THE ATHLETIC TRAINERS'
ASSOCIATION OF FLORIDA




Congratulations to This Year’s ATAF Award Winners 

 High School Student Aide of the Year
Arrianna Bradley – Lyman High School

 Legacy Scholarship
Sarah Rider – University of Florida

Professional Athletic Trainer of the Year
Gregg Spratt, MS, LAT, ATC

 Clinical Athletic Trainer of the Year
Ian Stites, LAT, ATC

College/University Athletic Trainer of the Year
John Barrett, MS, LAT, ATC, CES

 Backbone Award
Stephen McCray, MS, LAT, ATC

High School Athletic Trainer of the Year
Marie Freudenthal, MSA, LAT, ATC, CSCS

Educator of the Year
Michelle Boling, PhD, LAT, ATC

Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer of the Year
presented by FastFingerprints
Patricia Tripp, PhD, LAT, ATC, CSCS

Service Awards
Chris Peters, MEd, LAT, ATC


Attention ATAF Secondary School Athletic Trainers!
Are Your Athletic Training Locations And Services Mapped Correctly By the NATA Secondary School Committee and the Korey Stringer Institute for the A.T.L.A.S Project?  Please visit this page to learn more about ATLAS.  Then follow the steps below to participate and make sure your school is on the map!

Step 1: Check your state map for the ATLAS Project

Step 2: Please help the NATA SSC and KSI update your information by completing this questionnaire (5-10min) and your marker will be updated for your school. (Please allow 3-5 days upon completion for map to be updated)

If you have any questions please contact robert.huggins@uconn.edu


Missing CE Certificates or Post-Conference Assessments for the ATAF Clinical Symposium

Any attendee who needs access to the post-conference assessments (EBP or Category A) for an ATAF Clinical Symposium should email ATAF Treasurer (treasurer@ataf.org) and Vice President (vicepresident@ataf.org) with his/her request.  Please include: full name, email address, conference year, session assessment(s) name(s), and NATA membership number.  ATAF will assess a $25 fee for re-issuing of post-conference assessments/CE statement of credit documents for each Symposium (all category/session surveys included).  To avoid reporting delays for the Board of Certification and/or Florida Department of Health, participants should allow a minimum of 30-days for ATAF to process the request.  Requests made after December 1 will not be processed until January.


ATAF Mission

The Athletic Trainers’ Association of Florida, Inc (ATAF) is an organization whose membership is dedicated to the comprehensive health care of our state’s athletes and other physically active individuals. The mission of the ATAF is to offer a diverse range of services to its members, while protecting the public’s interest by seeing that certified, licensed athletic trainer’s are available to provide proper medical care to our state’s athletes and the physically active.

Copyright © The Athletic Trainers' Association of Florida
All Rights Reserved

Login Button

Site designed and maintained by SJ Creative

Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software