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Franklin & Marshall College’s Sports Medicine Department comprises four full-time licensed Athletic Trainers, a Team Physician network at Penn Medicine/Lancaster General Primary Care Sports Medicine Practice (Dr. Ryan Wennell), Integration with the Penn Medicine/Lancaster General Health Student Wellness Center (Dr. Amy Myers), and approximately 20 work-study student employees. The Athletic Training Room is open to all varsity athletes, as well as club ice hockey, and men’s/women’s club rugby athletes. We can only evaluate and treat athletes that participate on one of these teams. If you are not a member of one of the aforementioned varsity or club sports teams and you have sustained an injury that needs evaluation, please call (717-544-9051) or stop by the Student Wellness Center for assistance.

Athletic Training Room Hours

The athletic training room is open from 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. for injury evaluation, treatment, and rehabilitation.  After 3:30 p.m. our focus becomes pre-practice taping and getting athlete’s and equipment ready for practices. We DO NOT perform injury evaluations after 3:30 p.m. The volume of duties we have at these times does not permit us to devote the necessary time to perform thorough evaluations. We understand that these hours may not work for people that have a full class schedule. If this is the case, call (717-358-4111) or e-mail your team's athletic trainer to make an appointment. Please note that during weekends and holiday breaks, hours will vary depending on when contests and practices are scheduled. Please contact us if you have questions. 

Rules of the Athletic Training Room:

  • No cleats are permitted
  • No equipment bags in the athletic training room
  • No tape will be handed out for equipment
  • No medications will be dispensed (including Tylenol, Advil, or Asprin)
  • Always get taped and ready in Mayser or Shadek. Do not wait until you get to Baker or Tylus Field!