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Athletic Training Staff

Athletic trainers help to enhance the quality of health care for athletes and those engaged in physical activity by preventing, evaluating, managing and rehabilitating injuries. For more information about this profession, check out the National Athletic Trainers Association website at NIC's Athletic Training program provides students with the opportunity to work with athletes from nine highly competitive varsity sports, while under the direct supervision of a certified athletic trainer.

Students interested in transferring to a four-your institution to earn a bachelor's degree in Athletic Training and/or Sports Medicine should complete the NIC Associate of Science requirements for Physical Education and the following Athletic Training Option courses:

  • BIOL 207 Concepts in Human Nutrition
  • CAOT 182 Medical Terminology
  • PE 250 Clinical Athletic Training
  • PE 248 Care & Prevention of Athletic Injuries

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Randy Boswell, MA, LAT, ATC

Head Athletic Trainer
Phone: (208) 769-3217

Randy Boswell is in his 26th year as North Idaho College’s Certified Athletic Trainer. After playing baseball and earning a bachelor’s degree at Point Loma Nazarene University, he earned a master’s degree from San Diego State University.

In addition to being NIC’s Head Athletic Trainer, Boswell has worked very closely with USA Wrestling and has traveled to numerous events throughout the world.

He worked The World Cup of Wrestling in 1999, 2002, and 2003. He was chosen to work the Pan-American Wrestling Championships in Mexico in 2010 and 2014, the 2011 Jr. Pan-American Wrestling Championships in Sao Paulo, Brazil and the 2012 Ivan Yariguin Golden Grand Prix in Krasnoyarsk, Russia.  He was selected to travel with the World Freestyle team to Russia and Armenia in 2013. That same year, he was the Athletic Trainer for the World Championships in Budapest, Hungary. Boswell was requested to work the 2015 World Championships in Las Vegas, Nevada and the 2017 World Championships in Paris, France.

He and his wife Jennifer live in the Spokane/Coeur d’Alene area and are the proud parents of daughter Brayden, son Ethan, and granddaughter Iyla.


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Quinn Marianno, LAT, ATC

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Having lived in the greater Coeur d’Alene area since 1994, Quinn considers Coeur d’Alene his home. His interest in athletic training culminated under the mentorship of Randy Boswell as a student athletic trainer at North Idaho College from 2008-2011. Quinn went on to earn his bachelor’s degree with cum laude honors at Eastern Washington University in 2013 in Athletic Training while interning with Women’s Basketball, Track & Field, and Spokane Shock Arena Football Team for two seasons. Quinn is currently earning his master’s degree in Health Education for Idaho State University’s 2020 class.

In his 4 years at NIC, Quinn was selected to serve as an athletic trainer on a number of national and international level events including 2015 Fa’a Samoa Initiative Volleyball Camp for Troy Polamalu, 2017 and 2018 USA Judo Championships, 2018 Cadet National Wrestling Championships, 2018 Pan-American Taekwondo Championships, and USA Masters Track & Field National Championships.

Quinn is proud to return for his fifth year as a Certified Athletic Trainer with the North Idaho College Athletic Training Staff.

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Cori Holmes

Student Athletic Trainer

Kenai, Alaska
High School: Kenai Central

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Naomi Cole

Student Athletic Trainer

Athol, Idaho
Home Schooled

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Noelia Ramirez

Student Athletic Trainer

Post Falls
Post Falls High School