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April 18, 2011

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Director of sports medicine honored by alma mater

Baldwin City, Kan. — Lynn Bott, director of sports medicine at Baker University, was recently inducted into the Emporia State University HPER (Health, Physical Education, Recreation) Alumni Hall of Honor. Lynn_Bott

Lynn Bott, Class of 1975, also is an assistant professor of health, sports and human performance at Baker. Bott, a certified athletic trainer and licensed athletic trainer, received a master’s degree from the University of Arizona.

Other Hall of Honor inductees at the Sauder Alumni Center were Martha “Joan” Bailey, 1950 and 1957; Jo Flowers, 1984; Don Holst, 1953; and Charles (Randy) Wells, 1995.

The Alumni Hall of Honor recognizes graduates of the Department of Health, Physical Education and Recreation at Emporia State University who have achieved prominence in a chosen field or who has made significant contribution to Emporia State University in the form of service to HPER. The criteria for selection include being a graduate of Emporia State University, have at least 10 years of professional experience past graduation, show a strong commitment to professional growth, demonstrate a healthy lifestyle, and a respected member of the profession and have contributed significant service to the chosen field.



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