OWATONNA’S TERRY CARLYLE TO RECEIVE MINNESOTA FOOTBALL HONORS FRED ZAMBERLETTI AWARD

MINNEAPOLIS, MN - April 4, 2017 - The Minnesota Chapter of the National Football Foundation is pleased to announce Owatonna High School athletic trainer Terry “TC” Carlyle as the 2017 recipient of the Fred Zamberletti Award. Carlyle will be recognized at the 10 Year Anniversary of the Minnesota Football Honors on May 7.

2017 MATA Student Symposium Successful Turnout!

The 2017 MATA Student Symposium was held on January 27th and 28th at Winona State University in Winona, MN .  A tremendous amount of gratitude is owed to Dr. Brian Zeller, Ms. Nora Kraemer, Ms. Heather Buerman, Ms. Erin Arnas, and all the Winona AT students for planning and hosting the 2017 MATA Student Symposium. The student-centered athletic training education event began with a social activity at a local Winona bowling alley, offering each of the attending students from Bethel University, College of St. Scholastica, Gustavus Adolphus College, St.

A Letter from MATA President Troy Hoehn

I hope this letter finds you well and enjoying the tail end of your summer.  As I start my term as MATA president I can't help but be excited for the future of Athletic Training in the state of Minnesota.  I am looking forward to meeting members that I have not previously met, while continuing to build on existing relationships.  Those relationships reach further than just the Athletic Training profession; I feel we all must contin

Gustavus Athletic Training Program Coordinator Mary Joos Wins Gustavus Swenson-Bunn Teaching Award

SAINT PETER, Minn. (May 12, 2016) -- Mary Joos, program director and clinical education coordinator of the Gustavus Adolphus College Athletic Training Program, has been awarded the 2016 Swenson-Bunn Memorial Award for Teaching Excellence. Nominated and selected by students, the award was presented at the College’s Honors Day convocation on Saturday, May 7.

“It’s incredible to be selected for this award,” Joos said. “It shows the strength of the Athletic Training Program and the fact that Gustavus is so well-connected among students and faculty.”