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Britney Webb

Britney Webb, M.Ed, ATC, LAT

Clinical Site Coordinator

Senior Instructor of Athletic Training

B. Webb


  • B.S. Tarleton State University (1995)
  • M.Ed. Tarleton State University (1997)


Britney Webb, M.Ed. LAT, ATC has been employed since 2006 as the Clinical Site Coordinator and Senior Lecturer of Athletic Training at Texas State University. Her duties include teaching athletic training classes as well as overseeing the off-campus clinical site where the athletic training students participate in clinical rotations.

Webb, a magna cum laude graduate from Tarleton State University (TSU) also received her Master of Education from Tarleton State as well.

As an athletic trainer Britney‘s tenure includes Abilene Christian University where she spent two years as assistant Athletic Trainer and two years as the Head Women’s Athletic Trainer. Her duties included athletic trainer for volleyball, basketball, tennis, softball, cheerleaders, and recruitment of athletic training students. Other experiences consist of Co-Head Athletic Trainer at Granbury High School in Granbury Texas for four years and contract Athletic Trainer for Baird High School, Baird Texas, Hays High School, Buda, Texas, and San Marcos High School, San Marcos, Texas. Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer at Tarleton State University for two years (1995-97) as well as Texas High School Girls All-Star Athletic Trainer (2000). She has also worked as an Athletic Trainer for Mesquite Professional Rodeo (2001-02) and the West Texas Fair and Rodeo (2005).

Britney is active in the Southwest Athletic Trainers Association (SWATA) National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA), and Texas State Athletic Trainers Association (TSATA). She has served as the liaison to the Life Balancing committee for the SWATA Work Options program and participated as member of the NATA Honors and Awards committee. She has also previously served as chair for both the SWATA Life Balancing committee and Women in Athletic Training committee (WATC) and served as a member of the NATA WATC. Britney is currently an instructor for TSATA Sports Medicine I, II and III courses and serves as the parliamentarian and recording secretary as well for TSATA. In addition to her athletic training service, she serves on a host of committees throughout Texas State University.  She is also the Texas State University advisor for the Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Within the community, Britney is active in all levels of the San Marcos CISD.  She is currently involved in Doris Miller Middle School PTO and athletics booster club as well as serves as a Bowie Elementary classroom representative and a member of the
High School baseball booster club. Other roles that Britney serves are teacher for the Kinder-Church, participant of the College of Education Dean’s Circle and T-Association member at TSU. 

In 2007, 2011, and 2013 she was the recipient of the SWATA awards for James Dodson New Horizon, Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer and Eddie Wojecki Award, respectively. Britney was recognized in 2011 and 2014 for her service as a recipient for the College of Education Achievement Award for the Presidential Award for Excellence in Service at Texas State University. She was also honored at the 21st Annual Alumni Academic Forum at TSU and has received the Outstanding Young Alumnus from the Tarleton Alumni Association.                

Her husband, Bryan is the head baseball coach at San Marcos High School. They have three sons Gunner, Kannon and Kutter-Gage.