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Quincy leaves Tigers for USSA position



After 16 years of serving his alma mater in a variety of capacities, Richard Quincy has moved on to a new challenge and opportunity. Quincy, a longtime fixture behind the bench as Colorado College’s hockey trainer, recently accepted a position as medical director for the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association. He will oversee the health and well-being of more than 200 national-team athletes plus medical programs supporting their needs, including supervision of USSA's unique physicians' pool which provides on-site medical assistance at training camps and competitions worldwide. Quincy’s departure leaves a void in more than CC’s athletic training staff. In addition to overseeing all medical aspects of the school’s Division I hockey program, he handled the team’s travel arrangements and academic-related issues. In 2004, he was appointed director of academic enhancement for all student athletes at the school. A faculty member in the sport science department, the 1986 graduate also taught a course in biomechanics.