Daniele Albert, MS, ATC, LAT joined the Aggie Athletic Training staff in July 2012. Prior to coming to A&M, she served as an athletic trainer at multiple schools throughout the Southeast. Originally from Atlanta, GA, she received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Athletic Training from Georgia Southern University, the FCS powerhouse in Statesboro, GA. She interned at Wingate University in NC with men's soccer and baseball during the 2007-2008 school year. Coming to Texas A&M, she will be no stranger to the SEC, as she was a Graduate Assistant at the University of South Carolina from 2008-2010. While at South Carolina she worked with swimming & diving, track & field, and also at Lower Richland High School. After graduating with her Master of Science Degree in Physical Education in Athletic Training, she most recently worked with football and swimming at Gardner-Webb University in Boiling Springs, NC.
Daniele has multiple research interests. She has participated in original research looking at the prevalence of disordered eating risk characteristics in DI collegiate male swimmers and divers. She has also written and presented multiple case studies involving a variety of injuries including a scapholunate ligament tear in a diver and costochondritis in swimmers. She not only enjoys learning about the complicated nature of injuries in order to help her patients, but also enjoys sharing her knowledge at the state and national level through athletic training conferences and publications. Being that her true passion is working with aquatic athletes, she is excited to join the Aggie staff working with some of the NCAA's premier athletes.
Daniele works with the men's and women's swimming & diving teams. Currently, she lives in Bryan, TX and enjoys live music, recreational photography and great food with friends.
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