Scott Keller administers an athletic training program for 21 varsity sports as the head athletic trainer at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology.
Keller enters his 11th season as head athletic trainer for the Engineer athletic department.
Previously, he served as an assistant athletic trainer at Indiana State University for four years.
Keller will serve as the head athletic trainer for football in the fall and softball in the spring, as well as overseeing other sports throughout the upcoming academic year.
Keller has also served as an orthopedic screener of the nation's top college football players for seven years at the National Invitational NFL Scouting Combine. He earned both a bachelor's and master's degree in athletic training at Indiana State.
Kristen Kauffman enters her 11th season as assistant athletic trainer in the Rose-Hulman athletic department this fall.
Kauffman worked for the United States Olympic Committee in the ARCO Olympic Training Center during the 2001-02 year. She provided coverage to athletes in 12 Olympic sports, including soccer, track and softball.
She serves as the Rose-Hulman team athletic trainer for the women's soccer, women's basketball and track squads, while providing assistance with the remaining varsity sports.
Kauffman has also worked as an assistant athletic trainer at Indiana State University, where she served as an athletic training coordinator for the 2003 NCAA Division I Men's and Women's Cross Country National Championship.
David Hassler enters his fourth season on the Rose-Hulman athletic training staff this fall.
Hassler will serve as the team athletic trainer for the volleyball, men's basketball and baseball teams along with providing assistance for all other sports.
Prior to his Rose-Hulman experience, Hassler worked as an assistant athletic trainer at Kilgore College in Texas for two years. He also assisted with the NCAA Division I Pre-National Cross Country Championship.
Hassler earned a bachelor's degree in athletic training at Indiana State University. He is currently working on his master's degree in athletic training at Indiana State University.
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