Eli Bisnett-Cobb joined the University of San Diego Sports Medicine Department after spending two years as an Intern Athletic Trainer with the Minnesota Vikings of the NFL. During his time in Minnesota he assisted the Vikings Medical Staff with the prevention, rehabilitation, and care of the athletes, as well as day to day operations of the sports medicine department for all games, practices, off-season activities and rehabilitation of players. Prior to that he spent two years as a Graduate Assistant Athletic trainer at The George Washington University in Washington, DC where he was responsible for the Women's Volleyball team, and Baseball team. Eli completed his undergraduate degree at Marist College in Poughkeepsie, NY where he was also a member of the Men's Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field team. His Primary Sport Assignment is Baseball. He also is responsible for men's rowing.
Education and Certifications:
* MS in Exercise Science emphasis in Exercise Physiology, The George Washington University * BS in Athletic Training , Marist College * NATABOC Certified Athletic Trainer * CPR/AED Certification (Healthcare Provider)
Personal: A native New Yorker, Eli currently resides in Pacific Beach. His Parents, Susan Bisnett and Gregory Cobb, Three Brothers, Andre (38), Donny (30), Adrian (24), and Twin Sister Natasha (25) currently reside in the Albany, NY area.
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