Renée Cork, Assistant Athletics Director for Sports Medicine
- Updated 7/1/2010 -
Renée Cork is in her 19th year with the William and Mary Sports Medicine staff and holds the title of Assistant Athletic Director for Sports Medicine.
Honored as the 2007 National Trainers’ Association Assistant Athletic Trainer of the Year, Cork was appointed to the Athletic Training Advisory Board under the Board of Medicine by Governor Warner in 2002. She is the only collegiate athletic trainer representative on the Advisory Board. Very involved in the athletic training committees at the state and regional levels, she was honored with the Sports Safety Training Award by the American Red Cross in 1999.
Cork is responsible for the CPR training for all members of the Tribe coaching staffs and also teaches a graduate course at Old Dominion.
A native of Elgin, Ill., Cork served as the head athletic trainer at Drew University prior to coming to W&M as an associate athletic trainer. She earned her undergraduate degree from Iowa State and a master’s degree in physical education from Southwest Texas State.