College - St. Cloud State
Gregg Farnam begins his ninth season with the Timberwolves and his sixth as the team's head athletic trainer. He came to the organization from the St. Paul Saints Northern League baseball team, where he served as trainer during the 1998 baseball season.

He was the athletic trainer for the gold medal-winning United States men's basketball team at the Goodwill Games in Brisbane, Australia, in September 2001. He also provided medical coverage for the women's volleyball team and the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colo., in July 2003.

In addition to being responsible for every aspect of the Wolves' training room operations, Farnam works closely with the team's medical staff in monitoring a player's physical condition as well as the assessing and treatment of injuries. He is also responsible for coordinating team travel.

Farnam has also provided game coverage for the Institute for Athletic Medicine. He graduated with a bachelor's degree in sports medicine from St. Cloud State University and has a master's degree in exercise science and health promotions from California University of Pennsylvania. He is a certified member of the National Trainers Association, as well as the National Strength and Conditioning Association and the National Academy of Sports Medicine.

Farnam and his wife, Tiffany, along with their sons, Nolan and Maximilian, and daughter, Mae, reside in Rogers, Minn.