Search

Athletic Training

Athletic Training Website

The athletic training department is responsible for the prevention, medical care, treatment and rehabilitation of injuries incurred by all student-athletes while participating in the intercollegiate athletics program. The philosophy of care is to assess, treat and return the student-athlete to participation as quickly as possible without jeopardizing the individual's health and welfare. It is the student-athletes responsibility to maintain good health and training habits that minimize the risk of injury from strenuous physical activity. 

Important Athletic Training Links

Medical Clearance Forms
Visiting Team Information
Rehabilitation Exercise Videos 

Athletic Training Staff

Name Title Phone E-Mail
Abbey Cahill Associate Head Athletic Trainer
Baseball, Women's Soccer, Men's and Women's Volleyball
978-232-2445 acahill@endicott.edu
James Daley Associate Head Athletic Trainer
Men's Basketball, Football, Softball
978-232-2445 jtdaley@endicott.edu
Jenn Concannon Athletic Trainer
Men's and Women's Cross Country, Equestrian, Men's Golf, Women's Ice Hockey, Women's Lacrosse, Men's Soccer
978-232-2309 jconcann@endicott.edu
Jon Williams Athletic Trainer
Men's Ice Hockey, Men's and Women's Tennis, Strength & Conditioning
978-232-2309 jowillia@endicott.edu
Kelsey Steube Athletic Trainer
Women's Basketball, Field Hockey, Men's Lacrosse, Club Sports
978-232-2309 ksteube@endicott.edu
Back To Top

Strength & Conditioning

Strength and Conditioning Website

Endicott Strength & Conditioning focuses on the long-term development and performance of the Endicott's student-athletes. Our student-athletes will utilize an individualized, year-round, linear periodization schedule, designed to achieve peak athletic performance during their respective competitive seasons. It is our goal to achieve success on the field, court, ice and competitive surface; not just lift heavy weights. At Endicott, we believe in the development of a solid foundation of safety and efficiency, movement, strength, power, toughness, and discipline. It is the passion of the strength staff to teach proper technique paired with resistance training, plyometric work, speed, conditioning, as well as recovery and regeneration. Student-athletes will be immersed in a supervised full body, ground-based program and have the opportunity to utilize multiple techniques ranging from Olympic lifting and single leg weight training to body weight and band exercises.

Endicott Strength & Conditioning is committed to the idea of the complete athlete success. The staff collaborates with Endicott Athletic Training to coordinate rehabilitation, nutrition, and analytics to enable our students the appropriate access to resources for their health and athletic competition.

The ultimate goal of this training is to reduce injury rates, promote more efficient and effective movements, and enable our student-athletes body synchronization and optimal control of their bodies during competition. The strength & conditioning staff pride themselves on imparting and upholding Endicott’s Core Standards of Leadership. The importance of open, effective communication with student-athletes and coaches about the physical and mental goals and challenges that are set before them. Staff and student-athletes will display character, commitment to themselves, their teams and Endicott, as well as exhibit confidence in their responsibilities. We continue to safely challenge ourselves and our student-athletes to seek out success now and in the future.

Strength and Conditioning Staff

Name Title Phone E-Mail
Joe Calabrese Strength & Conditioning Coach
978-998-7739 jcalabre@endicott.edu
Greg Hadley Strength & Conditioning Coach
978-232-2498 ghadley@endicott.edu
Jon Williams Strength & Conditioning Coach
978-232-2309 jowillia@endicott.edu
Christine Kelly Graduate Assistant for Strength & Conditioning and Ice Arena
845-594-7742 ckelly@endicott.edu
Back To Top

Student-Athlete Handbook

2017-18 Endicott Student-Athlete Handbook

The Endicott Student-Athlete handbook is intended to provide important and helpful information to help Gulls succeed as a student and an athlete. The content of this handbook is intended to answer any questions as well as provide contextual guidelines for basic expectations. In general, the student-athletes who participate in the 21 varsity programs as well as competitive club sports are expected to compete under a model that emphasizes integrity and ethical conduct. Being able to wear the Endicott uniform is a privilege, not a right. Each program is an integral part of the overall department and each student-athlete's educational experience remains paramount. 

The handbook is provided to current student-athletes to inform them on the following topics:

  • Team and player issues - insurance, facility use, uniforms and equipment, transportation, lodging and overnight hosting
  • Social issues - code of conduct, discipline, gambling, drugs, harassment, hazing, alcohol and tobacco
  • Academic policies - eligibility, transfers, class attendance, academic and athletic conflicts, and academic resources
  • Grievance procedures
Back To Top

Drug Policy

Drug Testing Policy - PDF version

Endicott is concerned with the health, safety, and welfare of the student-athletes who participate in its programs and represent the College in club or intercollegiate athletics. Substance abuse is one of the most important issues facing college and university campuses and society today. The use of illegal drugs, misuse of legal drugs and dietary supplements, improper or illegal use of alcohol, and student-athlete use of tobacco, are in violation of the student-athlete code of conduct for Endicott and also in violation of NCAA regulations. 

The purpose of the program is the following: to encourage student-athletes to avoid improper use of banned substances, to ensure that student-athletes are properly educated and informed about drugs and substance abuse, to detect possible drug use of specific illegal drugs via random screenings throughout the academic year, to assist in the rehabilitation and education of student-athletes who have been found to be using or misusing banned substances. 

 

Back To Top

S.A.A.C.

Student-Athlete Advisory Committee Website

From the NCAA Student-Athlete Advisory Committees website:

Student-athletes have a voice in the NCAA through advisory committees at the campus, conference, and national level. Each committee is made up of student-athletes assembled to provide insight on the student-athlete experience and offer input on the rules, regulations, and policies that affect student-athletes' lives on campus.

The mission of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (S.A.A.C.) at Endicott is to assist in the creation of an environment where all student-athletes have the opportunity to maximize their academic, personal, and social growth. They desire to build a strong tradition in athletics and strive for success in and outside the lines. As members of S.A.A.C., they serve as a liaison between the committee and our respective teams. 

Purpose of S.A.A.C.

  • Provide a forum for discussion of matters of concern for athletic teams.
  • Discuss, adopt and carry out procedures necessary for the general welfare of Endicott athletics.
  • Promote better communication and camaraderie among teams.
  • Promote effective communication between athletics, administration and the student-athletes to better serve their needs.
  • Increase awareness of athletic programs on the campus and in the surrounding community.
  • Encourage involvement of student-athletes in community and campus life.
  • Serve as a liaison between the Commonwealth Coast Conference and the National Collegiate Athletic Association.
Back To Top