Rob Boutote began working as an Assistant Athletic Trainer at UT in the fall of 2014. He worked with the 2014 NCAA Division II national championship volleyball team and is currently entering his fifth season as the supervising ATC for the men’s lacrosse program. In addition to his responsibilities in the athletic training clinic, Boutote serves as both a preceptor and an instructor in the UT athletic training education program.
Boutote came to Tampa from William Paterson University of New Jersey, where he was a Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer from 2012-14. He served as the primary ATC for volleyball and softball, while also assisting with football and basketball.
He has also held positions with SD Gameday, LLC, as an ATC from 2012-14, and was a lifeguard at the College of Charleston in 2012.
A 2012 graduate from the College of Charleston, Boutote earned Bachelor of Science degrees in Athletic Training and Exercise Science with a minor in Psychology. Boutote then completed his Master of Science from William Paterson University in 2014, completing the degree with an Exercise Science and Sports Studies major with a concentration in Exercise Physiology.
Boutote is a member of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association. He is also a BOC Certified Athletic Trainer, and is certified through the American Red Cross for Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers.
Rob currently resides in Seminole Heights with his Pembroke Welsh Corgi, Tully.