Earl Ware begins his second year with the Cougar Baseball program as the athletics trainer in 2008. In that role, he supervises the daily treatment of student-athletes, oversees the rehabilitation progress of injured players and maintains the team's medical records.
He also works closely with the Cougar Football program during the fall while studying towards his master's degree in sports administration at UH.
Prior to attending UH, Ware served as a student athletics trainer at Cincinnati. As an undergraduate, he worked with the football, women's track and field and baseball teams.
In addition to his Cincinnati duties, he also worked with the Cincinnati Cyclones of the ECHL, the Cincinnati Reds in 2005 and the Cincinnati Bengals during the 2004 season.
Ware received his bachelor's degree in health promotion and education with an emphasis in athletics training from Cincinnati in 2007.
A native of Cincinnati, Ohio, Ware graduated from Fairfield High in 1998. After spending his first two years as an undergraduate at Ohio State, Ware joined the U.S. Army and served as an engineer.
He was deployed to Baghdad, Iraq, in September 2005 and served there until December 2006. Ware remains active in the military.
He is a member of the the National Athletics Trainers Association, Ohio Athletics Trainers Association, Great Lakes Athletics Trainers Association.
The son of Earl and Gina Ware, he was born July 14, 1979. He is single and lives in Houston.