Max Ozer enters his first year at Rice University as an assistant athletic trainer with the Rice football program.
Max comes to Rice from Texas Christian University where he worked as a graduate assistant/intern athletic trainer. During his tenure at TCU he worked with TCU football program that went on to win the 2011 BCS Rose Bowl. He continued to his work with TCU football program as well as working with the Men's/Women's Swimming and Diving program during the first season upon entering the BIG 12 conference. In the spring of 2012 he received his Master's in Education Administration.
Prior to TCU, Max worked at Louisiana Tech University as an intern athletic trainer with the University football and women's tennis program.
During the spring and summer of 2009, he worked at Velocity Sports Performance/ Training Room Physical therapy as a clinical athletic trainer working with middle school up to elite level professional athletes.
Max completed his B.S in kinesiology at Temple University in Philadelphia, PA in May of 2009. While at Temple he completed a summer internship in 2008 with the NFL New York Jets.
Max is a native of Princeton, NJ. He is a certified member of the National Athletic Trainer's Association and a licensed member of the Texas State Athletic Trainer's Association and the Southwest Athletic Trainer's Association.
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