Jason Dandino, MA
MA, Sports Administration and Leadership
Adjunct Faculty, Kinesiology Department
After serving two years as a Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer, Jason Dandino is entering his first year as an Assistant Athletic Trainer, and third overall at Seattle University. Dandino received his Bachelor of Science degree in athletic training with a minor in psychology from the University of North Dakota (UND) in 2014. While at UND, Dandino was an active member of the Student Athletic Trainers Organization.
Dandino earned his Master’s degree in Sport Administration and Leadership at Seattle University, completing his research in the “Differences in Perceptions of Injury between Athletes and their Athletic Trainers”.
After arriving to Seattle University in the fall of 2014 Dandino primarily has worked with the Men’s Soccer and Men’s and Women’s Track and Field programs. Since being at Seattle University, he has hosted the 2014 Men’s soccer Western Athletic Conference tournament, as well as a second round game of the NCAA tournament in 2015. He currently serves as the Athletic Trainer for Men’s Soccer, Men’s and Women’s Swim, and Softball.
Originally from Colorado Springs, Colorado, Dandino is an active member of the National Athletic Trainers' Association and the Washington State Athletic Trainers' Association. Dandino currently holds a national athletic training certification through the NATABOC and an athletic training license with the Washington State Department of Health.