Ian Graulich, M.S., A.T.C
Ian Graulich is a certified athletic trainer (ATC) at the Sports Medicine and Athletic Related Trauma (SMART) Institute. He currently serves as the ATC for Brandon High School, home of the 19-time State Championship Eagles wrestling team.
Ian earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise and Sports Science from the University of Florida in 1996, and in 1998, he obtained a Master of Science degree in athletic training from California University of Pennsylvania. While pursuing his degrees, Ian spent time as an athletic trainer at high school, clinical, and university locations, including an internship with Catholic University in Washington, DC.
In 1998, Ian became the first full-time certified athletic trainer for Northwood University in West Palm Beach, Florida , an NAIA university in the Florida Sun Conference. During the 9 years that he served in this role, he supervised all aspects of student-athlete healthcare, and was fortunate enough to be a part of two national championship teams in 2003. Ian was also involved in the design and implementation of a modern athletic training facility and weight room during construction of the university's gymnasium in 2006.
Originally from Washington, DC, and now residing in Tampa, Ian is married and has a three year old daughter. He enjoys many recreational activities and, as an alumnus, is an avid supporter of the University of Florida athletic teams.