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 Scott Hoff

Scott Hoff joins Presbyterian College as an assistant athletic trainer. He will act as the primary athletic trainer for the men’s soccer and baseball teams.


Prior to coming to PC in July of 2018, Hoff served as a graduate assistant athletic trainer at Northern Illinois University. During his stint at NIU, he worked primarily with the wrestling program while assisting with other sports, such as, baseball, football, volleyball, softball, gymnastics, tennis, and track & field. Scott also served as a preceptor for the NIU undergraduate athletic training program. He earned a Master of Science degree in Education with an emphasis in Exercise and Sports Psychology from Northern Illinois in May 2018.


Hoff received a Bachelor of Science in Education and Human Science with a concentration in Athletic Training from the University of Nebraska a in May 2016. While serving as a student athletic trainer with the Cornhuskers, Scott worked with the wrestling, baseball, football, and women’s volleyball teams.


Scott earned his national certification as an athletic trainer in 2016 and is a member of the National Athletic Trainers' Association and the South Carolina Athletic Trainers' Association.

Position: Assistant Athletic Trainer
Alma Mater: Nebraska-Lincoln
Graduating Year: 2016