Alice Ingold moved to St. Joseph in August 2017 after her marriage to Cody Ingold. Prior to working as an athletic trainer at the Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Center, she was a head women's cross country/track coach at St. Gregory's University. She served on St. Gregory's coaching staff for three years as well as an adjunct professor teaching athletic training classes. During her time at the NAIA program, she assisted in coaching a national champion and several All-Americans and national qualifiers. She used her background in athletic training to help prevent injuries and enhance an athlete's performance.
Prior to St. Gregory's University, Alice obtained her master's degree in business leadership at William Penn University, working as a dual graduate assistant. She worked as the track and field/cross country coach as well as an athletic trainer. There she worked with national champions, All-Americans, and several national qualifiers within the track and field program.
Alice graduated from Graceland University with her bachelor's degree in athletic training and physical education. During her time there, she was a student athlete competing in cross country/track. She was a scholar athlete and a national qualifier. She worked with all sports while completing her degree. In the summer of 2011, Alice worked as an intern athletic trainer for the Rio Grande Valley WhiteWings, a minor league baseball team. She also worked with David Peralta during that time, who now plays for the Arizona Diamondbacks.
Alice is originally from Los Fresnos, Texas, and now resides in St. Joseph with her husband, Cody. They are expecting their first child in May.