• Facebook Twitter
 

Athletic Training

 
Athletic Trainer  
Head Athletic Trainer: Matt McWilliams, MEd, ATC
 
Assistant Athletic Trainer: Kevin Parker, MEd, ATC, NASM-PES
 
>About the Athletic Trainers
 
>Athletic Training Media Guide (pdf)
 

Student-Athlete Forms

 
In order to streamline the collection of the necessary forms from the student-athletes, we have prepared them in electronic form. We also provided an explanation of how the school's secondary insurance policy works, and an explanation of why each of the four forms is needed. Below are the PDF versions of the paperwork needed from ALL student-athletes.
 
Our goal is to collect ALL forms at physicals for new student-athletes or a team meeting preceding the first practice for all returners. These forms must be completed fully and turned in prior to the student-athlete participating in any organized team activity. Please make your student-athletes aware of this fact.
 
Download (pdf):
Athlete Information and Insurance Information Consent for Treatment
   
Authorization to Disclose Private Health Information Insurance Procedures
   
 
 

Athletic Trainers

 
Matt McWilliams Matt McWilliams - Matt McWilliams begins his ninth year on staff in the Aquinas College’s athletic training department.  After a one year stint at Thornapple Kellogg High School, as head athletic trainer, Matt joined the Saints staff in 2002. Along with his athletic training duties, Matt also teaches first aid and activities classes in Kinesiology department. 
 
Matt graduated from Aquinas College in 1999, where he received his Bachelor’s degree in athletic training. Matt went onto receive his Masters in Sports Administration from Northern Illinois University in 2001. Matt is a member of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association and resides on the Northwest side of Grand Rapids with his wife Vicky and his daughter Quinn. 
 
Kevin Parker Kevin Parker - Kevin Parker enters his fifth year as a member of our athletic training staff.
 

Kevin joined the staff at Aquinas after a varied career in athletic training.  He spent time working in NCAA Division I athletics, physical therapy outpatient clinics, and at a high school in Eugene, OR immediately prior to arriving in Grand Rapids.

 

Kevin received a Bachelor's degree in athletic training from Miami University and a Master's degree in education from Auburn University.  He is a member of the National Athletic Trainers' Association and lives in Grand Rapids with his wife Tonya.