Rebecca Mohl Borer
Head Athletic Trainer
Becky grew up in Leesburg, Georgia where she became involved in sports at the early age of 4. She played basketball and softball through Middle School and High School at Lee County. She entered Darton State College as a student in 2003, where she played softball for two years. During her standout career at Darton she accumulated several accolades including All Region Honors and The Scholar Athlete Award along with several other Academic scholarships and awards.
She continued her softball career as a walk on to The University of Georgia’s softball squad earning a scholarship and duties of starting catcher for two seasons. During her career at Georgia, she also received several awards including the Best Defensive Player, The Kim McClung Award, and The Scholar Athlete Award along with many other Academic endowment programs and honors.
After receiving her bachelors, she returned to UGA for her Masters. During her last year at UGA, she played on a tournament softball team, worked as a tutor for athletes, and completed her internship as a student ATC for the UGA football team which included their trip to the 2008 Sugarbowl where they defeated Hawaii.
She earned a Bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training from UGA along with a Master’s in Math Education. For the past four years, she has served as both the Assistant Athletic Trainer and Math teacher here at Darton State College.
She now resides in Lee County with her husband Nathan Borer and are expecting their first child, Hunter Cole Borer, in October 2014. In addition, the Borer’s have two dogs Spotty and Macy. Spotty is a certified service dog and enjoys trips to the local senior citizen centers. Her other family includes 2 brothers, Freddie (31), Michael (20), and a sister, Kelsie (12).