Will Sevening joined the San Antonio Spurs as the head athletic trainer in 1998. Prior to joining the Spurs, Sevening worked under the tutelage of longtime Indiana Pacers head athletic trainer, David Craig. He was an intern with the Pacers from 1992-1994, and the assistant athletic trainer with the Pacers from 1994-1998.
Sevening served as an athletic trainer for the 2019 USA Basketball National Team during its national team tour and the 2019 FIBA World Cup in China. He was one of two athletic trainers selected to attend to the USA Basketball National Team at the 2003 FIBA Americas Olympic Qualifying Tournament in Puerto Rico.
During his tenure with the Pacers, he provided athletic healthcare to various high school sports programs in the Indianapolis area and volunteered to assist Butler University’s sports medicine program. He received his Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse in 1990 and his Master’s in Sports Medicine from the United States Sports Academy in 1992.
Sevening has served as an athletic trainer for the 1992 Senior Bowl in Mobile, Alabama. He was the third athletic trainer at the 2005 NBA All Star Game in Denver, and the Western Conference head athletic trainer at the 2016 NBA All Star Game in Toronto.
During the 2011 NATA annual convention and symposium in New Orleans, Will worked as a lab instructor for the NBATA Student Athletic Trainer Cadaver Lab. in 2011, he traveled to Rio de Janiero, Brazil to provide healthcare for the NBA’s Basketball Without Borders program. Sevening has been a part of the five NBA Championships with the Spurs and he has served as the NBATA Foundation President since 2004.
Sevening is NATA Board Certified as an Athletic Trainer (ATC), holds NASM credentials in Performance Enhancement (PES), certified CPR/AED, and is a licensed athletic trainer in the State of Texas.
Sevening played football, baseball, and ran track in high school and developed an interest in athletic training while rehabbing injuries incurred from those sports. An avid baseball fan, he has traveled to nearly 60 major and minor league ballparks throughout the US. The Chicago native also enjoys seeing NHL games while on the road and spending time with his family.