Athletic Training


Adam Crosby

Director of Sports Medicine; Head Athletic Trainer

Adam Crosby is Director of Sports Medicine and Head Athletic Trainer. Prior to coming to Anderson University, Crosby worked for Accelerated Rehabilitation Centers in Chicago as an outreach athletic trainer. As a graduate assistant athletic trainer at Ball State University, Crosby gained valuable working experience with the Cardinal baseball and football teams.  He was a […]

Read More

Emily Day

Assistant Professor of Athletic Training

Emily Day is an assistant professor of Athletic Training in the department of Kinesiology. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training at Franklin College and her Master’s of Education with a concentration in exercise science at Campbell University. She also is the primary athletic trainer for the Men’s Soccer and Track and Field teams. […]

Read More


Chris Hamlyn

Program Director, Athletic Training Education

Chris Hamlyn is an assistant professor of kinesiology and serves as the program director for athletic training education at Anderson University. He is a 2007 graduate of Manchester College, earning a bachelor of science in athletic training and exercise science. He went on to complete a master’s degree in kinesiology with a specialization in athletic […]

Read More

Connie Heustis

Connie Huestis

Office Manager

Connie has served as the Office Manager for the Department of Kinesiology since 1998.  Since the Kardatzke Wellness Center opened in 2002, she is awed and appreciative of such a wonderful facility and all it affords to the students, faculty and staff of Anderson University.  Originally from Ohio, she and her husband Mike have been […]

Read More


Dr. Diana Jones

Chair, Department of Kinesiology

Diana Jones serves as the department chair of kinesiology and is a professor in the area of physical education teacher education and coaching minor program. She has taught at all grade levels throughout her career and has extensive experience in preparing students to become physical educators and coaches. In addition, she has presented various programs […]

Read More


Tanya Whiteman

Assistant Professor of Kinesiology

Tanya Whiteman is an assistant professor in kinesiology. Whiteman earned her bachelor’s degree in athletic training from Taylor University. She went on to attend California University of Pennsylvania, where she received her Master of Science in exercise science with an emphasis in rehabilitation sciences. Currently, she is continuing her education by working toward a doctorate in […]

Read More