Brooks Bandits of the Alberta Junior Hockey Leauge (AJHL) are pleased to announce that Amy Mausser (Wasaga Beach, ON) will join the organization as Head Trainer for the 2015-16 season.
In the position, Mausser will serve in the Bandits’ athletic therapy, equipment management, and strength and conditioning roles.
Mausser was previously Athletic Therapist and Head Trainer for the Kingston Frontenacs of the Ontario Hockey League in 2014-15, and prior to that served as Head Athletic Therapist and Equipment Manager for the Humboldt Broncos of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League.
“We are thrilled to add Amy to our staff,” said Bandits head coach and general manager Ryan Papaioannou. “Her qualifications and experience are exactly what we were looking for.
“Having worked in both the CHL and CJHL, she is quite familiar with the job detail and challenges of junior hockey,” he added. “Amy will be tasked with a number of responsibilities all for the betterment of our players.”
In addition to her time with the Frontenacs and Broncos, Mausser also completed a Masters of Exercise Science degree at the University of Connecticut in 2013. She also served in athletic therapy roles at the 2014 Subway Super Series, the Canada Cup of wrestling, and the 2011 Canadian Ringette Championship, among other events.
“We would all like to welcome Amy to Brooks and look forward to her arrival this month,” Papaioannou concluded.