Tag Archives: Ryan Galloy

Concussions impact athletes

BEN SIECK | ASSISTANT SPORTS EDITOR Concussions are a hot-button topic in the sports world, and even the hint or risk of one occurring is cause for immediate concern from coaches, trainers, parents, fans and athletes. Butler’s athletic programs are no different. Concussions remain at the forefront of trainers’ and coaches’ minds during any Butler

Roosevelt Jones out for season with wrist injury

BY AUSTIN MONTEITH | SPORTS EDITOR Butler junior forward Roosevelt Jones will miss the 2013-14 men’s basketball season due to a wrist injury sustained during the team’s recent trip to Australia. The injury occurred during the Bulldogs’ first exhibition game when Jones fell awkwardly on his wrist. He did not play in the team’s final

Medical staff: Key component of athletics

From blisters and concussions to full-blown bone snaps and neurological injuries, there’s a lot that can go wrong with the human body that might stop an athlete from competing. Luckily, Butler athletes have a top-notch prevention and recovery system if anything happens to go south. Butler sports medicine, which has a little training room lodged

Long term injuries take toll

College athletes begin their seasons with high hopes for success, but for a few, their hopes are crushed by athletic injuries. While injuries don’t affect an overwhelming number of Butler student-athletes, a few cannot escape the inevitable. Ryan Galloy, head athletic trainer, said he sees some season-ending injuries but not a lot of career-ending injuries