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Daniel Fowler
Daniel  Fowler

Position:
Assistant Athletic Trainer

Daniel Fowler joined the Florida Atlantic University athletic training staff in January of 2018. The South Florida native will focus his attention on working with football and the women’s tennis team.

Fowler came to FAU from Florida State University where he served as an athletic training fellow from May of 2017 until he assumed his position at FAU. While at FSU, Fowler worked with the perennially top-ranked Seminole women’s soccer team. Prior to women’s soccer, he served as an FSU graduate assistant, earning a Master of Science in education in May of 2017. Fowler worked with men’s and women’s swimming and diving, men’s basketball, football, and beach volleyball.

He gained his initial athletic training experience as an undergraduate student at the University of Miami where he worked from August of 2010 through his May 2014 graduation, with an undergraduate degree in education and human development. While at UM, Fowler worked with football, women’s soccer, men’s basketball, and at the UHealth Sports Medicine Clinic as part of his clinical experience. He also spent time at Florida Christian School, where he assisted the head athletic trainer in developing rehabilitation programs for injured adolescent athletes and was able to witness their recovery process.

Fowler has worked the NCAA Beach Volleyball National Championship (2017), the Capital One Orange Bowl Championship (2016) and the NCAA Men’s Basketball US Virgin Islands Paradise Jam (2015), as well as a stint as a Miami Dolphins preseason staff assistant (2013). He is a member of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association, the Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association and the Athletic Trainers’ Association of Florida. He holds certifications with the NATA, is licensed with the Florida Board of Athletic Training, is a Graston Technique Provider, a CPR/AED Certified-Healthcare Provider through the American Heart Association, Bloodborne Pathogens and Communicable Diseases certified, as well as First Aid certified.

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