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Attention all past Delta Athletic Training Students:
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Annette Martinez, ATC
Assistant Director of Athletic Training at University of the Pacific
Annette is entering her fifth year with the Tigers, and has worked primarily with the Women’s Soccer and Softball teams. She also is the pre-participation and physical coordinator for the athletic training department on top of her individual sports responsibilities. Annette came back to her alma mater in 2007 after working at San Joaquin County General Hospital for two years. Prior to working at the hospital, she spent one year in San Joaquin Delta College’s athletic training department, assisting the Head Athletic Trainer.
A 2002 sport sciences graduate of Pacific, Martinez honed her skills as a student athletic trainer for the Tigers. In addition to working with Pacific’s student athletes, Martinez also worked as an athletic trainer at the USA Track and Field Championships, the East-West Shrine Football Classic and other regional events.
Martinez resides in Stockton, where she was born and raised.
(Was at Delta in 1986)
Is currently teaching and coaching at River City High School in West Sacramento, CA. He has been married for 15 years to Julie, who is an 8th grade Physical Educator in Dixon, CA. They reside in Woodland, CA.
United States Sailor
Athletic Training Sudent (2005-2011)
Dionne has helped Delta Athletics for six seasons as an athletic training student. She is a 2003 graduate
of Grant High School in Sacramento. In 2006 Dionne graduated with honors and obtained her A.A. from Delta College. Dionne was a Stockton Unified School District employee and continued to come back to Delta to help in the Athletic Training Facility. In January 2012, Dionne Completed Boot Camp and is now a United States Sailor!
In UOP's DPT Program
Athletic Training Student (2005-06, 2010-11)
Rachel returned for her fifth season as an athletic training student at Delta College in 2011.. From 2004-2006, she was a member of Delta’s Women’s Basketball team and graduated from Delta in 2006 with her A.A. She transferred to California State University, Los Angeles with a basketball scholarship, but continued to assist in the Delta Athletic Training Facility as much as she could.
Rachel also volunteered her time at CSU, LA’s spinal cord injury research lab and mobility gym. Rachel graduated from CSU, LA in June 2009 with her B.S. in Kinesiology with an emphasis in Rehabilitation and Therapeutic Exercise. She is currently attending Delta College to complete her remaining prerequisite requirements to pursue her education in a Doctorate of Physical Therapy program.
Rachel is also an Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach here at Delta College in 2010-2011.
Currently, Rached is in University of the Pacific's Doctoreat of Physical Therapy Program.
Rio Lazaro, ATC
Head Athletic Trainer at Galt High School
Athletic Training Student, Senior at University of the Pacific (Spring 2011)
Rio is a local student. He went to Lincoln High school, Delta College, then transferred to University of the Pacific. Rio is studied Athletic Training and Sport Pedagogy. He has worked with Women's Volleyball, Stockton Thunder, Women's Water Polo, and Men's and Women's Tennis at UOP. Rio worked at Delta with all the Spring sports. In the future he would like to be a Certified Athletic Trainer in the high school setting and Physical Education Teacher.
Currently, Rio workd at Galt High School as their Athletic Trainer.
Athletic Training Student, Junior at University of the Pacific (Delta- Spring 2011)
Jahon is from Sacramento, CA. He went to Valley High School and is a 1st year in the program at the University of The Pacific.He has worked with the Women's Field Hockey and Men & Women's Swimming. Eventually, Jahon wants to go to graduate school to pursue his goals. After graduating he would either pursue athletic training at the junior college or high school setting, or work toward becoming an athletic director at the high school level.
Athletic Training Student 2006-2009
Linda volunteered as an athletic training student for four years. She graduated from Amos Alonzo Stagg High School in Stockton. She is also a student at Delta College and University of the Pacific. Her major is in Pharmacy. Linda’s goals include working in the medical field as a Doctor of Medicine and obtain a Ph.D. degree. Eventually she would like to open her own clinic.
Athletic Training Student 2009-2011
This is Dena’s second season as an Athletic Training student for Delta College. She graduated from Ronald E. McNair High School in 2009. She attended Delta for one year and plans on going back in spring. She will be continuing school and plans to major in sports medicine. She wants to gain more knowledge and work more hands on in Delta’s Athletic Training facilities. After Delta, she plans on transferring to a four-year college to get her bachelors and then go to graduate school and become a Certified Athletic Trainer. Her future goal is to become an athletic trainer for a high school, community college, university, or better yet the NFL.
