Danielle enters her first year at Siena College as an assistant athletic trainer. Stabinski graduated from Springfield College in 2011 and attends Albany Medical College as she works to obtain her Master's degree in Bioethics.
Stabinski will assist the head trainer in the overall medical care of all student athletes, both in-season and off-season, including injury prevention and pre- and post practice treatments. She will also oversee the rehabilitation of student's athletic injuries.
Stabinski comes to Siena with a variety of athletic training experience at the high school, collegiate and professional levels. Most recently, Stabinski served as a certified athletic trainer in Troy, N.Y. at the Emma Willard School. She provided athletic training services to high school students Grade 9-12.
Stabiniski was the head athletic trainer at Ralph C. Mahar Regional School District in Orange, Mass. where she oversaw the development of the budget, policies and procedures and the implementation of the imPACT concussion program.
Stabinski's experience includes interning during the New York Giants Football training camp in 2010. As an undergraduate at Springfield College, Stabinski worked directly with the sports medicine department with several clinical rotations where she worked with injured athletes on their rehabilitation.
Stabinski will cover men's soccer, men's basketball and split time between the women's lacrosse and softball.
Danielle is a native of Schenectady, N.Y.