A blog written by students Sara Helder and Hannah Woods providing information on the basics of good nutrition and choosing a healthy lifestyle
Athletic Training Program
The mission of the Grand Valley State University Athletic Training Program is to prepare undergraduate entry-level professionals to enhance the quality of health care for athletes and the physically active. Preparation is supported by formal instruction, clinical experience, and research.
Doug "Doc" Woods
Doug "Doc" Woods became the Head Athletic Trainer for Grand Valley State University in 1976 and held the position for the next 22 years. During this time, Doc established what is now one of the most successful Athletic Training Programs in the country. Woods was inducted into the MATS Hall of Fame in 2008 for his dedication and passion for the field of Athletic Training. After stepping down as the Head Athletic Trainer, Doc continued teaching for the Movement Science Department as well as started coaching the Lakers Softball team in 1991. He retired from coaching in 2014 after 24 years and 888 wins. After 40 years of service to both GVSU and the Athletic Training Program, Doug Woods will be retiring from teaching in April 2016. Follow the links below to learn more about Doug and the lasting effect he has had on many generations of GVSU students!
What's Going On...
AT Orientation 2016 - Young Professionals Presentation with alumni Anthony Polazzo and Sarah McBrien
Outstanding Major in Athletic Training - Meghan Glynn, Awards Ceremony April 2016
GLATA Annual Symposium March 2016
PJ Mainville: Head AT Chicago Cubs Guest Lecture November 2015
Distinguished Alumni in Athletic Training - Dr. Kent Games, October 2015
ATP Fall Orientation August 2015