In her third year as a member of the Bentley University athletic training staff is Christina Hollis, who came to Bentley after earning her Masters of Education in Athletic Training from the University of Virginia in June 2016.
Her principal responsibilities at Bentley include working with the women's basketball, volleyball, women’s lacrosse, and the men’s and women’s cross country and track teams.
While working on her Masters, Hollis was a graduate assistant athletic trainer for Physical Therapy @ ACAC. She served as a physical therapist extender and outreached to Albemarle High School.
Previously, Hollis worked with the men’s lacrosse and ice hockey teams at Nazareth College, the University of Rochester Sports Medicine Clinic (outreaching to Arcadia High School and Odyssey Academy), the Midtown Athletic Club in Rochester, N.Y., and SUNY College at Brockport, her alma mater.
Hollis received her Bachelor of Science from SUNY Brockport in 2015 after majoring in athletic training and exercise physiology. She is involved with the Athletic Trainers of Massachusetts (ATOM), serving on the Young Professionals Committee (YPC) as the Social Media Chair.