Jeremy Tiermini is the current head athletic trainer at Finger Lakes. He is responsible for providing treatment and medical services to all home and visiting athletic teams at the college. In addition, Tiermini is the coordinator of the athletic training degree program and is an assistant professor in the physical education and integrated health care department. He serves as the Mid-State Athletic Conference representative for the National Junior College Athletic Association Region III Athletic Trainers’ Network.
Tiermini earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Sports Medicine from Mount Union College in 1994. In that same year, he became certified by the National Athletic Trainers’ Association. Since earning his degree, he has worked as a certified athletic trainer at the clinical, high school, and collegiate levels. He also holds a Master of Science degree in Sports Medicine from the United States Sports Academy (2004).
Tiermini is married with two children. He has a son named Calogero and a daughter named Francesca. His wife Jacqueline is also an employee of Finger Lakes, where she serves as an instructor in the developmental studies department.