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Mission Statement

The mission of UC San Diego's Athletic Training/Sports Medicine program is to provide the prevention, management and rehabilitation of athletic injuries. It is our goal to provide high quality health care in an educationally progressive atmosphere.

The UC San Diego Intercollegiate Athletic Training Department is comprised of three full-time ATCs, four post-graduate intern ATCs and roughly 15 athletic training students (ATS). The ATS consists of students from San Diego State (SDSU) and UCSD. The UC San Diego Athletic Training Room is a clinical site for SDSU's Accredited Athletic Training Education Program, as well as home to the UCSD athletic training internship program.

*UC San Diego Athletic Training internships are available to third and fourth year UCSD students. Please contact Britnie Priest at 858.822.6747 for more information.

Educational Materials
Click here to view some important sports medicine educational materials from the NCAA.

The NCAA randomly selects institutions and student-athletes for drug testing throughout the academic year, including the summer. All student-athletes are subject to drug testing before, during or after their competitive seasons. Student-athletes need to be aware of the NCAA Banned Drugs list and should check with the Athletic Trainers for any questions. Click here for the 2017-18 NCAA Banned Drugs list. Student-athletes who test positive are subject to at least a one-year suspension and loss of eligibility.

Many nutritional/dietary supplements contain NCAA banned substances. In addition, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) does not strictly regulate the supplement industry; therefore the purity and safety of nutritional/dietary supplements cannot be guaranteed. Impure supplements may lead to a positive drug test. The UC San Diego Athletics Department does not condone the use of nutritional/dietary supplements and the use of such supplements is at the student-athlete's own risk. Student-athletes should contact Head Athletic Trainer Vanessa Yang (858.822.0895 or vayang@ucsd.edu) for further information.

Further information may also be found through the Center for Drug Free Sport, which sponsors a confidential Resource Exchange Center (REC) for student-athletes and athletics staff with questions about nutritional supplements The REC may be contacted toll free at 877.202.0769 or visit their website here. (When accessing the REC via the Internet, the required password is ncaa2.)

Mental Health

UC San Diego Athletics Department takes the mental health & well-being of its student-athletes seriously.  In addition to having a close relationship with the University's Counseling & Psychological Services staff, the Athletics Training Room works closely with our Team Physicians to address concussion-related injuries.  The Athletics Trainers have protocols designed to ensure a safe & successful return to the playing field.

Click here for a concussion fact sheet that includes a list of symptoms.

Visiting Team Information
Click here to view pertinent info including emergency action procedures for our venues.

Athletic Trainers

Vanessa Yang MS, ATC, CES
Associate Athletics Director - Sports Medicine

vayang@ucsd.edu
Vanessa Yang was named UCSD's head athletic trainer in July of 2013. She began her tenure with UCSD Athletics in 2007 as an assistant athletic trainer. Prior to joining the Triton family, she served two years as the head athletic trainer for the Sports Clubs program at UC San Diego. Yang has also spent time at the United States Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, at Grand Canyon University in Phoenix and at Marist College in Poughkeepsie, N.Y. While at the U.S. Olympic Training Center, she worked with athletes in several sports, including wrestling, gymnastics, weightlifting and speed skating. Yang is an approved Graston Technique Provider, a certified Corrective Exercise Specialist and an American Heart Association Basic Life Support instructor. In addition, she is a preceptor for the San Diego State University Athletic Training Education Program (ATEP). Yang also serves on several committees, including the Far West Athletic Trainers Association College/University Athletic Trainers Committee and the National Athletic Trainers Association Executive Committee for Education Professional Education Degree Work Group. Yang received a bachelor's degree in kinesiology from Pennsylvania State University before earning a master's in sports health care at A.T. Still University. Sport assignments: men's rowing, women's soccer, women's water polo

Allison Pastor MS, ATC, CES
Associate Athletic Trainer

ampastor@ucsd.edu
Allison Pastor was named an athletic trainer at UC San Diego in July of 2013 after spending the previous year as a graduate assistant with the Tritons. Over the 2012-13 school year, she worked with the UCSD cross country and baseball teams while also serving as a preceptor for the San Diego State Athletic Training Education Program. Prior to coming to La Jolla, Pastor was at the University of North Carolina-Greensboro, where she worked with the women's volleyball and baseball programs. Also in North Carolina, Pastor worked with the Northern Guilford High School state champion football squad as well as the Winston-Salem Dash, a High-A affiliate of the Chicago White Sox, as part of the Professional Baseball Athletic Trainer's Society. Pastor received her B.S. in exercise and wellness from Arizona State University in 2010 and her M.S. in athletic training from the UNCG in May of 2012. Sport assignments: women's basketball, men's/women's tennis, women's volleyball

