Andrew McCabe was appointed as an assistant athletic trainer at San José State in September of 2017. He currently supports the athletic training and sports medicine efforts for San José State football.
In his position McCabe is responsible for the evaluation, care and rehabilitation of athletic injuries for the football team.
McCabe came to the Spartans from the Stanford Children’s Orthopedics program where he was an athletic trainer.
His professional experience in the field athletic training extends back to 2011 when he was an exercise specialist with Olympic Physical Therapy in Bellevue, Wash. Since then, McCabe spent four years serving as a clinical coordinator, athletic trainer and sports medicine teacher at the high school level in the state of Texas.
McCabe earned his bachelor’s degree in kinesiology from Trinity Western University in 2007. As an undergraduate he was an athletic trainer for the men’s soccer team.
He went on to earn a master’s degree in athletic training from the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center in 2011.
While at Texas Tech he was an athletic training intern for the track & field and cross country teams. He also completed internships with Sundown (Texas) High School, Monterey High School, the Seattle Mariners Minor League club and with Lubbock Sports Rehab.
McCabe is a native of Maple Valley, Wash., who now calls Santa Clara, Calif., home.