Congratulations to Camille Bordelon, 2010 Recipient of the Adam Sturlese Memorial Sports Medicine Award
Camille Bordelon, 2nd year Athletic Training Student with LSU Football was nominated as this year's recipient of the Acadian Ambulance Adam Sturlese Memorial Sports Medicine Award before the LSU vs. McNeese football game on Saturday October 16th. Camille was presented the award by Jack Marucci, MS, ATC, Director of Athletic Training, as well as joined by Mr. Sturlese and his daughter.
The recipient of the Adam Sturlese Memorial Sports Medicine Award is chosen by the Staff of Athletic Trainers at Football. This outstanding Football Athletic Training Student possesses a strong work ethic and continues to excel in the field of Athletic Training regardless of obstacles. The Staff Certified Athletic Trainers at Football believe that Camille is a great addition to the long line of successful Athletic Training Students that have been honored by Acadian Ambulance Adam Sturlese Memorial Sports Medicine Award. "She has shown steady improvement since she entered our Athletic Training Education Program in 2009. Camille currently serves as a leader and mentor among the Athletic Training Students and clearly takes pride in her accomplishments. We feel like Camille is a student that we can rely on and trust. She is professional in the way she approaches the student athletes and has handled the workload that we have placed on her shoulders", says Shelly Mullenix, Senior Associate Athletic Trainer for Football. "We look forward to watching her growth in this Allied Healthcare Profession".
Pictured above: Camille Bordelon, Jack Marucci, MS, ATC
Pictured below: Camille Bordelon with Brad Edwards, MD, first recipient of the Adam Sturlese Memorial Sports Medicine Award