Colleen Duff joined the LMU Athletic Training staff in August of 2011 and works primarily with the women's soccer, softball and women's swimming programs.
Prior to joining LMU, Duff spent two years as an assistant athletic trainer at UC Irvine. Under her title, she assisted in all aspects of the Athletic Training room, managed a group of student athletic trainers, and taught an introduction to Athletic Training course. Duff also spent time working as a certified athletic trainer for Dana Hills High School while working for the San Clemente Orthopaedic Rehabilitation Clinic.
Duff received a Bachelor's degree in kinesiology specializing in Athletic Training from Michigan State University in 2006 before becoming a graduate assistant and going on to earn a Master's degree in physical education specializing in exercise physiology from University of Alabama at Birmingham in 2008.
A member of the National Athletic Trainers' Association since 2004, Duff has also been a member of the Far West Athletic Training Association since 2009. The 2006 recipient of the Ronnie Barnes Award for Outstanding Leadership in Athletic Training aided the USA Men's and Women's National Volleyball teams in 2010, and worked the 2011 Men's Water Polo World University Games scrimmage and the 2009 AVP Beach Tournament in Huntington Beach, Calif.
Duff currently resides in Redondo Beach, Calif.