University of Vermont

UVM Club Sports Athletic Training Program

UVM Club Sports is happy to provide resources for the health and well-being of our over 1,700 student-athletes.

One of the primary ways we do this is by providing two professional Athletic Trainers for our athletes

Kit Vreeland

Kathryn Vreeland

Kit has been part of UVM Club sports since 2005;  Kit is also a clinical assistant professor in the department of of Rehabilitation and Movement Science. 

For a full Bio on Kit and her many accomplishments click here:  KIT BIO

Molly Taylor

Molly Taylor

Molly joins the University of Vermont club sports athletic training staff after two years with Long Trail Physical Therapy. With Long Trail, she provided outpatient rehabilitation physical therapy services from their Richmond clinic and served as Head Athletic Trainer at Burlington High School. For UVM, she provides practice and game coverage for both men’s football and women’s rugby in addition to athletic injury prevention, evaluation, management, and rehabilitation for the overall club sport athlete population. Molly is familiar with the UVM athletic community as she received her bachelor of science degree in Athletic Training from UVM in 2012 and was a UVM club athlete and president during her undergraduate years. She is a certified Graston Technique® provider and is interested in furthering her skills and certifications in specific manual and soft tissue treatment techniques. 

Molly is assisting professor Kit Vreeland with her first and second year athletic training courses/labs and is an Approved Clinical Instructor (ACI) for current UVM ATEP students. She is also enrolled in pre-requisite courses in hopes of pursuing a Master’s degree in Athletic Training starting in the fall of 2015 out west. Outside of her work with UVM, Molly enjoys participating in women’s league softball, basketball, and soccer, as well as snowboarding, playing music, and painting.

What do our Athletic Training Staff provide:

  • Coverage for high risk and medium risk sporting events
  • Coverage for select practices
  • Afternoon clinic hours for all participants
  • IMPACT concussion testing for high risk sports
  • Team consultations when requested

Making an appointment:

To set up an evaluation or consultation with one of our Athletic Trainers, email

Our Athletic Trainers meet at our clinic (Rowell building, room 026) and are available Monday thru Thursday afternoon's from 3-6.  Be sure to make an appointment first.

For additional Health and Wellness information, here are some links:

  1. UVM Club Sports Concussion Protocol (pending approval)
  2. UVM Club Sports Lightning Protocol
  3. UVM Club Sports Safety Cards

Last modified August 26 2014 04:34 PM

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