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1 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association 2013 Tim Kerin Memorial Awards Reception and SEATA Hall of Fame Induction Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association

2 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Honors & Awards 2013 SEATA & NATA Recipients 2013 SEATA & NATA Recipients SEATA Award Recipients by Award SEATA Award Recipients by Award NATA Award Recipients by Award NATA Award Recipients by Award 2007 SEATA Hall of Fame 2007 SEATA Hall of Fame 2008 SEATA Hall of Fame 2008 SEATA Hall of Fame 2009 SEATA Hall of Fame 2009 SEATA Hall of Fame 2010 SEATA Hall of Fame 2010 SEATA Hall of Fame 2011 SEATA Hall of Fame 2011 SEATA Hall of Fame 2012 SEATA Hall of Fame 2012 SEATA Hall of Fame

3 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame NATA 2013 Award Recipients NATA Hall of Fame Ron CoursonRon Courson R.T. FloydR.T. Floyd Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association

4 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame NATA 2013 Award Recipients NATA Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Jennifer HootmanJennifer Hootman Carl MattacolaCarl Mattacola Timothy UhlTimothy Uhl Athletic Training Service Award Richard FrazeeRichard Frazee Robert HammonsRobert Hammons Patricia TrippPatricia Tripp NATA Fellow MaryBeth HorodyskiMaryBeth Horodyski Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association

5 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame NATA 2013 Award Recipients NATA Fellow Bill HolcombBill Holcomb NATA 50 Year Award Chris Patrick, Jr.Chris Patrick, Jr. Leo HamelLeo Hamel Roger LongRoger Long Steve MooreSteve Moore Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association

6 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame NATA Award Recipients NATA 50 Year Award 2012 Anthony Jonaitis, Jr., AT Ret.2012 Anthony Jonaitis, Jr., AT Ret Chester Przylucki, AT Ret.2012 Chester Przylucki, AT Ret Robert Lundy, ATC2011 Robert Lundy, ATC 2010 Lindsy McLean, AT Ret.2010 Lindsy McLean, AT Ret Jerry Rhea, AT Ret.2008 Jerry Rhea, AT Ret Earnest Harrington, AT Ret.2006 Earnest Harrington, AT Ret Henry "Buck" Andel, AT Ret.2005 Henry "Buck" Andel, AT Ret Eugene Harvey, AT Ret.2005 Eugene Harvey, AT Ret Kenny Howard, AT Ret.2005 Kenny Howard, AT Ret Richard Morsch, AT Ret.2005 Richard Morsch, AT Ret Carl Williams, ATC2005 Carl Williams, ATC Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association

7 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame NATA 2013 Award Recipients NATA 25 Year Award Monroe Abram, MEd, ATCMonroe Abram, MEd, ATC Christine Knight Adams, ATC, CPT, LMTChristine Knight Adams, ATC, CPT, LMT Jon Adams, PA-C, ATCJon Adams, PA-C, ATC Robert Algee, ATCRobert Algee, ATC Rebecca J. Badach, MS, ATC, PA-CRebecca J. Badach, MS, ATC, PA-C Lisa Marie Bower, ATCLisa Marie Bower, ATC Elvis Brandon, MESS, ATC, PTAElvis Brandon, MESS, ATC, PTA Christopher D. Brannan, ATCChristopher D. Brannan, ATC Mark Buck, ATC, EMT-IVMark Buck, ATC, EMT-IV Charles E. Bunton, Jr., MA, ATC, LATCharles E. Bunton, Jr., MA, ATC, LAT Timothy Butterfield, PhD, ATCTimothy Butterfield, PhD, ATC Arthur J. Collier, ATC, LATArthur J. Collier, ATC, LAT Jeffrey Curley, MA, ATCJeffrey Curley, MA, ATC Dianna Davis Peyton, PT, ATC, DPTDianna Davis Peyton, PT, ATC, DPT Jon Dieckman, ATC, CSCSJon Dieckman, ATC, CSCS Michael Dougherty, ATCMichael Dougherty, ATC Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Anne M. Felts, ATC, LATAnne M. Felts, ATC, LAT Eric D. Frederick, MS, ATCEric D. Frederick, MS, ATC Robert Hammons, ATC, LATRobert Hammons, ATC, LAT Lance H. Harper, ATCLance H. Harper, ATC Ronald Harper, EdD, ATCRonald Harper, EdD, ATC Joseph Harris, MA, ATC, PTJoseph Harris, MA, ATC, PT Gerald Holloway, ATCGerald Holloway, ATC Craig Huff, ATCCraig Huff, ATC Bryan S. Johnson, ATC, LATBryan S. Johnson, ATC, LAT Joni Johnson, ATCJoni Johnson, ATC Charles G. Ketcham, ATC, LATCharles G. Ketcham, ATC, LAT Stefanie K. Kindt, MS, ATCStefanie K. Kindt, MS, ATC Chris King, ATCChris King, ATC Ginger Kurmann, ATC, PT, MDTGinger Kurmann, ATC, PT, MDT Debbie A. Lee, MEd, ATC, LATDebbie A. Lee, MEd, ATC, LAT Rodney Lich, ATC, LATRodney Lich, ATC, LAT

8 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame NATA 2013 Award Recipients NATA 25 Year Award Mollie Malone, MEd, ATCMollie Malone, MEd, ATC Daryl Mullholand, ATCDaryl Mullholand, ATC Bridget A. Muniz, MS, ATC, LATBridget A. Muniz, MS, ATC, LAT David Myers, DPT, ATC, PT, OCSDavid Myers, DPT, ATC, PT, OCS Eric R. Oliver, MPH, ATCEric R. Oliver, MPH, ATC Allan E. Overby, MS, ATC, LATAllan E. Overby, MS, ATC, LAT Eugene W. Patterson, MEd, ATC, LATEugene W. Patterson, MEd, ATC, LAT Scottie Patton, MA, ATCScottie Patton, MA, ATC Robert Poole, DPT, ATC, PTRobert Poole, DPT, ATC, PT Darin Pranzoni, ATC, PTDarin Pranzoni, ATC, PT Kerri Johnson Seiler, MPT, ATCKerri Johnson Seiler, MPT, ATC Michael Shew, AT RetMichael Shew, AT Ret Margaret Stockham, ATCMargaret Stockham, ATC Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Eric Swannie, MA, ATC, CSCSEric Swannie, MA, ATC, CSCS Robert Templin, II, MS, ATCRobert Templin, II, MS, ATC Kathryn Tosone, ATCKathryn Tosone, ATC Lanning Tucker, MSS, ATCLanning Tucker, MSS, ATC Larry R. Ullery, MS, ATCLarry R. Ullery, MS, ATC Stephan M. Walz, M.A., ATC, LATStephan M. Walz, M.A., ATC, LAT Jane Williams, ATCJane Williams, ATC Paul S. Williamson, ATCPaul S. Williamson, ATC Richard Woods, ATC, LATRichard Woods, ATC, LAT David Zenobi, ATCDavid Zenobi, ATC Steven Zinder, PhD, ATCSteven Zinder, PhD, ATC Gregory M. Zuest, PhD, ATC, CSCSGregory M. Zuest, PhD, ATC, CSCS

9 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame SEATA 2013 Scholarship Recipients SEATA Undergraduate Scholarships SEATA Memorial Undergraduate ScholarshipSEATA Memorial Undergraduate Scholarship –Andrew Brubaker (Eastern Kentucky University) Jerry Rhea/Atlanta Falcons Undergraduate Scholarship AwardJerry Rhea/Atlanta Falcons Undergraduate Scholarship Award –Amanda Hotop (North Georgia College and State University) Jim Gallaspy Student Leadership Scholarship)Jim Gallaspy Student Leadership Scholarship) –Rachel Gregory (University of Miami) Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association

10 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame SEATA 2013 Scholarship Recipients SEATA Graduate Scholarships SEATA Memorial Graduate ScholarshipSEATA Memorial Graduate Scholarship –Lyndsey Ingram (Georgia Southern University) Jerry Rhea/Atlanta Falcons Graduate ScholarshipJerry Rhea/Atlanta Falcons Graduate Scholarship –Anna Porter (University of Kentucky) Hughston Sports Medicine Foundation ScholarshipHughston Sports Medicine Foundation Scholarship –Erin Harrelson (Florida International University) SEATA Family Scholarships –Kendra Wright (University of Mississippi) (SEATA Member – Ken Wright) Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association

11 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame SEATA 2013 Award Recipients Executive Board Service Appreciation Eric FuchsEric Fuchs Jeff HoppJeff Hopp Donna WesleyDonna Wesley Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association

12 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame SEATA 2013 Award Recipients Chuck Kimmel Award of Merit Michael Wilkinson, ATCMichael Wilkinson, ATC Jack C. Hughston, M.D. Sportsmedicine Person of the Year Robert K. Collins, M.D.Robert K. Collins, M.D. District Award Tom Bair ATCTom Bair ATC Backbone Award Vanessa Abrams, ATCVanessa Abrams, ATC High School Athletic Trainer Award Scott Arceneaux, ATCScott Arceneaux, ATC Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association

13 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame SEATA 2013 Award Recipients College/University Athletic Trainer Award Phil Shaw, ATCPhil Shaw, ATC Clinical/Industrial/Corporate Athletic Trainer Award Regg Swanson, ATCRegg Swanson, ATC Professional Athletic Trainer Award Donald Moseley, ATCDonald Moseley, ATC High School Athletic Trainer Award Scott Arceneaux, ATCScott Arceneaux, ATC Education and Administration Award Marisa Colston, PhD, ATCMarisa Colston, PhD, ATC Sponsors Award Crandall Woodson & Darron Brightwell, Bledsoe BraceCrandall Woodson & Darron Brightwell, Bledsoe Brace Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association

14 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame SEATA Award Recipients Chuck Kimmel Award of Merit 2013 Michael Wilkinson, ATC2013 Michael Wilkinson, ATC 2011 Ray Castle, PhD, ATC2011 Ray Castle, PhD, ATC 2010 Ron Courson, ATC, PT, NREMT-I,2010 Ron Courson, ATC, PT, NREMT-I, CSCS CSCS 2009 Bill McDonald, ATC2009 Bill McDonald, ATC 2008 Al Green, ATC, EMT2008 Al Green, ATC, EMT 2007 Keith Webster, ATC2007 Keith Webster, ATC 2006 MaryBeth Hordyski, EdD, ATC2006 MaryBeth Hordyski, EdD, ATC 2005 Chuck Kimmel, ATC2005 Chuck Kimmel, ATC 2004 David Green, ATC2004 David Green, ATC 2003 Frank Grimaldi, ATC2003 Frank Grimaldi, ATC 2002 Leroy Mullins, ATC2002 Leroy Mullins, ATC 2001 R.T. Floyd, EdD, ATC2001 R.T. Floyd, EdD, ATC 2000 Steve Moore, ATC2000 Steve Moore, ATC Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association 1999 Sue Stanley-Green, ATC1999 Sue Stanley-Green, ATC 1998 Jay Shoop, ATC1998 Jay Shoop, ATC 1997 Jim Gallaspy, ATC1997 Jim Gallaspy, ATC 1996 Eva Clifton, ATC1996 Eva Clifton, ATC 1995 Warren Morris, ATC1995 Warren Morris, ATC 1994 Jerry Robertson, ATC1994 Jerry Robertson, ATC 1993 Jack Redgren, ATC1993 Jack Redgren, ATC 1992 Dean Kleinschmidt, ATC1992 Dean Kleinschmidt, ATC 1991 Tim Kerin, ATC1991 Tim Kerin, ATC 1990 Doug May, ATC1990 Doug May, ATC 1989 Chris Patrick, ATC1989 Chris Patrick, ATC 1988 Jerry Rhea, ATC1988 Jerry Rhea, ATC 1987 Bobby Barton, ATC1987 Bobby Barton, ATC

15 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame SEATA Award Recipients Jack C. Hughston, M.D. Sportsmedicine Person of the Year 2013 Robert K. Collins, M.D.2013 Robert K. Collins, M.D Doug Rouse, M.D.2012 Doug Rouse, M.D Felix “Buddy” Savoie, M.D.2011 Felix “Buddy” Savoie, M.D William G. Clancy, Jr., M.D.2010 William G. Clancy, Jr., M.D Gene Barrett, M.D.2009 Gene Barrett, M.D Michael T. Casey, M.D.2008 Michael T. Casey, M.D Michael Brunet, M.D.2007 Michael Brunet, M.D J.W. Thomas Byrd, M.D.2006 J.W. Thomas Byrd, M.D William Mulherin, M.D.2005 William Mulherin, M.D Letha Yurko “Etty” Griffin, M.D., Ph.D.2004 Letha Yurko “Etty” Griffin, M.D., Ph.D James Whiteside, M.D.2003 James Whiteside, M.D Ed Fields, M.D.2002 Ed Fields, M.D Mark Cullen, M.D.2001 Mark Cullen, M.D Bobby Gaston2000 Bobby Gaston Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association 1999 Skeeter Schuessler1999 Skeeter Schuessler 1998 Glenn Terry, M.D.1998 Glenn Terry, M.D Mary Lloyd Ireland, M.D.1997 Mary Lloyd Ireland, M.D Grace and George Watson1996 Grace and George Watson 1995 Von Neida1995 Von Neida 1994 Moose Detty, ATC and family1994 Moose Detty, ATC and family 1993 Robert Rubright, M.D.1993 Robert Rubright, M.D Rudy Ellis, M.D.1992 Rudy Ellis, M.D Wayne Watson1991 Wayne Watson 1990 James R. Andrews, M.D.1990 James R. Andrews, M.D Jack Hughston, M.D.1989 Jack Hughston, M.D John Longest, M.D.1988 John Longest, M.D.

16 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame SEATA Award Recipients District Award 2013 Tom Bair, ATC2013 Tom Bair, ATC 2010 Donna Wesley, MS, ATC2010 Donna Wesley, MS, ATC 2009 Mike Wilkinson, ATC2009 Mike Wilkinson, ATC 2008 Marisa Brunett, MS, ATC, LAT2008 Marisa Brunett, MS, ATC, LAT 2007 Gary Wilkerson, EdD, ATC2007 Gary Wilkerson, EdD, ATC 2006 Jim Mackie, ATC2006 Jim Mackie, ATC 2005 Ray Castle, PhD, ATC2005 Ray Castle, PhD, ATC 2004 Janet Passman, ATC2004 Janet Passman, ATC 2003 John Anderson, ATC2003 John Anderson, ATC 2002 MaryBeth Horodyski, EdD, ATC2002 MaryBeth Horodyski, EdD, ATC 2001 J.C. Anderson, ATC2001 J.C. Anderson, ATC 2000 Nick Pappas, ATC2000 Nick Pappas, ATC Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association 1999 Bob Goodwin, ATC1999 Bob Goodwin, ATC 1998 Gary Harrelson, ATC1998 Gary Harrelson, ATC 1997 Chris Gillespie, ATC1997 Chris Gillespie, ATC 1996 Keith Webster, ATC1996 Keith Webster, ATC 1995 Sherry Kimbro, ATC1995 Sherry Kimbro, ATC 1994 Jim Gallaspy, ATC1994 Jim Gallaspy, ATC 1993 Tom Simmons, ATC1993 Tom Simmons, ATC 1992 Ron Courson, ATC1992 Ron Courson, ATC 1991 Sherry Sutton, ATC1991 Sherry Sutton, ATC 1990 R.T. Floyd, ATC1990 R.T. Floyd, ATC 1989 David Green, ATC1989 David Green, ATC 1988 Chuck Kimmel, ATC1988 Chuck Kimmel, ATC

17 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame SEATA Award Recipients Backbone Award 2013 Vanessa Abrams, ATC2013 Vanessa Abrams, ATC 2012 Lori Moss, ATC2012 Lori Moss, ATC 2011 Melissa Thompson, PhD, ATC2011 Melissa Thompson, PhD, ATC 2010 James Masters, ATC2010 James Masters, ATC 2009 Gary Beatty, ATC2009 Gary Beatty, ATC 2008 Shaun Duhe, ATC2008 Shaun Duhe, ATC 2007 Andy Grubbs, ATC2007 Andy Grubbs, ATC 2006 Barbara Naquin, ATC2006 Barbara Naquin, ATC 2005 Steve Bryant, ATC2005 Steve Bryant, ATC 2004 Laura Klink, ATC2004 Laura Klink, ATC 2003 Gene Patterson, ATC2003 Gene Patterson, ATC 2002 John Morr, ATC2002 John Morr, ATC 2001 Kurt Behrhorst, ATC2001 Kurt Behrhorst, ATC 2000 Andy Barker, ATC2000 Andy Barker, ATC Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association 1999 Jeff Allen, ATC1999 Jeff Allen, ATC 1998 Mike Dillon, ATC1998 Mike Dillon, ATC 1997 Arnold Gamber, ATC1997 Arnold Gamber, ATC 1996 Joni Johnson, ATC1996 Joni Johnson, ATC 1995 Randy McGuire, ATC1995 Randy McGuire, ATC 1994 Ed Harris, ATC1994 Ed Harris, ATC 1993 Sherry Semenick, ATC1993 Sherry Semenick, ATC 1992 Rick Baker, ATC1992 Rick Baker, ATC 1992 Crandall Woodson, ATC1992 Crandall Woodson, ATC 1991 Kevin Mangum, ATC1991 Kevin Mangum, ATC 1990 Mike Rollo, ATC1990 Mike Rollo, ATC 1989 Sue Stanley, ATC1989 Sue Stanley, ATC 1988 Billy Brooks, ATC1988 Billy Brooks, ATC 1987 Jim Mackie, ATC1987 Jim Mackie, ATC

