Office Phone: 612-625-5845
Entering her ninth season at the University of Minnesota as an Assistant Athletic Trainer, Ronni Beatty-Kollasch primarily provides care for the Women's Volleyball team and has sport oversight of Women's Rowing. A native of Brooklyn Park, MN, Ronni earned her undergraduate degree in 1999 at the University of Minnesota with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology. She was a student athletic trainer in an internship program with Men's Intercollegiate Athletics from 1997 - 1999 and became a Certified Athletic Trainer in April 2000. After completion of her undergraduate degree, she moved to Alabama from 1999-2001 to become a Graduate Assistant at Auburn University where she worked under the Hughston Clinic/ Kenny Howard Athletic Training Fellowship. During that time, Ronni earned her Masters' of Education degree in Exercise Science. In 2001, Ronni started her athletic training career working at the University of Wyoming with Volleyball, Wrestling, and Swimming & Diving. After her departure from Wyoming in 2004, she worked in Louisville, KY for the Kentucky Orthopedic Rehab Team for one year prior to initiating her time at the University of Minnesota. Additionally, Ronni has served as a BOC Examiner for the NATA Certification Exam and has worked various USA Volleyball and Junior Olympic volleyball events. She holds certification in Graston Technique and is a Certified Kinesiotaping Practioner. She is currently serving her second term as Secretary of the Minnesota Athletic Trainers Association.
Ronni resides in Otsego, MN with her husband Chris and sons Benjamin & Quinn.Clinical Interests
Upper Extremity Injuries and RehabilitationPostural Resotration Rehabilitation
Gophers Live: Minnesota vs. Texas Tech
2/13/2016 - Softball
Catch live updates from today's Gophers game against Texas Tech here.
Gophers Win 7-3 over Bulldogs
2/12/2016 - W. Ice Hockey
Minnesota received three points from Milica McMillen on two goals and one assist in the win.
Kloos Nets Overtime Winner for Gophers
2/12/2016 - M. Ice Hockey
The team captain extended his career-best point streak to 10 games with three points in the victory.