Athletic Training Staff

 

Ian Rogol
M. Ed., VATL, ATC
Head Athletic Trainer
irogol@umw.edu
540-654-1872

Ian Rogol, M.Ed., VATL, ATC is entering his sixth year as Head Athletic Trainer at the University of Mary Washington.  He is responsible for the daily athletic training room operations, including 2 full time staff members and student athletic training aides, injury management and rehabilitation, and ensuring acute and chronic medical evaluation and treatment for all varsity sport athletes.

He was honored as the 2012 College and University Athletic Trainer of the Year across all three divisions by the Virginia Athletic Trainers' Association.  The award recognizes strong work ethic and dedication to the athletes and athletic training as a profession.

Prior to Mary Washington, Rogol spent the previously 14 years working at the secondary school level.

Rogol earned a Bachelors of Science degree in 1994 from James Madison University in Kinesiology/athletic training. In 1996 he received a Master of Education in Sports Medicine at the University of Virginia.  While attending the University of Virginia he completed an internship at Fork Union Military Academy.

A certified member of the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA) and licensed by the Virginia Board of Medicine, Rogol also has membership in the Mid-Atlantic Athletic Trainers’ Association (MAATA), and the Virginia Athletic Trainers’ Association (VATA).  He has held many positions within the VATA.  For the past 4 years he has been treasurer for the organization.  Rogol also was the Region III representative and chair of the Constitution and By-Laws Committee. Additionally he serves as a member of the Virginia High School League’s Sports Medicine Advisory Committee.  He is certified in CPR/AED and First Aid by the American Red Cross.

He has presented and published research on the effects of open versus closed kinetic chain exercises in improving shoulder joint reposition sense equally in healthy subjects at the NATA Annual Meeting and Symposia and Journal of Athletic Training. 

 

Ashley Drier
Assistant Athletic Trainer

Ashley Drier, MS, LAT, ATC is entering her second year as Assistant Athletic Trainer at the University of Mary Washington. She is responsible for the Volleyball, Men's Basketball, Women's Lacrosse, and Men's Tennis.

Prior to Mary Washington, Drier worked at Lindsey Wilson College for the past three years (2013-2016) as an Assistant Athletic Trainer. She was responsible for the Volleyball, Men's and Women's Swimming, and Baseball teams. Drier also worked at Clay-Battelle High School for two years (2011-2013) as a Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer for HealthWorks Rehab and Fitness through West Virginia University. She was responsible for all 12 athletic teams at the high school including Cheerleading, Volleyball, High School Football, Middle School Football, Cross Country, Golf, Wrestling, Boy's Basketball, Girl's Basketball, Baseball, Softball, and Track and Field.

Drier earned a Master of Science degree in Athletic Training from West Virginia University in 2013. She earned a Bachelors of Science degree in Athletic Training from California University of Pennsylvania in 2011.

Drier is a certified member of the National Athletic Trainers Association and licensed by the Virginia Board of Medicine. She is also licensed by the Kentucky Board of Medical Licensure and by the Pennsylvania State Board of Medicine. She is certified in CPR/AED and First Aid by the American Red Cross.

Ashley resides in Fredericksburg with her dog, Blue. ​

 

 

 

Beth Druvenga
Assistant Athletic Trainer

Beth is in her first year as an Assistant Athletic Trainer at the University of Mary Washington and in her fifth year as a BOC certified athletic trainer. Her primary sport responsibilities are men’s soccer, women’s basketball, men’s lacrosse and women’s tennis. She has experience at the NCAA Divison 1 and secondary school levels.

She completed her B.A. in Athletic Training at Central College (IA) and M.S.Ed in Physical Education/Athletic Training at Old Dominion University, while at Old Dominion she worked as a graduate assistant at Norfolk State University. Beth also volunteers as an Athletic Trainer, serving as part of the Virginia Athletic Trainers Association as a Region Representative and volunteering her time for various weekender sporting events.

She lives in Woodbridge and in her spare time she enjoys reading, cooking/baking, and watching massive amounts of NCIS. She is BOC certified, licensed by the Virginia Board of Medicine, a member of the NATA and CPR/AED and first aid certified.