Keaton Ray, ATC
Doctorate of Phyiscal Therapy Student at Duke
Keaton grew up in Los Angeles and has spent the last three years attending University of the Pacific. As a senior, she is was a second year Athletic Training Student working with Delta Football. This coming year she plans to attend a Doctor of Physical Therapy program out of state.
Before working with Delta, Keaton was the Athletic Training Student for
Women’s Volleyball, Soccer and Field Hockey at UOP. This year, she was
awarded with the National Athletic Trainers Association Scholarship. In May 2011, she will graduate with honors and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Athletic Training.
Graduate Student at Northeastern State University, OK
Athletic Training Student, Senior at University of the Pacific Fall 2010
Brandon was in his senior year at University of the Pacific and he is majoring in Athletic Training. He is set to graduate this upcoming May with a Bachelors of Science in Athletic Training. When he graduates he wants to attend graduate school out of state at a big Division I University. His future goals is to become an athletic trainer of a university or junior college.
Athletic Training Student, Junior at University of the Pacific Fall 2010
This was Hilary’s first season as an athletic training student for Delta Community College. She is currently a junior at University of the Pacific and majoring in athletic training. Eventually she plans to go to graduate school and study either Athletic Training or Physical Therapy. After graduate school she would like to pursue a career working with military veterans.
Athletic Training Student, Senior at the University of the Pacific-Fall 2011
Brian is from Modesto, CA and attended Modesto Junior College prior to transferring to the University of the Pacific a year ago. As an Athletic Training student at UOP he worked with Women’s Volleyball, Men’s Basketball & Women’s Soccer. Prior to beginning his senior year, Brian completed a summer internship with the San Francisco 49ers. Upon graduation in May 2012, Brian plans to attend Graduate School.
Athletic Training Student, Senior at the University of the Pacific- Fall 2011
Karen is a second year Athletic Training Student from West Chester, PA. Through her experiences with aquatics, women's basketball and women's volleyball, Karen has found her favorite part of athletic training thus far to be the opportunities to use new techniques she has learned in class on an athlete for the first time. Karen hopes her experience at Delta will help her reinforce the clinical skills and develop the confidence and professionalism necessary to become a great well-rounded athletic trainer. Outside of athletic training, she is a Pacific Ambassador helping new and perspective students learn about what the university has to offer.
Athletic Training Student, Junior at the University of the Pacific-Fall 2011
Lupe is in her first year in the Athletic Training program at Pacific and first semester at Delta. She is a transfer student from Modesto Junior College. After Pacific she plans on going to graduate school on the east coast or in the south to study athletic training. After graduate school, she hopes to work with either professional athletes or in the college setting.
Athletic Training Student, Sophomore at San Joaquin Delta College (2011-2012)
Junior at Fresno State-Fall 2012
Bio Comming Soon!
Athletic Training Student, Junior at the University of the Pacific-Spring 2012
Sergio is from Hollister, CA. He is currently a first year student in the Athletic Training Education Program at the University of the Pacific, and also currently works as a Resident Assistant at the university. After completing his Bachelor's of Science in Athletic Training at Pacific, Sergio plans on continuing his education towards his Master's degree in California. After Gaduate school, Sergio wants to work in a High School or College setting.
Athletic Training Student, Junior at the University of the Pacific-Spring 2012
My name is Sarah January and I was born here in Stockton on March 7, 1990. I went to Lincoln High School and graduated Class of 2008. While in high school I played 4 years of volleyball, one year of basketball, and did 4 years of track and field. Following high school, I completed my Associates of Arts degree here at Delta and graduated from here in 2010. I transferred to University of the Pacific where I am now a first year student in the Athletic Training Education Program and completing my minor in History. Sports have been a hobby and passion of mine since I was very young and though I no longer play, they are still something I enjoy watching and playing. This is one of the reasons why I chose to go into this field; it is a perfect combination of being around athletes and being able to help people. Being in a program like this I don’t have a ton of frees time but when I do I go to the gym as much as I can during the week. I also enjoy books and movies and traveling when I get the chance. I am a little shy at first but once you get to know me I like to think that I’m a sweet girl. I plan to learn as much as I can this semester from Jamie and Art and to become a better and more confident Athletic Trainer.
San Joaquin Delta College