18 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame SEATA Award Recipients Sponsors Award 2013 Crandall Woodson & Darron Brightwell, Bledsoe Brace 2010 Mueller Sports Medicine 2009 Bill & Christine Bertrand, CSM Canvas 2008 Dr. Robert Cade 2007 Sonny Allen, Adams USA 2006 Neal Fink 2005 Mississippi Sports Medicine & Orthopedic Center 2004 John Miller & Tom Rokovitz 2003 Gerry Detty 2002 Ken Young 2001 Don Courson Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association

19 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame SEATA Award Recipients Clinical/Industrial/Corporate Athletic Trainer Award 2013 Regg Swanson, ATC2013 Regg Swanson, ATC 2012 Kevin Cefali, ATC2012 Kevin Cefali, ATC 2010 Michael Williamson, ATC, PT2010 Michael Williamson, ATC, PT 2009 Forrest Pecha, ATC2009 Forrest Pecha, ATC 2008 Mary K. Kirkland, MS, ATC, LAT2008 Mary K. Kirkland, MS, ATC, LAT 2007 Tom Bair, ATC2007 Tom Bair, ATC 2006 Scott Cochran, ATC2006 Scott Cochran, ATC 2005 Scott Byrd, ATC2005 Scott Byrd, ATC 2004 Don Teahan, ATC2004 Don Teahan, ATC 2003 Chad Barker, ATC2003 Chad Barker, ATC 2002 Bruce Getz, ATC2002 Bruce Getz, ATC 2001 Debbie Morris, ATC2001 Debbie Morris, ATC 2000 Tom Steltenkamp, ATC2000 Tom Steltenkamp, ATC 1999 Drew Ferguson, ATC1999 Drew Ferguson, ATC Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association

20 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame SEATA Award Recipients Professional Athletic Trainer Award 2013 Donald Moseley, ATC2013 Donald Moseley, ATC 2009 Jeff Porter, ATC2009 Jeff Porter, ATC 2008 Mike Ryan, ATC, PT, PES2008 Mike Ryan, ATC, PT, PES 2007 New Orleans Saints Athletic Training Staff2007 New Orleans Saints Athletic Training Staff 2006 Craig Brewer, ATC2006 Craig Brewer, ATC 2005 Wally Blase, ATC2005 Wally Blase, ATC 2004 John Burrell, ATC2004 John Burrell, ATC 2003 Todd Toracelli, ATC2003 Todd Toracelli, ATC 2002 Brad Brown, ATC2002 Brad Brown, ATC 2001 Dave Pursley, ATC2001 Dave Pursley, ATC 2000 Ron Medlin, ATC2000 Ron Medlin, ATC 1999 Larry Starr, ATC1999 Larry Starr, ATC Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association

21 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame SEATA Award Recipients College/University Athletic Trainer Award 2013 Phil Shaw, ATC2013 Phil Shaw, ATC 2012 Gerald Jordan, ATC2012 Gerald Jordan, ATC 2011 Jack Marucci, MA, ATC & LSU Athletic Training Staff2011 Jack Marucci, MA, ATC & LSU Athletic Training Staff 2010 Cary Lynn Berthelot, MA, ATC2010 Cary Lynn Berthelot, MA, ATC 2009 Jim Murphy, ATC, PT2009 Jim Murphy, ATC, PT 2008 David "Duke" Werner, ATC2008 David "Duke" Werner, ATC 2007 University of Florida Athletic Training Staff2007 University of Florida Athletic Training Staff 2006 Brian Anderson, ATC2006 Brian Anderson, ATC 2005 Bob Goodwin, ATC2005 Bob Goodwin, ATC 2004 Ed Evans, ATC2004 Ed Evans, ATC 2003 Rodney Brown, ATC2003 Rodney Brown, ATC 2002 Ron Courson, ATC2002 Ron Courson, ATC 2001 Sherry Kimbro, ATC2001 Sherry Kimbro, ATC 2000 Alan Lollar, ATC2000 Alan Lollar, ATC 1999 Jerry May, ATC1999 Jerry May, ATC Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association

22 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame SEATA Award Recipients High School Athletic Trainer Award 2013 Scott Arceneaux, ATC2013 Scott Arceneaux, ATC 2012 Kevin Mauldin, ATC2012 Kevin Mauldin, ATC 2011 Chris King, ATC2011 Chris King, ATC 2010 William R. Cubbage, ATC2010 William R. Cubbage, ATC 2009 Jeff Bryant, ATC2009 Jeff Bryant, ATC 2008 Sarah Williams, ATC2008 Sarah Williams, ATC 2007 Scott Byrd, ATC2007 Scott Byrd, ATC 2006 Jake Jordan, ATC2006 Jake Jordan, ATC 2005 Chris Snoddy, ATC2005 Chris Snoddy, ATC 2004 Brandon Sheppard, ATC2004 Brandon Sheppard, ATC 2003 Paul Good, ATC2003 Paul Good, ATC Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association 2002 Greg Pendley, ATC2002 Greg Pendley, ATC 2001 Stephanie Lennon, ATC2001 Stephanie Lennon, ATC 2000 Rick Baker, ATC2000 Rick Baker, ATC 1999 Kelli Sabiston, ATC1999 Kelli Sabiston, ATC 1998 Therese Sparn, ATC1998 Therese Sparn, ATC 1997 Dean Geary, ATC1997 Dean Geary, ATC 1996 Lloyd Knott, ATC1996 Lloyd Knott, ATC 1995 Kevin Mathews, ATC1995 Kevin Mathews, ATC 1994 Janet Passman, ATC1994 Janet Passman, ATC 1993 David Bayes, ATC1993 David Bayes, ATC 1992 Wayne Kendrick, ATC1992 Wayne Kendrick, ATC

23 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame SEATA Award Recipients Education and Administration Award 2013 Marisa Colston, PhD, AT2013 Marisa Colston, PhD, AT 2012 Amanda Benson, PhD, ATC, LAT2012 Amanda Benson, PhD, ATC, LAT 2011 Carl Mattacola, PhD, ATC, FNATA & Tim Uhl, PhD, ATC, PT, FNATA2011 Carl Mattacola, PhD, ATC, FNATA & Tim Uhl, PhD, ATC, PT, FNATA 2010 Jeff Konin, PhD, ATC, PT2010 Jeff Konin, PhD, ATC, PT 2009 Ray Castle, PhD, ATC2009 Ray Castle, PhD, ATC 2008 Gerard White, MEd, ATC2008 Gerard White, MEd, ATC 2007 John Anderson, ATC2007 John Anderson, ATC 2006 Michael Ferrara, PhD, ATC2006 Michael Ferrara, PhD, ATC 2005 Brian Bogdanowicz, ATC2005 Brian Bogdanowicz, ATC 2004 Deidre Leaver-Dunn, EdD, ATC2004 Deidre Leaver-Dunn, EdD, ATC 2003 Alice Wilcoxson, ATC2003 Alice Wilcoxson, ATC 2002 Malissa Martin, ATC2002 Malissa Martin, ATC 2001 Chris Gillespie, ATC2001 Chris Gillespie, ATC Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association

24 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame NATA Hall of Fame 1962 Mike Chambers 1962 Tad Gormley 1962 Thomas F. Lutz 1962 Frank Mann 1962 Claude Simons, Sr Frank Wandle 1964 Mickey O’Brien 1966 Charles E. Harper 1967 Werner J. Luchsinger 1969 Wesley I. Knight 1970 Samuel R. Lankford 1976 M. Kenneth Howard 1978 Martin J. Broussard 1978 Earl J. Porche 1981 Donald James Fauls 1981 Warren G. Morris 1984 Jim Goosetree 1984 Joe Worden 1985 Jerry Rhea 1986 Henry L. Andel 1986 Eugene Harvey 1987 Earnest L. Harrington, Sr L. Davis “Sandy” Sandlin 1988 J. Lindsy McLean 1989 Charles F. Martin 1989 J. C. Patrick, Jr Thomas “Tim” Kerin 1994 Dean L. Kleinschmidt 1996 Robert M. “Bobby” Barton

25 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame NATA Hall of Fame 1999 James Douglas “Doug” May 2000 James B. Gallaspy, Jr John “Jack” Redgren 2004 Albert “Al” Green 2004 Sue Stanley-Green 2004 William H. “Bill” McDonald 2008 Dave Pursley 2009 Mike Ferrara 2010 Frank Walters 2010 Keith Webster 2011 Chuck Kimmel 2011 Jerry Robertson 2011 Larry Starr 2011 Roy Don Wilson 2012 Chris Gillespie 2012 Nicolas A. Pappas 2012 Jay Shoop

26 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame NATA Award Recipients Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award 2012 Micki Cuppett2012 Micki Cuppett 2012 Chris Snoddy2012 Chris Snoddy 2011 Marisa Brunett, MS, ATC, LAT2011 Marisa Brunett, MS, ATC, LAT 2011 Wayne Kendrick, MA, ATC2011 Wayne Kendrick, MA, ATC 2011 Doug Kleiner, PhD, ATC, FNATA2011 Doug Kleiner, PhD, ATC, FNATA 2011 Jeff Konin, PhD, ATC, PT, FACSM, FNATA2011 Jeff Konin, PhD, ATC, PT, FACSM, FNATA 2009 George Davies, DPT, ATC, SCS2009 George Davies, DPT, ATC, SCS 2009 Mary K. Kirkland, MS, ATC, CSCS2009 Mary K. Kirkland, MS, ATC, CSCS 2008 Turner A. "Tab" Blackburn, Jr., MEd, ATC, PT2008 Turner A. "Tab" Blackburn, Jr., MEd, ATC, PT 2007 Stephanie Lennon, MS, ATC, NBCT2007 Stephanie Lennon, MS, ATC, NBCT 2007 Kathleen Stroia, ATC, PT2007 Kathleen Stroia, ATC, PT 2007 Gary Wilkerson, EdD, ATC2007 Gary Wilkerson, EdD, ATC 2006 John Anderson, MEd, ATC2006 John Anderson, MEd, ATC 2006 Chris Gillespie, MEd, ATC2006 Chris Gillespie, MEd, ATC 2006 Paul Newman, MS, ATC2006 Paul Newman, MS, ATC 2006 Larry Starr, MEd, ATC, CSCS2006 Larry Starr, MEd, ATC, CSCS 2006 Kenneth Wright, DA, ATC2006 Kenneth Wright, DA, ATC 2005 Ronald Courson2005 Ronald Courson 2004 MaryBeth Horodyski2004 MaryBeth Horodyski 2004 James Mackie2004 James Mackie 2004 David Pursley2004 David Pursley Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association 2004 Jay Shoop2004 Jay Shoop 2004 Keith Webster2004 Keith Webster 2003 Michael Ferrara2003 Michael Ferrara 2003 R. T. Floyd2003 R. T. Floyd 2003 David Green2003 David Green 2002 Chuck Kimmel, Jr.2002 Chuck Kimmel, Jr Robert M. Nevil2002 Robert M. Nevil 2002 Carl L. Williams, Jr.2002 Carl L. Williams, Jr Albert Green2001 Albert Green 2001 Sue Stanley-Green2001 Sue Stanley-Green 2000 Frank Grimaldi2000 Frank Grimaldi 2000 William H. McDonald2000 William H. McDonald 2000 Jack A. Redgren2000 Jack A. Redgren 1999 Charles S. Yates1999 Charles S. Yates 1998 Gary Hazelrigg1998 Gary Hazelrigg 1997 Jerry Robertson1997 Jerry Robertson 1996 Joseph W. O’Toole1996 Joseph W. O’Toole 1995 James B. Gallaspy1995 James B. Gallaspy 1995 Donald D. Lowe1995 Donald D. Lowe 1995 James Douglas May1995 James Douglas May 1994 C. Leroy Mullins, Jr.1994 C. Leroy Mullins, Jr.

27 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame NATA Award Recipients Athletic Trainer Service Award 2011 Jeff Bryant, MS, ATC, LAT2011 Jeff Bryant, MS, ATC, LAT 2011 Donna Wesley, MS, ATC, LAT2011 Donna Wesley, MS, ATC, LAT 2010 Marisa Colston, PhD, ATC2010 Marisa Colston, PhD, ATC 2009 Helen M. Binkley, PhD, ATC, CSCS2009 Helen M. Binkley, PhD, ATC, CSCS 2008 Joe Beckett, EdD, ATC2008 Joe Beckett, EdD, ATC 2008 Jeff Konin, PhD, ATC, PT2008 Jeff Konin, PhD, ATC, PT 2008 Carl Mattacola, PhD, ATC2008 Carl Mattacola, PhD, ATC 2008 Brad Montgomery, MAT, ATC2008 Brad Montgomery, MAT, ATC 2008 Mike Wilkinson, MS, ATC2008 Mike Wilkinson, MS, ATC 2007 Ray Castle, PhD, ATC2007 Ray Castle, PhD, ATC 2007 Nancy Cummings, EdD, ATC, CSCS2007 Nancy Cummings, EdD, ATC, CSCS 2007 Micki Cuppett, EdD, ATC2007 Micki Cuppett, EdD, ATC 2007 Trish Bare Grounds, ABD, ATC, LAT2007 Trish Bare Grounds, ABD, ATC, LAT 2007 Christine Stopka, PhD, ATC2007 Christine Stopka, PhD, ATC 2007 Mary Walker, MS, ATC2007 Mary Walker, MS, ATC 2006 Earl “Bud” Cooper, EdD, ATC, CSCS2006 Earl “Bud” Cooper, EdD, ATC, CSCS 2006 Joseph Erdeljac, MS, ATC2006 Joseph Erdeljac, MS, ATC Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association 2006 Ed Harris, ATC2006 Ed Harris, ATC 2006 Paul Higgs, ATC2006 Paul Higgs, ATC 2006 Sherry Kimbro, ATC2006 Sherry Kimbro, ATC 2006 Paul Newman, MS, ATC2006 Paul Newman, MS, ATC 2006 Chris Snoddy, ATC2006 Chris Snoddy, ATC 2006 Gerard White, MEd, ATC2006 Gerard White, MEd, ATC 2006 Gary Wilkerson, EdD, ATC2006 Gary Wilkerson, EdD, ATC 2005 Thomas L. Bair2005 Thomas L. Bair 2005 Ronald Harper2005 Ronald Harper 2005 Janet L. Passman2005 Janet L. Passman 2005 Kelli B. Sabiston2005 Kelli B. Sabiston 2005 John Zubal2005 John Zubal 2004 Christina Farley2004 Christina Farley 2004 Donald Teahan2004 Donald Teahan 2003 Diane King2003 Diane King 2003 Doug Kleiner2003 Doug Kleiner

28 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame NATA Award Recipients Athletic Trainer Service Award 2002 Marissa Brunett2002 Marissa Brunett 2002 Mary K. Kirkland2002 Mary K. Kirkland 2002 Stephanie A. Lennon2002 Stephanie A. Lennon 2002 Therese E. Sparn2002 Therese E. Sparn 2001 Chris A Gillespie2001 Chris A Gillespie 2001 Wayne M. Kendrick2001 Wayne M. Kendrick 2000 Barry W. Deuel2000 Barry W. Deuel 2000 L. Timothy McLane2000 L. Timothy McLane 2000 MaryBeth Horodyski2000 MaryBeth Horodyski 1999 Mayfield B. Armstrong1999 Mayfield B. Armstrong 1999 Robert A. Ferguson1999 Robert A. Ferguson 1999 Robert M. Nevil1999 Robert M. Nevil 1998 Edwin D. Cantler1998 Edwin D. Cantler 1998 Malissa Martin1998 Malissa Martin 1998 William R. Whitehill1998 William R. Whitehill 1997 David L. Adams1997 David L. Adams Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association 1997 John H. Anderson1997 John H. Anderson 1997 David J. Giardina1997 David J. Giardina 1997 Steve Glickman1997 Steve Glickman 1997 Gwen Hoffman1997 Gwen Hoffman 1997 Charles W. Kimmel, Jr.1997 Charles W. Kimmel, Jr James H. Mackie1997 James H. Mackie 1997 Jerry May1997 Jerry May 1997 Randal E. Oravetz1997 Randal E. Oravetz 1997 Thomas E. Simmons1997 Thomas E. Simmons 1996 R. T. Floyd1996 R. T. Floyd 1996 David T. Green1996 David T. Green 1996 Frank Grimaldi1996 Frank Grimaldi 1996 William McDonald1996 William McDonald 1996 Nicholas A. Pappas1996 Nicholas A. Pappas 1996 Jane Steinberg1996 Jane Steinberg 1996 Kenneth E. Wright1996 Kenneth E. Wright

29 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame NATA Award Recipients Tim Kerin Award 2008 Ron Culp, ATC2008 Ron Culp, ATC 2007 Lindsy McLean, ATC, PT2007 Lindsy McLean, ATC, PT 2002 Dean Kleinschmidt, ATC2002 Dean Kleinschmidt, ATC 2001 Jerry Rhea, ATC2001 Jerry Rhea, ATC 2000 Chris Patrick, ATC2000 Chris Patrick, ATC 1996 Leroy Mullins, ATC1996 Leroy Mullins, ATC Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association

30 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame NATA Award Recipients Gail Weldon Award 2012 MaryBeth Horodyski, EdD, ATC2012 MaryBeth Horodyski, EdD, ATC Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association

31 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame NATA Award Recipients Honorary Membership Award 2011 James Robert Cade, M.D.2011 James Robert Cade, M.D Skeeter Schuessler2011 Skeeter Schuessler 2010 Randy Schwartzberg, M.D.2010 Randy Schwartzberg, M.D David Leffers, M.D.2009 David Leffers, M.D Angus M. McBryde, Jr., M.D., FACS2009 Angus M. McBryde, Jr., M.D., FACS 2009 Felix “Buddy” Savoie, III, M.D.2009 Felix “Buddy” Savoie, III, M.D J.W. Thomas Byrd, M.D.2008 J.W. Thomas Byrd, M.D Mary Lloyd Ireland, M.D.2008 Mary Lloyd Ireland, M.D James “Mick” Lynch, M.D.2008 James “Mick” Lynch, M.D James A. Whiteside, M.D.2008 James A. Whiteside, M.D Scott Gillogly, M.D.2006 Scott Gillogly, M.D Darren Johnson, M.D.2005 Darren Johnson, M.D Leslie Neistadt2004 Leslie Neistadt 2002 Harlan Selesnick, M.D.2002 Harlan Selesnick, M.D Rollin Mallernee1998 Rollin Mallernee 1991 Peter A. Indelicato, M.D.1991 Peter A. Indelicato, M.D Champ Leroy Baker, Jr., M.D.1989 Champ Leroy Baker, Jr., M.D. Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association 1989 John Longest, M.D.1989 John Longest, M.D William Charles Warner, M.D.1989 William Charles Warner, M.D Michael Brunet, M.D.1988 Michael Brunet, M.D A. Brant Lipscomb, M.D.1988 A. Brant Lipscomb, M.D Robert Lee Rubright, M.D.1986 Robert Lee Rubright, M.D Gerald Thomas, O.D.1986 Gerald Thomas, O.D James VanDeusen1986 James VanDeusen 1986 William Youmans, M.D.1986 William Youmans, M.D James Andrews, M.D.1982 James Andrews, M.D Marcus Stewart, M.D.1978 Marcus Stewart, M.D Fred Allman, Jr., M.D.1973 Fred Allman, Jr., M.D Lamont Henry, M.D.1973 Lamont Henry, M.D Marion Hubert, M.D.1973 Marion Hubert, M.D Jack Hughston, M.D.1966 Jack Hughston, M.D O.B. Murphy, M.D.1965 O.B. Murphy, M.D Robert Brashear, M.D.1956 Robert Brashear, M.D.

