We currently have four certified athletic trainers (ATCs) on staff. Read more about them below.
Allen Snook, Director of Sports Medicine, Associate Athletic Director, and Director of the Falcon Club, is beginning his tenth year at Pfeiffer University after joining in January 2003 as an Assistant Athletic Trainer. After a short time in the department, he was named the Director of Sports Medicine in August 2003. He earned his B.S. in Exercise Science with a concentration in Athletic Training from Bloomsburg University of PA, and directly followed with his M.S. in Psychology from Shippensburg University of PA in December 2002, and Doctor of Health Sciences (D.H.Sc.) from A. T. Still University in March of 2012. In June of 2006, Allen accepted additional responsibilities as an Assistant Director of Athletics and recently was named Director of the Falcon Club. This year, he will be working with Men's lacrosse. Allen and his wife, Dawn, have a daughter, Lily.
Brandon Johnson,†Assistant Athletic Trainer, begins his†third year as a member of the Pfeiffer Athletic Training staff in fall 2012. Brandon enters his final year towards earning his Masters in Health Administration at Pfeiffer. He earned his Bachelor's of Science in Athletic Training from Western Carolina University in May 2010, after completing an internship at Belmont Abbey College. Brandon has worked within the Coastal Plains League 2011 Champions the Gastonia Grizzlies and a variety of sports here at Pfeiffer, this year he will be working with women's soccer, men's basketball, softball, and menís lacrosse.†
Jasonn Miller, Assistant Athletic Trainer, returns to Pfeiffer after spending last year working as an assistant athletic trainer at West Virginia University with the womenís soccer, womenís XC/T&F, and baseball programs. He previously worked at Pfeiffer in 2010-11. Prior to Pfeiffer, Jasonn worked as a graduate assistant athletic trainer at High Point University. Jasonn received his B.S. in Athletic Training from Grand Valley State University in 2008, and his M.S. in Sport Studies from High Point University in 2010. This year, his sport assignments are menís soccer, womenís basketball, baseball, menís volleyball, and M/W tennis.
Jasmine Honey, Assistant Athletic Trainer, is beginning her second year at Pfeiffer in Fall 2012. Her athletic training background includes earning her Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training from Bridgewater College, VA. From there, she went on to earn her Master of Science in Health Promotion from Northwestern State University, LA, where she also worked as a graduate assistant athletic trainer for the softball and football teams. This year, she will be working with women's volleyball, M/W cross country, M/W swimming, JV men's basketball, M/W golf, and women's lacrosse.