Julie Houston, MS, AT, CES
Team Athletic Trainer
740-368-3797
jahousto@owu.edu

Julie is employed by OhioHealth and joined the Ohio Wesleyan University staff in the fall of 2012. At OWU, her primary responsibilities include field hockey, women’s volleyball, women’s basketball, women’s lacrosse, and softball.

Julie graduated from The Ohio State University in 2006 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Training. In 2007, she graduated from Ohio University with a Master of Science degree in Recreation and Sports Sciences. While at OU, Julie was a graduate assistant athletic trainer with the football and track & field teams.

Prior to working at OWU, Julie was an athletic trainer for Columbus City Schools for 5 years. She was the athletic trainer for Africentric Early College, Briggs High School, and Columbus South High School.

Kyle Damschroder, M.S, AT
Team Athletic Trainer
740-368- 3798

kadamsch@owu.edu

Kyle is employed by OhioHealth and joined the Ohio Wesleyan University staff in the fall of 2016. At OWU, his primary responsibilities include football, men’s and women’s cross country, men’s basketball, and baseball.

Kyle graduated from Bowling Green State University in 2008 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Training/Clinic Management. In 2011, he graduated from George Mason University with his Master of Science degree in Exercise, Fitness, and Health Promotion. Upon graduation, Kyle was a minor league athletic trainer in the Atlanta Braves organization from 2011-2016. He currently resides in Columbus with his wife, Kelly, and son Grady.

Todd Miller, M.Ed., AT, CES
Head Athletic Trainer
740-368-3747
tcmiller@owu.edu

Todd Miller is in his seventh season as head athletic trainer at Ohio Wesleyan University.

Miller is a certified member of NATA and a licensed athletic trainer by the State of Ohio.

Miller came to Ohio Wesleyan from The Ohio State University, where he served as an athletic trainer for 7 years. He was an assistant athletic trainer for 5 years, working with the Buckeye wrestling and men’s and women’s fencing teams, before being promoted to athletic trainer in May, 2005.

Prior to taking the position at Ohio State, Miller was an assistant athletic trainer at Kenyon College for 2 years, working with the men’s and women’s soccer and women’s basketball teams.

Miller received a master’s degree in higher education administration from Auburn University in 1998. While working on his master’s degree, he served as a graduate assistant athletic trainer with the Tiger football team.

He is a 1996 graduate of Ohio State, majoring in health education. During his undergraduate career, he worked as a student trainer for the Buckeye wrestling, baseball, football and men’s swimming teams.

Miller is a native of Hilliard, Ohio. He and his wife, Jennifer, reside in Lewis Center with their daughters, Reese and Riley.

Bobby Bair, MS, AT, PES, CES
Team Athletic Trainer

740-368-3748
rtbair@owu.edu

Bobby is employed by OhioHealth and joined the Ohio Wesleyan University Staff in August of 2017. At OWU his primary responsibilities include football, field hockey, cross country, and track and field.

Bobby Graduated from Ohio University in 2012 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Training. In 2017, he graduated from California University of Pennsylvania with a Master of Science degree in Athletic Training. Prior to joining OWU, Bobby worked for four years in Cincinnati covering Williamsburg High School. While at CalU, he was a graduate assistant with their baseball team.

Niki Budd, MS, AT
Team Athletic Trainer
740-368-3747
nebudd@owu.edu

Niki is employed by OhioHealth and joins the Ohio Wesleyan University staff in the fall of 2018. At OWU her primary responsibilities include Wrestling, Crew, and Club Sports.

Niki graduated from Bowling Green State University in 2009 with a bachelor’s of Science in Education, majoring in Athletic Training and Clinic Management. Following her undergraduate career she acted as the Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer for the Western Kentucky University Volleyball program. At WKU Niki received her Masters of Science in Education, majoring in exercise science. Upon graduation she continued with her career as a full time staff member at WKU from 2012-2018 primarily for women’s soccer and softball.