Joshua Lammert joined the Stephen F. Austin athletics training staff in July 2013. Lammert works directly with the Lumberjack basketball team and golf teams while assisting with football.
A licensed athletics trainer who is certified by the Board of Certification, Lammert comes to Nacogdoches after spending the past season serving as an assistant at Bryan College in Dayton, Tenn., where he worked with the baseball, men's soccer and women's golf teams.
Prior to his time in Dayton, Lammert spent two seasons working with SFA head athetics trainer Jeff Smith at Northwest Missouri State as a graduate assistant. Lammert was given the responsibility of working with the Bearcat volleyball, baseball and track and field teams, as well as assisting with an NCAA Division II semifinalist football team.
Lammert also spent three seasons at Missouri Valley College where he worked with the MVC football, softball, baseball, women's soccer, women's basketball and men's volleyball teams. Prior to moving into the collegiate ranks, Lammert spent one year working as a student trainer at the Excel Physical Therapy Clinic and the Columbia Orthopedic Group.
Lammert has been the recipient of the National Athletic Training Association (NATA) scholarship. He received a NATA-REF Undergraduate Scholarship in 2009, and a NATA-REF Graduate Scholarship in 2011. Lammert also received the Mid-America Athletic Trainer's Association Post-Graduate Scholarship that same year.
Lammert is a 2010 graduate of Missouri Valley College. During his time at MVC, Lammert was named the Athletic Training Student of the Year. He received his master's degree from Northwest Missouri State in April 2012. Lammert's wife, Sarah, works for the SFA Charter School.