32 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame NATA Award Recipients President’s Challenge Award 2010 William G. Clancy, Jr., M.D.2010 William G. Clancy, Jr., M.D Champ Leroy Baker, Jr., M.D.2008 Champ Leroy Baker, Jr., M.D George Davies, DPT, ATC, CSC, SCS2007 George Davies, DPT, ATC, CSC, SCS 2006 Michael Brunet, M.D.2006 Michael Brunet, M.D Letha Yurko "Etty" Griffin, M.D., PhD.2001 Letha Yurko "Etty" Griffin, M.D., PhD Mary Lloyd Ireland, M.D.1998 Mary Lloyd Ireland, M.D John Kenneth Saer, M.D.1991 John Kenneth Saer, M.D James Andrews, M.D.1985 James Andrews, M.D Robert Brashear, M.D.1984 Robert Brashear, M.D Jack Hughston, M.D.1979 Jack Hughston, M.D. Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association

33 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame NATA Award Recipients American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine Distinguished Service Athletic Trainer Award 2009 William H. "Bill" McDonald, MS, ATC2009 William H. "Bill" McDonald, MS, ATC 2006 Chris Patrick, MEd, ATC2006 Chris Patrick, MEd, ATC 2005 Kenny Howard, AT Ret.2005 Kenny Howard, AT Ret Robert Barton, DA, ATC1998 Robert Barton, DA, ATC 1991 Jerry Rhea, ATC1991 Jerry Rhea, ATC 1986 Don Fauls, ATC1986 Don Fauls, ATC 1985 Warren Morris, ATC1985 Warren Morris, ATC Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association

34 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame NATA Award Recipients American Academy of Podiatric Sports Medicine Excellence in Athletic Training Award 2004 Sue Stanley-Green, MS, ATC2004 Sue Stanley-Green, MS, ATC 2003 Ron Culp, ATC2003 Ron Culp, ATC Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association

35 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame NATA Award Recipients NATA Fellows 2011 Bryan Riemann, PhD, ATC2011 Bryan Riemann, PhD, ATC 2010 Jeff Konin, PhD, ATC, PT2010 Jeff Konin, PhD, ATC, PT 2008 Mike Ferrara, PhD, ATC2008 Mike Ferrara, PhD, ATC 2008 Jenny Hootman, PhD, ATC, FACSM2008 Jenny Hootman, PhD, ATC, FACSM 2008 Doug Kleiner, PhD, ATC, CSCS2008 Doug Kleiner, PhD, ATC, CSCS 2008 Carl Mattacola, PhD, ATC2008 Carl Mattacola, PhD, ATC 2008 Tim Uhl, PhD, ATC, PT2008 Tim Uhl, PhD, ATC, PT 2008 Gary Wilkerson, EdD, ATC2008 Gary Wilkerson, EdD, ATC Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association

36 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame NATA Award Recipients Journal of Athletic Training Award Recipients 2008 Kenneth L. Knight Award for Outstanding Research Manuscript Winner “Epidemiology of Collegiate Injuries for 15 Sports: Summary and Recommendations for Injury Prevention Initiatives” by Jennifer Hootman, PhD, ATC, FACSM, Randall Dick, MS, FACSM, and Julie Agel, MS, ATC“Epidemiology of Collegiate Injuries for 15 Sports: Summary and Recommendations for Injury Prevention Initiatives” by Jennifer Hootman, PhD, ATC, FACSM, Randall Dick, MS, FACSM, and Julie Agel, MS, ATC 2006 Clint Thompson Award for Outstanding Non-research Manuscript Second Runner-Up “Cervical Spine Functional Anatomy and the Biomechanics of Injury Due to Compressive Loading,” by Erik E. Swartz, PhD, ATC; R.T. Floyd, EdD, ATC; and Michael J. Cendoma, MS, ATC“Cervical Spine Functional Anatomy and the Biomechanics of Injury Due to Compressive Loading,” by Erik E. Swartz, PhD, ATC; R.T. Floyd, EdD, ATC; and Michael J. Cendoma, MS, ATC 2005 Clint Thompson Award for Outstanding Non-research Manuscript Winner “Evidence-Based Medicine: What is it and How Does it Apply to Athletic Training?” by Russell Steves, MEd, ATC, PT; and Jennifer Hootman, PhD, ATC, FACSM“Evidence-Based Medicine: What is it and How Does it Apply to Athletic Training?” by Russell Steves, MEd, ATC, PT; and Jennifer Hootman, PhD, ATC, FACSM 2003 Kenneth L. Knight Award for Outstanding Research Manuscript Winner “Evidence for the Factorial and Construct Validity of a Self-Report Concussion Symptoms Scale,” by Scott G. Piland, MA, ATC/L; Robert W. Motl, MS; Michael S. Ferrara, PhD, ATC; and Connie L. Peterson, MS, ATC“Evidence for the Factorial and Construct Validity of a Self-Report Concussion Symptoms Scale,” by Scott G. Piland, MA, ATC/L; Robert W. Motl, MS; Michael S. Ferrara, PhD, ATC; and Connie L. Peterson, MS, ATC 2003 Clint Thompson Award for Outstanding Non-research Manuscript Second Runner-Up “Multiculturalism and Athletic Training Education: Implications for Educational and Professional Progress,” by Paul R. Geisler, MS, ATC“Multiculturalism and Athletic Training Education: Implications for Educational and Professional Progress,” by Paul R. Geisler, MS, ATC 2001 Clint Thompson Award for Outstanding Non-research Manuscript Second Runner-Up “The Meniscus: Review of Basic Principles with Application to Surgery and Rehabilitation,” by Timothy J. Brindle, PhD, PT, ATC; John Nyland, EdD, PT SCS, ATC, CSCS; and Darren L. Johnson, MD“The Meniscus: Review of Basic Principles with Application to Surgery and Rehabilitation,” by Timothy J. Brindle, PhD, PT, ATC; John Nyland, EdD, PT SCS, ATC, CSCS; and Darren L. Johnson, MD 1999 Clint Thompson Award for Outstanding Non-research Manuscript First Runner-Up “Rehabilitation After ACL Reconstruction in the Female Athlete,” by Kevin E. Wilk, PT; Christopher Arrigo, MS, PT, ATC; James R. Andrews, MD; and William G. Clancy Jr., MD“Rehabilitation After ACL Reconstruction in the Female Athlete,” by Kevin E. Wilk, PT; Christopher Arrigo, MS, PT, ATC; James R. Andrews, MD; and William G. Clancy Jr., MD 1996 Clint Thompson Award for Outstanding Non-research Manuscript Second Runner-Up “Navigating the Library Maze: Introductory Research and the Athletic Trainer” by William R. Whitehill, EdD, ATC; Pat Norton, MLS; and Kenneth E. Wright, DA, ATC“Navigating the Library Maze: Introductory Research and the Athletic Trainer” by William R. Whitehill, EdD, ATC; Pat Norton, MLS; and Kenneth E. Wright, DA, ATC Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association

37 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame NATA Award Recipients NATA College & University Athletic Trainers' Committee Award Recipients 2008 Junior College - Over & Above Achievement Danny Anderson, MS, ATC of Mississippi Gulf Coast CollegeDanny Anderson, MS, ATC of Mississippi Gulf Coast College 2006 Division I - Over & Above Achievement Mike Meyer, MS, ATC, Vanderbilt UniversityMike Meyer, MS, ATC, Vanderbilt University 2005 Division I - Assistant Certified Athletic Trainer of the Year Steve Bryant, ATCSteve Bryant, ATC 2005 Division II - College Certified Athletic Trainer of the Year Russ Hoff, ATCRuss Hoff, ATC Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association

38 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame NATA Award Recipients NATA Continuing Education Committee Award Recipients 2008 Continuing Education Excellence Award Jeff Konin, PhD, ATC, PTJeff Konin, PhD, ATC, PT Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association

39 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame NATA Award Recipients NATA Educational Council Sayers "Bud" Miller Distinguished Educator Award Recipients 2007 R.T. Floyd, EdD, ATC, CSCS2007 R.T. Floyd, EdD, ATC, CSCS 2001 Mike Ferrara, PhD, ATC2001 Mike Ferrara, PhD, ATC 2000 Kenneth E. Wright, EdD, ATC2000 Kenneth E. Wright, EdD, ATC 1992 James Gallaspy, Jr, MS, ATC1992 James Gallaspy, Jr, MS, ATC Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association

40 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame NATA Award Recipients NATA Educational Multimedia Committee Award Recipients 2006 Category I: Educational DVD/Video ATC Commercial Second Place Micki Cuppett, EdD, ATC, and Katie Walsh, EdD, ATC, for “General Medical Conditions in the Athlete”Micki Cuppett, EdD, ATC, and Katie Walsh, EdD, ATC, for “General Medical Conditions in the Athlete” 2006 ATC Non-Commercial Second Place Jeffery Burnham, MD; Melissa Thompson, MEd, LAT, ATC; and Ray Castle, PhD, ATC, for “General Medical Evaluation Techniques”Jeffery Burnham, MD; Melissa Thompson, MEd, LAT, ATC; and Ray Castle, PhD, ATC, for “General Medical Evaluation Techniques” 2006 ATC Non-Commercial Third Place Stephen Kramer, PT, ATC; Toby Doré, PhD, ATC; Ray Castle, PhD, ATC; and Melissa Thompson, MEd, LAT, ATC, for “An Introduction to Isokinetics”Stephen Kramer, PT, ATC; Toby Doré, PhD, ATC; Ray Castle, PhD, ATC; and Melissa Thompson, MEd, LAT, ATC, for “An Introduction to Isokinetics” 2005 Software: ATC Commercial Category "Basic Athletic Training 3D" by Scott Barker, MS, ATC, Kenneth Wright, DA, ATC, Vivian Wright, PhD, & William Whitehill, EdD, ATC"Basic Athletic Training 3D" by Scott Barker, MS, ATC, Kenneth Wright, DA, ATC, Vivian Wright, PhD, & William Whitehill, EdD, ATC2003 Gary Harrelson, EdD, ATC, Deidre Leaver-Dunn, PhD, ATC, & Jason Bennett, ATCGary Harrelson, EdD, ATC, Deidre Leaver-Dunn, PhD, ATC, & Jason Bennett, ATC2002 "Spine Injury Management Video" by Douglas Kleiner, PhD, ATC, EMT, & Jon Almquist, ATC"Spine Injury Management Video" by Douglas Kleiner, PhD, ATC, EMT, & Jon Almquist, ATC 2001 Commercial Software Category “Joint Mobilization: Techniques for Managing Restricted Range of Motion” by Gary Harrelson, EdD, ATC & Deidre Leaver-Dunn, PhD, ATC“Joint Mobilization: Techniques for Managing Restricted Range of Motion” by Gary Harrelson, EdD, ATC & Deidre Leaver-Dunn, PhD, ATC 1998 Non-commercial Video Category “Principles of Rehabilitation” by Gary Harrelson, EdD, ATC“Principles of Rehabilitation” by Gary Harrelson, EdD, ATC 1995 Videotape Production Contest Category "Sports Medicine Evaluation Series: The Elbow" by Kenneth Wright, DA, ATC, Gary Harrelson, EdD, ATC, R. T. Floyd, MAT, ATC, & Lou Fincher, MS, ATC"Sports Medicine Evaluation Series: The Elbow" by Kenneth Wright, DA, ATC, Gary Harrelson, EdD, ATC, R. T. Floyd, MAT, ATC, & Lou Fincher, MS, ATC Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association

41 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame NATA Award Recipients NATA Governmental Affairs Council Dan Campbell Legislative Award Recipients 2010 Dan Campbell Legislative Award for Outstanding Governmental Affairs Efforts, Class I Mississippi Athletic Trainers’ AssociationMississippi Athletic Trainers’ Association 2007 Legislative Activity Joe Erdeljac, MS, ATC & Nick Pappas, ATC, LAT of Tennessee Athletic Trainers’ SocietyJoe Erdeljac, MS, ATC & Nick Pappas, ATC, LAT of Tennessee Athletic Trainers’ Society Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association

42 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame NATA Award Recipients Bill Chisolm Ethnic Diversity Advisory Council Professional Service Award Recipients 2004 Arnold T. Bell, ATCArnold T. Bell, ATC2001 Carl L. Williams, Jr., MEd, ATCCarl L. Williams, Jr., MEd, ATC1999 Theodore F. Childs, RPT, ATC, PhDTheodore F. Childs, RPT, ATC, PhD Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association

43 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame NATA Award Recipients NATA Public Relations Committee Award Recipients st Place (Most Creative category) Joe Underwood, PhD, ATC, LAT for "J-Diddy"Joe Underwood, PhD, ATC, LAT for "J-Diddy" 2008 Honorable Mention (Grassroots category) Cumberlands Department of Athletic TrainingCumberlands Department of Athletic Training Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association

44 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame NATA Award Recipients NATA SSATC/Gatorade Recognition Award Recipients 2011 Jessica Kirby, MEd, ATCJessica Kirby, MEd, ATC2010 Paul E. Good, III, Hendersonville High School, Hendersonville, TNPaul E. Good, III, Hendersonville High School, Hendersonville, TN Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association

45 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame NATA Award Recipients NATA Bobby Gunn Student Leadership Award Recipients 2012 Andrew Brubaker-Eastern Kentucky UniversityAndrew Brubaker-Eastern Kentucky University2011 Alisha Tolbert, Troy UniversityAlisha Tolbert, Troy University2010 John DeMutiis, University of South FloridaJohn DeMutiis, University of South Florida2009 Raena Steffan, University of South FloridaRaena Steffan, University of South Florida2008 Candy Anderson, The University of Tennessee at ChattanoogaCandy Anderson, The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga2007 Sharon Elliott, Florida Southern CollegeSharon Elliott, Florida Southern College Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association

46 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame NATA Award Recipients Deloss Brubaker Awards for Student Writing Recipients 2011 Original Research First Runner-Up Amanda Cutright, ATC and Drew GarnerAmanda Cutright, ATC and Drew Garner Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association

47 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame NATA Foundation Award Recipients NATA Foundation Volunteer Service Award Recipients 2011 NATA Foundation Lifetime Contribution Award Michael Wilkinson, MS, ATCMichael Wilkinson, MS, ATC 2011 NATA Foundation Volunteer Service Award R.T. Floyd, EdD, ATC, CSCSR.T. Floyd, EdD, ATC, CSCS Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association

48 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame BOC Award Recipients Dan Libera BOC Service Award Recipients 2007 Marisa Brunett, MS, ATCMarisa Brunett, MS, ATC Sue Stanley-Green, MS, ATCSue Stanley-Green, MS, ATC2003 Rob UlleryRob Ullery William WelshWilliam Welsh1997 Diane KingDiane King1995 Barton BuxtonBarton Buxton Public Advocacy Award Recipients 2007 Keith Webster, ATC, University of KentuckyKeith Webster, ATC, University of Kentucky Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association

49 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame 2007 SEATA Hall of Fame Mike ChambersMike Chambers Tad GormleyTad Gormley Thomas F. LutzThomas F. Lutz Frank MannFrank Mann Claude “Big Monk” Simons, Sr.Claude “Big Monk” Simons, Sr. Frank WandleFrank Wandle Mickey O’BrienMickey O’Brien Charles E. “Smokey” HarperCharles E. “Smokey” Harper W.J. “Dutch” LuchsingerW.J. “Dutch” Luchsinger Wesley “Doc” KnightWesley “Doc” Knight Sam LankfordSam Lankford Martin BroussardMartin Broussard Earl “Bubba” PorcheEarl “Bubba” Porche Don FaulsDon Fauls Jim GoosetreeJim Goosetree Joe WordenJoe Worden Henry “Buck” AndelHenry “Buck” Andel Sandy SandlinSandy Sandlin Charlie MartinCharlie Martin Thomas J. KerinThomas J. Kerin Kenny HowardKenny Howard Warren MorrisWarren Morris Jerry RheaJerry Rhea Eugene “Doc” HarveyEugene “Doc” Harvey Larry “Doc” HarringtonLarry “Doc” Harrington Lindsy McLeanLindsy McLean Chris Patrick, Jr.Chris Patrick, Jr. Dean KleinschmidtDean Kleinschmidt Bobby BartonBobby Barton Don LoweDon Lowe Doug MayDoug May Jim GallaspyJim Gallaspy Jack RedgrenJack Redgren Al GreenAl Green Sue Stanley-GreenSue Stanley-Green Bill McDonaldBill McDonald

