Dr. Larry Magee
Dr. Larry Magee, who has worked since 1988 as a team physician at Kansas, currently holds the title of Head Team Physician, supervising the departments of Sports Medicine, Strength and Conditioning, Sports Nutrition and Sports Psychology.
He received his undergraduate and medical degrees from Kansas and is board certified in both family practice and sports medicine. He also serves as an adjunct assistant professor of Health, Sport, and Exercise Sciences at KU.
Magee has worked as a physician for many major sporting events. He served on the medical staff at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics and worked as head physician at the 1995 World University Games in Fukuoka, Japan. Magee also served on the staff at the 1993 and 1991 Olympic Sports Festivals and for the 1996 USA Track & Field Olympic Trials. He was a team physician for the 1997 USA U-22 World Championships in Melbourne, Australia, and the meet physician for the 1998 NCAA Division I and II Men's and Women's Cross Country Championships.
Magee and his late wife, Laurie, have an 11-year old son, Gabriel.