Veteran athletic trainer Clay Jamieson is entering his 18th year with the University of Oregon men’s basketball program. Jamieson started at Oregon in 1998 and is currently the certified athletic trainer in charge of the UO men’s basketball and women’s softball programs.
Providing the best preventative care and post-injury rehabilitation available in Oregon’s state-of-the-art athletic training complex, Jamieson’s daily responsibilities encompass virtually every aspect of injury maintenance, management and rehabilitation for UO student-athletes.
Prior to UO, Jamieson spent two years at Pepperdine overseeing athletic treatment, rehabilitation and team travel for men’s basketball, women’s volleyball and baseball.
A graduate of the University of Arizona (1994) with a Bachelor’s in Exercise Science, Jamieson earned his master’s in exercise and movement science (now the Department of Human Physiology) from Oregon in 1996 and worked as a graduate assistant trainer for two years beginning in 1994. Jamieson also spent a summer as the athletic trainer for the 2003 Junior National Basketball Team at the World Championships in Greece.
A certified member of the National Athletic Trainers Association since 1994, Jamieson is also certified as a performance enhancement specialist and corrective exercise specialist through the National Academy of Sports Medicine
Jamieson resides in Eugene with his wife, Jan, son, Braeden, and daughter Aubrey.