The LMU Athletic Training staff will feature three new trainers in 2013-14.
The LMU Sports Network takes a look at why LMU is #LIONSTRONG. This #LIONSTRONG feature takes a look at the long days of the LMU Sports Medicine staff. A 2000 LMU graduate, Gary Dyogi began servicing LMU student-athletes in 2003. He is still at it, entering his second decade of service.
A graduate of LMU, Dyogi has been working within the Lion Athletic Training program since 2003, initially serving as a full time trainer and then in shorter stints during camps or other special events that required additional training room staff.
Dyogi, who is also a strength and conditioning specialist, has worked with a wide variety of programs throughout his Athletic Training career, including softball, water polo, basketball, volleyball, crew, football and baseball.
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