ATHLETIC TRAINER SERVICE AWARD

The Athletic Training Service Award is an honor that recognizes MATA members in Maryland for their contributions to the profession of athletic training and the Association through local and state service.

Eligibility: To be eligible for nomination, individuals must have 10 years certified membership in Maryland. An Athletic Trainer Service Award candidate exemplifies the mission statement of the MATA, MAATA, NATA and the NATA Code of Ethics; by his/her conduct and advancement of the profession. Recipients of the NATA Service Award, Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award or members of the MATA Hall of Fame will not be considered for the MATA Service Award.  Additionally, members who are MAATA or MATA Hall of Fame, Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award or MAATA Service Award recipients will not be considered for the MATA Service Award.

Nomination Procedures:  Members who wish to nominate a deserving colleague should submit the following information by email to the Service Award Sub-Committee Chair Heather Kohlbus at heather.a.kohlbus@medstar.net

  • Nominators Name

  • Nominators Email

  • Nominators Phone

  • Nominees Name

  • Nominees Email

  • Nominees Phone


Upon receiving the nomination, the nominee will be sent the Nomination Application to be completed by the deadline contained within the application.

Athletic Trainer Service Award Recipients

2018

Jon Glover

Nick Pitruzzella

2017

Greg Penczek

Liz Vaught

2016

Christine Lesh

Gina Palermo

Jeremy Parr

Tracy Layton

2015

Brian Bradshaw

Kevin Domboski

2014

Dan Lopez

Maureen Thompson

2013

Maggie Souris

2012

Karl Bailey

Amy Magladry