The Clark University Sports Medicine staff is responsible for the evaluation, treatment, rehabilitation and prevention of all athletic injuries incurred by the student-athletes in our 17 intercollegiate programs. The staff includes two full-time certified athletic trainers and 6-8 student aides.

The Clark University Sports Medicine Office is affiliated with physicians and other healthcare providers from the University of Massachusetts Medical Center Sports Medicine Department, one of the most highly regarded medical facilities in New England.

Clark’s affiliation with UMass provides our student-athletes with access to a variety of services, including orthopedic specialists.

The primary goal of the sports medicine staff is to ensure that the health, safety, and welfare of our student-athletes are of the highest quality. The staff is committed to doing everything possible to return injured student-athletes to practice/competition as soon as possible and to prevent further injuries.

 

   
Greg White Courtney Brothers Robert Bischof Hayley Buckheit  Sarah Clay Emily Cocuzzo 
Head Trainer Assistant Trainer Sports Medicine Aide Sports Medicine Aide  Sports Medicine Aide Sports Medicine Aide 
     Tarrytown, N.Y.  Camden Hills, Maine Ossippee, N.H.   Everett, Mass.
     Management  Biology  Biology  Undecided

 

 



 
Matt George Aubrey Haskell Allison Hodgkin Tanya Jung Connor Maguire Ben Ouellette
Sports Medicine Aide Sports Medicine Aide Sports Medicine Aide Sports Medicine Aide Sports Medicine Aide  Sports Medicine Aide
Plymouth, Mass.  Portland, Maine  Mechanic Falls, Maine  Los Angeles, Calif.  Dunstable, Mass. Epping, N.H. 
Chemsitry  Biology  Biochemistry  Psychology  Biology  Biology

 

 
Benjamin Roberts Qui Trinh
Sports Medicine Aide Sports Medicine Aide
USA Quincy, Mass.
Political Science Biology

Athletic Trainer Coverage

An Athletic Trainer is available at all home contests involving Clark University student-athletes.

Please call in advance if your team will be traveling without an AT. We will be happy to help with pre-game taping, but require a note or phone call with specific requests; treatment will be limited to heat and ice.

If an AT is traveling then they will be able to use modalities such as hydrocollator packs, whirlpools, ultrasound and electric stimulation.

During home contests, water and ice will be provided and an AED and splint kit will be available.

Crutches will be loaned to injured visiting student-athletes on an as need basis.

Generally, an AT does not travel with our teams with the exception of post season and tournament play. Please note that each team's emergency medical information can be found in the medical kit provided.

Team Physicans - Orthopedics/Sports Medicine

Brian Busconi, MD   508-334-1290
Michael Brown, MD   508-334-1375
Nicola DeAngelis, MD   508-334-1145
Mary Kay Seguin, NP   508-334-5275


Team Physicians - General/Sports Medicine

Vasilios Chrisostomidis, DO   508-334-5275
Lee Mancini, MD   508-334-5275
J. Herb Stevenson, MD   508-334-5275


Worcester Area Hospitals:

UMass Memorial - University Campus
55 Lake Avenue North
General Phone #: (508) 334-1000
Emergency Phone #: (508) 334-3511

UMass Memorial - Memorial Campus
119 Belmont Street
General Phone #: (508) 334-1000
Emergency Phone #: (508) 334-6481

UMass Memorial - Hahnemann Campus
281 Lincoln Street
General Phone #: (508) 334-1000

Worcester Medical Center
Saint Vincent Hospital
20 Worcester Center Blvd.
General Phone #: (508) 363-5000
Emergency Phone #: (508) 363-6025

Ambulance:
Dispatched via radio by ATC on duty.
CARE Ambulance: (508) 755-4199
Campus Police: (508) 793-7575