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Marian’s Medical Members

Abigail Noe, Crown Staff

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The Marian athletic trainers contribute an important role in sports at Marian.  The trainers work all summer long and stay everyday after school when there is any practices or games.  But even through the crazy, long hours spent in this program, all of the staff is always happy to help others out.

In order to become a trainer, one had to be fully committed to put in the time and effort into the program, even over the summer.  Some students spent 50 hours per week at school over the summer break. The trainers also had to be CPR and first aid certified during their camp.  This is a very important skill to have because the trainers need to be prepared for anything.

Once school begins, everything becomes more of a routine.  All the trainers put in their opinions and preferences on which sport is their favorite, then they get put on a rotation so they don’t just get stuck on one sport the whole season.  Even during the school year, trainers may have to spend long hours after school to help out.  The girls have to stay at least until all practices are over, and then they still have to pack up and clean everything up before they go home.

Even though being an athletic trainer may seem laid back, it can also be very stressful, especially during big games.  Trainers have to keep a positive attitude when helping the players, and stay calm during stressful situations.  The staff has to make sure the players are fully equipped with water, ice, gatorade, and medical supplies for any injury that may occur.

Overall, the athletic trainers have done a great job at being supportive and prepared for athletes with injuries.  They are a big help to the athletic program, and help things run smoothly so our athletic teams can be successful.

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