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Seton Hall University

Richard Boergers, Ph.D., ATC

Associate Professor
Department of Athletic Training

I am excited to have the opportunity to work with outstanding faculty and students as a full-time faculty member in the Master of Science in Athletic Training program (MSAT). I am passionate about the athletic training profession and have been an AT educator for well over 15 years. Prior to my current position, I worked in the Athletic Training program at Stony Brook University in the capacity of assistant professor/clinical coordinator. Before my tenure at Stony Brook, I worked clinically in the Seton Hall University Department of Athletics, and I served as a clinical instructor, research mentor and adjunct faculty member for the MSAT program. I have had the pleasure of watching the SHU MSAT grow from its inception and have been impressed with the athletic training student body and the overall success of its graduates. I enjoy integrating my previous clinical and research experiences into my teaching.
My three major research interests are the throwing shoulder, pre-hospital management of emergent injuries, and triathlon performance. Specifically, I am interested in injury pathomechanics and conservative treatment strategies of the shoulder and elbow in overhead throwers, acute management of emergent injuries in the lacrosse athlete, and mechanical efficiency in triathletes, especially during the cycling segment.
In my personal life, I enjoy training and competing in triathlons and other endurance events. I have completed more than 10 Half IRONMAN races and two IRONMAN races.