Nova Southeastern University Athletics is proud to announce the addition of Joe Luzenski to its Athletic Training Staff, as he began his position with the department on Tuesday.
“I’m proud to welcome Joe Luzenski to the Sharks family as an athletic trainer,” saidZevon Stubblefield, NSU’s Assistant Athletic Director for Sports Medicine. “Joe brings great experience and skills to the position. Our NSU student-athletes are fortunate to have Joe as their athletic trainer.”
Luzenski will work with men’s and women’s cross country as well as men’s and women’s track and field.
“I am very excited to be joining the NSU Sports Medicine Team and the entire Sharks Family,” said Luzenski. “I plan to provide our student athletes with the quality care they deserve and hope to meet the standard of excellence set by my fellow athletic trainers.”
Luzenski earned his bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training from Michigan State University in 2012. From there, he earned a master’s degree in Exercise Science from the University of Georgia in 2014. As a graduate assistant at UGA, he served as the athletic trainer for the men’s tennis team. In addition to his time at MSU and UGA, Luzenski served as an intern for the Detroit Tigers and their Midwest League affiliate the West Michigan Whitecaps in the summer of 2011.
Along with tennis and baseball, Luzenski has experience collegiately with student-athletes from sports such as, but not limited to, men’s basketball, women’s golf, men’s soccer, ice hockey, women’s volleyball, wrestling, softball, football and men’s and women’s swimming and diving. That is in addition to a great deal of experience on the high school and middle school levels, as well.
Prior to joining NSU, from July 2014-16, Luzenski worked as a secondary school athletic trainer in Georgia.
Luzenski is a licensed and certified athletic trainer (ATC, LAT) and has certifications that include Basic Life Support and CPR Professional Rescuer.