Scott Stansbury joined the Notre Dame sports medicine staff in July 2007. A 2003 graduate of Salisbury State University, he earned a bachelor's degree in physical education/athletic training. He then attended Villanova University, graduating in 2005 with a master's degree in education. As a graduate assistant in sports medicine at VU from 2003-2005, he was responsible for overseeing the health care for both the Wildcats' baseball and men's soccer programs. Following his graduation from Villanova, Stansbury was employed as a NovaCare Rehabilitation contract athletic trainer at Villanova, where he worked from 2005-2007. During his stint with NovaCare, he was responsible for the health care of the VU women's soccer, baseball, and men's lacrosse programs. Currently at Notre Dame, he is primarily responsible for the health care of the baseball program year-round, and also assists with the football program.
In 2013, he was one of two athletic trainers responsible for the healthcare of USA Baseballâ€TMs 14U and 17U National Team Development Programs. He was then selected the following year to be the head athletic trainer for the 2014 USA Baseball Collegiate National Team, which brought 40 of the best college baseball players, coaches, and staff in the country together to represent the United States in international baseball competition. After a short tour of the eastern United States, competing against summer collegiate league teams, Team USA went on to win the Honkbal Baseball Week Championship in Haarlem, Netherlands, and then completed their 2014 summer tour with a 6-day, 5 game stint in Cuba, competing against the Cuban National Team.
He is board certified through the NATABOC and is an active member of the NATA and the Indiana Athletic Trainer's Association (IATA).
A native of Westminster, Md., Stansbury is single and currently resides in Mishawaka, Ind.