|Title:||Assistant AD - Human Performance|
|College:||Northern Colorado, 2000; Oregon, 2002|
Rawley Klingsmith joined the Northern Colorado Sports Medicine staff in 2004 and in January 2012 was promoted to Assistant Athletic Director for Human Performance - Head Athletic Trainer.
The Bears move to Division I brought change to the sports medicine staff in summer 2006 as Klingsmith, along with Mark Peters, took over as Co-Head Athletic Trainers.
Klingsmith also serves as the head men's basketball athletic trainer in addition to assisting with all of Northern Colorado's 19 intercollegiate sports, assisting with student athletic training instruction and coordinating physician/doctor involvement.
Klingsmith graduated from the University of Northern Colorado in May of 2000 with a bachelor of arts degree in kinesiology/athletic training. As an undergraduate, Klingsmith was a student athletic trainer and assisted with football, baseball, wrestling, soccer, volleyball and swimming.
Following graduation, Klingsmith was a graduate assistant at the University of Oregon in Eugene. For the Ducks, he assisted with the athletic training needs for the football and wrestling programs. He graduated with his master of science in sports medicine in April 2002.
From March of 2002 to June of 2003, Klingsmith was an intern with the Denver Broncos, where he assisted with injuries as well as travel preparation and setup for the training staff.
Klingsmith also worked for Langford Sports and Physical Therapy in Albuquerque from August 2003 until May 2004 as well as interning with the University of New Mexico training staff.
Klingsmith is a member of the National Athletic Trainers Association and the Rocky Mountain Athletic Trainers Association.
Klingsmith, a native of Karval, Colo., and his wife, Corri, live in Greeley.