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Listed below are the forms that must be on file with the Salem College athletic training office for every student-athlete. No student-athlete will be allowed to practice or compete until the forms are complete.

Listed below are the forms that must be on file with the Salem College athletic training office for every student-athlete. No student-athlete will be allowed to practice or compete until the forms are complete.

Please download the appropriate forms and return to:

Eddie Stevens, MS, ATC
Head Athletic Trainer

Salem College
601 S. Church St
Winston-Salem, NC  27101
336-917-5382

eddie.stevens@salem.edu

FAX: 336-721-2733 (this is a secure fax line)

Return Sports Information forms to:

Jay Callahan
Sports Information Director

Salem College
601 S. Church St
Winston-Salem, NC  27101
336-721-2648
jay.callahan@salem.edu 
FAX: 336-721-2733

Team Doctor: Dr. Allston J. Stubbs, M.D.

Downloads & Required Forms

New student athletes

(each form is required)

Returning student athletes

(each form is required)

FYI: List of NCAA Banned Substances - You may be required by the NCAA to submit to a drug test.  This is a list of substances banned by the NCAA and a positive test could result in the loss of eligibility.

Athletic Trainer: Eddie Stevens, MS, ATC

Eddie Stevens enters his 7th year as the Head Athletic Trainer for Salem College. A 1989 graduate of Winston Salem State University, Stevens earned a Bachelor's Degree in Physical Education before heading to Mountaineer country. It was West Virginia University where he completed a Master's program obtaining his Athletic Trainer's Degree.

Prior to his arrival at Salem, Eddie served as Sports Medicine Director at his alma mater WSSU for 9 sport seasons. While there he helped develop and implement policies to start the groundwork for the institutions first minor in sports medicine. His duties included overseeing 10 sport events and instructor for athletic training, health and physical education courses. He spent several years in the District of Columbia licensed to work in the public school system and the private sector alike. Specifically, he worked at Washington DC Sports Medicine Center whereby he had direct contact with the rehabilitation of various professional sports teams in the area.

Eddie has devoted many hours as an Athletic Trainer assisting local high schools, groups and organizations such as the Junior Olympics, the Atlanta 1996 Paralympics and countless sport camps over the years. Also, as a member of the National Athletic Trainer's Association he assists with the certification process of perspective future NATA members.

Eddie and his family reside in nearby Kernersville.

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