The Entry-level Master's program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation in Athletic Training Education (CAATE).
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Kim Moncel, a Superior Wisconsin native, was hired in Jan. of 2018 to serve as the Clinical Education Coordinator/Instructor in the Athletic Training program at CSS. Kim served as the Head athletic trainer at the CSS from 1999-2014 and also as an outreach athletic trainer for Essentia Health from 1997-present. In addition to her role as a college ATC, Kim spends her summers serving as a Certified Athletic Trainer for Team USA. In 2005 Kim has selected to the position of Athletic Trainer for USA Women's National baseball team. "The highlight of my career, so far, came when I was invited to be on the medical staff for Team USA during the Summer Olympic games in London England. Other Team USA duties have included serving as the Certified Athletic Trainer for USA Team Handball at the 2011 Pan Am Games in Guadalajara, Mexico; Athletic Trainer of the 2013 Paralympic Track and Field World Championship in Lyon France, 2017 World indoor chapmionships - Portland OR and 2017 Junior World Champions Notwill Sweden Athletic Trainer for the Women's National Baseball World Cup teams in 2006 -Taipei, Taiwan, 2008 – Matsuyama, Japan 2014 – Miyazaki, 2016 - South Korea.
In addition to her Clinical Coordinator role Kim also teaches Health Care Administration, Therapeutic Intervention, Special Topics and Clinical classes.
Dr. Kenji Sudoh serves as the Medical Director for the Department of Athletic Training. He is also co-team physician for CSS athletics and has been with Duluth Clinic Department of Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine since 2006.
A graduate of the University of Minnesota Medical School, he served his residency with the Duluth Family Practice Center and his fellowship at Hennepin County Medical Center. He is board certified in Family Medicine and Sports Medicine.