2017 marks 15 years with the Tars Athletic Department for Paul Giannotti, with the last five in the role of Assistant Athletic Director for Sports Medicine, overseeing the daily operations of a facility that provides medical care to the 22 varsity athletic teams at Rollins. While providing primary coverage for the men’s and women’s basketball teams, he also oversees several sports programs in the department and works as the department liaison with the office of student affairs.
Giannotti started at Rollins as the Senior Athletic Trainer in 2002 following a three year stint as Assistant Professor of Athletic Training and Coordinator of Clinical Education for the accredited Athletic Training Education Program at Longwood University in Virginia. During that time he also served as a site visitor for the Joint Review Committee on Athletic Training providing program accreditation review.
Paul serves on the Committee on Professional Ethics for the Athletic Trainer’s Association of Florida. In 2015, he was inducted into the Pahrump Valley High School Athletic Hall of Fame.
With a degree in Sports Medicine from Marietta College in Ohio, and a Master of Education degree in Athletic Training from the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, Giannotti began his career as the Head Athletic Trainer at Hampden-Sydney College in Virginia from 1995-1999.
Originally from Pahrump, Nevada, Paul and his wife Amy reside in Winter Park with their daughters Allie (14) and Maren (11).