Steve Hoelscher, born in Jefferson City, Mo., attended Blair Oaks High School and went on to get his Bachelor's degree from the University of Missouri in Nutritional Sciences in December of 2001. While attending MU, he participated in the Athletic Training internship program working with football, men's basketball, women's gymnastics, and wrestling.
After graduation, Hoelscher attended the University of Louisville where he received his Master's Degree in Sport Administration in 2004.
He has done internships with the St. Louis Rams (2001) and St. Louis Cardinals (2003) as well as working events such as ESPN's "Streetball" and WWE's "Smackdown" shows.
Hoelscher also holds a United States patent for glove technology supporting against finger, thumb, and wrist hyperextension.
Currently, Hoelscher serves as an Associate Athletic Trainer here at U of L, where he has been working since 2002 with multiple sports, including baseball (2002), men's soccer (2002-present), men's tennis (2002-present), women's lacrosse (2009), and women's tennis (2009-present). During his time in Louisville, he has worked with Big East Champion teams from the men's soccer and men's tennis programs.
Hoelscher maintains his certifications with the National Athletic Trainers' Association and Kentucky Board of Medical Licensure as well as having certifications in Sound Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (SASTM) and Functional Movement Screening (FMS).
He resides in Louisville with his wife Christy.