50 2007 SEATA Hall of Fame Mike Chambers Mike Chambers, a native of New Orleans, Louisiana was one of the first great leaders in Athletic Training History. He pushed for NATA organization as early as He served as the elected President of that meeting. The meeting took place at the Drake Relays. This effort was supported by Charles Cramer and the Cramer Company. His first Head Athletic Trainer position was at Georgia Tech from 1927 until During that period he participated in the Olympics and the 1929 Rose Bowl victory by Georgia Tech. He returned to Louisiana to serve as Head Athletic Trainer at Louisiana State University in 1935, a position he held until early He also worked several all-star games in the south. One of his protégé’s was Marty Broussard, who became the Head Athletic Trainer at LSU. Mike Chambers was honored by the LSU student body, when the first live tiger mascot was named “Mike the Tiger” in his honor. He was inducted into the NATA Hall of Fame in 1962 and the Louisiana Athletic Trainers’ Hall of Fame in Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame

51 Tad Gormley Tad Gormley, a native of Cambridge, Massachusetts trained for the 1904 and 1906 Boston Marathon. He was brought to New Orleans in 1907 by the New Orleans Athletic Club to develop a marathon team. He worked throughout the city as a trainer and track coach and also trained Olympic boxers. He served as athletic trainer at Loyola of the South University in New Orleans. He became the first athletic trainer in the state of Louisiana. He treated and cared for all athletes in the crescent city. Following mass on Sunday’s the “Gormley Games” took place in city park. Tad served as coach, athletic trainer and organizer for the weekly events. A huge number of great athletes from the greater New Orleans area began careers in these weekly events. The events were such a success and such a part of the crescent city, that when a stadium was added to the park, it was named in honor of Tad Gormley. Though efforts were made by both Louisiana State University and Tulane to obtain his services, Tad Gormley remained a part of Loyola until his retirement in the mid 1950’s. He was inducted into the NATA Hall of Fame in 1962 and the Louisiana Athletic Trainers’ Hall of Fame in Tad Gormley died in 1965 at the age of 81 near the place to which he dedicated his life - City Park Stadium near Loyola University SEATA Hall of Fame

52 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame Thomas F. Lutz As Head Athletic Trainer at Georgia Thomas "Fitz" Lutz was instrumental in saving a season for the star of the team and keeping the Bulldogs rolling through "The Golden Era" of great Georgia teams. He served at Georgia from 1938 to He invented and patented a special face mask for the Bulldogs' star, Frankie Sinkwich, enabling him to play the entire season with a fractured jaw. He was one of the first athletic trainers to make custom molded mouthpieces, by applying a layer of latex a day, then starting the process over again each week on Monday after the players chewed them up during the games. Lutz eventually became the Baltimore Colts head athletic trainer for three seasons before going to the University of North Carolina in Lutz died four years later in Chapel Hill at the age of SEATA Hall of Fame

53 Frank Mann Frank (Skipper) Mann served for almost 25 years as athletic trainer at the University of Kentucky. He dedicated his life to fulfilling the need for qualified athletic trainers in the work of college sports. He was considered by historians to be one of the forefathers of modern athletic training. He attended Chicago University in 1903, completed a full course in the art of handling the physical injuries and mental stresses of athletes and began his student trainer position. In 1906, he accepted an athletic training position at the University of Indiana where he remained until he accepted a position at Iowa in Frank Mann worked at Iowa in the capacity of athletic trainer from 1910 to 1914 before moving to Kentucky where worked until his retirement in During his almost 50 years of experience and contributions, he became known as one of the nation's most prominent athletic trainers. In 1962, he was one of the original inductees to the Helm's Hall of Fame for athletic trainers. Mann died in 1957 at the age of 70. Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame

54 Claude “Big Monk” Simons, Sr. Claude "Big Monk" Simons has gone down in history as one of the great names in intercollegiate athletics. Claude and his younger brother known as “Little Monk” were a part of Tulane Athletics during the 1930’s and the 1940’s. Both played football for the Green Wave. Simons also served as head coach in basketball, baseball, track and boxing while at Tulane. Simons was president of the Southern Amateur Athletic Union and had Tulane's Olympic-size pool named in his honor. Claude was a part of the transition from coach to athletic trainer in the very early years of the profession. He began to assume more and more of the duties that we associate with the Athletic Trainer. Monks efforts lead to the formal position of an athletic trainer. He fulfilled these duties for several years serving as the Head Athletic Trainer at Tulane University from 1921 until his death in He left a set up that served as a setting for Spike Dixon and Bubba Porche, both NATA Hall of Fame Members. Claude was inducted into the NATA Hall of Fame in 1962 and the Louisiana Athletic Trainers’ Hall of Fame in SEATA Hall of Fame

55 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame Frank Wandle Frank Wandle was athletic trainer at Army, Yale and served two years at Louisiana State University before retiring. Dates are not available but he was inducted into the NATA Hall of Fame in SEATA Hall of Fame

56 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame Mickey O‘Brien Mickey O'Brien went to work for the University of Tennessee in just in time to help with three successive unbeaten seasons and trips to bowl games. He served as a jack-of-all-trades for the Vol program. In addition to being Head Athletic Trainer for all sports teams, he was in charge of the training table, oversaw the equipment and laundry operations, and served as chief recruiter in Chattanooga, North Carolina and Florida. O'Brien was designated Trainer Emeritus in 1977 for the Volunteers' football team and served under five football coaches at Tennessee, beginning with Gen. Bob Neyland. Experts in sports medicine regarded O'Brien as one of the premier college athletic trainers. He served as a mentor to various athletic trainers including NATA Hall of Fame members Jim Goostree and Chris Patrick. He helped form the Southeastern Conference Trainers Association and served as its first president. He died October 24, 1986 in Knoxville. Tennessee at age SEATA Hall of Fame

57 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame Charles E. “Smokey” Harper After graduating from Mercer College in 1923, Charles "Smokey" Harper became known as one of the most prominent athletic trainers in the Southeast Conference. From 1931 to 1936 he trained at Vanderbilt before moving on to Florida for a short time. Smokey also worked at UCLA for “Red” Sanders for one year. In 1940 he returned to Vanderbilt, met Paul "Bear" Bryant and followed the coaching legend to Kentucky, Texas A&M and Alabama before he eventually retired. During his career he served as a mentor to "Rusty" Payne at Kentucky, and to Billy Pickard, Roy Don Wilson and Jerry Rhea at Texas A&M. He was regarded by his fellow athletic trainers and students as a nice and very practical man. Coach Bryant commented that he could read people better than anyone he ever had on his staff SEATA Hall of Fame

58 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame W. J. “Dutch” Luchsinger Werner "Dutch" Luchsinger was associated with sports in the southern section of the U.S. for 48 years. Dutch was a native of Milwaukee, Wisconsin and studied at State Teachers College in Milwaukee before attending Tulane University. He was a three sport standout in football, baseball, and track at Tulane prior to earning his degree in After graduation, Luchsinger, better known as “Dutch”, served as Athletic Director at Fortier High School in New Orleans from 1930 until From 1941 to 1943 he served as Physical Training Director at Keesler Field. In 1949 Dutch began his role as Mississippi State’s Head Athletic Trainer and continued until his retirement in He served as an Olympic athletic trainer in Dutch later worked as Athletic Trainer with the New Orleans Buccaneers an American Basketball Association franchise. During his tenure in Starkville, he became the first elected Director of District IX in He represented District IX on the NATA Board of Directors from 1951 to 1953 in addition to serving as the President for the SEC athletic trainers. Dutch was inducted in to the NATA Hall of Fame in 1967 and the Louisiana Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame in He was inducted into the Mississippi State University Sports Hall of Fame in Later, in 2003, he was in the first class of inductees into the Mississippi Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame SEATA Hall of Fame

59 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame Wesley “Doc” Knight Doc Knight served the University of Mississippi for almost 28 years before his retirement in A 1935 graduate of Springfield College with a BS degree in Health and Physical Education, Knight went to New York City to study at the Eastern School of Physiotherapy and at Bellevue Hospital. After completing his higher education, Doc Knight served as a “trainer”, physical education instructor and assistant track coach at several institutions before beginning his almost three decade long career at ‘Ole Miss. Wes Knight was known for his fiery competitive spirit as exhibited by his pregame speeches to the team prior to Ole Miss Football Games. There was never any doubt about his caring for the many Rebel athletes he treated and loved. Many still remember and cherish the preseason letters taped to their lockers prior to August practice. While at ‘Ole Miss Doc Knight was not only the athletic trainer, but a very successful track coach as well. Knight produced several unbeaten teams and his squads produced several school records. Furthermore, Knight served as the President of the SEC Athletic Trainers Association and member of the NATA Board of Directors for District IX from 1961 to His greatest accolade came in 1969 when he was inducted into the NATA Hall of Fame, the same association in which he was a charter member. After his retirement he was given the honor of “Trainer” Emeritus at ‘Ole Miss and was active in the coaching ranks for the Special Olympics. He was inducted into the University of Mississippi Athletic Hall of Fame in and the Mississippi Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame in Doc Knight, 74, died in SEATA Hall of Fame

60 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame Sam Lankford Samuel Lankford was associated with athletic training, professional publications, and related activities since Before coming to Virginia Tech in 1963 as head athletic trainer, Lankford spent 12 years at the University of Florida in the same position. For several years Lankford was the athletic training editor of the National Athletic Journal. Among his professional contributions are two books and numerous articles on athletic training and conditioning. He also developed, manufactured, and sold an adherent in the early 60's called Tough Gator. He represented District IX on the NATA Board of Directors from 1955 to He also served as District IX Secretary from 1955 to 1957 and from 1959 to SEATA Hall of Fame

61 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame Martin J. Broussard Marty Broussard's athletic training career spanned six decades at Louisiana State University. An exceptional baseball and track athlete during his college days at LSU, Broussard took time out to serve as a student athletic trainer for the football team prior to earning his undergraduate degree in He served as a U.S. Army medic during World War II After playing professional baseball and serving as Head Athletic Trainer at the University of Florida and Texas A&M, he returned to LSU in 1948 at the same position. He received both a master's degree in 1960 and a doctorate in 1967 from LSU. In 1963, Broussard was named Athletic Trainer of the Year by the Rockne Foundation. He was an athletic trainer for the 1955 Pan American Games and for the U.S. Olympics in Broussard served on the board of directors for the National Athletic Trainers Association, an organization he helped create, and was named to the NATA Hall of Fame in He was then named to the Louisiana Athletic Trainer's Hall of Fame in Broussard was immortalized in LSU sports in 1998 when the University named its new, state-of- the-art multimillion dollar athletic training facility the Martin J. Broussard Center for Athletic Training. Dr. Broussard died June 11, 2003 at the age of SEATA Hall of Fame

62 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame Earl J. “Bubba” Porche Tulane had one of the nation's finest athletic trainers in the person of Earl "Bubba" Porche. In addition to his duties as athletic trainer at the Blue-Gray game, Porche served as athletic trainer for the U.S. Track Team that competed in three meets in Europe in 1967 and was an athletic trainer at the Pan-American Games in Porche came to Tulane from the Navy in 1946 as Assistant Athletic Trainer. He was subsequently named Head Athletic Trainer, a post he held for 36 years. Bubba served as District IX Secretary from 1957 to 1959 and then represented District IX on the NATA Board of Directors from 1965 to He was inducted into the NATA Hall of Fame in 1978 and the Tulane Hall of Fame in The Louisiana Athletic Trainers’ Association inducted him into their Hall of Fame in 1982 and in 1986 established the Bubba Porche Award to recognize outstanding High School and Collegiate Athletic Training Students each year. Tulane further honored Bubba by naming their primary medical treatment facility for all Tulane student- athletes The Earl "Bubba" Porche Athletic Training Room SEATA Hall of Fame

63 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame Don Fauls Don, an native of Ithaca, New York, left his position in 1954 as an athletic trainer with the St. Louis Cardinals Association to become the Head Athletic Trainer at Florida State University until his retirement in Don Fauls was as much concerned about the Seminole athletes off the field or court, as he was when they were competing and practicing. Don treated the whole person as much as he treated the injury itself. He was a class gentleman from Ithaca College, however the nickname “Rooster” truly helped explained his fiery competitiveness for the Seminoles. He worked as an athletic trainer for the U.S. Pan American team and was a member of the Olympic Training Selection Committee. He was named to the NATA Hall of Fame in 1981 and The Athletic Trainers’ Association of Florida Hall of Fame in Don was described as being one of the central forces in the athletic program at Florida State. He was responsible for developing an outstanding athletic training program. On October 6, 1995, just one month before Don’s death, the athletic training room at Florida State was named “The Don Fauls Training Room.” A bronze plaque at the entrance to the athletic training room has the following inscription: Don Fauls has been a doctor, parent, friend and confidant to thousands of Florida State athletes for over 27 years of service in athletics. Seminoles everywhere join to honor this special man in the naming of this (athletic) training area that provided the opportunity to help so many athletes in so many ways. Let all who enter these doors emulate the same honesty, loyalty and integrity of this outstanding individual. Don Fauls died on November 9, 1995 at 75 years old SEATA Hall of Fame

64 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame Jim Goostree Jim Goostree, a diversified college athlete, attended Southwestern at Memphis (two years) and then the University of Tennessee while earning his bachelor's and master's degrees in the early 1950's. A golfer at Tennessee, he evolved into an assistant athletic trainer under legendary athletic trainer Mickey O’Brien. He signed on as Head Athletic Trainer at the University of Alabama in 1957, one year before the arrival of the late Paul "Bear" Bryant. In his long career with the Crimson Tide, Goostree served as Head Athletic Trainer for the both the Blue- Gray All-Star Game and the Senior Bowl for 15 seasons. In 1984, after 27 years as Head Athletic Trainer, Goostree assumed the role of Assistant Athletic Director at the university. In 1987, he was promoted to Executive Athletic Director where he was instrumental in developing the nation’s #1 donor program, Tide Pride. He also supervised the expansion and renovation of Bryant-Denny Stadium, the building of the Hank Crisp Indoor Practice Facility, the renovation of Coleman Coliseum and Paul Bryant Dormitory, and the construction of Sewell- Thomas Stadium before he retired in He served as District IX Secretary from 1963 to He was inducted into the NATA Hall of Fame in 1984 and was one of the first two inductees into the Alabama Athletic Trainers’ Association in Jim Goostree passed away October 19, SEATA Hall of Fame

65 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame Joe Worden After graduating from Pfugerville High School in Texas, Joe Worden attended the University of Texas in Austin where he completed a B.S. in Physical Education and a Masters Degree in Education. While there, he first became interested in the care and prevention of athletic injuries and had the unique opportunity to train under the legendary Frank Medina, a former U.S. Olympic Trainer. Joe was a member of the U.S. Marine Corps and saw action in Guam and the Marshall Islands during World War II. He became Vanderbilt’s head athletic trainer in 1949 and handled all sports until 1971 when he was assigned to specialize in football and men’s basketball. He continued to assist club sports, and in 1977 began working with the newly created women’s intercollegiate athletic program. He officially retired at Vanderbilt in 1986, but continued to volunteer his services and never missed a game until his death on June 5, Affectionately referred to as “Joe Bird”, he was one of the most respected and beloved staff members in the history of Vanderbilt Athletics. He represented District IX on the NATA Board of Directors from 1964 to He was inducted into the NATA Hall of Fame in 1984 and the Tennessee Athletic Trainers’ Society Hall of Fame in Two highly regarded awards have been named for him — the Joe Worden Clinic/Professional Athletic Trainer of the Year Award given by the Tennessee Athletic Trainers’ Society and the Joe L. Worden Courage Award presented by the Middle Tennessee Chapter of the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame. Joe was inducted in the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame in February SEATA Hall of Fame

66 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame Henry “Buck” Andel A native Atlantan, Buck Andel played football for and graduated from Boys High. He went on to graduate with a bachelor's and master's degree from Georgia Tech where he lettered in both baseball and football. Mr. Andel was a U.S. Army veteran of World War II receiving a Silver Star, two Bronze Stars, and three Purple Hearts for his service. From 1948 until 1969, he was the head athletic trainer of all sports including track, basketball, baseball and wrestling at Georgia Tech during which time he served 14 Bowl teams. For 18 of those years, he was a key member of the staff of Bobby Dodd, legendary head football coach from 1945 to He also worked as an athletic trainer for the 1960 Olympic Games. He was one of the NATA founders and served on the original board of directors in He also served as District IX Secretary from 1951to He was honored with induction into the Georgia Tech Hall of Fame in 1968 and received a citation from the Georgia Sports Hall of Fame. He was and inductee in the inaugural Georgia Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame in 2004 and received the NATA 50 Year Award in Buck Andel passed away February 13, 2005 at age SEATA Hall of Fame

67 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame “Sandy” Sandlin Sandy, a native of Huntsville, Alabama, moved to Chattanooga at 14 and never left the valley he loved. Lee Jensen, the Chattanooga Lookout’s athletic trainer, saw Sandy with his gentle manner mending the wing of a fallen bird. Jensen said, “If you can do that, come help me with the Lookout players.” Sandy began his career as an athletic trainer in the early 1930’s with the Chattanooga Lookouts in the Southern League and in 1935 became the athletic trainer for the baseball team. Sandy Sandlin was Head Athletic Trainer at the University of Chattanooga from 1938 until 1975, during which time he also spent as athletic trainer at Georgia Tech. An All-Star A thletic Trainer for the Southern Baseball League, Sandy moved from the University of Chattanooga to The Baylor School in 1975 to serve as head athletic trainer until According to peers, “He was one of the most straight-forward, compassionate, and gentle individuals one could meet. We never met such a sincere and dedicated man.” In 1973 he was inducted into the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame—at a time few non-athletes were chosen. He received the NATA 25 Year Award in 1974 and was inducted posthumously into the NATA Hall of Fame in In 1994 Sandy was inducted into the Tennessee Athletic Trainers’ Society Hall of Fame which further honored him with the establishment of the annual Sandy Sandlin High School Athletic Trainer of the Year Award SEATA Hall of Fame

