Adam Scott will be in his first year with the Sports Medicine office in 2017-18. Scott's primary sports will be baseball, field hockey, men's and women's swimming, and men's and women's tennis.
The Hurlock, Md. native comes to St. Mary's after spending five months (Jan.-May 2017) at Urbana High School (Ijamsville, Md.), working with baseball, lacrosse, softball, tennis, and track & field. He acquired additional experience at Georgetown University (2016), Centreville and Warren County High Schools (2015), and Shenandoah University (2014).
As an athletic training student, Scott provided his services and expertise at various races such as the Cherry Blossom Festival 10-Mile Run and the Divas Half Marathon as well as volunteering at the National Athletic Trainers' Association (NATA) Annual Meeting & Clinical Symposia.
He's the co-author of "Can Low Back Pain in Young Athletes Be Treated and Prevented?" which was posted to Sports Medicine Research: In the Lab & In the Field on November 21, 2014.
A four-year member of the Shenandoah football team, Scott was inducted into Phi Epsilon Kappa in 2012 and was named the 2013-14 SU Work Study Employee of the Year. He also picked up the Senior Athlete Award in 2015.
Scott graduated from Shenandoah in 2015 with a B.S. in kinesiology and then pursued a master's in athletic training from SU as well in December 2016. His master's thesis project was titled, "Changes in depression-like symptoms after concussions in collegiate athletes."