Eli Bisnett-Cobb MS, ATC
Associate Athletic Trainer
ebisnettcobb@ucsd.edu
Eli Bisnett-Cobb was named an athletic trainer at UCSD in July of 2014. Prior to joining the Triton staff, Bisnett-Cobb spent four seasons in the NFL with the Washington Redskins as an assistant athletic trainer. From 2008-10, he was an assistant athletic trainer at the University of San Diego, where his primary duties included coverage of the baseball, cross country and men's soccer programs. Bisnett-Cobb was also an intern with the Minnesota Vikings and a graduate assistant athletic trainer at The George Washington University, where he worked closely with the baseball and women's volleyball teams. Bisnett-Cobb graduated from Marist College in 2004 with a bachelor's degree in athletic training. He earned a master's degree in exercise science from George Washington in 2006. Sport assignments: men's basketball, men's/women's cross country, men's golf, men's/women's track and field


The ICA Athletic Training Department at UC San Diego shares its facility with the Athletic Trainers for the Sports Club teams.

 

Directions, Hours, & Providers 

Map
to the UCSD Athletic Training Room

Directions
- From Interstate 5, exit Genesee Ave.
- Head west on Genesee Ave.
- Turn left on Torrey Pines Rd.
- Turn left at the next signal (Northpoint Drive - UCSD North Campus Entrance)
- Continue through two stop signs, as the road curves right to the right it becomes Hopkins Drive
- Park in Hopkins Parking Structure.
- RIMAC is directly north of the structure and should be entered on the third floor.
- Proceed to the first floor to find the Athletic Training Room.

Athletic Training Room Hours

Our hours vary depending on team schedules and daily events. Please call (858) 822-2572 to schedule an appointment.

Acupuncture (Mondays from 1-4:45 p.m.; Wednesdays from 9 a.m.-12:45 p.m.)
• Matt Callison MS, L.Ac.
• Lili Gould L.Ac., C.SMA
• Mike Spituzzi L.Ac.

For more information, click here.

Chiropractor
• Alicia Oswald DC, CCSP, CSCS

Team Physicians
Family Practice / Sports Medicine Physicians
• Suraj Achar, M.D.
• Amy Leu D.O., FAAFP
• Alan Shahtaji D.O., CAQ-SM
• Ken Taylor M.D.

Orthopedic Physicians
• Sonya Ahmed M.D.
• Catherine Robertson M.D.

For more information, click here.

Annual Participation Forms

Sickle Cell Information (2017-18)

Insurance Letter for Student-Athletes and Legal Guardians (2017-18)

UNDERGRADUATE Student Health Insurance Agreement (2017-18)

Associated Links

•National Athletic Trainers' Association
•National Athletic Trainers Association Board of Certification
•National Academy of Sports Medicine
•American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
•National Strength and Conditioning Association
•American College of Sports Medicine
•Graston Technique

UC San Diego Housing: Room Assignment 2017

Welcome to UC San Diego Housing! Welcome Letters/Emails will be sent out at the end of August with information on move-in. Room assignment information will be accessible online beginning the end of August. More to come soon!

Information about move-in will continue to be updated so please check back often!

Current Important Dates:

  • Students were emailed on July 10th to complete the below items – visit the Housing Portal and login with your campus credentials and select “Incoming Student – Room Preference, Roommate Request, LLC Options”:
    • Select your facility or room type preference
    • Add roommate request(s) - optional
    • Apply for Living-Learning Communities - optional
  • July 24th – deadline to select your preferences, add optional roommate(s) and/or apply for optional Living-Learning Communities
  • End of August
    • Fall billing information for students and parents
    • Room assignment information available, dining plan selection/options, move-in times and much more! Check back after August 30th!
  • September 8 – Deadline to select dining plan option and to change your move-in date/time when viewing your assignment (check back after August 30th!)
  • September 23 – Housing Contract begins!
  • September 28 – First Day of Classes!

