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AT alumni celebrate at spring training game

March 6, 2013
Posted In: Alumni Headlines

Athletic Training (AT) alumni gathered on March 3 at Hohokam Stadium in Mesa, Ariz., to connect with other supporters of the AT program, receive updates from A.T. Still University’s Arizona School of Health Sciences (ATSU-ASHS) leadership, and enjoy a spring training game between the Chicago Cubs and the Milwaukee Brewers.

Randy Danielsen, PhD, PA-C, DFAAPA, dean, ATSU-ASHS; Eric Sauers, PhD, ATC, FNATA, chair, Interdisciplinary Health Sciences; and John Parsons, PhD, AT, director, Athletic Training Program spoke at the event. Below is a recap of the highlighted updates.

  • In two years, the ATSU-ASHS will celebrate its 20th anniversary! What originally started out as a school with 60 students has now grown into a school with 1,300 students comprising numerous health sciences programs.
  • The legacy of Dwight Patterson – businessman, founder of the Mesa Hohokams, and the Father of Cactus League Baseball – was celebrated at the event. Special guests at the event included Mr. Patterson’s daughter, Ann Patterson Cleghorn, and her family.
  • Michelle Weber, AT ‘14, is the 2013 Dwight Patterson Youth Sports Scholarship recipient. The scholarship was created in 2004 to support ATSU’s AT students who demonstrate a commitment to the well-being of youth athletes. Michelle was recognized for her commitment to youth sports safety research, and she had the opportunity to throw out the first pitch!
  • For more information on the scholarship and to contribute, click here.
  • The next AT alumni event will be held in conjunction with the NATA Annual Meeting in Las Vegas on Wednesday, June 26. More details will be forthcoming.

Please visit the alumni Facebook page to see additional photos.

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