Stephanie Rosehart joined the University of South Carolina’s athletic training staff in 2004 and began overseeing women’s soccer in 2006. She also oversees a certified graduate assistant athletic trainer with men’s and women’s swimming and diving. She also works with the Management Team of Disordered Eating and is the state representative to the Women in Athletic Training Committee (WATC).
Rosehart came to USC from the University of Southern Mississippi, where she served as associate athletic trainer and provided athletic training services for women’s basketball and volleyball.
Rosehart graduated with a Bachelor of Science in human performance from Southern Miss in 1995. While at USM, she worked with the football and women’s basketball teams, as well as Hattiesburg High School.
Rosehart later received a Master of Education in school health from Eastern Kentucky University. During her stay at EKU, Rosehart assisted with the football, women’s basketball and softball teams and supplied athletic training coverage at Madison Southern High School.