68 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame Charlie Martin Charlie Martin received his undergraduate and masters degrees from the University of Oklahoma, after being discharged from the Army. He was the Head Athletic Trainer at Baltimore Junior College and then at Northeast Louisiana University, where he worked for nearly 25 years. Charlie received the 25-year award from the NATA and was elected to the Louisiana Athletic Trainers' Association Hall of Fame in He was a founding father of the Louisiana Athletic Trainers Association. Charlie is best known for his pioneering research on the effects of heat and humidity in athletes. His writings on the topic were published numerous times throughout his career. Charlie was also an expert on the topic of drug testing. He traveled extensively around the nation and throughout the world, including Taiwan, The Netherlands and Belgium, lecturing on these topics, sharing the benefits of his pioneering work. Charlie will be remembered as an outstanding ambassador for the athletic training profession and his work will be missed. Charlie Martin, 54, died July 21, SEATA Hall of Fame

69 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame Thomas “Tim” Kerin Thomas "Tim" Kerin graduated from Westinghouse Memorial High School in Wilmerding, PA in 1965 and received his B.S. from Indiana University of Pennsylvania in After graduation, Tim began as the Head Athletic Trainer and math instructor at Penn Hills High School in Pittsburgh. In 1972 Tim was awarded an M.S. in mathematics from Indiana University of PA and became Head Athletic Trainer and an Associate Professor at the University of Pittsburgh. He received an M.Ed. in Physiology of Exercise from Pittsburgh in Tim became the Head Athletic Trainer at the University of Tennessee in 1977 and helped the football team achieve seven victories in 11 bowl appearances before his death in Tim served on the NATA's Program and Convention Committees from 1979 to He was SEATA's Awards Committee Chair from until He served on the athletic training staffs of over two dozen local, regional and national athletic events and was extremely active in the community. In 1986 he was a founding member of Knoxville's Metropolitan Drug Commission and served as its president from 1987 to Tim received a Chancellor's Citation from the University of Tennessee in 1990 and the SEATA Award of Merit in The Tim Kerin Sports Medicine Facility at Tennessee was named in his honor in Tim was named the Eugene Smith/Mickey O’Brien College Athletic Trainer of the Year by the Tennessee Athletic Trainer's Society in 1993and inducted into their Hall of Fame in Tim was inducted into the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame in One of the highest awards given by the NATA annually is the Tim Kerin Award SEATA Hall of Fame

70 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame Kenny Howard Milford "Kenny" Howard, born in Crossville, Alabama went to Alabama Polytechnic Institute (now Auburn University) to study Agriculture, but got a job as student athletic trainer under legendary trainer and track coach Wilbur Hutsell. Upon graduation in 1948, Howard was named Head Athletic Trainer, a post held until From 1976 through 1980 he served Auburn as its first Assistant Athletics Director for Olympic Sports. After retiring from Auburn in 1980 he went to work as Director of Sports Relations for the Hughston Sports Medicine Foundation, Inc., and continued until his retirement in While serving as Auburn's Head Athletic Trainer, Kenny became the confidant of Head Football Coach Ralph Jordan. That friendship led to Dr. Jack Hughston becoming Auburn's Orthopedic Surgeon and Team Physician for the next 40 years. Kenny was the athletic trainer for the U.S. Olympic Track team at Helsinki in 1952 and for the 1976 U.S. Olympic Swim team in Montreal. He also served as head athletic trainer for the World University Games on two occasions. He was the athletic trainer for the Blue-Gray Game for ten consecutive years and the Senior Bowl for two years. Kenny served as District IX Director from 1959 to 1960 and was the first athletic trainer inducted into the Alabama Sports Hall of Fame. Kenny is a member of the NATA Hall of Fame, the Alabama Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame, and the Hughston Society. In 2005, Kenny received the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine Distinguished Service Athletic Trainer Award and the NATA 50 Year Award. He is married to the former Jeanne Barnhart and they have three sons and daughter. Jeanne and Kenny continue to reside in Auburn SEATA Hall of Fame

71 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame Warren Morris Warren Morris learned athletic training from two of the profession’s most notable athletic trainers - A.D. Dickinson of Northern Iowa University and Alfred “Duke” Wyre at the University of Maryland where he received his M.Ed. From that solid background, Morris first served as an assistant at the University of Maryland, then served as an assistant at the University of North Carolina before he was named Head Athletic Trainer at the University of Georgia in He served as District IX Vice–Director from 1967 to 1971 then as District Director from 1971 to Morris has also been the NATA’s representative on the NCAA Football Rules Committee and the Secretary and Representative on the Joint Commission for Science and Sports. He has been, and remains, committed to athletic training efforts in Georgia as well; he was the first athletic trainer to be licensed in Georgia and has held the position of Chair of the Georgia Board of Athletic Trainers, a governor appointed position, for 25 years since He was inducted into the NATA Hall of Fame in 1981 and received the AOSSM Distinguished Service Award in Warren was an inductee in the inaugural Georgia Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame in 2004 which also honored him with an annual award in his name, the Warren Morris Sports Medicine Person of the Year Award SEATA Hall of Fame

72 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame Jerry Rhea Jerry Rhea entered the athletic training profession in 1956 while a student at Texas A&M working under NATA Hall of Fame member Smokey Harper before graduating in Jerry worked eight years in the Odessa (Texas) Schools, where he was Head Athletic Trainer before serving the Los Angeles Rams as Assistant Athletic Trainer for 2 years. Jerry was the Head Athletic Trainer for the Atlanta Falcons from 1969 until 1994 and was a frequent convention and clinic speaker. From 1994 to 2001 he worked as Assistant to the President of the Falcons. During this time he also served as President of the Atlanta Falcons Youth Foundation. He was elected President of SEATA in 1982 and became District IX Director in He was then elected president of the NATA for and served on many NATA committees. Jerry was named the NATA Professional Athletic Trainer of the Year by Nutrament in 1979 and He was inducted into the NATA Hall of Fame in 1985 and the Southwest Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame in He received the SEATA Award of Merit in and the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine Distinguished Service Athletic Trainer Award in In 2001 he received the Tim Kerin Excellence in Athletic Training Award. Jerry was a 2004 inductee in the inaugural Georgia Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame which also honored him with an annual award in his name, the Jerry Rhea Athletic Trainer of the Year Award. The Atlanta Falcons furthered honored Jerry by endowing an NATA Foundation Scholarship and as well as both an undergraduate and graduate SEATA Scholarship in his name SEATA Hall of Fame

73 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame Eugene “Doc” Harvey Since his days as an athletic trainer for the old Brooklyn Dodgers Baseball Organization, Eugene "Doc" Harvey has continuously enhanced his skills as a dedicated rehabilitation specialist. Before moving to Brooklyn, and later Los Angeles when the Dodgers moved west, Doc served as an athletic trainer in Pueblo, Colorado, and Montreal, Canada. He was known as a hard worker who kept his players in excellent condition. He served under legendary Coach Eddie Robinson and was an integral part of numerous Southwestern Athletic Conference Championships both during and since Coach Robinson’s tenure. Doc supervised the Grambling State University athletic training and rehabilitative facility, ranked as one of the best in Division I-AA until his retirement He continues to work part time at Grambling as Coordinator in Sports Medicine during football season. He owns and operates a private therapy clinic working with a number of physicians and hospitals in Grambling. Doc was inducted into the Louisiana Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame in 1982 and the NATA Hall of Fame in He received the NATA 50 Year Award in SEATA Hall of Fame

74 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame Larry “Doc” Harrington, Sr. Earnest "Doc" Harrington was born in Hattiesburg, MS in After spending one year as an undergraduate at Tulane he returned to his hometown and the University of Southern Mississippi. He began his tenure as the Head Athletic Trainer at Southern Miss in 1958 through his retirement in During his tenure in Hattiesburg he also served as the school’s tennis coach and equipment manager. In addition to holding a doctorate in education, Doc was a licensed Physical Therapist and a Colonel in the U.S. Army Reserves. Doc also served for a number of years beginning in 1960 as the Head Athletic Trainer for the Senior Bowl. He was the first director and project coordinator for the nationally approved Athletic Training Specialization program at the University of Southern Mississippi and has had a number of articles published over the years. He is a member of the National Football Foundation Sports Hall of Fame and the USM M-Club Alumni Hall of Fame. He was a 1987 inductee into the NATA Hall of Fame and was inducted with the first class of inductees into the Mississippi Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame in Doc received the NATA 50 Year Award in SEATA Hall of Fame

75 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame J. Lindsy McLean Lindsy McLean began his career as a student at Vanderbilt University under Joe Worden in By 1963, he had earned the position of Head Athletic Trainer and Director of Physical Therapy at the University of California, Santa Barbara, and was named Head Athletic Trainer and Instructor at San Jose State College in In 1968, he was named Head Athletic Trainer at The University of Michigan. In 1979, he became Head Athletic Trainer of the San Francisco Forty Niners and served there until his retirement in Lindsy has served as a USOC Olympic Team Athletic Trainer in 1976 and was the Nutrament Collegiate Athletic Trainer of the Year in He has served the NATA on the Grants and Scholarship Committee, the 50th Anniversary Taskforce, and the Honors and Awards Committee where he helped establish the Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award. Perhaps he will best be remembered for his work with the Professional Advancement Committee where he served at the first Chair of the Certification Committee and the Board of Certification when, under his guidance, the NATA Certification program was established and implemented. He returned to Tennessee to retire in SEATA Hall of Fame

76 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame Chris Patrick, Jr. Chris Patrick began his athletic training career while pursuing his undergraduate degree at the University of Tennessee. After receiving his master’s degree at Eastern Kentucky, Chris went on to serve as an athletic trainer at several major universities, ultimately taking over the position of Head Athletic Trainer at the University of Florida in 1970, where he continues today as Assistant Athletic Director for Sports Health. Chris has enjoyed several professional distinctions, including becoming a consultant for Bike, Johnson & Johnson and Nike and receiving the Nutrament College Trainer of the Year Award. Indicative of his commitment to community involvement, Chris was elected Volunteer of the Year by the Gainesville, Florida Boys Club in Among many other positions with the NATA, Chris represented District IX as a member of the NATA Board of Directors from 1967 to Chris' work within the profession and in his local community has helped to broaden and enhance the image of athletic training. He received the SEATA Award of Merit in 1989, the same year as his NATA Hall of Fame induction. He received the Tim Kerin Award for Excellence in Athletic Training from the NATA in Chris was inducted into The Athletic Trainers’ Association of Florida in 1995 and received the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine Distinguished Service Athletic Trainer Award in He is a member of the University of Florida Athletic Hall of Fame and serves on Aegis Analytical Laboratories Client Advisory Board SEATA Hall of Fame

77 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame Dean L. Kleinschmidt A native of Morgan, Minnesota and graduate of Indiana University, Dean Kleinschmidt joined the New Orleans Saints as an Assistant Athletic Trainer in 1969 under Warren Arial and was promoted to Head Athletic Trainer in 1971 where he remained until He also coordinated all sports medicine efforts at the Senior Bowl All-Star Game in Mobile, Ala., since In he served as the administrative director at East Jefferson General Hospital Wellness Center in Metairie, La. before spending the 2002 and 2003 seasons as the Washington Redskins' Head Athletic Trainer. Dean is now in his third season as Indiana University’s Head Athletic Trainer for football. He served three terms as President of the Professional Athletic Trainers' Society after serving on their Executive Committee for 12 years. He was named "Professional Athletic Trainer of the Year" in 1986, and he and assistant Kevin Mangum were honored as the "NFL Athletic Training Staff of the Year" following the 1986 season. In 1991, he was the local host of the annual NATA Clinical Symposium in New Orleans and served several years on the NATA Foundation Scholarship Committee. Dean served as Chairman of Medical Support for the 1992 Olympic Track Trials in New Orleans. He received the SEATA Award of Merit in He was inducted into the Louisiana Athletic Trainers' Association Hall of Fame in 1990, the NATA Hall of Fame in 1994 and named to the New Orleans Saints Hall of Fame in In the same year Dean received the Tim Kerin Award for Excellence in Athletic Training from the NATA and was awarded the National College Football Foundation Athletic Trainer of the Year in SEATA Hall of Fame

78 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame Robert M. “Bobby” Barton Bobby Barton earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Kentucky in 1968, a master’s degree from Marshall University in 1970, and a doctorate from Middle Tennessee State University in He served as an athletic trainer at the University of Kentucky, the University of Florida and Florida International University, prior to going to Eastern Kentucky University as Head Athletic Trainer and Program Director in He served as District IX Director and as NATA Vice President prior to being NATA President from 1982 to He served on the NATA’s Placement Committee, Public Relations Committee, the 50th Anniversary Celebration and Convention Planning Committee as well as the NATA Research and Education Foundation Board of Directors. He co-authored the Commonwealth of Kentucky's athletic training certification law and continued to serve his state, district, and national organizations in numerous professional endeavors. He remained a practicing athletic trainer while earning professional rank at Eastern Kentucky University and served as Head Athletic Trainer for USA Basketball's World Championship Team at the 1995 World University Games. He was awarded the SEATA Award of Merit in 1987, inducted into the NATA Hall of Fame in 1996 and received the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine Distinguished Service Athletic Trainer Award in He was presented with the Outstanding Football Trainer Award by the All-American Football Foundation in In 2006, Bobby was the first athletic trainer ever inducted into the Ohio Valley Conference Hall of Fame and was inducted into the Kentucky Athletic Trainers’ Society Hall of Fame SEATA Hall of Fame

79 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame Don Lowe A native of Marietta, Ohio, Donald D. Lowe earned a Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from Kent State University, where he also served as a Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer in 1965, Assistant Athletic Trainer , and Head Athletic Trainer from Mr. Lowe was the Coordinator of Sports Medicine at Syracuse University from He served the greater Syracuse community and the Central New York region by creating the organizational structure and becoming the Executive Director of Onondaga Sports Medicine Clinics in Mr. Lowe served as the Director of Sports Medicine at Georgia Tech from He has a multitude of U.S.O.C. experience, highlighted by his services as the Men’s Basketball Athletic Trainer in the 1983 Pan American Games, and on the U.S. Olympic Training Staff at the 1992 Summer Olympic Games in Barcelona. Mr. Lowe served the NATA on various committees and was Secretary of District 2 from Mr. Lowe, along with other New York State ATCs, was instrumental in forming the New York State Athletic Trainers’ Association and served as its President from ; Empire State Games host athletic trainer, as well as helping to obtain professional regulation of athletic trainers in New York State. In 1992 Mr. Lowe was instrumental in the formation of the College Athletic Trainers Society. He has received many awards for his outstanding service, highlighted by his 1983 Thomas Sheehan Award for Most Outstanding Athletic Trainer in New York State, National Collegiate Athletic Trainer of the Year in 1986, Eastern Athletic Trainers’ Association “Cramer’s Excellence Award” in 1991, NATA Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer in 1995, and the NATA Hall of Fame in SEATA Hall of Fame

80 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame James Douglas "Doug" May James Douglas "Doug" May began his career as a student athletic trainer working with Wes Knight at the University of Mississippi in He has served as a certified athletic trainer at Florida State University, Tennessee Technological University, Mississippi State University, Mississippi University of Women, the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and, most recently, at the McCallie School of Chattanooga, TN. May has served as Vice-President of the NATA and as District IX Director. In addition, he is a former District IX President and Secretary/ Treasurer. May is a charter member of the Mississippi Athletic Trainers' Association and served as its first president. He is a co-author of the book Signs and Symptoms of Athletic Injuries. He served as a member of the medical staff for the 1991 Pan American Games in Cuba, the 1991 World Winter University Games in Japan, and the medical team for the 1996 track and field venue of the Atlanta Olympic Games. In 1990 Doug received the SEATA Award of Merit. He received the Sandy Sandlin High School Athletic Trainer of the Year Award from the Tennessee Athletic Trainers’ Society in 1990 and was inducted into their Hall of Fame in He was recognized as Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer in 1995 by the NATA and was inducted into the NATA Hall of Fame in SEATA Hall of Fame

81 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame James “Jim” B. Gallaspy, Jr. James B. (Jim) Gallaspy, Jr., a native of Jackson, MS was born on September 8, Jim began his athletic training career serving as a student athletic trainer at Peeples Junior High School and Provine High School. He went to The University of Southern Mississippi in 1966 to work under the NATA Hall of Fame member Larry "Doc" Harrington. After graduation from Southern Miss, Jim received employment at McArthur High School in Hollywood, Florida as a teacher/athletic trainer where he worked for three years and then in 1973 he enrolled at Indiana State University. After graduating, Jim worked at Moline Senior High School as a teacher/athletic trainer and in 1974 he returned to The University of Southern Mississippi where he worked for 26 years and was awarded Associate Professor, Emeritus status in Jim has been President of the Mississippi Athletic Trainers' Association, the Southeast Athletic Trainers' Association and served on the NATA Board of Directors from He received the Sayers "Bud" Miller Distinguished Athletic Trainer Educator Award in 1992, the SEATA District Award in 1994, and the NATA Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award in SEATA again recognized him in 1997 with the Award of Merit. He is a member of the University of Southern Mississippi M-Club Alumni Hall of Fame and received the All American Football Foundation Outstanding Athletic Trainer award in March Jim was inducted into the Mississippi Athletic Trainers' Hall of Fame in He is married to the former Sue Barnett and they have two children Kim and Jay SEATA Hall of Fame

