Abdul Gaddy and Kristi Kingma, UW's men's and women's basketball senior captains, share more than the experience of grinding through ACL rehabilitation. They have the same circle of dedicated trainers to thank.
Following a offseason routine surgery, Husky forward Macknezie Argens found out she had played on a torn ACL for part of the season
Jenn Stueckle begins her 10th season working with the Washington women's basketball team. She is also an athletic trainer for the Husky men's golf team.
Stueckle earned bachelor's degrees in sports medicine and secondary education from Whitworth College in 1999, where she was a four-year letterwinner in basketball.
Stueckle went on to do her graduate studies at the University of Oregon. She earned her Master's degree in exercise and movement science in 2002, while working as a graduate assistant trainer with the Ducks' women's basketball and football teams.
She interned at Washington State University during the 2002-03 season, working primarily with football and women's rowing.
Originally from Seattle, Stueckle is a 1995 graduate of Mt. Rainier High School where she played basketball, volleyball and softball. She resides in Lynnwood with her husband, Matt.