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AT Alumni Newsletter ■ AT Alumni Newsletter – June 2018
ATSU Athletic Training Programs - Alumni Newsletter - June 2018
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Director's Column
Tamara McLeod

Athletic training alumni newsletter 2018 – Director’s column

Greetings from a very sunny and warm Arizona. I hope this newsletter finds you taking some time for yourself to relax with family and friends before heading to New Orleans for another National Athletic Training […]

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ATSU athletic training students

Mesa parks and recreation

The Athletic Training Student Association (ATSA) was excited to continue our annual work with City of Mesa Parks, Recreation and Community Facilities. Led by post-doctoral fellow, Hayley Root, PhD, MPH, ATC, ATSA members have volunteered […]

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ATSA annual high school workshop

Each year the Athletic Training Student Association (ATSA) puts on a high school workshop, inviting high school students from around Arizona to come to A.T. Still University’s Mesa campus and learn more about anatomy, sports […]

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Athletic training students at the HLAA walk

ATSA participates in University and community interprofessional events

Athletic Training Student Association (ATSA) had several opportunities to provide medical care and assist in the prevention of injuries, working with A.T. Still University (ATSU) students from other programs. ATSA members participated in Day for […]

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Athletic training students

ATSA community outreach and service

This year, the Athletic Training Student Association (ATSA) had the opportunity to help several organizations and families over the holidays. First, we participated in a canned food drive at the food pantry at Vineyard Community […]

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AT alumni survey – Class of 2017

Survey results reflect 90 percent graduation rate and 100 percent job placement. But that’s just the beginning. See how AT alumni ranked program outcomes, post-professional core competencies, and core professional attributes.

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Thank You
The 2017-18 school year is coming to the end and the continuous involvement and engagement in the community, interprofessional collaboration, leadership development, and service drove the activities and events that ATSA organizes, takes part in, and will continue next year. Thank you to the first-year students for their contribution to the organization and congratulations and good luck to the second-year students in future endeavors. Special thanks to the ATSA officers who enjoyed a very busy year full of service.


ATSA President – Katie Ritter, MS-AT, ‘18
ATSA Vice President – Alison Horner, MS-AT, ‘19
ATSA Secretary – Amy Patrick, MS-AT, ‘19
ATSA Treasurer – Austin Goodrich, MS-AT, ‘18
ATSA Historian – Mark Krumholtz, MS-AT, ‘19
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Second Year Profiles

Katie Ritter
Hometown: Fremont, CA
Graduate assistant position: Hamilton High School
Future plans: Work as an athletic trainer for USA Swimming
What I will miss most: Being with and learning from our amazing professors and classmates everyday.

Amber Herr
Hometown: Pittsburgh, PA
Graduate assistant position: Head athletic trainer at Benjamin Franklin High School
Future plans: move back to Pittsburgh and find a position working at a local high school and/or hockey team
Favorite memory: Meeting lifelong friends in my classmates

Matt Hussey
Hometown: Morris, IL
Graduate assistant position: South Mountain Community College
Future plans: Minor league athletic trainer with the Chicago Cubs
What I’ll miss most: I’ll definitely miss being around these people on a daily basis. I’ve learned so much over these past two years and had a great time in the process. I’m grateful to everyone at ATSU for making it such an awesome experience.

Alex Boron-Magulick
Hometown: State College, PA
Graduate assistant position: Gilbert High School
Future plans: Undecided
Favorite memory: Successfully defending my thesis and learning new techniques in classes.

Austin Goodrich
Hometown: Modesto, CA
Graduate assistant position: Brophy College Preparatory
Future plans: Working part-time as an athletic trainer at a high school or clinic in the Phoenix area and training/working part-time as a muskuloskeletal sonographer.
Favorite memory: Probably bisecting skulls in the anatomy lab, that was quite memorable. Also all of the hands-on clinical courses with Dr. Anderson.