Fanchon Ohlrogge joined the Athletic Medicine staff at the University of Minnesota as an Assistant Athletic Trainer working with the Golden Gopher Men’s Gymnastics team and Men’s and Women’s Swimming and Diving teams in August 2017.
Prior to joining the Gophers, Ohlrogge earned a Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training with a minor in German at South Dakota State University in 2013. After graduating from SDSU, she served as Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer for the Men’s and Women’s Cross Country/Track and Field teams at California State University, Fresno, while earning a Masters in Kinesiology - Sport Psychology in 2015. Ohlrogge also completed a thesis focusing on the psychology of sport injury entitled: The Effect of the Psycho-emotional Profile of Athletes Who Continue to Participate with Sport Injury on Rehab Adherence and Performance Effort and presented research findings at the 2016 Association for Sport Psychology Annual Conference. Following graduate school, Ohlrogge served as an Intern Athletic Trainer at Ohio State University, where she spent two years (2015-2017) working primarily with the Buckeye Women’s Gymnastics and Men’s and Women’s Fencing teams.
Ohlrogge holds certifications in Graston Technique M1, Fascial Movement Taping (FMT) Level 2, and has been a member of the National Athletic Training Association (NATA) since 2012 and Association for Applied Sport Psychology (AASP) since 2016.
Sport Psychology/Psychology of Sport Injury
Overuse Injuries & Management
Management of Upper Extremity Injuries
Manual Therapy Techniques
New Golf Practice Facility Approved Friday
12/15/2017 - W. Golf
The new golf training center will break ground in spring 2018 and open later in the year.
Construction Update: Basketball Practice Facility
12/15/2017 - M. Basketball
Check out some of the progress on the Gopher men's & women's basketball practice facilities, part of the University of Minnesota Athletes Village project!
Gophers Land Three All-Americans
12/13/2017 - W. Volleyball
The University of Minnesota had three individuals garner All-America honors, announced today by the American Volleyball Coaches Association.