Jan 29, 2015Peer Publicity
Though they operate behind the scenes and do work that goes largely unnoticed by the general public, occasionally athletic trainers have their efforts recognized in the mainstream news. When these key contributors do make headlines, we want to share them with you. So from time to time, Training-Conditioning.com will present a collection of links to newspaper articles from around the country featuring high school and college athletic trainers in action.
Here is a profile of student athletic trainers accompanying the LSU Tigers football team in their pursuit of a BCS Championship.
The University of Northern Iowa recently opened its new $7 million Human Performance Center, a multipurpose facility for academics and health and leisure services programming. A large portion of the building is dedicated to sports medicine, including physical therapy and orthopedic care.
Mike Petty, an athletic trainer at Andrew (Ill.) High School works during the holiday season as Santa Claus. And yes, the beard is real.
Kelly Murphy, Head Athletic Trainer at Vance High School in Charlotte, N.C., has two and a half years left before she will retire. After 40-plus years spent in athletic training, she was recently selected to serve on the athletic training staff for the Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas, a prestigious annual high school all-star football game.
Former William and Mary Assistant Athletic Trainer Jacob “Tyler” DePew has been named Head Athletic Trainer for the Oneonta Tigers, a single-A affiliate of the Detroit Tigers. Congratulations, Tyler.
This Q&A with Dave Tomchek, Athletic Trainer for the University of Nevada-Las Vegas (UNLV) men’s basketball program documents his work during the rehab of National Hot Rod Association (NHRA) racer Rod Fuller. Fuller, a top drag racer, is recovering from an ACL tear.
If you see a headline in your local newspaper pertaining to athletic training or strength and conditioning, we want to hear from you. Please submit links to: [email protected].
R.J. Anderson in an Assistant Editor at Training & Conditioning.