Coach Bio

Jeremy Norman
College - Keene State College
Jeremy Norman returns for his seventh season as Head Athletic Trainer of the Connecticut Sun. His duties include evaluation and treatment of injuries, and formulating rehabilitation programs specific to each athlete. He manages the Connecticut Sun Medical Staff.

Prior to joining the Sun, Jeremy worked at Procare Physical Therapy, while also serving as the Head Athletic Trainer at Mitchell College. In 2004, he served as the volunteer assistant athletic trainer with the Connecticut Sun. From 1999-2003, Jeremy was a Shift Manager at Mohegan Sun Employee Center where he supervised members of the employee Fitness Center.

During the off season Jeremy assists the Mohegan Sun Arena medical staff and the Department of Athletic Regulations at various sporting events, including the CT High School basketball championships, WWE, Mixed Martial Arts, AVP beach volleyball, and National Womenís Basketball League events.

Jeremy is a certified member of the National Athletic Trainersí Association, the National Academy of Sports Medicine and the American College of Sports Medicine.

A 1988 Ledyard High School graduate, Jeremy completed a bachelor in sports medicine from Keene State College in 1992. He resides in New London with his wife Julie.


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