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Radomski Named Assistant Athletic Trainer

Radomski Named Assistant Athletic Trainer

Franklin, Mass. – Paige Radomski has been named an assistant athletic trainer at Dean College it was announced on Tuesday by Assistant Athletic Director for Sports Medicine Brian Stefanik and confirmed by Director of Athletics Todd Vasey.

In her role with the College, Radomski will assist with the operation of the sports medicine program according to the administrative practices of the department while carrying out the prevention, evaluation, treatment, and rehabilitation of injuries.

She will also provide practice and game coverage of athletic teams in addition to supervising student athletic trainers and student workers for the athletic training program.

"I am very excited to start my Athletic Training career at Dean College," said Radomski. "The encouraging atmosphere and friendly community was exactly what I was looking for  and I cannot wait to become apart of the Bulldog family." 

Radomski arrives in Franklin with a myriad of experiences in her extremely impressive professional career. She spent a year with FC Dallas of Major League Soccer (MLS) in Frisco, Texas as a student athletic trainer where she conducted clinical evaluations, prescribed rehabilitation protocols and covered practices and games at both the professional and academy level.

Prior to her time with FC Dallas, Radomski was a student trainer at Division II Stonehill College where she designed rehabilitation programs for injured student-athletes and assisted in home game and practice coverage for football, men's basketball and women's lacrosse.

Radomski also spent a season as an assistant women's soccer coach at Assumption College in Worcester, Mass. during the 2016 season when the Greyhounds went 8-9-1.

A former standout student-athlete in her own right at Assumption, Radomski was named the women's soccer Northeast-10 Player of the Year in 2014 when she was also named a second-team All-American.

She served as a captain in her senior year (2015), is a two-time NE-10 first-team all-conference selection (2014, 2015) and still ranks ninth on the school's all-time points list (75).

A four-time academic honor roll honoree, Radomski graduated from Assumption in 2016 with a bachelor's degree in biology with a concentration in physical therapy. She went on to earn a master's degree in athletic training from Bridgewater State University in 2019.