Courtesy Northwest Missouri State University
MARYVILLE, Mo. - Major renovations to Northwest Missouri State University's David "DC" Colt Athletic Training Room are complete thanks to the tremendous financial support of alumni and friends.
Improvements to the facility include new flooring, new treatment and taping tables complete with the Northwest logo, a hydrotherapy area with cold pool, new rehabilitation equipment, a private doctor's office as well as office space for the athletic training staff. The redesigned layout for the facility increases the use-able size of the facility and improves its efficiency.
"Hundreds of student-athletes for many years to come will benefit from this fantastic new and improved facility," said Kelly Quinlin, head athletic trainer.
Colt was the University's head athletic trainer for 27 years and cared for more than 10,000 student-athletes during his tenure at Northwest. In addition, Colt was awarded with many accolades from his professional peers as a result of his leadership and commitment to the profession of athletic training.
Although the improvements to the facility are complete, the Colt Fund aims to provide perpetual funds for not only the upkeep of the facility and equipment upgrades but also for additional educational opportunities for future athletic trainers.