Damon Edmond

Assistant Athletic Trainer

P843-863-7596 / Ededmond@csuniv.edu



Damon Edmond joined the CSU Athletic Training staff in the summer of 2020. He will take over the primary athletic training responsibilities for the Buccaneer men’s basketball program.

Edmond comes to the Bucs by way of Clemson University where he served as a graduate assistant working with the Tigers’ men’s tennis program from August 2018 until he started at CSU.

During his time at CSU, he managed to complete medical coverage for 11 student-athletes from nine different countries. He also coordinated tennis performance meetings with coaches, strength and conditioning, and the sports nutrition staff. He also directed treatment and rehabilitation protocols for student-athletes. In addition to working with men’s tennis, he also provided medical coverage for all CU Olympic sports when necessary.

Prior to Clemson, Edmond was an athletic training student at Florida State University. He worked with the Seminoles’ women’s soccer, football, women’s tennis, and men’s basketball programs, while also working at Amos P. Godby High School.

He graduated from Florida State in May 2018 with a bachelor’s degree in athletic training. He graduated with his master’s degree from Clemson in 2020 with a degree in biological sciences.

Your Purpose. Our Mission.

Everyday I make my athlete’s health and well-being my number 1 priority. I take pride in developing relationships with my athletes that promote a welcoming environment every time they have an encounter with me. I understand being a college student in the times we are in is harder than ever before, so I take the challenge of being an ally for growth and encouragement for them through the good and bad times.

Damon Edmond