Assistant Athletic Trainer
Tony Corley is in his 11th year as an assistant athletic trainer at West Virginia, working primarily with the Mountaineer football program.
Corley assists with the day-to-day care, rehabilitation and prevention of athletic injuries for the football program. He also has duties as an instructor in the WVU athletic training education program.
He is currently the Past President of the West Virginia Athletic Trainers Association.
He was previously the lead athletic trainer at Charleston Area Medical Center’s Sports Medicine and Rehab Center in Charleston, W.Va. As part of his duties at CAMC, he supervised athletic training for Riverside and Dupont High Schools and managed graduate assistant athletic trainers working at other Kanawha County schools.
A 1997 WVU graduate with a bachelor’s degree in athletic training, Corley earned his master’s degree in kinesiology from Indiana in 1998; he worked with the Hoosiers’ football, wrestling and basketball programs. He is a certified member of NATA, the Mid-Atlantic Athletic Trainers Association and the West Virginia Athletic Trainers Association and has given a number of professional presentations for those organizations. He also teaches within the Athletic Training Department at WVU
A native of Grant Town, W.Va., Corley is married to the former Devanna Lambert of Monongah. They have two children, Brandon and Kayla.