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    Angie Witt, LAT, ATC

    Title: Assistant Athletic Director for Sports Medicine Email: awitt@liberty.edu Phone: (434) 592-6390 Start Date: 08/01/2010 Undergraduate Education: Liberty University, BS: Physical Education and Athletic Training, 1997 Graduate Education: Liberty University, Masters in Christian Ministries with a concentration in Leadership, 2022

    Angela oversees the administration of sports medicine services for all club sports teams. She organizes the daily operations of the athletic training clinic while supervising athletic training students. Additionally, Angela works with the Risk Management Department regarding safety and liability while processing insurance claims for athletic related injuries. Further, she provides oversight of the strength and conditioning division of club sports to aid in the prevention of athletic injuries.

    Liberty’s Club Sport Athletic Training staff is certified by the National Athletic Trainer’s Association and Licensed by the Virginia Board of Medicine in order to evaluate, treat, and rehabilitate athletic injuries.  She and her staff strive to provide their club sports athletes with the best medical care possible to ensure peak performance during practices and competitions. They work closely with their team physicians in order to give our athletes the best chance for full and complete recovery from athletic injuries.


    Angela holds several certifications herself:

    • Member of the National Athletic Trainers Association: August 1997 – Present
    • BOC Certified Athletic Trainer: August 1997 – Present
    • BLS Provider (CPR & AED): August 1993 – Present
    • BLS CPR Instructor: August 1993 – Present
    • Virginia Athletic Trainer License: June 2002 – Present
    • Graston Certified: 2013 – Present
    • KT Tape Certified: 2012– Present
    • BLS Training Center Faculty: 2019 – Present

    Staff News

    Club Sports Athletic Training intern resuscitates Clemson men’s lacrosse player after seizure

    Club Sports Athletic Training intern Kira Turner ('19) was the first to respond when a Clemson men's lacrosse player collapsed during Saturday's game against Indiana at the Liberty Lacrosse Fields.

    March 14, 2022