Ashley Hudson joined the Boise State sports medicine staff in 2012, first as a graduate assistant and now serves as an assistant athletic trainer working with cross country and track and field.
While working as a a graduate assistant, Hudson earned her master's degree in kinesiology with a biophysical emphasis in 2014. During those two years, she administered medical care to the women's swimming and diving team. She also coordinated the scheduling of chiropractors and flu shots for student-athletes and acted as the liaison between athletic training graduate assistants and full-time staff members.
Since being hired to a full-time position during the summer of 2014, Hudson has earned her ASTYM certification and arranges doctors hours through Idaho Sports Medicine Institute.
Hudson graduated from Fresno State in 2012, with a Bachelor of Science in kinesiology with an emphasis in athletic training. She also earned a minor in communicative deaf and disorder studies and is fluent in ASL.
Hudson and her husband, Aaron, reside in Boise with their dog, Jager, and enjoy camping and spending time at the shooting range. In her spare time, Hudson enjoys photography, baking, dance and coffee.