Moon, '13, Cracks Yankees' Athletic Training Lineup

Anthony Moon, '13
Anthony Moon, ’13, is starting his career in professional baseball this spring, though it’s a different path than what he may have imagined as a young player growing up near Kalamazoo. The athletic training graduate is working with 160 New York Yankees minor leaguers at spring training in Florida and will work as an athletic trainer for the Class A Staten Island Yankees when the season begins.

Ingalls, '14, Connects Leadership Skills, Physical Activity

Jalyn Ingalls, '14
Jalyn Ingalls created an individualized major at Albion College to merge her interests in management and kinesiology. Now in her senior year, the Ellsworth, Mich., native is bringing the academic disciplines together as the research for her thesis examines whether she can develop leaders with the combination of small group training and practical experience. “The question is what it’s going to take to get kids to be physically active,” Ingalls said.

Rao, '13, Set to Embark on New Adventure in Athletic Training

Lairen Rao
Albion College senior Lauren Rao is accustomed to being on the go. After all, she juggled the demands of being a varsity diver, singing with the a capella group Bella Voce, and being a member of Kappa Alpha Theta sorority in addition to the hundreds of clinical hours needed to complete her athletic training major.

Nelson, '13, Headed to Chiropractic School

Kristin Nelson, '13
Kristin Nelson is currently one of Albion’s most accomplished track and field athletes, holding the school records in the long jump, triple jump, and the 400-meter dash. As the Iron Mountain native heads into the final weeks of her Albion career, she is not only looking forward to breaking some of her own records, but also to attending graduate school at National University of Health Sciences in Lombard, Ill., where she will pursue a chiropractic degree next fall.

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