Athletic Training Assistant
Stephanie Rendall joined the Flames in 2013 as the women's soccer Assistant Athletic Trainer.
Prior to UIC, Rendall served as an Athletic Trainer at Illinois State from 2011-2013. There, she provided preparation and coverage for all softball practices and games, preformed prevention, evaluation, and immediate care for athletic injuries, and developed therapeutic exercises and modalities plans including return-to-play progression. Rendall also supervised undergraduate athletic training students, covered state high school competitions and camps for baseball, cheerleading, and basketball, and taught lab/lecture for athletic raining students in Emergency Aspect in Athletic Training.
In the summer of 2010, Rendall served as a Sports Medicine Intern at Northwestern, where she implemented and supervised patient rehabilitation programs, executed complete evaluations of injuries, and supervised field hockey practice as a first responder. She also completed documentation for insurance and sickle cell testing and preformed testing of vitals for pre-participation physicals.
At Illinois State, Rendall was an Athletic Training student, where she aided ISU Softball (2011), Illinois Wesleyan Football and Men's Basketball (2010), ISU Football (2010) ISU Women's Volleyball (2009), and Normal Community West High School (2009).
Rendall was recognized in 2011 as a Distinguished Senior in Athletic Training, and served as the Vice President of the Illinois State Athletic Training Club (2008-11).
Rendall graduated from Illinois State in 2011 with a Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training, and received her Master of Science degree in Athletic Training at Illinois State in 2013.