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Level III - IV Interns
Will LaMilza is from Saint Clair Shores Michigan, where he attended South Lake High school. Will graduated from Michigan State University with a B.S. Kinesiology. He was an intern at Spartan Performance during Spring and Summer 2015. He currently is the sports performance specialist at Lansing Catholic High School, and also assists with other team training and camps at Spartan Performance.
Kara Harrison is a junior dietetics major from Mattawan, Michigan, where she played varsity basketball, golf, and lacrosse. Kara’s interests focus on the relationship between nutrition and performance training. She plans to become a registered dietitian and wants to work in a place like Spartan Performance. She enjoys helping athletes reach their full potential in their sports and as people.
Daniel Price is in his senior year at Michigan State University studying Kinesiology. Originally from Ishpeming, Michigan, Dan was a three-sport athlete in high school and has continued to play sports recreationally. He hopes to continue his education after receiving his bachelor's degree this winter, and would like to work with young athletes in both a rehabilitative and training setting. In addition to being an avid baseball fan, Dan enjoys maintaining an active lifestyle through hiking, cycling, and kayaking.
Level I - II Interns
Jeb Struder is a senior from Cary, North Carolina who is currently pursuing a B.S in Kinesiology with a concentration in Exercise Physiology and a minor in Nutrition from East Carolina University. Jeb played high school varsity baseball and DIII ice hockey for East Carolina University. He looks to continue his education and gain valuable experience through his internship here at Spartan Performance.
David Berkompas is from Grand Rapids, and a senior at Michigan State University pursuing a dual degree in Kinesiology and Spanish with a minor in Health Promotion. He played basketball, wrestling, football and lacrosse in high school, and has continued to play and coach lacrosse. He hopes to continue to train young athletes as he graduates from MSU.
Robert Leggert is currently in his fourth year at Michigan State University pursuing a bachelor's degree in Kinesiology with a specialization in health promotion. He is originally from Fowlerville, MI and after graduation he plans on obtaining his master's degree in Kinesiology. He eventually wants to go on to PA school. He was a three-sport athlete in high school, which included wrestling, baseball, and tennis and still plays sports recreationally. He has coached in a variety of settings for both baseball and tennis and continues to be involved with youth programs in his home town.
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