Hall of Fame
Mary Broos- Mary Broos’ education started with a B.S. degree in Health/Physical Education from East Carolina University in 1967. She then graduated from NCSU in 1980 from the Teacher-Athletic Trainer Instructional Program. In 1983, she received her Master of Science in Education from North Carolina A&T University. Her thesis topic was “The Epidemiology of Menstrual Functions in Female Athletics.”
Mary has been heavily involved with various organizations throughout her professional career. She has served on the NCHSAA Sports Medicine Committee from 2001- Present. She has also served as the NCATA Secretary from 1978 – 1987, NCATA President from 1987 – 1989, and on the NCATA Board of Directors from 1990 – 1992. She has also been a part of the North Carolina Medical Society Sports Medicine Committee from 1986-Present and on the Davidson County Board Of Education from 1988 – 2000 where she was the chairperson of the Board from 1996 – 2000.
She has been most visibly noted for her hard work and dedication to the profession via her position as the Head Athletic Trainer and Clinical Director at Guilford College from August 1978 – 2008. Mary was also an athletic director and physical education teacher at Church Street School in Thomasville, NC from August 1977 – 1981 and prior to that a physical education teacher and basketball coach at Thomasville Middle School in Thomasville, NC from August 1967 – 1977.
Graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Science from Appalachian State University, 1974. Earned a Masters in Education - Administration from the University of North Carolina Charlotte in 1977. Completed the TATIP Sports Medicine Program at Bowman Gray School of Medicine in 1988 and earned a Masters in Biology.
Scott has been involved in athletic training since 1975 and currently serves as the Manager-Athletic Training for Carolinas HealthCare System in Concord, NC. Prior to this current position, he served as Sports Medicine/Athletic Director for Cabarrus County Schools from July 1996–May 2011. His athletic training experiences range from the middle school, high school, and indoor arena football professional level sports. In addition, Scott serves as a member of the faculty of the Cabarrus Family Medicine Residency Program and Cabarrus Family Medicine Sports Medicine Fellowship in Concord, NC.
Scott has been a member of the NCATA since 1975. He has been involved in the NCATA
in various capacities serving as Chairman of the Secondary Schools committee as well as the Site Selection Committee; District 6 Director for many years and Vice President of the NCATA 1989-1993 and 2008 to 2012. He was also chosen as the NCATA Athletic Trainer of the Year in 1992 and was inducted into the NCATA Hall of Fame in 2001, NATA Athletic Training Service Award – 2014,
Mid-Atlantic Athletic Trainers Association Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award – 2015,
NCHSAA “100 TO REMEMBER” Honor/Award – 2014, NCHSAA “Special Person” Award – 2013.
Scott has been heavily involved with various organizations throughout his professional career. He currently serves on the North Carolina Board of Athletic Trainers Examiners- Vice Chair, NC Medical Society Sports Medicine Advisory Committee, the NCHSAA Sports Medicine Advisory Committee-Chair, Cabarrus County Special Olympics Medical Team and is an Instructor tor for the American Heart Association.