SEATA HALL OF FAME

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The SEATA Hall of Fame was established in 2007 to recognize the very best of the athletic training profession in SEATA and is the highest honor which may be bestowed upon a SEATA member.  Individuals inducted into the SEATA Hall of Fame exemplify the mission statement of SEATA by enhancing the quality of health care provided by athletic trainers and advance the athletic training profession with such qualities as leadership, service, dedication, scholarly activities, promotion and professionalism.
To read the recipients' bios, click on their name.
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