Steele Morris joined the Charleston Southern staff in the summer of 2017. He will primarily be responsible for the healthcare needs of the CSU football.
Prior to coming to CSU, Morris served as the head athletic trainer at A.C. Reynolds High School with clinical responsibilities through Southeastern Sports Medicine. Morris served as an Intern Assistant Athletic Trainer in 2015-16 with the University of Tennessee prior to A.C. Reynolds.
Morris served as a Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer at the University of South Carolina working in conjunction with Fairfield Central High School from 2013-15 where he served as the primary medical provider for 13 interscholastic sports. Among his roles included preparing student-athletes for practice and games, as well as all facets of rehabilitation.
He served a summer internship with the Detroit Lions from May 2014 – August 2014 where he participated in patient treatments and rehabilitation. He engaged in field set-up including hydration needs, evaluation area with supplies and emergency medical supplies.
Prior to his internship with the Lions, Morris served as a graduate assistant with the University of South Carolina Football team from 2013-14.
Morris, a 2013 CSU graduate with a Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Training, served as a student-assistant working with the Buccaneers’ football, baseball, and men’s basketball teams from 2010-12. He also worked with the Charleston Stingrays organization and Cane Bay High School during his undergraduate work.
He graduated with a Masters of Science degree in Physical Education with an emphasis in Athletic Training in 2015.
Morris is a native of Knoxville, Tenn. Morris and his wife Jessica have a son, Bryant (3).