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1 Welcome! Boston University Athletic Training Program

2 Clinical Proficiency and Skill Development I. Risk Management and Injury Prevention ACIDate A. Reviews personal safety considerations, including hazards specific to specific activity and venue. COMPLETE DURING 1 ST 2 WEEKS. IA Detail: Identify 2 things you will do to keep yourself safe at your venue. B. Develops a 6-week, pre-season strength and conditioning program for the team sport of ____________ [insert sport and target age group here]. [AT 355, HS 342, AT 431] CRCR I.B Detail. List components included. Describe progression of one of the components. C. Using the above (IB) strength and conditioning program, demonstrate the ability to instruct an individual in the execution of 5 of the exercises. [Note: This is an excellent opportunity to use the educational TAs. Sophomores make good models.] [AT 355, AT 431, HS 342] CRCR IC Detail. List the exercises:

3 Clinical Proficiency and Skill Development I. Risk Management and Injury Prevention ACIDate A. Reviews personal safety considerations, including hazards specific to specific activity and venue. COMPLETE DURING 1 ST 2 WEEKS. LV 9/8/05 IA Detail: Identify 2 things you will do to keep yourself safe at your venue. 1.Dunk when pucks come near my head. 2.Be sure game/practice is stopped or moved before approaching a down athlete. B. Develops a 6-week, pre-season strength and conditioning program for the team sport of high school (15-18 y/o) soccer players [insert sport and target age group here]. [AT 355, HS 342, AT 431] CRCR LV 11/1/05 I.B Detail. List components included. Describe progression of one of the components. Components: flexibility, agility, high-intensity speed, power and so on… Agility progression: Week 1 – carioca, 5 x 20 yds; Week 2 – carioica w/ shot on goal finale; and so on… C. Using the above (IB) strength and conditioning program, demonstrate the ability to instruct an individual in the execution of 5 of the exercises. [Note: This is an excellent opportunity to use the educational TAs. Sophomores make good models.] [AT 355, AT 431, HS 342] CRCR LV 11/1/05 IC Detail. List the exercises: Exercises instructed: squat, lunge, IT band stretch…

4 Sara Brown Mark Laursen Kenny C Lam Sharon Sharpe ACADEMIA RULES

5 PERD ROCKS Jenn Chadburn Stephanie McNamara Sarah Sparrow

6 ATHLETICS ROLLS Deb Scannell Maria Hutsick Larry Venis Lisa Murray Matt White Chad Fisher Kate MitchellBrett Phelan Scot Spak

7 If you had a Vanity License Plate what would it say? (What does that say about you?)

8 SENIORS 13

9 GOOD BYE and GOOD LUCK SENIORS Tara Hodge Jacquie Gaspard Alissa Parish Anthony Benyarko Michelle Goodrich Luke Ross Jess Martinez Brenna Rutherford Dave Getsoff Sandy Soin Dave Merson Jess Barsotti Itoro Victor

10 JUNIORS 15 1

11 JUNIORS LEAD Pam Liceralde Erin Cubick Janine Ferro Meredith Madden Lesley-Anne King Cailee Welch Chris Kuenze Alan Needle Sophia Chan Brandon Mitchell Matt Bain Mariel Yakuboff Megan McElfresh Kevin Zakielarz Adrian Hoquee

12 SOPHOMORES

13 SOPHOMORES STEP UP Christina Quan Christine Lee Allison Moyes Jenae McCluskey Veronica Aragon Shanelle County Lauren McGlone Christine Ferrara Abigail Wirtz Kellianne Chong Cameron Vigliotti Jessica Flanagan Elizabeth Laird Jamie Phelps Andrea Rosmann Maggie Catlin Nathaniel Gorbet

