Regis Athletics Hires Ron LeClair As Head Athletic Trainer

Regis Athletics Hires Ron LeClair As Head Athletic Trainer

WESTON, Mass. – Ron LeClair has been selected as the new Assistant Athletic Director/Head Athletic Trainer for Regis (Mass.) Athletics. The announcement came Wednesday from Dean of Athletics Pam Roecker.

"We are excited to welcome Ron to the Regis Pride family," said Roecker. "His extensive athletic training background at the Division I & III levels, combined with dedication to the welfare of student-athletes, passion for sport and impressive administrative experience made Ron the perfect fit for this position."

LeClair comes from Brandeis University where he was the Assistant Athletic Trainer/Strength & Conditioning Coach, assisting in the development and coordination of the strength and conditioning programs for the department's 17 sports. He was also Instrumental in the development of the department policies and procedures manual including updating concussion protocols and reviewing emergency action plans.

LeClair also brings Division I experience to the position having spent seven years as an athletic trainer at the University of Miami. During his tenure with the Hurricanes, he worked with rowing, football and baseball as a graduate assistant before becoming the full-time women's soccer (2006-2007) baseball (2006-2011) and the cheer and dance squads (2007-2011) ATC. He also had a brief stint as the women's volleyball ATC in 2011. LeClair would go on to earn his master's degree in sport administration from Miami.

A native of Rochester, N.H., he earned a bachelor of science degree, Cum Laude, in athletic training from Northeastern University in 2002. Before leaving New England for Miami, LeClair worked two stints with the Super Bowl Champion New England Patriots (2001-02; 2003-04) and was also the Assistant Athletic Trainer at St. Sebastian's School in Needham, Mass. (2002-2004).

LeClair is a Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC), passing his NATABOC exam in 2002. He has been an NSCA Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) since 2012 and an ASOP Registered Orthopedic Technician (ROT) since 2011.

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