Lindsey Kelly joined the department in August 2018 as the assistant athletic trainer within the sports medicine office at Stonehill. Her primary sport assignments are with the Skyhawks’ field hockey, ice hockey, and women’s lacrosse programs, while assisting football.
Kelly joins the Skyhawks after a one year graduate fellowship with Merrimack College overseeing women’s soccer and baseball, while also assisting with women's basketball, cross country, track & field, swimming and tennis.
Prior to working with the Warriors, Kelly was the head athletic trainer at Bishop Fenwick High School and administered 42 teams at the varsity, junior varsity, and freshman levels from August 2015-17. During that time, she also worked at ProEx Physical Therapy as the athletic trainer and exercise technician.
Kelly was also the head athletic trainer for the North Shore Navigators Baseball team for two seasons assessing and treating injuries throughout the season for home and away games.
Kelly has done multiple mission trips to Haiti through the Restavec Freedom Alliance helping former child slaves live better childhoods and have access to proper education, medical support, and a home.
A 2014 graduate of Quinnipiac University with a bachelor of science degree in athletic training/sports medicine with a minor in psychology and a master’s of science degree in exercise and sports science from Merrimack College, Kelly resides in Arlington, Massachusetts.