Rich Schlotfeldt enters his thirteenth season as an Assistant Athletic Trainer working primarily with the Golden Gopher Wrestling team and has sport oversight of the softball team. Prior to arriving at the University of Minnesota in 2002, Schlotfeldt was the Head Athletic Trainer at Kenyon College in Gambier Ohio from 1997-2002. From 1995-97 Schlotfeldt worked at Waukesha Clinic in Wisconsin. A native of Alvord, IA., Schlotfeldt completed his undergraduate Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science with an emphasis in Athletic Training from the University of Iowa in 1993. He received his Masters of Science degree from the University of Oregon in 1995 in Exercise and Movement Science. He is certified in the use of Graston Technique for soft tissue mobilization.
He currently resides in Andover, MN with his wife, Jennifer. The couple have three children: Connor, Eryn, and Sam.
Recognition and Treatment of Skin Conditions
Rodney Smith: The Spin Move
10/20/2016 - Football
Minnesota running back Rodney Smith breaks down his spin move, while teammates and coaches talk about its effectiveness.
Lynn Finds Brother On Coaching Staff
10/19/2016 - Football
Football players often refer to their teammates as brothers. In Minnesota senior Jack Lynn’s case, he found a sibling on the coaching staff.
Gophers Ready for Northwestern on the Road
10/20/2016 - W. Soccer
Minnesota is set for its final road trip of the regular season as they meet No. 23 Northwestern on Saturday, Oct. 22 in Evanston, Ill.