WWU student named to athletic training leadership position

William Woods University
student Benjamin Struemph of Jefferson City, Mo., is
the new president of the
National
Athletic Trainer’s Association District V
Student Leadership Committee.

Struemph,
who just
completed his freshman year at The Woods, was appointed president by his
peers on the committee. As president, his
duties include
directing the meetings, selecting committee
chairs, assigning duties and serving as the official spokesperson.
Active
on the WWU campus, Struemph also recently received a
Student Alumni Council
Outstanding Freshman Award, awarded to him by the nomination and votes of
fellow students.
A
member of Phi Gamma Delta Fraternity, he served as freshman
judicial board member and
fundraising chairman. He
also was Student Alumni Council freshman
class president and a
member of the Athletic Training Student Organization.
Struemph
is head student assistant for
WWU basketball and a volunteer for the WWU Theatre Department. He also serves
as a WWU’s representative
to the Missouri
Athletic Trainer’s Association
Student Leadership Council.
Along
with his extensive involvement on campus, Struemph volunteers for the Michael
J. Fox Foundation and highway cleanups.