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ASMI Baseball Course Scholarship

PBATS has completed accepting applications for the 2021 ASMI Baseball Injuries Course and Conference. The ASMI 39th Annual Injuries in Baseball Course will be held in at the The Marriott at Legacy Town Center in Plano, Texas on January 19-21, 2021.

PBATS will be awarding 10 athletic training students with an ASMI 39th Annual Injuries in Baseball Course Scholarship which will be used to directly pay for the conference registration fee, a total cost of $450.

Students will be responsible for their own hotel and transportation costs. The registration fee will be paid directly to the ASMI’s 39th Annual Injuries in Baseball Course and not directly to the student.

Only those students willing and able to attend the conference should apply. All students can visit the conference website to register:

About the 39th Annual Injuries in Baseball Course

The American Sports Medicine Institute’s Injuries in Baseball course was initiated in 1983 by the United States Olympic Committee (USOC). The first three programs were Co-Chaired by Dr. Chuck Dillman and Dr. James R. Andrews. After three years, the USOC sought other medical programs, but Dr. Andrews felt the course was too good to be terminated. He accepted the challenge and has lead the course ever since.

Designed to attract all members of the baseball healthcare team, the course is multidisciplinary. It is attended by physicians, athletic trainers, physical therapists, coaches, scientists, and players to address common problems. It has traditionally drawn from all levels of the game with good representation from youth, high school, college, university, and professional organizations.

Who is Eligible to Apply?

Students enrolled in a Professional Program, Post-Professional Degree Program, or Post-Professional Residency Program, or their equivalent, accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training are eligible to apply. All applicants will be treated the same regardless of their gender, race, religion, national origin or sexual orientation. All applicants must be able to speak and write in English. Members of PBATS and their immediate families are ineligible for the scholarships.


The application process is now closed.