Register today for the 2017 meeting.

Book you room now at the JB Duke Hotel for Friday and Saturday, September 15-16, 2017

We have secured a block of 15 rooms at the Duke rate of $179/night for Friday and Saturday at the new JB Duke Hotel on Science Drive. Call 1-800-443-3853 or 919-490-0999 to make your reservation. Mention “Bassett Society“.

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BE TRUE BLUE

The Bassett Society is committed to helping make the dreams of young doctors and dentists a reality. By providing scholarships to Duke Athletes entering medical or dental school, society members not only honor the legacy of Dr. Bassett and Dr. Moorman, but also ensure a bright and hopeful tomorrow. Remember when you first started medical school? It took years of discipline and dedication but you finally achieved the title reserved for only the brightest and best. No doubt, you had help on your journey.
Perhaps it was a mentor, like Dr. Bassett or Dr. Moorman, who enriched your life and brought you closer to your dreams. Why not use what you’ve been given to help enrich the lives of others? By giving to the Bassett Society you’ll be bringing up the next generation of doctors who will follow in your footsteps. You’ll be leaving a legacy of kindness and generosity that inspires others to give. You’ll be helping others to heal and make a difference in the world. You’ll be TRUE BLUE!

MORE THAN ATHLETES

Athletes on the field. Students in the classroom. Leaders throughout their lives.

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BUILDING COMMUNITY

It’s not just about who you know. But what you did with them. The Bassett Society allows you to do more.

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BE TRUE BLUE

Dr. Bassett knew that being “True Blue” means reaching out to invest in the next generation.

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LEAVE A LEGACY

Join the legacy of Dr. Moorman II and continue his work through The Bassett Society.

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Frank H. Bassett, M.D. 1929-2007

Dr. Frank Bassett was “True Blue!” As a team doctor, he devoted his life to the care of Duke University athletes. His skill as an orthopedic surgeon helped countless players get back on the field and into the game. His work not only helped Duke win championships but set the gold standard in the world of Sports Medicine today. Known for his humor, his loyalty, and his deep love of Duke Football, Dr. Bassett never lost hope. Dr. Bassett helped guide players on and off the field. For athletes desiring to enter the medical profession, he was both coach and mentor. His insight and encouragement shaped and nurtured the lives of these future doctors. He never forgot the hard work and dedication it took to him to finish his education. He became their biggest fan; cheering them on and providing the support to make their dreams come true! Dr. Bassett was a testimony to the difference one person can make in the lives of others. He knew that being “True Blue” means more than just showing up for games. It means reaching out to invest in the next generation. It means giving others a hope and a future and leaving a legacy that inspires others to do the same. Now you can join the legacy of Dr. Frank Bassett and continue his work through the Bassett Society.

Claude (T) Moorman II, M.D. 1939-2009

Dr. “T” Moorman II was “True Blue!” Moorman lettered three years (1958-60) for Duke and helped lead the Blue Devils to the 1960 ACC Championship, a No. 10 final national ranking by the Associated Press and a 7-6 win over seventh-ranked Arkansas in the Cotton Bowl. As a senior he earned numerous national honors, and as a senior in 1960, Moorman was selected a first team
All-America by both the Football Writers Association of America and the Football News as well as earning first team All-ACC honors. He posted 54 receptions, still the 12th-best single season total for a Blue Devil and the second-highest ever by a tight end. He finished his career with 71 receptions for 709 yards and five touchdowns. In 2008, he was named to the ACC Legends team.
After graduation, he attended Duke Medical School, completed his M.D. in 1966, and trained in orthopaedics at Duke under Dr. Lenox Baker. He then served as a medical officer in Vietnam.
When he returned he completed law school in 1979 and served with the Army Department of Legal Medicine, Armed Forces Institute of Pathology in Washington, D.C. Moorman subsequently commanded US Army Reserve units at multiple sites and retired as a Colonel from the USAR in 1998. Now you can join the legacy of Dr. Moorman II and continue his work through The Bassett Society.

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Help us continue Dr. Bassett’s and Dr. Moorman’s work and support the next generation of doctors with your tax deductible donations.The Bassett Society is an active working medical society dedicated in all of its efforts to the promotion and support of Duke athletes in their continuing education of medicine. Use the secure links below with confidence.

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Members

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Our mailing address is: The Bassett Society, c/o Duke Sports Medicine Center, Box 3639, Durham, NC 27710

 

2016 Scholarship Award Recipients

Emily Mattoon

Obremskey Award
Track & Field

Tara Jennings

C.T. Moorman, II Award
Field Hockey

Michael Moverman

C.T. Moorman, II Award
Track & Field

Will Piwnica-Worms

C.T. Moorman, II Award
Baseball

2015 Scholarship Award Recipients

Tom Lefebvre

Obremskey Award
Golf

Tanner Anderson

C.T. Moorman, II Award
Track and Field

Anthony Lin

C.T. Moorman, II Award
Fencing

Andrew Vekstein

C.T. Moorman, II Award
Lacrosse

2014 Scholarship Award Recipients

Sophia Dunworth

C.T. Moorman, II Award
Volleyball

Abby Johnston

C.T. Moorman, II Award
Swimming & Diving

Jessica Lyden

C.T. Moorman, II Award
Swimming & Diving

Reka Zsilinszka

C.T. Moorman, II Award
Tennis

2013 Scholarship Award Recipients

Michael Catalino

C.T. Moorman, II Award
Lacrosse

Megan Deakins

C.T. Moorman, II Award
Field Hockey

Cassie Ludwig

C.T. Moorman, II Award
Track & Field

2012 Scholarship Award Recipients

Kelly Hathorn

C.T. Moorman, II Award
Soccer

Kim Imbesi

C.T. Moorman, II Award
Swimming

Peter Truszkowski

C.T. Moorman, II Award
Fencing

2011 Scholarship Award Recipients

Kendall Bradley

C.T. Moorman, II Award
Soccer

Cameron Williams

C.T. Moorman, II Award
Cheerleading

2010 Scholarship Award Recipients

Shae Anderson

C.T. Moorman, II Award
Cheerleading

Christian Mitchell

C.T. Moorman, II Award
Football

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