Virginia Tech Athletics Department

Blacksburg, VA 24061

Brett Griesemer
Director, Sports Medicine
Sports Medicine/Athletic Training
(540) 231-7741 :: Send Email

Responsibilities: Griesemer coordinates all sports medicine needs for the Virginia Tech baseball program and assists with the medical needs for the football program. He is also Virginia Tech’s Director of Research.

Joined VT Athletics Staff: 2012

At Virginia Tech: Griesemer came to Virginia Tech in 2010 and was a graduate assistant in the sports medicine office for two years while working on his master’s degree. During that time, he served as the athletic trainer for the track & field and cross country programs and assisted with football. Upon completion of his master’s degree, Griesemer started work as the athletic trainer for the baseball program as well as an assistant athletic trainer for the football program. Aside from providing medical coverage for his specific sports, Griesemer also coordinates and helps facilitate a number of different research initiatives throughout the athletic department, including measuring head accelerations in student-athletes, force data collection, functional imaging and conducting brain biomarker research.

Prior to Virginia Tech: Griesemer worked for three years as student athletic trainer at the University of Florida working with the football program as well as Buchholz High School. He also worked a summer athletic training internship with the Houston Texans in the summer of 2010.

Education: University of Florida, 2010 (B.S. in Athletic Training); Virginia Tech 2012 (Master’s in Instructional Technology).

Personal: A native of Royal Palm Beach, Fla., Griesemer currently lives in Blacksburg and enjoys exercising and attending Virginia Tech sporting events.