Jordan Stiers, MS, ATC, LAT, PES
Jordan Stiers joined Kansas Athletics and Kansas Team Health in 2020, serving as the Assistant Athletic Trainer for Kansas volleyball and track & field.
In her role as an athletic trainer, Stiers provides quality care in the evaluation of injuries of student-athletes and administers proper care and recommends training regimens for student-athletes, among other responsibilities.
Prior to joining KU, Stiers worked on a seasonal internship with the Kansas City Chiefs, where she aided staff athletic trainers in advanced treatment and rehabilitation protocols for NFL athletes. Stiers was also responsible for mentoring and leading six summer interns through daily responsibilities during training camp, among other responsibilities.
Stiers earned her Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training in 2019 from the University of Kansas, before earning her Master of Science in Performance Enhancement and Injury Prevention from California University of Pennsylvania in 2020.
As a student at KU, Stiers assisted as an ATS for Kansas volleyball, Kansas football and Kansas track & field, while also working with Sporting KC and the Kansas City Chiefs.
Stiers earned valuable clinical experience throughout her career, working Super Bowl LIV with the Kansas City Chiefs, USA Men’s Soccer Gold Cup as part of the stretcher crew, MLS Sporting Kansas City stretcher crew and more.
Stiers has also earned the following certifications: Performance Enhancement Specialist-NASM-PES, Specialist in Speed and Explosion-NASE-CSS, Kansas Board of Healing Arts – Licensed Athletic Trainer, Missouri Board of Healing Arts – Licensed Athletic Trainer, Board of Certification – Certified Athletic Trainer, American Red Cross – CPR/AED certified, Blood Borne Pathogens and Mental Health First Aid.