Mark Poolman
Position: Assistant Athletic Trainer
Hometown: Warren, Minn.
Alma Mater: North Dakota
Graduating Year: 1992
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Mark Poolman
Courtesy: UND Athletics Media Relations
Release: 09/03/2009
The longest-tenured member of the North Dakota men's hockey staff, Mark Poolman, ATC, is in his 19th season as the program's athletic trainer and also serves as the team's strength and conditioning coordinator.

Poolman is a 1992 graduate of UND with bachelor degrees in physical education and athletic training. Poolman completed his master's degree in exercise physiology at UND in 1997.

A native of Warren, Minn., Poolman was a three-year letterwinner on the gridiron and served as UND team captain during his senior season. He was also a first-team all-North Central Conference wide receiver for the Fighting Sioux in 1988.

Poolman still ranks prominently on UND's various career and single-season receiving lists.

Poolman and his wife, LeAnne, have three sons, Tucker (20), Colton (18) and Mason (11).