Athletic Training Staff / Visiting Team Information

Barclay Dugger, M.Ed., ATC, LAT
Coordinator of Athletic Training Services
rdugger@springfieldcollege.edu
Faculty (413) 748-3650

Wayne Rodrigues, M.Ed., ATC, LAT

Coordinator of Athletic Injury Rehabilitation
wrodrigu@springfieldcollege.edu
Faculty (413) 748-3188

Mary Barnum, Ed.D., M.Ed., ATC, LAT

Athletic Training Education Program Director
mbarnum@springfieldcollege.edu
Faculty (413) 748-3763

Sue Guyer, D.P.E., ATC, LAT
Coordinator of Clinical Education
mguyer@springfieldcollege.edu

Faculty (413) 748-3404

Tom Dodge, Ph.D. ATC, LAT, CSCS

Assistant Athletic Trainer
tdodge@springfieldcollege.edu
Faculty (413) 748-3563

Brett Winston, MS, ATC, LAT
Assistant Athletic Trainer/Faculty
bwinston@springfieldcollege.edu
Faculty (413) 748-5417

 

Graduate Teaching Fellow Athletic Trainers

Matt Campbell MS, ATC, LAT
Sarah Cook, MS, ATC, LAT
Paige Goodman, ATC, LAT
Kelvin Phan, MS, ATC, LAT
Julie Lovely, ATC, LAT
Samantha Shirley, ATC, LAT
Phil Szlosek, MS, ATC, LAT

Team Physician
A physician will be present at all football games.

Services Available

Staff Coverage:
A Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC) will be on site at all contests or within the athletic facility for matches/meets involving Springfield College athletic teams. All hosted post-season play and championships will have a Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC) on site.

Athletic Training Room:
Located in the Physical Education Complex, lower level. Pre-event taping and wrapping will be performed provided visiting team notifies our staff 24 hours in advance and provide all supplies needed. To contact the AT staff, call (413)748-3406.

Treatments:
Ice packs, ice cups, and ice baths are available upon request. Modalities such as, Hydrocollator packs, Whirlpools, Ultrasound and Electric Stimulation may be utilized by the Certified Athletic Trainer traveling with the team.

Athletic Training Services at Springfield College:

IF A CERTIFIED ATHLETIC TRAINER IS NOT TRAVELING WITH YOUR TEAM TO SPRINGFIELD COLLEGE, A WRITTEN NOTE FROM THE ATHLETIC TRAINER OR PRESCRIPTION FROM A PHYSICIAN WILL BE NEEDED FOR THE SPRINGFIELD COLLEGE ATHLETIC TRAINING STAFF TO APPLY MOIST HEAT MODALITIES ON ANY VISITING STUDENT-ATHLETE.

 

Local Hospitals

Mercy Medical Center
271 Carew Street
Springfield, MA 01104
(413) 781-9144
Bay State Medical Center
759 Chestnut Street
Springfield, MA 01199
(413) 784 - 0000



Local Out Patient Urgent Care Facility
Family Care Medical Center
1515 Allen St.
Springfield, MA 01118
(413) 783-9114

The host ATC will provide directions as needed to these medical centers.

Contest Set-Up and Supplies

Equipment:
Ice, plastic bags, coolers and splint kits are standard set-up supplies. Crutches, knee immobilizers, slings, spinal immobilization equipment are on hand for emergencies. Immediate care supplies may be loaned to visiting injured athletes when necessary.

Water:
Water is a standard set-up at all events.
Outdoor events have water pipe and/or fountain, at locations where these are not available coolers of water will be set up, along with water bottles as needed.
Indoor events will have water coolers set up and cups or water bottles will be available as needed.

EMS:
An Ambulance is available as needed, and is in attendance at all Varsity and Junior Varsity Football games. For contests other than Football the host ATC will assist you in activating EMS.

When a Springfield College Team Travels to Host School/Site

When our team arrives at your campus, the student-athletes that need assistance will check in with the host ATC. Each team will come prepared with the athletic training supplies needed. The head coach will have each athlete’s emergency information. Teams that travel with an ATC are Varsity Football, Junior Varsity Football and Men’s Lacrosse. We will contact the host athletic trainers 24 hours in advance of the contest to inform them about the needs of our team traveling to their school. The Springfield College Athletic Training staff thanks you in advance for providing athletic training services to our teams.

 

Sickle Cell Trait Testing
In January, 2013, the NCAA passed legislation requiring sickle cell trait testing for all incoming student-athletes beginning in the fall of 2013. All new (including transfer student-athletes) will have to show proof of sickle cell testing or sign a waiver for sickle cell testing. Returning student-athletes are required to have this done by fall 2014 but we are asking that everyone get this done as soon as possible.

Below are the following forms:

Athletic Injury Insurance Claim Form and Information

Secondary Insurance Claim Filing Procedures 

Secondary Insurance Claim Form 

FAQ's

Phone numbers for the newborn testing center in each state

Verification of testing form

Information on getting results and/or getting tested

Testing Waiver

If you have any questions, please contact the compliance officer, Kiki Jacobs, or head athletic trainer, Barclay Dugger.