Eli Williams ATC, LAT, CSCSAthletic Trainer
Eli Williams has served as the athletic trainer for Cowboy Baseball since taking on the role in 2012.
Williams came to Oklahoma State as a graduate assistant and took over the athletic training duties for the Cowboys. After earning his master’s degree in health and human performance from OSU in 2014, he was hired full time for baseball’s athletic training position.
As the Cowboys’ athletic trainer, Williams manages all medical needs for OSU baseball. He works hand in hand with coaches, physicians and other support staff to provide the highest level of care possible to all members of Cowboy Baseball. He also oversees and coordinates continuing education and departmental travel for sports medicine.
During Williams’ time with Cowboy Baseball, the program has made nine consecutive NCAA Regional appearances, advanced to three NCAA Super Regionals and earned a berth in the 2016 College World Series, where OSU finished third. In those 10 seasons, 12 Cowboys have earned All-American status and 58 have been selected in the Major League Baseball Draft.
Williams also designed and outfitted the athletic training room and hydrotherapy areas in O’Brate Stadium, which opened in 2020.
A native of Grosvenor, Texas, Williams earned his bachelor’s degree in health sciences from the University of Central Florida in 2011. He then served as an intern athletic trainer at the University of Richmond working with the football and field hockey teams.
A member of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association, Williams is also an NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), Champion Performance Specialist (C-PS) and holds numerous other credentials in his field.
Eli lives in Stillwater with his wife, Mallory, their son Carter, and their dog, Gizmo.
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