Aileen Moore begins her third season serving as the athletic trainer for both the Florida State University indoor and beach volleyball teams, a stint that she began in July 2019 when she started only with the beach team.
Moore’s myriad of responsibilities include delivering, evaluating, treating and rehabilitating both the beach and indoor volleyball student-athletes. She has successfully navigated and guided both teams through the additional protocols brought on by COVID-19.
The 2021 season will mark Moore’s first year as FSU indoor volleyball’s athletic trainer, a position she took over in the summer 2021. The 2021-22 academic year is her first full year in a dual role with both volleyball teams.
At the graduate assistant level, Moore also has experience working with FSU football (summer 2021), women’s basketball (summer 2021) and baseball (fall 2020).
A native of Hilton Head Island, S.C., Moore earned her Bachelor of Science degree in athletic training at South Carolina in May 2019.
While at South Carolina, she gained clinical experience working with the Gamecock volleyball, football, track and field, cross country and softball teams. She also was an athletic training student assisting at Irmo and Dreher High Schools in Columbia, S.C.
Moore’s additional clinical experience includes being an athletic training intern at the Savannah Bananas College Summer Baseball League, a nutrition intern with South Carolina football and a physical therapy intern at Drayer Physical Therapy Institute in Hilton Head Island.
Working toward her Master’s of Science in Sport Management, Moore has been board certified as an athletic trainer since 2019.