July 16, 2007
Notre Dame, Ind. – Scott Stansbury, an athletic trainer at Villanova University the past two years, has been appointed assistant athletic trainer at the University of Notre Dame and will work with the Irish baseball and rowing programs.
Since 2005, he has served as an athletic trainer at Villanova for the baseball, women’s soccer and men’s lacrosse teams. From 2003-05, Stansbury was a graduate assistant athletic trainer while working on his master’s degree. During the 2006-07 school year, he also served as an adjunct faculty professor in the Department of Biokinetics at Eastern University.
Stansbury also was a part-time athletic trainer at Westtown School during the winter of 2006. He also was an athletic trainer for the Division III South team at the USILA North-South All-Star Lacrosse Game and served on the athletic training staff for the NCAA Men’s Basketball Division I Championship in March of ’06 hosted in Philadelphia, Pa. In addition, he was the interim athletic trainer for Major League Lacrosse’s Los Angeles Riptide.
Stansbury graduated from Salisbury University with a bachelor of science degree in physical education and athletic training in May of ’03 and received a master of arts degree in secondary education from Villanova in ’05.