General Manager, Nick Sinclair announced earlier today that the Sarnia Sting have added Amy Mausser to the club’s hockey operations staff as the new Athletic Therapist.
“I’m thrilled to join the Sting staff and be a part of the program they’re building here in Sarnia,” says Mausser. “With Training Camp getting underway on Monday, it’s a very exciting time and I can’t wait to get started.”
For the last two years, Amy served as the Athletic Therapist, Equipment Manager and Strength & Conditioning Coach with the AJHL’s Brooks Bandits. Prior to that, she was a member of the Kingston Frontenacs staff; working as their Athletic Therapist and Head Trainer.
Her academic accolades include a Bachelor of Applied Health Sciences from Sheridan College in Athletic Therapy, a Massage Therapy Certificate from the College of Health and Technology and a Masters of Exercise Science at the University of Connecticut. She is currently working on her Masters of Exercise Science (Human Movement) through A.T. Still University.
General Manager, Nick Sinclair comments on today’s announcement, “Amy is a highly experienced and educated woman with excellent qualifications. We are excited to welcome her to the Sarnia Sting family and believe that she will be a great addition to our staff.”
After hiring former OHL goaltender, Mark Packwood to fill this role on July 13th, unforeseen schedule conflicts recently arose due to his part-time commitment with a clinic in London while completing a second Master’s degree at Western University. The Sting wish Mark the best of luck in furthering his education and pursuing a career in the hockey industry.