Megan Nixon is in her sixth year as assistant athletic trainer at Bradley University. Nixon is the primary contact with the women's basketball team after working her first four years on The Hilltop primarily with the volleyball and softball teams in addition to helping with the administrative oversight of the Braves Sports Medicine program.
A native of Peoria, Ill., and Richwoods High School graduate, Nixon earned her master’s degree in developmental kinesiology from Bowling Green. A member of the Ball State swim team, Nixon graduated from Ball State with a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science and Athletic Training.
While at Bowling Green, Nixon was a graduate assistant and was responsible for the athletic training needs for women’s soccer, gymnastics, softball and cheerleading. In addition, she served as the host athletic trainer for the 2005 Mid-American Conference Women’s Soccer Tournament and 2006 MAC Women’s Gold Championship.
A National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA) approved clinical instructor, Nixon is also a member of the Ohio Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy and Athletic Trainer’s Board.