82 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame John "Jack" Redgren Jack Redgren was born in the small town of Winnebago, Minnesota in He graduated from the University of Montana in 1964 and served in the United States Army from After leaving the armed services, Jack graduated from the Mayo Clinic School of Physical Therapy in His first job as an athletic trainer was working under fellow hall of famer Lindsy McLean at the University of Michigan for two years. From there, Jack moved south to Vanderbilt University where he served for 10 years. Since 1981, Jack has worked in the private sector treating varsity, professional and recreational athletes. A pioneer in the field of athletic training education, Jack served the NATA Professional Education Committee for 17 years and enjoyed every minute of it. Jack received the Joe Worden Clinic/Professional Athletic Trainer of the Year from the Tennessee Athletic Trainers’ Society in 1990 and was inducted to their Hall of Fame in He was inducted into the NATA Hall of Fame in In March of 2006, he was named co-recipient of The Contribution to Football Award by the Middle Tennessee Chapter of the National and College Football Foundation. He continues to work part-time with Tennessee Orthopedic Alliance SEATA Hall of Fame

83 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame Albert "Al" Green Al Green has been serving the Athletic Training profession on the national, district and state levels since attending his first NATA convention in 1970 as a freshman college student. Al received his BS degree from the University of Michigan and his MEd from the University of Arizona. Highlights of Mr. Green’s service includes: Chairperson for the NATA Public Relations Committee, member of the Board of Certification and Convention Registration Committee, Chair District IX Public Relations Committee, President and Vice President of the Kentucky Athletic Trainers Society. Al started his career as an Assistant Athletic Trainer at the University of Michigan then spent 17 years as Head Athletic Trainer at the University of Kentucky. Al volunteered with the USOC and worked two Olympic Sports Festivals and the 2003 Pan American Games. Mr. Green was the 2001 recipient of the NATA Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award. Al served his community as Medical Director of the Blue Grass State Games and as a volunteer firefighter and EMT. He received the Certificate of Valor in 1994 from the Kentucky Department of Fire Prevention for saving two people from their burning home. Most recently he was inducted into the Kentucky Athletic Trainers’ Society Hall of Fame in Al is married to fellow NATA Hall of Fame recipient, Sue Stanley-Green. They are the first husband and wife NATA members to be inducted into the NATA Hall of Fame SEATA Hall of Fame

84 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame Sue Stanley-Green Sue Stanley–Green received her BS from The Ohio State University and her MS from Purdue University. She served as Director of Intramural Recreational Services at East Carolina University. While at ECU, she met NATA Executive Secretary Mary Edgerly when the national office was in Greenville, NC. It was through this introduction to the NATA that Sue started her extensive service to the NATA and the athletic training profession. Her athletic training career included being the Associate Head Athletic Trainer at the University of Kentucky and the first women to work SEC Football, Athletic Trainer-Physician Extender for Kentucky Sports Medicine Clinic, Head Athletic Trainer at Centre College and at the time of her induction into the Hall of Fame, Program Director of the Athletic Training Education Program at Florida Southern College. Sue’s service to the profession includes serving as a member of the NATA Board of Directors, a two time Director on the Board of Certification, President of District IX, Vice President of the Kentucky Athletic Trainers Society, and Co- Medical Director of the Bluegrass State Games. She traveled internationally with USA Basketball Teams. Ms. Stanley – Green’s awards include the NATA Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award, SEATA Award of Merit, SEATA Backbone Award and was the recipient of the 2004 American Academy of Podiatric Sports Medicine Excellence in Athletic Training. She is married to fellow NATA Hall of Fame recipient Al Green. They are the first married couple inducted into the Hall of Fame SEATA Hall of Fame

85 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame William H. “Bill” McDonald Born in Carbon Hill, Alabama, Bill attended the University of Alabama and served as a student athletic trainer and manager for the Crimson Tide. At Alabama, he completed his BS in 1967 and his MS in He was a high school athletic trainer/coach in the Dekalb and Cobb County School Systems in Georgia from 1968 to He began a 15 year tenure at Georgia Tech in 1972 serving as the Director of Sports Medicine and Assistant Athletic Director. In 1987 he returned home to the University of Alabama where he continues today as the Director of Sports Medicine, Football Travel Coordinator, and On Campus Clinical Coordinator for the athletic training education program. Bill was an athletic trainer for the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta, Georgia. He received the Athletic Trainer Service Award in 1996 and the Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award in 2000 from the NATA. He has been a member of NATA since 1967 and was inducted into the Alabama Athletic Trainers’ Association in Bill continues to serve the profession in many capacities including service on the NATA College and University Athletic Trainers’ Committee, the NATA Strategic Implementation Team and on the Alabama Board of Athletic Trainers SEATA Hall of Fame

86 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame 2008 SEATA Hall of Fame John H. AndersonJohn H. Anderson R.T. FloydR.T. Floyd Chris A. GillespieChris A. Gillespie Bob GoodwinBob Goodwin David T. GreenDavid T. Green Frank Grimaldi, Jr.Frank Grimaldi, Jr. MaryBeth HorodyskiMaryBeth Horodyski Chuck KimmelChuck Kimmel James H. “Jim” MackieJames H. “Jim” Mackie Jerry Lynn RobertsonJerry Lynn Robertson James L. “Jay” ShoopJames L. “Jay” Shoop

87 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame John H. Anderson B.S., Auburn University, 1963, M.S., Auburn University, 1967B.S., Auburn University, 1963, M.S., Auburn University, 1967 Began as Head Athletic Trainer, Auburn High School, 1966Began as Head Athletic Trainer, Auburn High School, 1966 Head Athletic Trainer, Troy University Head Athletic Trainer, Troy University Head Athletic Trainer, LSU Head Athletic Trainer, LSU Program Director, Athletic Training Education, Troy University 1989-PresentProgram Director, Athletic Training Education, Troy University 1989-Present NATA Member since 1966NATA Member since Olympics-Mexico, 1970 World Games, Olympic Sports Festivals, 1987 Pan American Games, 1996 Olympics- Atlanta, World International Special Olympics1976 Olympics-Mexico, 1970 World Games, Olympic Sports Festivals, 1987 Pan American Games, 1996 Olympics- Atlanta, World International Special Olympics Head Athletic Trainer, Blue-Gray Football Classic, Head Athletic Trainer, Blue-Gray Football Classic, Head Athletic Trainer, Alabama All-Star Football Classic, 1990-presentHead Athletic Trainer, Alabama All-Star Football Classic, 1990-present ALATA Hall of Fame Committee Chair, ALATA Hall of Fame Committee Chair, NATA Memorials Resolutions Comm. District IX Rep., 1999-PresentNATA Memorials Resolutions Comm. District IX Rep., 1999-Present SEATA History & Archives Committee AL Rep., 2000-Present, Chair since 2004SEATA History & Archives Committee AL Rep., 2000-Present, Chair since 2004 Alabama Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame, 1999Alabama Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame, 1999 SEATA District Award, 2001SEATA District Award, 2001 SEATA Education/Administration Award, 2007SEATA Education/Administration Award, 2007 NATA Athletic Trainer Service Award, 1997NATA Athletic Trainer Service Award, 1997 NATA Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer, 2006NATA Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer, 2006 Founded Iota Tau Alpha Athletic Training Honor Society, 2005Founded Iota Tau Alpha Athletic Training Honor Society, SEATA Hall of Fame

88 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame R.T. Floyd 1974-Present, Head Athletic Trainer then Director of Athletic Training & Sports Medicine, Chair/Professor, Dept. of Physical Education & Athletic Training, The University of West Alabama1974-Present, Head Athletic Trainer then Director of Athletic Training & Sports Medicine, Chair/Professor, Dept. of Physical Education & Athletic Training, The University of West Alabama BS UWA-1980, MAT UWA-1982, EdD University of AL-1995BS UWA-1980, MAT UWA-1982, EdD University of AL-1995 Blue-Gray All-Star Football Classic Athletic Training, Blue-Gray All-Star Football Classic Athletic Training, District IX Director, 2004-PresentDistrict IX Director, 2004-Present NATA Foundation Board District IX Chair, NATA Foundation Board District IX Chair, NATA Foundation Board Member Development Chair, PresentNATA Foundation Board Member Development Chair, Present NATA Ed. Multimedia Comm. District IX Rep., NATA Ed. Multimedia Comm. District IX Rep., SEATA Site Selection Committee Chair, SEATA Site Selection Committee Chair, SEATA Athletic Training Student Symposium, Competencies in Athletic Training Director, 1997-PresentSEATA Athletic Training Student Symposium, Competencies in Athletic Training Director, 1997-Present SEATA Webmaster, 2004-PresentSEATA Webmaster, 2004-Present SEATA Newsletter & SEATA eBlast News editor, 2005-PresentSEATA Newsletter & SEATA eBlast News editor, 2005-Present Author, Manual of Structural KinesiologyAuthor, Manual of Structural Kinesiology UWA Athletic Hall of Fame, 2001UWA Athletic Hall of Fame, 2001 NATA Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award, 2003NATA Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award, 2003 NATA Athletic Trainer Service Award, 1996NATA Athletic Trainer Service Award, 1996 SEATA District Award, 1990, SEATA Award of Merit, 2001SEATA District Award, 1990, SEATA Award of Merit, 2001 Alabama Athletic Trainers Association Hall of Fame, 2004Alabama Athletic Trainers Association Hall of Fame, 2004 NATA Sayers "Bud" Miller Distinguished Educator Award, 2007NATA Sayers "Bud" Miller Distinguished Educator Award, SEATA Hall of Fame

89 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame Chris A. Gillespie B.S. Mississippi College-1980, M.S. Northeast Louisiana University-1981B.S. Mississippi College-1980, M.S. Northeast Louisiana University-1981 Assistant Athletic Director for Sports Medicine, Assistant Athletic Director for Sports Medicine, Director of Athletic Training Education, Assistant Professor of Exercise Science & Sports Medicine, 1985-PresentDirector of Athletic Training Education, Assistant Professor of Exercise Science & Sports Medicine, 1985-Present SEATA President, SEATA President, Alabama Athletic Trainers’ Association President, Alabama Athletic Trainers’ Association President, NATA College & University Athletic Trainers’ Committee District IX Chair, NATA College & University Athletic Trainers’ Committee District IX Chair, NATA Inter-Associational Task Force on Sickle Cell Trait in Athletes, 2006NATA Inter-Associational Task Force on Sickle Cell Trait in Athletes, 2006 SEATA Honors & Awards Committee, SEATA Honors & Awards Committee, SEATA Athletic Training Student Symposium Co-FounderSEATA Athletic Training Student Symposium Co-Founder Alabama Board of Athletic Trainers, , Vice-Chairman, Alabama Board of Athletic Trainers, , Vice-Chairman, SEATA District Award, 1997SEATA District Award, 1997 NATA Athletic Training Service AwardNATA Athletic Training Service Award SEATA Education/Administration Award, 2001SEATA Education/Administration Award, 2001 NATA Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award, 2006NATA Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award, 2006 Alabama Athletic Trainers’ Hall of Fame, 2002Alabama Athletic Trainers’ Hall of Fame, SEATA Hall of Fame

90 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame Bob Goodwin Teacher/Athletic Trainer, Baker High School, Baker, LA, Teacher/Athletic Trainer, Baker High School, Baker, LA, Central High School Teacher/Athletic Trainer, Central High School Teacher/Athletic Trainer, Athletic Trainer, Southeastern Louisiana University, Athletic Trainer, Southeastern Louisiana University, Special Olympics World Games at LSU, 1983Special Olympics World Games at LSU, 1983 New Orleans Saints Training Camp, 1985New Orleans Saints Training Camp, 1985 Atlanta Falcons Training Camp, Atlanta Falcons Training Camp, Co-Host 1992 Olympic Trails, New OrleansCo-Host 1992 Olympic Trails, New Orleans Co-Host 1993 NCAA Track & Field Championships, New OrleansCo-Host 1993 NCAA Track & Field Championships, New Orleans Host Athletic Trainer & Co-Chairman, Medical Committee, Louisiana Special Olympic Games, Host Athletic Trainer & Co-Chairman, Medical Committee, Louisiana Special Olympic Games, Louisiana Governor’s Council on Physical Fitness, Louisiana Governor’s Council on Physical Fitness, Louisiana Athletic Trainers’ Association Director of Professional Education, Vice President, PresidentLouisiana Athletic Trainers’ Association Director of Professional Education, Vice President, President Louisiana Sports Medicine Society Charter Member, Jim Finks Award for Outstanding Contributions to Sports Medicine, 1999Louisiana Sports Medicine Society Charter Member, Jim Finks Award for Outstanding Contributions to Sports Medicine, 1999 LATA Hall of Fame Committee, 26 years, LATA Program Committee, 10 yearsLATA Hall of Fame Committee, 26 years, LATA Program Committee, 10 years SEATA Site Selection Committee, SEATA College & University Athletic Trainers Committee, SEATA History & Archives Committee, SEATA Hall of Fame CommitteeSEATA Site Selection Committee, SEATA College & University Athletic Trainers Committee, SEATA History & Archives Committee, SEATA Hall of Fame Committee Louisiana Athletic Trainers Hall of Fame, 1992Louisiana Athletic Trainers Hall of Fame, 1992 Southeastern Louisiana University Athletic Hall of Fame, 2006Southeastern Louisiana University Athletic Hall of Fame, 2006 SEATA District Award, 1999SEATA District Award, 1999 SEATA College/University Athletic Trainer Award, 2005SEATA College/University Athletic Trainer Award, SEATA Hall of Fame

91 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame David T. Green Director of Athletic Training, Tennessee Tech University, 1985-PresentDirector of Athletic Training, Tennessee Tech University, 1985-Present Student Athletic Trainer, Middle Tennessee State Univ., B.S. 1975Student Athletic Trainer, Middle Tennessee State Univ., B.S Graduate Assist. Athletic Trainer, Eastern Kentucky University, M.A. 1977Graduate Assist. Athletic Trainer, Eastern Kentucky University, M.A Paul G. Blazer High School in Ashland, KY, Paul G. Blazer High School in Ashland, KY, Eastern Kentucky University Assist. Athletic Trainer, Eastern Kentucky University Assist. Athletic Trainer, Tennessee Athletic Trainers' Society Vice-President, , President, Tennessee Athletic Trainers' Society Vice-President, , President, NATA Board of Certification District IX Rep NATA Board of Certification District IX Rep Ohio Valley Conference Athletic Trainers’ Association President, 1983, 1989, 1991Ohio Valley Conference Athletic Trainers’ Association President, 1983, 1989, 1991 SEATA Exhibits Chair, 1993-PresentSEATA Exhibits Chair, 1993-Present SEATA Site Selection Committee, 1993-PresentSEATA Site Selection Committee, 1993-Present 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta,1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta, NATA Annual Meeting & Clinical Symposium Co-Host, 2000NATA Annual Meeting & Clinical Symposium Co-Host, 2000 NATA Honors & Awards Committee Special Awards Subcommittee, 2005-PresentNATA Honors & Awards Committee Special Awards Subcommittee, 2005-Present TATS College Athletic Trainer of the Year, 1996TATS College Athletic Trainer of the Year, 1996 NATA Athletic Training Service Award, 1996NATA Athletic Training Service Award, 1996 TATS Hall of Fame, 2003TATS Hall of Fame, 2003 NATA Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer, 2003NATA Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer, 2003 TATS President’s Award of Merit, 2006TATS President’s Award of Merit, SEATA Hall of Fame

92 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame Frank Grimaldi, Jr. Student Athletic Trainer, Northern Illinois University, B.S., 1978, Graduate Assistant M.S. 1979Student Athletic Trainer, Northern Illinois University, B.S., 1978, Graduate Assistant M.S Athletic Trainer, United Township High School, Athletic Trainer, United Township High School, Athletic Trainer, University of Maryland, Athletic Trainer, University of Maryland, Athletic Trainer, University of Miami, Athletic Trainer, University of Miami, Athletic Trainer, Miami Sunset Senior High School, Athletic Trainer, Miami Sunset Senior High School, Masters in Medical Science, Nova Southeastern University, 2004Masters in Medical Science, Nova Southeastern University, 2004 Orthopedic Surgical Physician Assistant, Jewett Orthopaedic ClinicOrthopedic Surgical Physician Assistant, Jewett Orthopaedic Clinic Lacrosse World Cup, Perth, Australia, 1990Lacrosse World Cup, Perth, Australia, Olympic Games in Atlanta, GA1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta, GA Greek International Baseball Team “B” Pool International Baseball Championships in Hungry, 2002Greek International Baseball Team “B” Pool International Baseball Championships in Hungry, 2002 Quad Cities Athletic Trainers Assoc. Board of Directors, Quad Cities Athletic Trainers Assoc. Board of Directors, Athletic Trainers Association of Florida President, 1997 to 2001Athletic Trainers Association of Florida President, 1997 to 2001 SEATA President, SEATA President, ATAF High School Athletic Trainer of the Year, 1994ATAF High School Athletic Trainer of the Year, 1994 NATA Athletic Trainer Service Award, 1996NATA Athletic Trainer Service Award, 1996 ATAF Athletic Trainer of the Year, 1998ATAF Athletic Trainer of the Year, 1998 NATA Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award, 2000NATA Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award, 2000 SEATA Award of Merit, 2003SEATA Award of Merit, 2003 ATAF Hall of Fame, 2004ATAF Hall of Fame, SEATA Hall of Fame

