Jeff Hurst is currently the Head Athletic Trainer for the women’s basketball and women’s golf teams. He also assists with track and field when basketball is out of season. Previously he worked with football as Head Athletic Trainer for two years and Assistant Athletic Trainer for six years. He was also Head Athletic Trainer for baseball for six years and track and cross country for two years.
Hurst currently serves as the president of the Rocky Mountain Athletics Trainers Association (RMATA) board of directors. Previously he served as a member of the RMATA ACS committee, president of the Utah Athletic Trainers Association (UATA), vice president of the UATA and member of the UATA education committee.
Hurst graduated with his bachelor’s degree from BYU in 2000. After working in an unrelated field for a year, he returned to BYU for his graduate degree. He earned his master’s degree in athletic training in 2004. Between his first and second years of graduate school he was hired by the Anaheim Angels to be the head athletic trainer of the Pioneer League team, the Provo Angels.
After finishing graduate work, he was hired by IHC to be the clinical coordinator/athletic trainer for Utah Valley Sports Medicine and Orthopedics at Utah Valley Hospital.
Hurst and his family currently reside in Lehi, Utah. He and his wife Kim have two daughters, Kennedy and Zoe, and two sons, Will and Isaac.