After 27 years as an athletic trainer in professional sports, both baseball and hockey, Dan Redmond moved to the college athletics ranks when he accepted a position as assistant athletic trainer for the Golden Eagles.
Redmond came to Tech in 2013 and works with the men’s basketball team along with other Tech sports as needed.
Originally from Chippewa Falls, Wis., he graduated in 1986 from UW-Eau Claire with a degree in physical education and minors in athletic training and coaching. He worked as a student athletic trainer while an undergraduate at Eau Claire.
He attended graduate school at Temple University, then returned to the field of athletic training where he began with a three-year stint in the Cleveland Indians organization, working with the Indians’ Class A and AA affiliates.
Remaining in minor league sports, Redmond spent nine years as the athletic trainer for the Washington Capitals’ affiliate in the American Hockey League.
From there, he moved up to the NHL and served as the head athletic trainer for the Nashville Predators, a role he filled for 15 years.
He is a member of the National Athletic Trainer’s Association (NATA).
Dan and his wife, Barbara Wolff, were married in 1994 and have two children, Danielle, 15, and Sean, 10.