|Title:||Head Athletic Trainer|
|College:||B.S. Butler, 2000; M.A. San Diego State, 2003|
Ryan Galloy was named head athletic trainer at Butler in the summer of 2007, after serving as Associate Athletic Trainer during the 2006-07 school year. He previously had served for two years as an Assistant Athletic Trainer. He is the primary athletic trainer for men’s basketball and men’s and women’s golf, while overseeing football coverage. He also serves as an adjunct professor in Butler’s College of Education.
A 2000 graduate of Butler University, where he was a member of the football team, Galloy returned to the Bulldogs’ staff in 2004, after serving as an assistant athletic trainer at Concordia University in Illinois for one year. He was the head trainer for Concordia’s football team, while also working closely with men’s basketball and baseball. He also served for one year as Head Athletic Trainer at La Costa Canyon High School in California (2002-03) and as a graduate assistant athletic trainer at San Diego State (2000-02).
Originally from northern Illinois, Galloy enrolled at Butler in 1995. He was a linebacker on the football team for four seasons, and he finished as the team’s fifth-leading tackler as a senior. He earned varsity letters in 1996 and 1998, while missing the 1997 season with a knee injury. The sports medicine major was named recipient of the team’s Hilton U. Brown Mental Attitude Award as a senior.
Galloy earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Butler and a Master’s Degree from San Diego State (‘03). He’s been certified as an athletic trainer by the National Athletic Trainers’ Association and as a strength and conditioning specialist by the NSCA. His wife, Casey, is an athletic trainer for St. Vincent's Sports Performance.