BATHURST, N.B. – The Acadie-Bathurst Titan are pleased to announce Megan Sullivan has rejoined the team as their athletic therapist ahead of the 2022-23 QMJHL season. Sullivan served in the same role during the 2020-21 season, and she is excited to be back behind the bench this year.
“I’m very excited to have the opportunity to rejoin the team again for the upcoming season. To be able to pursue my career as an athletic therapist in my hometown with a great group of people is amazing,” said Sullivan.
Originally from Bathurst, Sullivan is a former hockey player who played midget AAA in northern New Brunswick before going to play four seasons between the pipes for the University of Prince Edward Island Women’s Hockey team. Sullivan graduated from UPEI with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology in 2018 and then went on to graduate from Mount Royal University in 2020 with an advanced athletic therapy certificate. While a student athletic therapist in Calgary, Sullivan was part of the medical team for the Calgary Dino Men’s Football team, which won the 2019 Vanier Cup U Sports National Championship.
“I had the pleasure of working with Megan this year for a short period of time. She had worked for the Titan the previous season and the players informed of how truly great she was at her job. She has played hockey at a high level and with her attention to detail and work ethic, we are excited to have her back,” said Titan General Manager and Head Coach Jason Clarke.