Robert C. Hull
Mr. Robert Hull holds a Bachelors of Science in Sports Management from Eastern Michigan University, and a minor in Journalism and Business. Mr. Hull comes to Milan with a vast amount of experience and knowledge of the sports industry ranging from youth, high school, collegiate, and professional athletics.
|Milan Area Schools Athletic Director|
|Byron Area Schools Athletic Director|
|Holt High School Intern Athletic Director|
|Williamston High School Varsity Tennis Coach|
|Nike Summer Tennis Camp Instructor|
|Philadelphia 76ers Community Relations/Player Operations/Facilities/Camps|
|Eastern Michigan University Media Relations Student Assistant|
|Eastern Michigan University REC/IM Supervisor|
|Lansing Lugnuts MiLB Box Office|
|Eastern Michigan University Student Body President of Athletics|
|Eastern Michigan University Student Equipment Manager|
|MHSAA Baseball Umpire|
|Special Olympics Downhill Ski Coach|
Athletic Secretary & Middle School Athletic Coordinator
Rebecca attended Regina High School in Warren, MI where she was a swimmer and thrower in track. She graduated from Saginaw Valley State University in 2013 with her bachelors in athletic training.
While there she had rotations at multiple high schools and with the SVSU soccer team. She became a BOC certified athletic trainer in 2014. She went to East Stroudsburg University in Pennsylvania to pursue her masters degree in athletic training. She graduated with her masters in 2015. While there she was the athletic trainer for the club sports program. The program included 11 sports. She specifically covered men and women’s rugby, men’s ice hockey, and men’s lacrosse. She began working for Plymouth Physical Therapy Specialists in 2015. She has been the athletic trainer at Milan High School since 2015.
Currently she works in the PPTS clinic in Milan in the mornings and is at Milan High School in the afternoons. She also teaches lifeguard and CPR/AED classes. She continues to take continuing education courses to stay up to date with the latest in injury prevention and rehabilitation.