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Spotlight on Incoming Freshman Tyler Rea: 'Sports is My Life'

June 8, 2011
Category: Academics, Athletics, Sport & Health Sciences, Students
; By Sarah Campbell, salisburypost.com South Rowan High School Senior Tyler Rea has been helping out with athletics including football, basketball and baseball since he was a freshman. He'll be heading to Catawba in the fall to study physical education. Physical limitations have never kept Tyler…
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Q&A with Head Athletic Trainer Robert Casmus

June 6, 2011
Category: Academics, Faculty, Sport & Health Sciences, Staff
Source: Training-Conditioning.com Catawba College may have to get a bigger trophy case just to house all of the awards collected by longtime Head Athletic Trainer Robert Casmus, MS, LAT, ATC, EMT. Last year, he was named an NATA Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer, which will fit nicely alongside…
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Salisbury Resident Establishes Scholarship at Catawba College

April 27, 2011
Category: Academics, Athletics, Business & Economics, Environmental Science, Gifts, Sport & Health Sciences
Salisbury resident Eric Slipp has made a gift to establish a new scholarship at Catawba College. Preference for the Eric P. Slipp Endowed Scholarship will be given to a member of the Catawba baseball team who is majoring in business, environmental science or physical education. Slipp, a native of…
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Two Catawba College Athletic Training Students Receive Recognition

April 1, 2011
Category: Academics, Sport & Health Sciences
Two Catawba College students who are majoring in Athletic Training were recently recognized. Senior Sydney Cox of Statesville had an article published in the March 2011 issue of the "International Journal of Athletic Therapy and Training." The article was entitled, "Case Review: Adolescent…
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Catawba College Celebrates National Athletic Training Month for 2011

March 1, 2011
Category: Academics, Sport & Health Sciences, Students
      March is National Athletic Training Month. Catawba College's Athletic Training Program is responsible for the health care needs for the 18 varsity sports and the varsity cheerleaders. This includes practice and game coverage virtually seven days a week including holidays…
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