Tim Weston is currently entering his 10th year as the Head Athletic Trainer at Colby. He has been a member of the Colby Sports Medicine staff since 1992, first serving as the assistant athletic trainer at Colby for 16 years before assuming his current position in 2008.
As the head athletic trainer he supervises six staff athletic trainers and student athletic trainer interns. He is currently on the management team for the Health Services Department at Colby College and on the Board of Directors for the Maine Concussion Management Initiative. He also has previously served on the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) Medical Aspects committee.
In addition to his administrative duties as Head Athletic Trainer, he is responsible for the medical services of the women’s soccer, women’s basketball, men’s and women’s tennis, and men’s and women’s crew teams. During his time at Colby, Tim has also provided coverage for the men’s soccer, men’s ice hockey, swimming, women’s lacrosse, baseball and alpine/Nordic ski teams.
Before his tenure at Colby, Weston was employed at a sports medicine clinic in Albany, New York, where he provided medical services for Albany-Colonie High School. Previous to that appointment he worked for the New York Yankees league minor league system from 1988 to 1991.
Weston did his undergraduate work at the University of Maine at Orono, working under NATA Hall of Famer Wes Jordan. He earned his bachelor’s degree in 1988 and also received his master’s degree from University of Maine at Orono in educational leadership in 2004.
Weston served the Maine Athletic Trainers Association (MATA) as treasurer, vice president and president from (1993-2000). He served as the NATA District One secretary from (2004-2012), chairperson of the NATA District Secretaries/Treasurers committee from (2010-2012), and the on the EATA Executive Board as a District One Officer from 2004-2012. He also served on the NATAPAC Board of Directors representing District One from (2010-2013). He has received NATA’s Service Award along with the Maine Athletic Trainers’ Association “Bill Cox” Service Award. Weston was inducted into the Maine Athletic Trainers Association Hall of Fame in 2016.
Weston served (2014-2018) on the EATA Executive Board, as District One Director, and as secretary/treasurer for the NATA. He was the BOD liaison to the NATA Honors and Awards committees and served (2016-2018) as chair of the NATA Finance committee. Weston currently serves as co-chair for the EATA ’49 club honors and award committee.
Tim resides in Waterville, Maine with his wife, Karin, and has two daughters, Abigail and Sofie.
Tim works with women's soccer, women's crew, men's crew, women's basketball, women's tennis, men's tennis.