About Our Awards
The Eastern Athletic Trainers’ Association recognizes six EATA members for their service to the profession of athletic training and the EATA.. The Pinky Newell Address and the Presidential Award are chosen by the EATA Executive Board while the Cramer, Henry Schein, Moyer and '49 Club are through peer nominations. The Moyer Award goes to a team physician that has served the profession of Athletic Training as an educator and an advocate and has also served the community in which they live and work.
Please select the "LEARN MORE" link to view a specific award description, view past winners or to nominate a colleague, mentor or EATA member for that award.
The '49 Club is the highest honor that can be bestowed on an EATA member. It recognizes members whose contributions have been significant, substantial and long-standing.
The first Cramer award was given in 1966. It is sponsored by Cramer and given to a member who has had an impact on the EATA.
Henry Schein Award
The Henry Schein award was first given in 1984. It is given to a secondary school AT who has outstanding contributions to the profession.
David Moyer Award
The Moyer award is given to a team physician who is very supportive of the athletic training profession in a variety of ways. It was first given in 1982.
Pinky Newell Address
Pinky is considered the father of modern athletic training. To give this address is an honor and is one that is thought provoking for those members in the audience.
The Presidential award is given to that individual whom the EATA President feels has advanced the EATA and the profession. This person does not have to be an AT.