Head Athletic Trainer
The 2019-20 campaign marks Geoff Clark's 22nd NBA season, all with the Trail Blazers, and 10th as Head Athletic Trainer. His background includes four seasons within the Los Angeles Dodgers minor league system and eight years in outpatient physical therapy where he also worked with the CBA's Yakima Sun Kings. Clark is NATA Board Certified as an Athletic Trainer, holds NASM credentials in Performance Enhancement and Corrective Exercise, and has the CSCS credentialing by the NSCA. Along with his sports medicine duties, Clark also helps coordinate team travel. A native of Salem, Ore., Clark received his B.S. from Oregon State University in 1990 and completed his USOC Sports Medicine Internship in 1999. He was recipient of the CBA Athletic Trainer of the Year award in 1995, served at the 1996 Centennial Olympics in Atlanta, was a member of the 1997 USA Men's Basketball Tournament of the Americas gold medal-winning team, and served on the medical staff at the 2012 NBA All-Star Game. Clark was also a recipient of the 2013-14 Joe O'Toole Award recognizing the NBATA Athletic Trainer of the Year. He and his wife, Alisa, reside in Beaverton, enjoy spending time with family, and experiencing the Pacific Northwest.