Pictured L to R: Jim Marshall, MATA Hall of Fame Member
and previous Zamberletti Award recipient; Fred Zamberletti,
MATA Hall of Fame Member in whose name the award
is given, Scott Westermann, the 2013 Zamberletti Award
Recipient; and MATA Past-President Brent Milliken,
a member of the Awards Committee for the
National Football Foundation of Minnesota.
Scott Westermann received the 2013 Fred Zamberletti Award by the Minnesota Chapter of the National Football Foundation. This award, named after the legendary athletic trainer for the Minnesota Vikings, honors an athletic trainer who has had strong impact in the athletic training profession. Scott was recognized at the 6th Annual "Honoring Legends, Inspiring Leaders" awards event on April 28th at the new James B. Woulfe Alumni Hall in the Anderson Student Center at the University of St. Thomas.
Westermann has had a long career working in the Minnesota athletic community, beginning in 1988. At various points in his career, he has provided athletic training services to several Twin Cities-area high schools, Augsburg College, the University of Minnesota and the National Football League as a concussion spotter during Minnesota Vikings' games.
Westermann joins former Fred Zamberletti Award Winners Gary Reinholtz, Gordy Graham, Jim Marshall, Gary Smith and Neal Dutton. Congratulations Scott!
Scott Westermann's family (L to R): Scott, wife, Cyndi,
father, Marvin and mother, Elda Westermann
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