Ben Froelich joined the Jacksonville Sports Medicine department in July 2017 as an intern athletic trainer. Ben’s primary responsibilities at Jacksonville University are with the Men’s Soccer and Men’s Golf teams.
Prior to arriving at Jacksonville University, Froelich studied at Liberty University where he worked with football, track and field, club sports, softball and field hockey as a student athletic trainer. Froelich also worked as a lab assistant in Liberty’s Athletic Training Lab for two years. Prior to transferring to Liberty, Ben attended Wheaton College in Illinois where he played on the Men’s Club Volleyball team as well as worked as a statistician with the Women’s Volleyball program.
Froelich was born in Richmond, Virginia, but spent his entire life, leading up to college, in Kyrgyzstan and Thailand.
Froelich graduated in 2017 from Liberty University with his B.S. in Athletic Training. Additionally, Froelich toured Armenia with Athletes in Action teaching sports medicine topics to students and professors. Froelich is also Functional Movement Systems certified and a member of the NATA.
Froelich is a licensed athletic trainer in the state of Florida and is certified by the NATA BOC.