Travis McCormack joined the Georgetown University Athletic Training Staff as the Associate Athletic Trainer in August 2013. He will work primarily with the football and swimming and diving programs.
McCormack holds American Red Cross CPR/AED certification. He is a member of the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA), while also holding a professional certification from the NATA.
McCormack comes to the Hilltop after spending his previous six years as both the Interim Head Athletic Trainer and Associate Athletic Trainer at Temple University in Philadelphia, Pa. At Temple, he coordinated pre-and post-injury care of all Temple athletes, while covering rowing, tennis, track & field, women's basketball, men's and women's soccer, gymnastics, softball and baseball. McCormack served as the medical liaison for the Second and Third Round of the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament for the Philadelphia site.
Prior to his time at Temple, McCormack spent one year at North Carolina Wesleyan College as an Assistant Athletic Trainer, working with men's and women's soccer, women's basketball and women's lacrosse, while also training and advising the staff's student athletic trainers.
From July 2005 to May 2006, McCormack served as an athletic training intern at the United States Naval Academy. While there, he covered football and wrestling, creating and monitoring rehabilitation progress for those student-athletes.
McCormack earned his M.A. from Washington College in Psychology in 2005. While there, he worked as a graduate assistant athletic trainer, working primarily with the field hockey, basketball, baseball, rowing and softball teams. McCormack graduated from West Virginia Wesleyan College in 2003 with a B.S. in athletic training and a minor in psychology. At West Virginia Wesleyan he gained experience as a student athletic trainer, working under the supervision of certified Athletic Trainers.