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Alex Pulvermacher
Position: Athletic Trainer
Hometown: Princeton, Wis.
Alma Mater: Wisconsin-Oshkosh
Graduating Year: 2010
Alex Pulvermacher
Courtesy: UND Athletics Media Relations
Release: 11/02/2010

Alex Pulvermacher joined the North Dakota women's basketball athletic training staff in the summer of 2010.

Prior to UND, she spent four years (2006-10) as a student athletic trainer at Wisconsin-Oshkosh working with football, wrestling, track and field, and baseball. Pulvermacher also gained experience working with boys and girls basketball, wrestling, track and field, baseball, soccer, and softball at the high school level.

In the summer of 2009, she interned at the UW-Whitewater sports camp, where she worked with a variety of sports including wheelchair basketball, volleyball, gymnastics, lacrosse, and tennis.

A native of Princeton, Wis., Pulvermacher received a bachelor's degree in athletic training with a minor in strength and conditioning from Wisconsin-Oshkosh in 2010. She is an active member of the NATA and is a BOC certified athletic trainer and is licensed in CPR/AED.

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