Trinity Sports Medicine Welcomes Three New Members to Staff

Scot Ward, Brian Fay, and Jennifer Joseph join Bantam Sports

​Hartford, Conn., October 18, 2016 - The Trinity College sports medicine staff welcomed three new members to its staff this fall as Scot Ward joins the Bantams as the Head Athletic Trainer and Brian Fay and Jennifer Joseph join as Assistant Athletic Trainers.

 Ward joined the Trinity athletics community in the summer of 2016 as its new Director of Sports Medicine after an extensive career in the sports medicine field. Ward previously worked at Keene State as an athletic trainer where he joined the Owls in 1999 and also served as the Coordinator of Clinical Education in the Athletic Training Education Program since 2005. Before Keene State, Ward was the Head Athletic Trainer at New England College and Assistant Athletic Trainer at Seton Hall University. In 2004, Scot was invited to the USOC Training Center, in Colorado Springs, to be a part of the Sports Medicine team to assist Olympic athletes prior to the Athens 2004 Olympics and was also selected to serve as an Athletic Trainer at the 2004 USA Basketball Women's Junior National Team trials. He earned a bachelor's of science degree in Sports Medicine from Keene State in 1990 then added a Master's of Science degree in Athletic Training from Indiana University in 1991.

Joseph comes to Trinity after her position as a graduate assistant athletic trainer at the University of Virginia where she earned her master's degree in early 2016. Prior to Virginia, Joseph was an undergrad at Springfield College where she was an All-NEWMAC pitcher for the softball team, an athletic training student, and 2015 graduate with a bachelor's of science degree in Athletic Training.

Fay returns to the Trinity College athletic training staff after working as a graduate intern at Central Connecticut State University for the past two years. Fay first came to Trinity in August of 2014 where he was the Head Athletic Trainer for the Bantams men's lacrosse team. Fay graduated from Central Connecticut State in May of 2016 with a master's degree in Exercise Science and also earned his bachelor's degree from the University in December of 2013.