Tiffany Mallick will be starting her first season with the Seattle Stars FC in 2020.
Besides her time with the Stars, Mallick has been an athletic trainer with DI Seattle University since August 2017.
Originally from La Verne, California, Mallick graduated from California State University of San Bernardino in 2013 and received her Master of Science in Athletic Training from California Baptist University in 2016, completing her research in “The Relationship Between Kinesiophobia and Injuries in Collegiate Athletes.”
Mallick currently serves as the Athletic Trainer for Seattle University’s women’s soccer and track & field teams.
Away from SU, Mallick served as the Athletic Trainer for the Seattle Sounders Women from 2016 to 2019, and previously served as Head Athletic Trainer at Bellevue College from 2016 to 2017. She currently holds a National Athletic Training certification through the NATABOC and an Athletic Training license with the Washington State Department of Health, and is certified in ASYTM, CAFS, RockTape Level I & II, Técnica Gavilán, and MET. In her practice, Mallick implements manual therapy techniques such as Mulligan Concept, Positional Release Therapy Technique, and joint mobilizations.