Clarke Holter, MS, ATC, NASM-PES, CES currently serves as senior athletic trainer for the men's basketball team. Holter serves as the supervising athletic trainer for the assistant athletic trainer for women's basketball and the graduate assistant athletic trainer for men's golf. Holter joined the Ole Miss staff in June of 2009 as an assistant athletic trainer before being promoted to his current position. Prior to his arrival at Ole Miss, he served as an intern athletic trainer for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from May, 2008-May, 2009.
Holter graduated from West Virginia University in 2006 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Training with a minor in Sport & Exercise Psychology. During his time at WVU, he worked with the Mountaineer's men's basketball, baseball, rowing, football and women's soccer teams. In addition, he spent some time at the Healthworks Rehab & Fitness Clinic.
In 2005, he received the John C. Spiker Athletic Training Scholarship through the WVU school of education. He also completed an internship with the Miami Dolphins working through preseason and all of training camp, for the 2005 season.
Following graduation from WVU, he attended James Madison University where he obtained a Master's of Science degree in Kinesiology in 2008. During his time with the Dukes, he worked with the baseball, men's and women's golf teams. In the summer of 2007, he completed an internship with the Tampa Bay Devil Rays at their complex in St. Petersburg, Fla.
Holter is a board certified athletic trainer by the National Athletic Trainers'Association and has certifications in CPR/AED and serves as a CPR instructor. In addition he has obtained his Performance Enhancement Specialist and Corrective Exercise Specialist certifications through the National Academy of Sports Medicine.
The Culpeper, Va. native is the son of Eric and Kathleen Holter. He has one sister named Emily.
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