Albertus Magnus College Athletic Training


Albertus Magnus College is committed to the development of a safe intercollegiate athletics program by protecting the health and well-being of its student-athletes, as well as by providing a safe sport environment. The NCAA Sports Medicine Handbook developed by the NCAA Committee on Competitive Safeguards and Medical Aspects of Sports and the National Athletic Trainers Association's Policy Statements are used as a guide in establishing recommendations and procedures for preventing and managing athletic related injuries at Albertus Magnus College.

The athletic training staff strives to protect and return the injured student athlete to sport participation as quickly and safely as possible. The athletic training staff possesses knowledge in injury prevention; injury recognition, evaluation, and assessment; immediate care; and the treatment, rehabilitation, and reconditioning of athletic injuries. All injuries must be reported to the Albertus Magnus College athletic training staff for evaluation, treatment and referral by the student-athlete or the coach. Medical referral will be made when deemed necessary. The athlete must also directly communicate any concerns that he/she may have regarding his/her injury evaluation, treatment, and rehabilitation program to the athletic training staff.




Director of Sports Performance & Athletic Training Profile








New Athlete Information




Returning Athlete Information




Concussion Information




Sickle Cell Information




ADHD Information




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Information for Coaches



Secondary Insurance for Athletic Injuries 




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