Alice Loebsack

Assistant Director of Sports Medicine & Wellness

Main (Lacey)

Hal and Inge Marcus Pavillion
5300 Pacific Ave. SE
Lacey, WA 98503


Loebsack is in her fourth year as head athletic trainer as Saint Martin's University and Senior Woman Administrator.
As the Head Athletic Trainer, she works with athlete’s on staying healthy and maintaining a high level of competition. She is the primary Athletic Trainer for men’s and women’s soccer, men’s basketball and softball. In addition, she works with developing programming to promote health and wellness as a student-athlete.
As a Senior Woman Administrator, she works with student-athletes in a variety of areas to enhance their understanding of diversity and gender issues. She helps to develop the student-athlete’s understanding of how they fit within the larger athletics, university and greater community. She also sits on the Athletic Advisory Committee, Violence Against Women Act Committee, Diversity Taskforce, and Title IX Subcommittee. She is the advisor of SAVE (Saints Against Violence Everywhere).

Prior to her arrival she spent the previous three years at Pacific Lutheran University as the Assistant Athletic Trainer and during that time her work was published in Journal of Athletic Training.
Loebsack was the primary trainer for men’s and women’s soccer, track & field, crew and men’s and women’s tennis at PLU.
From 2007-09 she was the Assistant Athletic Trainer at Vanguard University and was the primary athletic trainer for men and women’s soccer and baseball while assisting with the 10 remaining sports.
Loebsack did her graduate work at San Jose State University and worked with the volleyball, water polo, swimming & diving, gymnastics and football teams from 2005-07.
She also worked at Biosports Physical Therapy in Wenatchee as a certified athletic trainer in 2004 and 2005.
Loebsack earned her master’s degree in kinesiology from San Jose State in 2007 and her bachelor’s degree in exercise science from the University of Wisconsin-Superior in 2004. During her time at Wisconsin-Superior she worked with both the men’s and women’s hockey programs.