Nancy Weir is the trainer for Weber State’s volleyball, softball, and men’s and women’s track and field teams. She handles medical coverage for those teams as well as conducts drug education programs for all athletes.
Weir joined Weber State’s staff in August 1983 and is in her 27th season with the Wildcats. Prior to coming to Weber State she was the Head Athletic Trainer for Snow College in 1979 and also worked as the Graduate Assistant in the Western Illinois Athletic Training Room for two years. She served as the Assistant Trainer at Montana State before coming to Ogden.
Nancy also is an adjunct professor/clinical instructor in the undergraduate athletic training program in WSU’s Jerry and Vickie Moyes College of Education. She serves on the university’s Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug Advisory Board and has organized the Great American Teach-In, a program that brings student-athletes into elementary schools, where they teach children about the effects of drugs and alcohol. She has served as secretary of the Utah Athletic Trainers’ Association and volunteered at events such as the Winter Olympics, the Utah Summer Games and high school basketball tournaments.
In June 2009 Weir was honored with the National Athletic Trainers Association Service Award, a national honor that recognizes local, state and district service.
Weir earned her Bachelor’s degree from the University of Utah and earned a Master’s at Western Illinois. She played softball and volleyball for two years at Snow College.