football and women’s golf programs.

Holliday, 34, had previously spent the 2004-05 academic year in Boulder as the professional intern under former head trainer Steve Willard, working with the football and men’s and women’s tennis teams.  He returned to CU from the University of Texas, where he spent three years as the assistant athletic trainer for the Longhorns’ football squad.

A 2002 graduate of the University of Kansas where he earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Sports Science, he worked three years as a student athletic trainer for the Jayhawks.  His first full-time position in athletic training came at Loris High School in Myrtle Beach, S.C., the year before being named an intern at CU.  After his time in Boulder, he moved on to the University of Minnesota where he was a graduate assistant trainer for two years while earning his Master’s in Sports Management in 2007.

He was born March 28, 1980 in Johnson, Kan., and graduated from Stanton County (Kan.) High School where he lettered in football and basketball.    

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