Zac Womack begins his ninth season as a member of the East Carolina Athletic Training staff dealing primarily with the baseball team, a position he accepted in January of 2008. In the fall of 2012, Womack was promoted to ECU's Head Athletic Trainer, where he oversees the daily operation of the athletic training facility and its staff members
A native of Jamestown, N.C., Womack returned to ECU after spending seven years in the New York Yankees minor league organization. While in the Yankees farm system, he spent time with the Gulf Coast Yankees (2001), Greensboro Bats (2002), Battle Creek Yankees (2003-04) and the Trenton Thunder (2005-07).
Womack has worked alongside some of the organizations top prospects (Robinson Cano, Joba Chamberlain, Brett Gardner, Philip Hughes and Chein-Ming Wang) as well as working Major League rehabilitation assignments in Trenton with Roger Clemens, Octavio Dotel, Hideki Matsui and Gary Sheffield.
His main area of concentration is the thrower's arm care/maintenance program, which focuses on keeping the Pirates arms healthy and strong. He is a certified by the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA) and is licensed as an athletic trainer by the state of North Carolina.
With his primary focus at ECU is as an athletic trainer, Womack also works alongside the Strength and Conditioning staff to design baseball specific workout programs for the Pirate pitching staff.
Womack earned his bachelor's degree in athletic training from ECU in 2000 where he worked with the football and baseball programs. He is married to the former Kimberly Mills of Greenville, N.C. and currently resides in Greenville, N.C. with their daughter Ivy Grace.