Brandon Hammack | Assistant Coach
Brandon Hammack is in his second year on the Montana State University Billings staff as an assistant track and field coach for the 2018-19 season.
In his first year as an assistant, Hammack helped coach All-Americans Beau Ackerman (javelin) and Jorey Egeland (steeple chase), during a record-breaking year for the track and field team.
Hammack joined the Yellowjackets after spending 2016-17 as the head athletic trainer for Provisio West High School in Chicago, Ill. His primary focus is on sprints and jumps while working with all of MSUB’s track and field athletes.
Hammack studied athletic training at Northwesten College where he competed in both track and soccer. On the track team he set school records in the 60-meter indoor, 200-meter and 4x100-meter relays, and finished with a top-10 time in every event he competed in. He was named a captain his final two seasons with the Raiders while earning 23 combined all-conference honors in indoor and outdoor competition. He began coaching after a season-ending injury during his senior season in Orange City, Iowa.
After earning his bachelor’s degree, Hammack continued his education at Southwest Minnesota State University where he completed his master’s degree in physical education: coaching of sport. He joined the Mustangs’ track and field team as a graduate assistant where he coached sprints and jumps.
Lindsay Sullivan | Assistant Athletic Trainer
Lindsay Sullivan is entering her seventh year as the assistant athletic trainer for Montana State University Billings in 2018-19. Hailing from Belgrade, Mont., she is primarily responsible for the care of volleyball, men’s and women’s cross-country, women’s basketball and softball. Sullivan also assists with the care of golf and cheer.
Prior to MSUB, Sullivan was a graduate student working with South Dakota State University athletics. She obtained her master’s degree in athletic training in 2012. Sullivan worked with the SDSU football and softball teams, as well as several local high school teams. She also completed student sports medicine and athletic training rotations with Montana State University in Bozeman, Mont., Dakota State University (Division III) in Madison, S.D., and the Orthopedic Institute in Sioux Falls, S.D.
Sullivan obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in health and human performance from MSUB in 2010.
In the spring of 2014 she began teaching a graduate level course for MSU Billings.
Sullivan holds her certification through the National Board of Certification for Athletic Trainers as well as her Montana state Licensure. She is a member of the National Athletic Trainers Association and also holds her CPR and AED certifications.