Heather Bauby is in her 16th year at Randolph-Macon College and has been the Head Athletic Trainer since 2009.
Bauby came to Randolph-Macon from Gig Harbor, Washington, where she worked for MVP Physical Therapy for one year. During that time, Bauby was head athletic trainer at Peninsula High School, medic first aid/CPR instructor, strength and conditioning trainer, and water aerobics teacher.
Prior to her position in Washington, Bauby was a graduate assistant athletic trainer at the University of Virginia. She also served as a student athletic trainer as an undergraduate at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, New York.
Bauby received a B.S. degree in biology from RPI in May 2002. She went on to receive a master's of education in athletic training from the University of Virginia in January 2004. She is a Certified Athletic Trainer through the NATABOC, a NSCA-certified strength and conditioning specialist, and an ASHI FA/CPR/AED instructor.
In addition to her athletic training duties, Bauby played soccer for four years at RPI. She was a two-year team captain, was first-team all-conference, all-state and all-region as a senior as well as MVP of the ECAC tournament. In addition, Bauby was named to the conference all-academic team twice, and was a member of the Student Athletic Advisory Board.
When not working with our Randolph-Macon College Athletes, Heather enjoys spending time with her wife Kathy, their two children Sylvia and Hadley, and their faithful dog Kazee.