93 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame MaryBeth Horodyski B.S. Lock Haven University, Ed.D. Columbia UniversityB.S. Lock Haven University, Ed.D. Columbia University Athletic Trainer, Iowa State, M.S. 1982Athletic Trainer, Iowa State, M.S Assistant Athletic Trainer & Head Athletic Trainer, US Military Academy, West Point, NY, 8 years,Assistant Athletic Trainer & Head Athletic Trainer, US Military Academy, West Point, NY, 8 years, Director Graduate Athletic Training Program, Director ofAthletic Training/Sports Medicine Outreach Program Univ. of FL, Director Graduate Athletic Training Program, Director ofAthletic Training/Sports Medicine Outreach Program Univ. of FL, Dept. of Orthopaedics & Rehabilitation, Univ. of Florida, 1997-PresentDept. of Orthopaedics & Rehabilitation, Univ. of Florida, 1997-Present Director of Research Dept. of Orthopaedics & Rehabilitation, Univ. of Florida, 2002-PresentDirector of Research Dept. of Orthopaedics & Rehabilitation, Univ. of Florida, 2002-Present New York Athletic Trainers Association Regional RepresentativeNew York Athletic Trainers Association Regional Representative Florida High School State Track Meet Medical Coordinator, 4 years, State Football Championships, 3 yearsFlorida High School State Track Meet Medical Coordinator, 4 years, State Football Championships, 3 years SEATA Executive Board, 11 years, SEATA President, 2006-PresentSEATA Executive Board, 11 years, SEATA President, 2006-Present SEATA Research & Education Committee Co-Chair, 3 yearsSEATA Research & Education Committee Co-Chair, 3 years SEATA Secretary/Treasurer, 5 years, SEATA Treasurer, 4 yearsSEATA Secretary/Treasurer, 5 years, SEATA Treasurer, 4 years NATA Graduate Education Committee, 7 yearsNATA Graduate Education Committee, 7 years NATA Secretary/Treasurer Committee, 9 yearsNATA Secretary/Treasurer Committee, 9 years Journal of Athletic Training Editorial BoardJournal of Athletic Training Editorial Board NATA Foundation Florida State Representative, 6 yearsNATA Foundation Florida State Representative, 6 years NATA Foundation Public Relations Chair, 2006-PresentNATA Foundation Public Relations Chair, 2006-Present SEATA Award of Merit, 2006SEATA Award of Merit, 2006 SEATA District IX Award, 2002SEATA District IX Award, 2002 NATA Service Award, 2000NATA Service Award, 2000 ATAF College/Professional Athletic Trainer of the Year Award, 1997ATAF College/Professional Athletic Trainer of the Year Award, 1997 NATA Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award, 2004NATA Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award, 2004 ATAF Hall of Fame, 2004ATAF Hall of Fame, SEATA Hall of Fame

94 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame Chuck Kimmel Student Athletic Trainer, B.S. University of KentuckyStudent Athletic Trainer, B.S. University of Kentucky Assistant Athletic Trainer, East Tennessee State University M.S.Assistant Athletic Trainer, East Tennessee State University M.S. Head Athletic Trainer, Austin Peay State University, , Assistant Athletics Director, Head Athletic Trainer, Austin Peay State University, , Assistant Athletics Director, Injury Clinic Director & Instructor, Appalachian St. Univ., 2007-PresentInjury Clinic Director & Instructor, Appalachian St. Univ., 2007-Present SEATA Exhibits Chairman, SEATA Exhibits Chairman, Tennessee Athletic Trainers' Society President, Tennessee Athletic Trainers' Society President, SEATA Secretary/Treasurer, ,SEATA Secretary/Treasurer, , SEATA President, SEATA President, NATA District IX Director, ,NATA District IX Director, , NATA Secretary/Treasurer, 2001NATA Secretary/Treasurer, 2001 NATA Board liaison to College/University Athletic Trainers’, College/University Student Athletic Trainers’ & Convention committeesNATA Board liaison to College/University Athletic Trainers’, College/University Student Athletic Trainers’ & Convention committees NATA Co-Chair Convention Host Committee Convention, 2000NATA Co-Chair Convention Host Committee Convention, 2000 NATA President, 2004-PresentNATA President, 2004-Present SEATA District Award,SEATA District Award, TATS College Athletic Trainer of the Year, 1991TATS College Athletic Trainer of the Year, 1991 NATA Athletic Training Service Award, 1997NATA Athletic Training Service Award, 1997 NATA Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer, 2002NATA Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer, 2002 TATS Hall of Fame, 2002, TATS President’s Award of Merit, 2005TATS Hall of Fame, 2002, TATS President’s Award of Merit, 2005 SEATA Award of Merit, 2005SEATA Award of Merit, 2005 Austin Peay State University Athletic Hall of Fame, 2006Austin Peay State University Athletic Hall of Fame, SEATA Hall of Fame

95 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame James H. “Jim” Mackie B.S. University of Florida, 1974B.S. University of Florida, 1974 M.S. Eastern Kentucky University, 1975M.S. Eastern Kentucky University, 1975 Assistant Athletic Trainer, University of Florida, Assistant Athletic Trainer, University of Florida, Braintree Hospital Outpatient & Sports Medicine and Brockton High School, Braintree Hospital Outpatient & Sports Medicine and Brockton High School, Riverside Hospital & Baptist\St. Vincent’s Health System, Riverside Hospital & Baptist\St. Vincent’s Health System, HealthSouth Rehabilitation & Sports Medicine, HealthSouth Rehabilitation & Sports Medicine, St. Vincent’s Rehab & Sports Medicine, 2002-PresentSt. Vincent’s Rehab & Sports Medicine, 2002-Present 1996 Olympics in Atlanta1996 Olympics in Atlanta GATE River Run, Jacksonville Marathon, PGA-MS 150 Bike Tour, Hoop It UpGATE River Run, Jacksonville Marathon, PGA-MS 150 Bike Tour, Hoop It Up NATA Placement Committee, Public Relations CommitteeNATA Placement Committee, Public Relations Committee SEATA Backbone Award, 1985SEATA Backbone Award, 1985 NATA Athletic Training Service Award, 1997NATA Athletic Training Service Award, 1997 NATA Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award, 2004NATA Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award, 2004 SEATA District Award, 2006SEATA District Award, 2006 Athletic Trainers Association of Florida, President, 6 years, Vice- President, 2 yearsAthletic Trainers Association of Florida, President, 6 years, Vice- President, 2 years ATAF Hall of Fame, 1999ATAF Hall of Fame, 1999 SEATA Secretary, SEATA Secretary, SEATA Treasurer, 2006-PresentSEATA Treasurer, 2006-Present 2008 SEATA Hall of Fame

96 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame James L. “Jay” Shoop B.S. East Tennessee State University, 1970B.S. East Tennessee State University, 1970 Head Athletic Trainer, Furman University, , M.S. 1976Head Athletic Trainer, Furman University, , M.S Assistant Athletic Trainer, Atlanta Falcons, Assistant Athletic Trainer, Atlanta Falcons, Head Athletic Trainer, Detroit Lions, Head Athletic Trainer, Detroit Lions, Director of Sports Medicine, Georgia Tech, 2002-PresentDirector of Sports Medicine, Georgia Tech, 2002-Present Director of Sports Med., Head Athletic Trainer, Georgia Tech, Director of Sports Med., Head Athletic Trainer, Georgia Tech, Head Athletic Trainer, NFL's Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Head Athletic Trainer, NFL's Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Head Athletic Trainer, USFL Michigan Panthers, Head Athletic Trainer, USFL Michigan Panthers, Chief Athletic Trainer, Olympic Village 1996 Centennial Olympic GamesChief Athletic Trainer, Olympic Village 1996 Centennial Olympic Games Head Athletic Trainer, 1994 Goodwill GamesHead Athletic Trainer, 1994 Goodwill Games SEATA Annual Clinical Symposium Program Chair, SEATA Annual Clinical Symposium Program Chair, NATA History & Archives Committee District IX Rep.NATA History & Archives Committee District IX Rep. SEATA History & Archives CommitteeSEATA History & Archives Committee NATA Ethics Committee, NATA Ethics Committee, NATA Reimbursement Committee, NATA Reimbursement Committee, Atlantic Coast Conference Sports Medicine Society PresidentAtlantic Coast Conference Sports Medicine Society President Author, History of the Southeast Athletic Trainers Association, 1988Author, History of the Southeast Athletic Trainers Association, 1988 NATA Annual Meeting Co-Host, 2006NATA Annual Meeting Co-Host, 2006 SEATA Award of Merit, 1998SEATA Award of Merit, 1998 East Tennessee State University Athletic Hall of Fame, 2002East Tennessee State University Athletic Hall of Fame, 2002 NATA Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award, 2004NATA Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award, 2004 Georgia Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame, 2007Georgia Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame, SEATA Hall of Fame

97 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame Jerry Lynn Robertson Student Athletic Trainer, East Tennessee State Univ., , B.S.Student Athletic Trainer, East Tennessee State Univ., , B.S. Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer, Mississippi State Univ., 1965, M.Ed.Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer, Mississippi State Univ., 1965, M.Ed. Head Athletic Trainer, East Tennessee State University, Head Athletic Trainer, East Tennessee State University, Director of Watauga Orthopaedics Sports Medicine Foundation, Johnson City, TN, 2003-PresentDirector of Watauga Orthopaedics Sports Medicine Foundation, Johnson City, TN, 2003-Present SEATA President of SEATA, SEATA President of SEATA, District IX Director, District IX Director, NATA Liaison Public Relations, Secondary Schools, & ScholarshipsNATA Liaison Public Relations, Secondary Schools, & Scholarships NATA National Membership Committee, NATA National Membership Committee, NATA News editorial advisorNATA News editorial advisor Tennessee Committee for State LicensureTennessee Committee for State Licensure State High School Committee for Athletic TrainersState High School Committee for Athletic Trainers ETSU Jerry Robertson Scholarship Award, 1981ETSU Jerry Robertson Scholarship Award, 1981 East Tennessee State University Pirate Club Hall of Fame,East Tennessee State University Pirate Club Hall of Fame, East Tennessee State University Distinguished Faculty Award, 1995East Tennessee State University Distinguished Faculty Award, 1995 Jerry Robertson BucSports Athletic Medicine Center was named in his honor, 2002Jerry Robertson BucSports Athletic Medicine Center was named in his honor, 2002 TATS College Athletic Trainer of the Year Award, 1990TATS College Athletic Trainer of the Year Award, 1990 TATS Hall of Fame, 1995TATS Hall of Fame, 1995 Fellowship of Christian Athletes Julian Crocker Influence Award, 1994Fellowship of Christian Athletes Julian Crocker Influence Award, 1994 NATA 25 Year Award, 1990NATA 25 Year Award, 1990 SEATA Award of Merit, 1994SEATA Award of Merit, 1994 NATA Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award, 1997NATA Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award, SEATA Hall of Fame

98 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame 2009 SEATA Hall of Fame Steve MooreSteve Moore Dave PursleyDave Pursley Eugene SmithEugene Smith Keith WebsterKeith Webster Roy Don WilsonRoy Don Wilson

99 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame Steve Moore B.S., University of Vermont, 1962, M.S., Indiana University, 1964B.S., University of Vermont, 1962, M.S., Indiana University, 1964 Athletic Trainer, Miami Marlins minor league Baseball Team, 1964Athletic Trainer, Miami Marlins minor league Baseball Team, 1964 Began as Assistant Athletics Trainer, Indiana University, 1964Began as Assistant Athletics Trainer, Indiana University, 1964 First fill-time Athletics Trainer, Tennessee Tech, First fill-time Athletics Trainer, Tennessee Tech, Outreach Athletic Trainer, Cookeville Sportsmedicine & Therapy Center & Columbia Sports Medicine in Nashville, Outreach Athletic Trainer, Cookeville Sportsmedicine & Therapy Center & Columbia Sports Medicine in Nashville, Part-time EMT for the Putnam County EMS, Part-time EMT for the Putnam County EMS, Organized the Upper Cumberland Stroke Support GroupOrganized the Upper Cumberland Stroke Support Group SEATA Secretary/Treasurer, 1968 to 1980SEATA Secretary/Treasurer, 1968 to 1980 SEATA Service AwardSEATA Service Award NATA 25 Year Award, 1989NATA 25 Year Award, 1989 Tennessee Athletic Trainers’ Society Hall of Fame, 2000Tennessee Athletic Trainers’ Society Hall of Fame, 2000 Tennessee Tech Athletic Hall of Fame, 2003Tennessee Tech Athletic Hall of Fame, SEATA Hall of Fame

100 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame Dave Pursley Began as a high school Student Athletic TrainerBegan as a high school Student Athletic Trainer Athletic Trainer at Evansville and Clemson collegesAthletic Trainer at Evansville and Clemson colleges 10 years in the minor leagues10 years in the minor leagues 42 years ( ) Milwaukee/Atlanta Braves42 years ( ) Milwaukee/Atlanta Braves 5 World Series appearances5 World Series appearances 1 World Series Championship1 World Series Championship 4 All Star games (1972, 1983, 1991, and 2000)4 All Star games (1972, 1983, 1991, and 2000) All Star Tour in JapanAll Star Tour in Japan Atlanta Summer Olympics, 1996Atlanta Summer Olympics, 1996 Charter member PBATSCharter member PBATS A founding father, GATAA founding father, GATA Pivotal role in Georgia licensing requirements & lawPivotal role in Georgia licensing requirements & law Georgia Board of Athletic TrainersGeorgia Board of Athletic Trainers Turner Field Athletic Training Room renamed "Pursley's Place”, August 2002Turner Field Athletic Training Room renamed "Pursley's Place”, August 2002 Inaugural inductee, GATA Hall of Fame, 2004Inaugural inductee, GATA Hall of Fame, 2004 NATA 25 Year Award, 1995NATA 25 Year Award, 1995 NATA Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer, 2004NATA Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer, 2004 NATA Hall of Fame, 2008NATA Hall of Fame, 2008 PBATS Presidents Award, 2008PBATS Presidents Award, SEATA Hall of Fame

101 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame Eugene Smith Sterling College, B.S., 1949, M.S. University of Indiana, 1954Sterling College, B.S., 1949, M.S. University of Indiana, 1954 Assistant Coach, Bazine, Kansas High School, Assistant Coach, Bazine, Kansas High School, Assistant Coach, Great Bend, Kansas High School, 1954Assistant Coach, Great Bend, Kansas High School, 1954 Athletic Trainer, Palo Duro High School, Amarillo, TX, Athletic Trainer, Palo Duro High School, Amarillo, TX, Head Athletic Trainer, Professor of Physical Education, Memphis State University, Head Athletic Trainer, Professor of Physical Education, Memphis State University, SEATA Vice-Director, SEATA Vice-Director, District IX Director, District IX Director, Chaired NATA Convention in St. LouisChaired NATA Convention in St. Louis Athletic Trainer, American All-Stars, toured China, 1974Athletic Trainer, American All-Stars, toured China, 1974 Major force for Tennessee athletic training legislation, late 1970'sMajor force for Tennessee athletic training legislation, late 1970's Memphis State University Athletic Hall of Fame, 1979Memphis State University Athletic Hall of Fame, 1979 Doc Smith Scholarship Fund for Student Athletic Trainers establishedDoc Smith Scholarship Fund for Student Athletic Trainers established TATS Hall of Fame, 1995TATS Hall of Fame, 1995 TATS Eugene Smith/Mickey O’Brien College Athletic Trainer of the Year named in his honorTATS Eugene Smith/Mickey O’Brien College Athletic Trainer of the Year named in his honor 2009 SEATA Hall of Fame

102 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame Keith Webster B.S., University of Kentucky, 1978, M.A. Morehead State University, 1985B.S., University of Kentucky, 1978, M.A. Morehead State University, 1985 First Head Athletic Trainer, Centre College, First Head Athletic Trainer, Centre College, Assistant Athletic Trainer, University of Florida, Assistant Athletic Trainer, University of Florida, Head Athletic Trainer, Morehead State University, Head Athletic Trainer, Morehead State University, Director of Sports Relations, Hughston Sports Medicine Foundation, Director of Sports Relations, Hughston Sports Medicine Foundation, Head Athletic Trainer, University of Kentucky, 1997 to presentHead Athletic Trainer, University of Kentucky, 1997 to present KATS & GATA Vice President & PresidentKATS & GATA Vice President & President Chair KATS & GATA Numerous CommitteesChair KATS & GATA Numerous Committees SEATA Annual Student Symposium Program Director, 1995, 1997SEATA Annual Student Symposium Program Director, 1995, 1997 Collegiate Sports Medicine Foundation Advisory Board, Collegiate Sports Medicine Foundation Advisory Board, NATA GAC, District IX Representative, , Chair, NATA GAC, District IX Representative, , Chair, Charter Member, NATA LIME TeamCharter Member, NATA LIME Team Charter Member, NATA Reimbursement Advisory Group, Charter Member, NATA Reimbursement Advisory Group, NATA Educational Multimedia Committee, NATA Educational Multimedia Committee, BOC Test Site Administrator, BOC Test Site Administrator, SEATA Research and Education Committee, SEATA Research and Education Committee, SEATA Convention Site Selection Committee, SEATA Convention Site Selection Committee, District IX NATAPAC Committee Chair, 2007-presentDistrict IX NATAPAC Committee Chair, 2007-present NATA Political Action Committee (PAC) Board of DirectorsNATA Political Action Committee (PAC) Board of Directors NATA 25 Year Award, 2000, NATA Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award, 2004NATA 25 Year Award, 2000, NATA Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award, 2004 SEATA District Award, 1996, SEATA Award of Merit, 2007SEATA District Award, 1996, SEATA Award of Merit, 2007 BOC Inaugural Public Advocacy Award, 2007BOC Inaugural Public Advocacy Award, SEATA Hall of Fame

