Aug. 2, 2005
Josh Cohen, former trainer at the University of Nebraska and an intern with the Pittsburgh Pirates and Los Angeles Dodgers, was named an assistant athletic trainer on Monday.
Cohen will oversee the baseball program and well as additional duties, according to Head Athletic Trainer Terry Lehmann.
Cohen served as a graduate assistant trainer at the University of Nebraska for the past two seasons. He directed the sport-specific, position-specific rehabilitation on student-athletes. He also served as the assistant trainer for the Nebraska football program and served as an assistant host athletic trainer for the Lincoln softball regional and volleyball regional in 2004.
Prior to NU, Cohen served internships for the Los Angeles Dodgers during the 2002 spring training season and the Pittsburgh Pirates during 2002 assisting the athletic training and strength and conditioning staff in the daily pre-game and post-game activities.
Cohen was an intern athletic training student for the New jersey Gladiators Professional Arena Football team in 2001.
Cohen graduated from The College of William and Mary with a bachelor of arts in kinesiology and psychology in 2003. He completed his masters of educational administration from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in May 2005.
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