Nick Reuss is in his fourth year as the Director of Sports Medicine at Transylvania University and his ninth year at Transy overall. Before being elevated to Director of Sports Medicine, Reuss served as an Assistant Athletic Trainer for Transylvania, working for the Lexington Clinic in the role of Physician Extender along with his duties at Transy. Prior to his arrival at Transy, Reuss was with Beacon Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine in Cincinnati, Ohio, providing outreach coverage to Reading High School along with duties in the physical therapy clinic.
As Director of Sports Medicine at Transylvania, Reuss oversees various administrative duties as well as providing rehabilitation and preventative services to Transylvania's student-athletes. His main goal is to keep each student-athlete healthy and in competition.
Reuss graduated from Ohio University with a Bachelor's of Science degree in Athletic Training in 2005. He then continued his education at Ohio University and obtained his Master's of Science degree in Recreation and Sports Sciences in 2006. Reuss holds a certification from Kinesio USA as a Certified Kinesio Tape Practitioner and two certifications from the National Academy of Sports Medicine as a Performance Enhancement Specialist and as a Corrective Exercise Specialist.
PRIMARY SPORTS: Field Hockey, Volleyball, Men's & Women's Golf, Men's & Women's Tennis, Men's Basketball, and Men's Lacrosse.