Released April 1, 1999
Centre's Sue Stanley receives award
DANVILLE, KY--Sue Stanley, Centre College's head athletic trainer, received the prestigious Award of Merit during the annual meeting of the Southeast Athletic Trainers Association in Atlanta.
Stanley, who is completing her first year at Centre after serving as associate trainer at the University of Kentucky for 15 years, won the highest award given to a member of the SATA. The award recognizes the person who has worked for the district on a national level and brought "honor and recognition to the district."
The award is reserved for the most able of professionals in the field of athletic training. Stanley received the award during a program held March 27.
Stanley and her husband, Al Green, who was also an athletic trainer at UK, live in Nicholasville.
At UK, Stanley worked with the football team and supervised athletic trainers covering other sports. At Centre, her primary responsibilities include the prevention, care, management and rehabilitation of athletic injuries for the school's 19-sport program and coordination of the student athletic trainer education program.
Stanley is a member of National Athletic Trainers Association's Board of Directors and she previously served on the NATA Board of Certification. She is co-medical director for the annual Kentucky Bluegrass State Games, an event that attracts some 20,000 participants. Prior to coming to Centre, Stanley worked as athletic trainer and administrative assistant at Kentucky Sports Medicine in Lexington.
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