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Shannon Peel MA, LAT, ATC


Assistant Clinical Professor

Athletic Training Clinical Education Coordinator

Office:  223 Forker Building


Tel: (515) 294-7029

Professional Information


Shannon Peel is the Athletic Training Clinical Education Coordinator in the Department of Kinesiology at Iowa State University.  Prior to his academic appointment he worked with Cyclone Athletics since the Fall of 1997.  During this time he worked with several Iowa State teams including Women's Soccer, Football, Wrestling, Cross Country, Track & Field, Tennis, Cheer Squad and Dance team.

Courses Taught


HS 105 Community First Aid & CPR (1997-1998)

A TR 220 Basic Athletic Training & Lab (1999-2000)​

A TR 224 Evaluation of Athletic Injuries I (2001-2019)

A TR 225 Evaluation of Athletic Injuries I Clinical Practicum (2001-2019)

A TR 223 Athletic Training Practicum (2006-2017)

Work experience


Iowa State University - Clinical Assistant Professor/Athletic Training Education Coordinator


Iowa State University - Associate Director of Athletic Training



Iowa State University - Assistant Director of Athletic Training



Iowa State University - Assistant Athletic Trainer



University of Northern Colorado - Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer




University of Northern Colorado - Master of Arts in Physical Education



Iowa State University - Bachelor of Science in Exercise and Sport Science


Professional Affiliations & Volunteer Service


  • Dr. Ma's Systemic Dry Needling Certification: American Dry Needling Institute, 2016

  • BOC Exam Development Committee Member, 2015-2016

  • ImPACT Trained Athletic Trainer, 2014-Present

  • Special Olympics National Summer Games Coordinator for Athletic Training Services, 2006

  • American Red Cross Professional Rescuer/CPR Instructor, 2003-2010

  • Graston Technique Therapy Certified, 2003

  • Iowa Athletic Trainers’ Society Member, 1997-Present

  • Special Olympics Iowa Summer Games Steering Committee Member, 1997-Present

  • BOC Test Site Administrator, Test Materials Coordinator & Certified Examiner, 1997-2007

  • National Athletic Trainers’ Association Member, 1996-Present

Honors & Awards


  • Special Olympics of Iowa Outstanding University Volunteer of Year, 2012

  • NATA College/University Athletic Trainers’ Committee-Above and Beyond Award 2010

  • Board of Certification-Dan Libera Award 2009

  • Special Olympics Outstanding Volunteer of the Year Award, 2007

Family & Other Activities


Daughters: Eimile and Libbie

Lectures, Presentations & Publications


  • Cervical Disc Herniation in a Male Collegiate Heavyweight Wrestler: A Case Study, Big 12 Medical Aspect of Sport Committee Meeting, Dallas, Texas May 2000

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