Brittany Lee ’10

Brittany Lee ’10 is Mental Conditioning Coach at IMG Academy, an athletic training institute in Bradenton, Fla.

Before taking her current position, Lee served as Trinity’s Graduate Studies Program Coordinator and Assistant Coach for the women’s soccer team.

As a member of the Athletics Department, she led the Athletic Leadership Program for Students (ALPS) as well as working with teams and coaches in performance counseling.

Lee graduated from Trinity in 2010 with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and received a master’s in athletic counseling from Springfield College in Massachusetts.  She is a Certified Sport Psychology Consultant through the Association of Applied Sport Psychology.

She was involved in every aspect of the program and assists the varsity and junior varsity teams. Lee was a four-year player for Coach Josh Lenarz from 2006-2009. As a student-athlete Lee played on the 2008 NAIA Final Four team and on the 2009 NAIA Sweet Sixteen team.  She also was a member of the team that placed third at the 2007 NCCAA National Championship.

While a student-athlete at Trinity, Lee coached youth soccer teams and at summer camps.  After graduation, she spent two years working with collegiate teams and youth in the New England area and has served with AmeriCorps as an academic coach for high school athletes.  Lee has also been a facilitator at an outdoor learning center.