Isaac Trujillo, M.S., LAT, ATC, joined the athletic department in the fall of 2023. He comes to Baton Rouge from the Texas A&M University Athletics Department, where he served as the senior associate athletic trainer for baseball.
In 2022, Trujillo made his second consecutive trip to the College World Series, tending to the athletic training needs of the Aggies
Trujillo arrived in Aggieland in summer 2021 after a five-year stint as the assistant athletic trainer for baseball at the University of Arizona. He was a member of the Wildcats’ 2021 College World Series squad.
Prior to joining the Arizona staff, Trujillo worked two years at Samford University, serving as assistant athletic trainer. He worked directly with the baseball team and supervised intern athletic trainers working with the track & field and cross country teams.
His career includes a two-year stint at Towson University and two years at the University of Maryland. At Towson, Trujillo gained invaluable experience working directly with the baseball and volleyball teams and supervised athletic trainers covering swimming & diving and club sports. At Maryland, he was responsible for the healthcare of the baseball team and assisted with the offseason care of the men’s lacrosse, football and golf teams.
Trujillo earned a Master of Science in physical education with concentration in sports administration from the University of New Mexico. He served as the graduate assistant athletic trainer for the volleyball and swimming & diving teams, and was a teaching assistant in the CAATE-accredited undergraduate athletic training education program at UNM.
In 2009, Trujillo graduated from the University of New Mexico with his Bachelor of Science in athletic training. As an undergraduate, he worked with the football, men’s soccer, volleyball, men’s basketball and swimming & diving teams.
Trujillo served as a member of the medical staff for the Winter X Games XIII in Aspen, Colorado, and worked as a summer intern for the Green Bay Packers in 2008 and 2009.