Athletic Training Staff

Amanda Haberman

Amanda Haberman will join the Department of Athletic Training, working with both undergraduate and graduate students in the program. She has experience in the classroom in both lecture and lab environments, and has been an athletic trainer for many sports. Upon completing her M.S. in Health and Human Performance, she received the Fort Hays State University Graduate School’s Outstanding Graduate Teaching Assistant Award. Haberman earned her B.S. in Athletic Training from Fort Hays State University, and has been an Certified Athletic Trainer since 2016.

Brittainy Streckfus

Brittainy Streckfus will be working primarily with the men’s and women’s soccer teams and softball.

Brittainy received her B.S. degree in Athletic Training from Kent State University in 2012.  While at KSU, she worked with a variety of teams, including men’s basketball, football, baseball, and track and field.

Nicole Glasgow

Nicole Glasgow began working at Sterling College in the Fall of 2012.  Nicole grew up in Michigan and came to Sterling College as a graduate assistant athletic trainer after completing her B.S. in Athletic Training from Indiana Wesleyan University.  Following the completion of her M.S.