14 FRESHMEN

15 SPARKY I’m outgoing and doesn’t take much to spark my interest! Patricia Alvarez Vieira Da Fonseca

16 Sara Bhupathi

17 Maryellen Buck

18 RCH4SKY I push my limits and reach for the sky to accomplish my goals and tasks Kristina Califano

19 NY RUNR I’m from NY and on the cross country / track team Samantha Campbell

20 Melissa Carr

21 Adam Churey

22 Tyler Cram

23 Caroline Darsney

24 Catherine Doyle

25 Michael Errante

26 CARPEDAY A play on “carpe diem” or seize the day. Michael Foley

27 UM1AND10 I’m a football fanatic, especially U Michigan University of Michigan 1 st and 10 Marissa Fountain-Nelson

28 JST SMILE A smile helps your mood / attitude Marissa Frischer

29 Michelle Gajdowski

30 TURBOTC I have a Scion tC I installed an aftermarket turbocharger. Cars are one of my passions and the license plate shows this. Brendan Gallagher

31 DRM BIG To encourage everyone to really think about what they want from their life and to pursue it wholeheartedly Stasia Geiss

32 PURBRED Brian Goldenberg

33 Megan Gonzalez

34 CRAFT23 I enjoy crafts so much I created a “craft corner” in my room It shows my creative side. 23 was my basketball number which was a big part of my life Caitlin Grabowski

35 Steve Ha

36 BRGRKNG When little, friends and I would spend our half-days at a local BK parking lot Christopher Ilacqua

37 Dennis Kim

38 Carolyn Kirkup

39 Kevin Krughoff

40 U NEEK Explains my personality I am original and nobody else is like me. Kristen Lally

41 GT8AH “Go Take A Hike" I love being outdoors I've gone hiking with my family for as long as I can remember Jessica Liberty

42 Joseph Martinez

43 FASTRNU Sonja Moik

44 Jacqueline Pan

45 PIC It’s my nickname Andrea Picariello

46 SABRES My favorite hockey team. Ryan Platner

47 GUITAR7 Playing guitar is how I express myself. The number 7 was always my number when I played soccer that was a big part of my life. Ryan Pottorf

48 Alexis Quigg

49 ALLSPRT A reference to my habit of doing many sports AT is a way to support the addiction. Andrew Roth

50 GOOFBL I am definitely a goof ball. I love to have fun with my friends I’m always sarcastic I’m outgoing and try to find the best in every situation. Matthew Shaw

51 BORICUA Proud of my Puerto Rican heritage Christopher Stackpole

52 LOLATME I'm biggest klutz People enjoy laughing at me I'm somewhat booksmart but not very street smart. Amy Tible

53 LT3 A three sport high school My number has been 3 since softball when I was 8 Proud of my accomplishments as athlete and student Lauren Tyler

54 HITMEPLZ I really don't like my car if someone hit me I could collect the insurance money And get a new one Thomas Van Ornum

55 Jamie Whitefleet-Smith

56 Emma Wilcox

57 Jade Zalewski

58 FRESHMEN FUN BEGINS Kevin ChrisAmy PatriciaSaraMaryellenKristinaSamanthaMelissaAdamTylerCarolineCatherine Michael Marissa MichelleBrendan StasiaBrianMeganCaitlinSteveChristopher DennisCarolyn KristenJessicaJoseph SonjaJacquelineAndreaRyan AndrewMatthewLaurenThomas Jamie JadeEmma

59 Secrets For Your Success 1.Never wear maroon and gold together. 2.Ask Jenn if she misses the Armory. 3.Never borrow Scot’s hair gel. 4.Never ask Chad his handicap. 5.Ignore Matt if he starts talking about hockey. 6.Learn why Sarah was hired, fired then rehired all in one day. 7.Never ask Lisa if she likes being the Drug Testing Czarina. 8.Always ask Larry if he wants lunch. 9.Never get Maria a Diet Coke. 10.Never rub Mark’s head for luck.

60 Secrets For Your Success Never EVER ALWAYS USE “ATHLETIC TRAINER” let Sara or anyone else hear you say “trainer.” (That’s 3 EVER’s)

61 BŪSHŪCHALLENGE THINK…

62 March is National Athletic Training Month

63 THE END!


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