Kevin Lennon joined the Ohio State University athletic training staff in June 2019 and serves as the athletic trainer for women’s ice hockey and the pistol and rifle teams.
Lennon completed his Bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point in 2014. During his time there he worked with numerous teams including football, both men’s and women’s ice hockey teams and a few local high schools.
Lennon then attended California State University-Sacramento to obtain his master’s degree. While there, he worked as a graduate assistant with women’s gymnastics, women’s soccer and men’s basketball teams. He received his master’s degree in Kinesiology with a concentration in Movement Studies in May 2017.
After completing graduate school, Lennon worked as a Resident Athletic Trainer for the University of Minnesota Duluth where he worked directly with the women’s ice hockey team, while assisting with men’s ice hockey and various sports at the university.
Lennon is a member of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association and the Professional Hockey Athletic Trainers Society. He is originally from Neenah, WI and a graduate of Neenah High School. He currently resides in Columbus, OH.