Gallon & Ostrowski Named Assistant Athletic Trainers
Aug. 3, 2005
WORCESTER, Mass. - The College of the Holy Cross has named Scott Gallon and John Ostrowski assistant athletic trainers, it was announced by head athletic trainer Anthony Cerundolo and athletic director Richard M. Regan, Jr.
Gallon will work with the Holy Cross football and baseball teams, while assisting with a number of other sports. He spent the last three years as a graduate assistant athletic trainer at the University of Massachusetts, where he worked on a daily basis with the field hockey, swimming and baseball squads. Gallon also coordinated medical coverage for field hockey at both the 2003 NCAA Championship and 2004 Atlantic 10 Championship. He previously spent time as an intern athletic trainer at Holy Cross from Feb.-Aug. 2002, in addition to working as an intern with the New England Patriots, Sarasota Red Sox and Springfield Falcons, and with the Cape Cod Baseball League. A certified and licensed member of the National Athletic Trainers' Association, Gallon received his bachelor's degree in athletic training from Springfield College in 2000, and his master's degree in exercise science from Massachusetts in 2005.
Ostrowski will work with the Crusaders' football and men's ice hockey squads, in addition to assisting with a number of other sports. He served as a graduate assistant athletic trainer at the University of Kentucky for the last two years, working with the swimming and football teams. Ostrowski also served as an athletic trainer for the 2005 NCAA Championship in men's swimming. Prior to his time at Kentucky, he was a student athletic trainer at the University of Michigan, assisting with the track, football, tennis and ice hockey teams. In addition, Ostrowski was an intern with the Boston Red Sox in 2002. A certified and licensed member of the National Athletic Trainers' Association, Ostrowski received his bachelor's degree in athletic training from Michigan in 2003, and his master's degree in kinesiology and health promotion from Kentucky in 2005.