Pat Hassell
Pat Hassell

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Pat Hassell is entering his fourth season as an assistant athletic trainer at the University of Louisville, where he works with baseball and men's and women's golf. Since arriving at Louisville, Hassell has worked with multiple Big East Championship-winning teams in all three sports, including the 2010 baseball team, which won a school record 50 games.

Prior to joining the Louisville athletic training staff in the fall of 2007, Hassell spent two seasons as a graduate assistant athletic trainer at Clemson University, where he worked with the Tigers' baseball program. While at Clemson, he worked with the Tigers' 2006 College World Series and Atlantic Coast Conference title winning squad, as well as their 2007 NCAA Super Regional team.

Hassell is a 2004 graduate of the University of Florida with a degree in exercise and sport sciences. As a student in Gainesville, Hassell was a student athletic trainer in 2002-03, where he worked with the Gators' baseball team which advanced to the NCAA Regional. Following his graduation in 2004, he continued to work for Florida as an intern athletic trainer, where he worked with the 2004 Southeastern Conference champion Gator volleyball team and the 2005 NCAA runner-up Gator men's track and field team.

A native of Miami, Fla., Hassell is certified by the National Athletic Trainer's Association and licensed by the Kentucky Board of Medical Licensure.