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Cassidy Evans Windsor, MS, ATC

Cassidy Evans Windsor, MS, ATC

Athletic Trainer/Instructor

Cassidy Evans Windsor is in her second year as an instructor and athletic trainer at the University of West Alabama. Cassidy is primarily the athletic trainer for UWA’s women’s soccer team. Her teaching responsibilities include primarily graduate courses in rehabilitation, manual therapy, and dysfunctional movement and treatment. 

Cassidy grew up in Palmer, Alaska, before moving to Fayette, Missouri in 2014 to pursue her bachelor’s degree. She graduated with her bachelors of science in athletic training from Central Methodist University in May of 2018. After graduation she moved to Mesa, Arizona to pursue her post-professional masters of athletic training through A.T. Still University, which she completed in June of 2020. Her research efforts are focused on health-related quality of life in athletes and social determinants of health. While completing her masters she was the head athletic trainer at Chandler Preparatory Academy, a public charter high school in Chandler, Arizona. Cassidy has experience working with a variety of sports and athletes of all age and skill levels. She is currently pursuing her doctorate in athletic training through A.T. Still University.

Cassidy Evans Windsor, Ms, ATC

Cassidy has enjoyed bringing her unique skillset and background to the athletic training program at University of West Alabama to provide the best quality care and education to her athletes and students. Cassidy currently resides in Livingston with her husband, Alan and dog, Rownan.WindsoW


  • BS- Athletic Training Central Methodist University 2018
  • Post Professional MS- Athletic Training A.T. Still University 2020
  • Recent Publications

  • The Relationships Between Early Sport Specialization, Overuse Injury, and Health Related Quality of Life in Throwing Athletes, Evans C, Picha KJ, Huxel Bliven KC, Bay RC, Valovich McLeod TC., June 2021 Abstract 2021
  • Upper Extremity Injury History Impacts Current Health Related Quality of Life in Collegiate Baseball and Softball Athletes, Picha KJ, Valovich McLeod TC, Bay RC, Evans C, Huxel Bliven KC, June 2021 Abstract 2021
  • The Relationships Between Early Sport Specialization, Overuse Injury, and Health Related Quality of Life in Throwing Athletes; Virtual National Athletic Trainers’ Association Clinical Symposia and Expo Free Communication Oral Presentations: Sport Injury E Presentation 2021
  • The Association Between Psychological Readiness to Return to Sport and Self-Perceived Function After Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction: Critically Appraised Topic; Rocky Mountain Athletic Trainers Association District Convention; Poster Presentati Presentation 2019
  • Strategic Research Fund, A.T. Still University; Effectiveness of an Academic Electronic Health Record to Improve patient Care Documentation Among Professional Athletic Training Students; June 2021 Grant 2021