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MAATA Spring 2016 Newsletter

60  Second News




2016 Big East Tennis Tourney

Columbia area ATs Jane Steinberg, Michelle Grieswell & Jason Wimberly assisted w/the Big East Tennis Championships held April 29-May 1 in
Cayce, SC. Also helping but not pictured were Teri LaSalle & Erin Thomas

National Quidditch Championship

Thirteen ATs from South Carolina covered the National Quidditch Championship held April 16 & 17, in Columbia, SC. Shawn Zink, ATC, of Hilton Head, SC, has been lead AT for this event the past three years. There we 60 teams that competed, 1500+ athletes, and 155 matches. 
The event was won by QC Boston.


Support NATA Foundation Through AmazonSmile

While you're taking advantage of all the great Black Friday deals that will be available later this week, consider supporting the NATA Foundation through AmazonSmile. When you go to the site, search "National Athletic Trainers Assn Research & Education Foundation," press "Select" and Amazon will donate 0.5 percent of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to the NATA Foundation.  READ MORE

Football and the Brain
Steve Kroft examines the state of concussion safety and science in football, especially in the NFL More HERE
  NATA Student Aide: Statement and Questions and Answers 

THANK YOU to the MAATA 2016 Sponsors!

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