Dalis Boyette is in his second season as an athletic trainer for the Texas A&M football team.
Boyette, who came to Aggieland after one year at the University of San Francisco, is nationally certified and state licensed in athletic training as well as a certified CPR Instructor and Performance Enhancement Specialist by the National Academy of Sports Medicine. While at USF, he was primarily responsible for the USF men’s basketball team in additional to many other various administrative duties.
Originally from Missoula, Montana, Boyette earned an undergraduate degree in Athletic Training from the University of Utah in 2010. While there, he worked with the Utes’ 2009 Sugar Bowl Champion football team, women's track and field team, men's and women's tennis teams, and spent time at a local high school.
He continued his education at Louisiana State University, earning a Master’s in kinesiology with a concentration in pedagogy and psychological sciences. While there, Boyette spent a year acting as the sole certified athletic trainer for the 2010-11 LSU men’s tennis team and cheerleading squads, followed by a year with the LSU football program.
In addition to his collegiate experience, he also spent a summer working as an intern with the NFL's Miami Dolphins in 2009.
In his spare time, Boyette enjoys staying physically fit and active. After his time in Louisiana he has a new appreciation for good food and is always looking for new adventures, including both travel and those near home. He married the former Erin Greenwich, Texas A&M volleyball and women’s golf athletic trainer, in June of 2014.
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