Primrose Pisares joined the UCSC athletic
training staff in 2005 as an assistant athletic trainer. She began
her career in athletic training as an intern at Hartnell College
after graduating in from the University of California at Santa
Barbara where she earned a Bachelors of Science degree in
Physiology. As an intern she worked with many skill levels of
competition which ranged from youth sports to semi-pro soccer.
After becoming certified in 2001 she attended the Arizona School of
Health Sciences and graduated with a Masters degree in Sports
Health Care in 2003. While there, she completed various clinical
rotations that included rehabilitation clinics, orthopedic
physicians offices, as well as collegiate and high school
Upon return to California, Primrose worked at various community
colleges in the area until joining UCSC. She is a member of the
NATA and a qualified examiner for the NATABOC. In addition, she is
an Approved Clinical Instructor for San Jose State University.
Primrose grew up on the Central Coast and enjoys performing
Polynesian style dance and playing volleyball as well as various
other hobbies and outdoor activities.