College - Michigan

Jim Scholler returns for his second season as the Grizzlies assistant athletic trainer and assistant strength and conditioning coach. Before joining the Grizzlies, Scholler spent nine of the last 10 years as an athletic trainer for the University of North Florida, including the last four as the head athletic trainer, where he oversaw administration and supervision of all athletic training services provided to UNF student-athletes. He served as UNFís graduate assistant athletic trainer from 1998-01, covering baseball and menís soccer and as the Ospreys assistant athletic trainer from 2001-03, providing care to the menís basketball, volleyball, menís and womenís tennis, cheerleading and dance teams. Scholler, who also served as the athletic trainer for the Greek National Baseball team in 2003 and 2005 that competed in the European Baseball Championships, spent one season as the assistant athletic trainer at Notre Dame in 2003-04, where he oversaw the health care of the menís and womenís cross country and menís lacrosse tennis. The Grand Haven, Mich. native is a Certified Athletic Trainer, Licensed Athletic Trainer in the State of Tennessee, a Performance Enhancement Specialist and Correct Exercise Specialist. Scholler earned his bachelorís degree in movement science from the University of Michigan in 1998 and his masterís degree in healthcare administration from UNF in 2001. He is married to wife Jennifer.