Employee Spotlight - Eric Imrie
Our student-athletes daily suffer injuries, sprains, and strains while competing for Lassen Community College. During the contests, immediate care and prevention of sports injuries is needed. Who is the individual responsible for this daily care? It belongs to our trainer, Eric Imrie.
Eric Imrie was born in Sacramento, California. He attended Lichen Elementary, Campbell Middle School and Westmont High in San Jose, and completed his secondary education at CK McClatchy High in Sacramento. He attended Sacramento City College for two years, completing 60 units in general education before transferring to Humboldt State. At Humboldt State, Eric majored in Kinesiology/Athletic Training. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in that area and began his pursuit of a career in Athletic Training.
Prior to coming to Lassen Community College, Eric has worked as a graduate assistant and assistant athletic trainer at Humboldt State. He has also worked at College of the Redwoods and Arcadia High School as the Head Athletic Trainer.
While working for the College of the Redwoods, Eric travelled with the team to Lassen Community College. His work as a trainer impressed former Athletic Director, John Jones. He was offered a job at LCC during a game. This is his fourth year as the trainer at LCC. In the future, Eric plans to complete his master’s degree in Sport Psychology and work for the Oakland Raiders.