Middlebury College has announced the hiring of Hannah Horris as an assistant athletic trainer. Horris comes to Middlebury from Desert Mountain High School in Scottsdale, Arizona, where she held a similar position.
“The sports medicine team is excited to have Hannah come aboard,” said Director of Sports Medicine Kelly Cray. “She brings enthusiasm and a wealth of rehabilitation skills to the athletes at Middlebury.”
“I am thrilled to return to the northeast as a member of Middlebury’s sport medicine department,” Horris noted. “The institution has a great reputation on and off the playing field and it’s an honor joining an athletic program that has such a deep and rich tradition.”
Horris recently completed her second year at Desert Mountain High School, which competes in Arizona’s highest division, providing care for the school’s 22 sports teams. During that time, she was the lead instructor for a workshop at A.T. Still University working with high school students. Horris also served as a trainer for the Phoenix Desert Cup Tournament for youth soccer, the Under Armour All-America Preseason Tournament at the Baseball Factory and the Mesa Youth Football and Cheer as part of the Datalys Project.
This past summer, Horris earned her master’s degree in athletic training from A.T. Still University in Arizona after receiving her bachelor’s degree in the same field from Boston University in 2015. At BU, she gained clinical experience working with the institution’s Division I men’s basketball and women’s ice hockey programs, while spending part of two other semesters with the Boston College and Tufts athletic departments.