|Position:||University of Nebraska Athletics|
|Other Position:||Assistant Athletic Trainer|
Ashley Rudolph, MS, ATC, LAT, joined the Nebraska Athletic Medicine Staff in the summer of 2016, and serves as the women's basketball athletic trainer.
Rudolph came to Nebraska after spending two seasons as the women's basketball athletic trainer at UMass-Lowell.
Originally from Detroit, Rudolph began her career at Michigan State, where she worked with several Spartan teams, including the MSU women's basketball team as a freshman. She also worked with the Michigan State football, cross country, track and field and crew teams. She earned her bachelor's degree in athletic training from MSU in 2010.
She received her master's degree from South Carolina in 2012. As a graduate assistant athletic trainer at South Carolina, she worked with the Gamecock cross country and track and field teams.
In addition to working at South Carolina, she took on the role as wellness specialist for Otis Spunkmeyer. As the on-site medical provider her responsibilities included administering first-aid, in-house/independent rehabilitation, health education, ergonomic assessment and served as a plant safety and human resources liaison.
Rudolph returned to Detroit and began working for the Detroit Diesel Corporation where she took on the role of designing, implementing, and evaluating health promotion programs. She also worked as an athletic trainer for Henry Ford Health Systems, assisting in community programs that promoted health, fitness, and nutrition in the Detroit Metro area.
She returned to the collegiate level as an intern at Virginia Commonwealth, where she worked as an athletic trainer for the cross country and track and field programs.
Rudolph is also an American Red Cross Instructor for First Aid, CPR/AED, as well as for BLS for the Professional Rescuer.