Dunford Rodill, an alumnus of Cal State Northridge (2008), enters his fourth year on the staff as an assistant athletic trainer after serving two years as a graduate assistant athletic trainer.
His primary sports coverage includes women's soccer, softball, and women's tennis.
In May 2008 he earned his Bachelor's of Science degree from CSUN in kinesiology with an emphasis in athletic training. While serving as an undergraduate student athletic trainer, he gained experience while working with the women's soccer team (Spring 2008) at CSUN.
He also spent time serving as the student athletic trainer with the NCAA champion women's soccer team at USC (Fall 2007).
In July 2007, Rodill interned with the Greensboro Grasshoppers, a minor league baseball affiliate of the Florida Marlins.
Rodill is working on his Master's degree in kinesiology with an emphasis in biomechanics.