103 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame Roy Don Wilson B.S., Texas A & M University, 1964B.S., Texas A & M University, 1964 Head Athletic Trainer, Ector High School, Odessa, TX, Head Athletic Trainer, Ector High School, Odessa, TX, Assistant Athletic Trainer, Florida State University, Assistant Athletic Trainer, Florida State University, Head Athletic Trainer, The Citadel, Head Athletic Trainer, The Citadel, Head Athletic Trainer, University of Kentucky, Head Athletic Trainer, University of Kentucky, Head Athletic Trainer, University of Southwestern Louisiana, Head Athletic Trainer, University of Southwestern Louisiana, Director, Sport Medicine Clinic, Lexington, KY, Director, Sport Medicine Clinic, Lexington, KY, Head Athletic Trainer, Houston Gamblers (USFL), Head Athletic Trainer, Houston Gamblers (USFL), Director, Houston Clinic for Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation, Director, Houston Clinic for Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation, Director/Partner, Sports Rehab Clinic of Houston, Director/Partner, Sports Rehab Clinic of Houston, SEATA Annual Meeting Program Co-Chair, , Chair, SEATA Annual Meeting Program Co-Chair, , Chair, SEATA Executive Committee, KY Representative, 1975, LA Representative, 1977SEATA Executive Committee, KY Representative, 1975, LA Representative, 1977 SEATA Vice-Director, , President, SEATA Vice-Director, , President, District IX Director, District IX Director, Legislative Committee Chair, KATS & LATALegislative Committee Chair, KATS & LATA First Vice-President SWATA, President, First Vice-President SWATA, President, First Chair, NATA Clinical Athletic Trainers Committee, 1987First Chair, NATA Clinical Athletic Trainers Committee, 1987 Interim President, Greater Houston Athletic Trainers’ Society, 1988Interim President, Greater Houston Athletic Trainers’ Society, 1988 SWATA Hall of Fame, 1996, SWATA established Roy Don Wilson Memorial ScholarshipSWATA Hall of Fame, 1996, SWATA established Roy Don Wilson Memorial Scholarship LATA Hall of Fame, 1999LATA Hall of Fame, 1999 KATS Hall of Fame, 2006KATS Hall of Fame, SEATA Hall of Fame

104 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame 2010 SEATA Hall of Fame Lori GrooverLori Groover Gary WilkersonGary Wilkerson

105 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame Lori Groover B.S., Valdosta State (College) UniversityB.S., Valdosta State (College) University Athletic Trainer, Candler Sports Medicine and Memorial Sports Medicine, South Effingham High School in Savannah, Woodward Academy, Physician Extender Fellow at University Orthopaedics, Assistant Professor and Coordinator of Health Sciences at Nicholls State UniversityAthletic Trainer, Candler Sports Medicine and Memorial Sports Medicine, South Effingham High School in Savannah, Woodward Academy, Physician Extender Fellow at University Orthopaedics, Assistant Professor and Coordinator of Health Sciences at Nicholls State University GATA High School Committee ChairGATA High School Committee Chair GATA Vice President, 2003 – 2005GATA Vice President, 2003 – 2005 GATA President, GATA President, SEATA Secretary, 2006 – 2009SEATA Secretary, 2006 – 2009 SEATA Elections Committee ChairSEATA Elections Committee Chair SEATA Website & Newsletter (Communications) CommitteeSEATA Website & Newsletter (Communications) Committee GATA Representative to SEATA Public Relations CommitteeGATA Representative to SEATA Public Relations Committee Sports Medicine Advisory Committee,Georgia High School AssociationSports Medicine Advisory Committee,Georgia High School Association Volunteer Team Leader, 2006 NATA Annual Meeting in AtlantaVolunteer Team Leader, 2006 NATA Annual Meeting in Atlanta Nicholls State University Student Leadership & Professionalism Award named in her honor, 2009Nicholls State University Student Leadership & Professionalism Award named in her honor, 2009 GATA Scholarship Program named in her memory, 2010GATA Scholarship Program named in her memory, SEATA Hall of Fame

106 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame Gary Wilkerson B.S., Eastern Kentucky University, 1978, M.S., University of Arizona, 1979, EdD, University of Kentucky, 1989B.S., Eastern Kentucky University, 1978, M.S., University of Arizona, 1979, EdD, University of Kentucky, 1989 Athletic Trainer, Amphitheater High School (Tucson, AZ), Centre College (Danville, KY), Trover Clinic (Madisonville, KY), BioKinetics Therapy & Training (Paducah, KY) and Professor, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, since 2000Athletic Trainer, Amphitheater High School (Tucson, AZ), Centre College (Danville, KY), Trover Clinic (Madisonville, KY), BioKinetics Therapy & Training (Paducah, KY) and Professor, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, since 2000 NATA Post-Professional Education Committee, 6 yearsNATA Post-Professional Education Committee, 6 years NATA Fellows Selection Council memberNATA Fellows Selection Council member Journal of Athletic Training Editorial Board 10 years,Journal of Athletic Training Editorial Board 10 years, Editor-in-Chief of Athletic Therapy Today, 8 yearsEditor-in-Chief of Athletic Therapy Today, 8 years SEATA Research & Education Committee member 10 years, 6 as chairSEATA Research & Education Committee member 10 years, 6 as chair SEATA Athletic Training Student Symposium Faculty, 10 yearsSEATA Athletic Training Student Symposium Faculty, 10 years Chair, SEATA Athletic Training Educators’ Conferences Poster Abstract Subcommittee, past 2 yearsChair, SEATA Athletic Training Educators’ Conferences Poster Abstract Subcommittee, past 2 years TATS Rep,, SEATA Clinical & Emerging Practices Committee, 8 yearsTATS Rep,, SEATA Clinical & Emerging Practices Committee, 8 years Numerous presentations, national & international professional conferencesNumerous presentations, national & international professional conferences Published in Journal of Athletic Training, American Journal of Sports Medicine, Foot & Ankle International, Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, The Physician and Sportsmedicine, Journal of Sport Rehabilitation, and Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical TherapyPublished in Journal of Athletic Training, American Journal of Sports Medicine, Foot & Ankle International, Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, The Physician and Sportsmedicine, Journal of Sport Rehabilitation, and Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy SEATA District Award (2007), NATA Athletic Training Service Award (2006), NATA Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award (2007), NATA Fellow (2008)SEATA District Award (2007), NATA Athletic Training Service Award (2006), NATA Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award (2007), NATA Fellow (2008) 2010 SEATA Hall of Fame

107 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame 2011 SEATA Hall of Fame Marisa BrunettMarisa Brunett Ron CoursonRon Courson Ken WrightKen Wright

108 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame Marisa Brunett B.S., West Virginia University, M.S., Florida State UniversityB.S., West Virginia University, M.S., Florida State University Chair, SEATA Public Relations Committee, District IX Representative to NATA Public Relations CommitteeChair, SEATA Public Relations Committee, District IX Representative to NATA Public Relations Committee Chair, SEATA Annual Symposium Oversight Committee & Symposium Site Selection CommitteeChair, SEATA Annual Symposium Oversight Committee & Symposium Site Selection Committee NATA Convention Program Committee Project TeamNATA Convention Program Committee Project Team NATA Governance Task ForceNATA Governance Task Force BOC Examiner & Test Site AdministratorBOC Examiner & Test Site Administrator ATAF President & Vice-PresidentATAF President & Vice-President Gatorade High School Athletic Trainer Advisory BoardGatorade High School Athletic Trainer Advisory Board SEATA Vice-President SEATA Vice-President Florida Department of Health’s Council of Athletic Training, Florida Department of Health’s Council of Athletic Training, Local Medical Coordinator & East Team Head Athletic Trainer, 2011 Annual East West Shrine Game, Orlando, FLLocal Medical Coordinator & East Team Head Athletic Trainer, 2011 Annual East West Shrine Game, Orlando, FL Orange County Public Schools Athletic Trainer Advisory CommitteeOrange County Public Schools Athletic Trainer Advisory Committee 2008 SEATA District Award, 2007 BOC “Dan Liberia Service Award”, 2002 NATA “Athletic Trainer Service Award2008 SEATA District Award, 2007 BOC “Dan Liberia Service Award”, 2002 NATA “Athletic Trainer Service Award ATAF Hall of Fame, 2008, ATAF Athletic Trainer of the Year Award 2002 & 1997, ATAF Presidential Backbone Award 1998, ATAF “Clinical/Industrial Athletic Trainer of the Year, 1992ATAF Hall of Fame, 2008, ATAF Athletic Trainer of the Year Award 2002 & 1997, ATAF Presidential Backbone Award 1998, ATAF “Clinical/Industrial Athletic Trainer of the Year, SEATA Hall of Fame

109 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame Ron Courson B.S., Samford University, M.S., University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, P.T., Medical College of GeorgiaB.S., Samford University, M.S., University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, P.T., Medical College of Georgia Athletic trainer/physical therapist, Samford University, Director of Rehabilitation, University of Alabama, , Director of Sports Medicine, University of Georgia since 1995Athletic trainer/physical therapist, Samford University, Director of Rehabilitation, University of Alabama, , Director of Sports Medicine, University of Georgia since 1995 Olympic Games - Seoul, South Korea; 1990 Goodwill Games - Seattle; 1987 World University Games - Zagreb, Yugoslavia, 1987 Pan American Games – Indianapolis; 1992 Olympic Games -Barcelona, SpainOlympic Games - Seoul, South Korea; 1990 Goodwill Games - Seattle; 1987 World University Games - Zagreb, Yugoslavia, 1987 Pan American Games – Indianapolis; 1992 Olympic Games -Barcelona, Spain Co-author, NATA Position Statements on Emergency Preparation, Exertional Heat Illness, Management of Sudden Cardiac Arrest and Management of Head and Cervical spine injuriesCo-author, NATA Position Statements on Emergency Preparation, Exertional Heat Illness, Management of Sudden Cardiac Arrest and Management of Head and Cervical spine injuries Chief Athletic Trainer 1996 U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials & Track and Field - Atlanta Committee Olympic Games (ACOG)Chief Athletic Trainer 1996 U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials & Track and Field - Atlanta Committee Olympic Games (ACOG) NCAA Competitive Safeguards & Medical Aspects of Sports Committee. Past president, Southeastern Conference Sports Medicine Committee Chair, NATA College and University Athletic Trainers' CommitteeNCAA Competitive Safeguards & Medical Aspects of Sports Committee. Past president, Southeastern Conference Sports Medicine Committee Chair, NATA College and University Athletic Trainers' Committee NATA Liaison, American Football Coaches AssociationNATA Liaison, American Football Coaches Association Past President, Alabama Athletic Trainers’ AssociationPast President, Alabama Athletic Trainers’ Association Past Chair, Alabama Board of Athletic TrainersPast Chair, Alabama Board of Athletic Trainers 2011 SEATA Hall of Fame

110 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame Ken Wright B.S., Eastern Kentucky University, 1974, M.S., Syracuse University, 1976, DA, Middle Tennessee State University, 1984B.S., Eastern Kentucky University, 1974, M.S., Syracuse University, 1976, DA, Middle Tennessee State University, 1984 Head Athletic Trainer, Morehead State University ( ) University of North Carolina at Charlotte ( ), Program Director in Athletic Training and Professor of Sports Management, University of Alabama, since 1988Head Athletic Trainer, Morehead State University ( ) University of North Carolina at Charlotte ( ), Program Director in Athletic Training and Professor of Sports Management, University of Alabama, since 1988 NATA Educational Multimedia Committee member & chairNATA Educational Multimedia Committee member & chair SEATA Athletic Training Student Symposium FacultySEATA Athletic Training Student Symposium Faculty Initiated SEATA Athletic Training Student Competencies WorkshopInitiated SEATA Athletic Training Student Competencies Workshop JRC-AT Site Visitor, Education CouncilJRC-AT Site Visitor, Education Council Sports Medicine Evaluation Series of videosSports Medicine Evaluation Series of videos Sports Medicine Taping videosSports Medicine Taping videos Editorial Boards - Journal of Athletic Training, Physical Therapy in Sports & Sports Medicine UpdateEditorial Boards - Journal of Athletic Training, Physical Therapy in Sports & Sports Medicine Update Basic Athletic Training, 5th ed. & Preventive Techniques: Taping/ Wrapping Techniques and Protective Devices, 3 rd ed, Sports InjuriesBasic Athletic Training, 5th ed. & Preventive Techniques: Taping/ Wrapping Techniques and Protective Devices, 3 rd ed, Sports Injuries Numerous presentations, national & international professional conferencesNumerous presentations, national & international professional conferences 2002 & 2010 Olympic & Paralympics Winter games, Salt Lake City & Vancouver2002 & 2010 Olympic & Paralympics Winter games, Salt Lake City & Vancouver Sayers "Bud" Miller Distinguished Educator of the Year Award (2000), NATA Athletic Training Service Award (1996), NATA Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award (2006)Sayers "Bud" Miller Distinguished Educator of the Year Award (2000), NATA Athletic Training Service Award (1996), NATA Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award (2006) 2011 SEATA Hall of Fame

111 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame 2012 SEATA Hall of Fame Mike FerraraMike Ferrara Tim McLaneTim McLane

112 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame Mike Ferrara Ph.D., Penn State University, M.S., Michigan State University, B.S., Ithaca College.Ph.D., Penn State University, M.S., Michigan State University, B.S., Ithaca College. Associate Dean of Research & Professor in Kinesiology, College of Education, University of Georgia, Program Director of Athletic Training, University of Georgia since 1988Associate Dean of Research & Professor in Kinesiology, College of Education, University of Georgia, Program Director of Athletic Training, University of Georgia since 1988 Published extensively on sport-related concussion & exertional heat illnessPublished extensively on sport-related concussion & exertional heat illness Director of Medical Services 1992 Barcelona Paralympic Games & U.S. Disabled Sports Team, World Athletics Championships (1994)Director of Medical Services 1992 Barcelona Paralympic Games & U.S. Disabled Sports Team, World Athletics Championships (1994) Atlanta Paralympic Games Director of Medical Operations ( )Atlanta Paralympic Games Director of Medical Operations ( ) Athletic Trainer, 1990 World Games, 1987 Pan American Games, 1985 Olympic Festival, 1983 World University Games & 1982 National Sports FestivalAthletic Trainer, 1990 World Games, 1987 Pan American Games, 1985 Olympic Festival, 1983 World University Games & 1982 National Sports Festival Numerous presentations, national & international professional conferences including Japan, China, and EuropeNumerous presentations, national & international professional conferences including Japan, China, and Europe President, World Federation of Athletic Training and TherapyPresident, World Federation of Athletic Training and Therapy Board of Certification memberBoard of Certification member NATA Hall of Fame (2009), NATA Fellow (2008), NATA Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award (2003), NATA Educational Council Sayers "Bud" Miller Distinguished Educator Award (2001)NATA Hall of Fame (2009), NATA Fellow (2008), NATA Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award (2003), NATA Educational Council Sayers "Bud" Miller Distinguished Educator Award (2001) National Academy of Kinesiology Fellow (2003)National Academy of Kinesiology Fellow (2003) 2010 Fulbright Scholar to Ireland2010 Fulbright Scholar to Ireland SEATA Education Administration Award (2006)SEATA Education Administration Award (2006) 2012 SEATA Hall of Fame

113 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame Tim McLane Attended Case Western Reserve University, graduated from University of FloridaAttended Case Western Reserve University, graduated from University of Florida Manager of Athletic Training, Georgia Health Sciences University Sports Medicine Center in Augusta, GAManager of Athletic Training, Georgia Health Sciences University Sports Medicine Center in Augusta, GA Helped establish Student Injury Care Center at University of Florida for intramural athletesHelped establish Student Injury Care Center at University of Florida for intramural athletes Began Sports Medicine Program, St. Vincent’s Medical Center, JacksonvilleBegan Sports Medicine Program, St. Vincent’s Medical Center, Jacksonville Helped form & pass Athletic Training legislation in FloridaHelped form & pass Athletic Training legislation in Florida SEATA Governmental Affairs CommitteeSEATA Governmental Affairs Committee NATA Governmental Affairs CommitteeNATA Governmental Affairs Committee Chair, NATA Reimbursement Advisory GroupChair, NATA Reimbursement Advisory Group First Chair, Board of Athletic Trainers in FloridaFirst Chair, Board of Athletic Trainers in Florida 1996 Olympics ACOG1996 Olympics ACOG USA Gymnastics Medical Staff since 1996USA Gymnastics Medical Staff since 1996 World University Games, ThailandWorld University Games, Thailand ATAF Hall of Fame (2004), NATA Athletic Trainer Service Award (2000), ATAF Recognition for Legislative efforts & success (1996), ATAF Athletic Trainer of the Year (1995), ATAF Clinical/Industrial Athletic Trainer of the Year (1993)ATAF Hall of Fame (2004), NATA Athletic Trainer Service Award (2000), ATAF Recognition for Legislative efforts & success (1996), ATAF Athletic Trainer of the Year (1995), ATAF Clinical/Industrial Athletic Trainer of the Year (1993) 2012 SEATA Hall of Fame

114 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame 2013 SEATA Hall of Fame Crandall WoodsonCrandall Woodson

115 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame Crandall Woodson 1st student athletic trainer at Sturgis High School in 19731st student athletic trainer at Sturgis High School in 1973 BS, Mississippi State UniversityBS, Mississippi State University MS, Murray State UniversityMS, Murray State University Emergency Medical TechnicianEmergency Medical Technician Head Athletic Trainer, B/C All Star Basketball Camps in GA, IN & MDHead Athletic Trainer, B/C All Star Basketball Camps in GA, IN & MD Assistant Athletic Trainer, Georgia Tech, Assistant Athletic Trainer, Georgia Tech, Distributor for BregDistributor for Breg Distributor for BledsoeDistributor for Bledsoe 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta SEATA Honors & Awards Committee, , Chair since 1992SEATA Honors & Awards Committee, , Chair since 1992 NATA Hall of Fame SubcommitteeNATA Hall of Fame Subcommittee NATA Specialty Awards SubcommitteeNATA Specialty Awards Subcommittee SEATA Backbone Award, 1992SEATA Backbone Award, 1992 Athletic Trainer for the movie “Remember the Titans”Athletic Trainer for the movie “Remember the Titans” Distributor of the Year HonorsDistributor of the Year Honors 2013 SEATA Hall of Fame

116 Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association 2013 Tim Kerin Memorial Awards Reception and SEATA Hall of Fame Induction Special Thanks to Skeeter Schuessler Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association


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