Cancellation Process:

For more information visit: Housing Contract or go to the Housing Portal and login with your campus credentials. Select on the appropriate link to submit your request to cancel.

Room Assignment Login

(Assignments available after August 30th)

Questions about room assignments or move-in information should be directed to your Residential Housing Area.

Questions about the contract, prepayment, cancellation or dining plan should be directed to Housing Administrative Services at housinginfo@ucsd.edu or by phone at 858.534.4010.


Assigned Move-In Date/Time

When you are able to view your room assignment (after August 30th), students are each given an assigned move-in date and time designed to better regulate traffic flow and avoid crowded conditions on move-in weekend. Students who cannot make their assigned move-in date/time or decide to change this assigned date/time, can do so by clicking on the Change Move-In Date button and selecting a new date/time from the available options when you view your room assignment. A confirmation email will be sent to the student’s UC San Diego email address with any changes made to their assigned move-in date/time. The deadline for any changes is Friday, September 8, 2017 at 11:59pm! Changes will not be permitted unless you’ve contacted your Residential Life Office. Questions should be directed to your Residential Life Office. Welcome Letter/Email should be sent no later than Labor Day weekend and will contain specific move-in details!

Please note that your assigned move-in date/time is designed to help make your move-in a smoother process. Any changes to that assigned move-in date/time may result in longer waiting periods for parking, elevators and check-in.

Alternate or Early Move-In Options

We know many students are attending a September Orientation or you may just want the option to move-in early (subject to availability). Please check below to see what options are available to you and the associated costs. Any additional move-in charges will be assessed to your housing account in October. All students must be moved-in by Thursday, September 28th at 12:00pm.

  • Early move-in option available (subject to availability): September 15, September 18 to September 22
  • Cost is $45/day prior to the contract start day of September 23rd. Your student account will be charged if you move-in early. If you don’t want an early move-in option, then you can change your date/time if needed for September 23rd or September 24th (move-in weekend). Reservations will be open for self-selecting a new move-in date/time when you view your room assignment information. Selecting an early move-in time is optional and not required. The choice is yours!
  • Early move-in option available (subject to availability): September 20 to September 22 at $45/day
  • If you are a current continuing student, you will have an option to select an early move-in time beginning on September 20th. Early move-in is optional and not required. The cost is $45/day prior to the contract start day. Your student account will be charged if you move-in early. If you don’t want an early move-in option, then you can change your date/time if needed for September 23rd or September 24th (move-in weekend). Reservations will be open for self-selecting a new move-in date/time when you view your room assignment information.
  • Early move-in option available (subject to availability): September 20 to September 22 at $45/day
  • If you are a current continuing student, you will have an option to select an early move-in time beginning on September 20th. Early move-in is optional and not required. The cost is $45/day prior to the contract start day. Your student account will be charged if you move-in early. If you don’t want an early move-in option, then you can change your date/time if needed for September 23rd or September 24th (move-in weekend). Reservations will be open for self-selecting a new move-in date/time when you view your room assignment information.

  • September Orientation move-in: September 19 or September 20 only at $45/day
  • Early move-in option available (subject to availability): September 20 to September 22 at $45/day
  • If you are attending your September Orientation you will be able to select from available move-in date/times that adhere to Eleanor Roosevelt College Orientation move-in. Reservations will be open for self-selecting a new move-in date/time when you view your room assignment information. Questions about September Orientation should be directed to your Residential Life Office.
  • If you attended a June Orientation you will have an option to select an early move-in time beginning on September 20th. Early move-in is optional and not required. The cost is $45/day prior to the contract start day. Your student account will be charged if you move-in early. If you don’t want an early move-in option, then you can keep your currently assigned move-in date/time or change it from available times on September 23rd or September 24th (move-in weekend). Reservations will be open for self-selecting a new move-in date/time when you view your room assignment information.
  • Early move-in option available (subject to availability): September 18 to September 22 at $45/day
  • Muir College does not require students to move-in early for September Orientation. Choosing to move-in before September 23rd for Orientation is optional. If you choose to move-in you will be charged $45/day prior to the contract start day. Your student account will be charged if you move-in early.
  • If you attended a June Orientation you will have an option to select an early move-in time beginning on September 18th. Early move-in is optional and not required. The cost is $45/day prior to the contract start day. Your student account will be charged if you move-in early. If you don’t want an early move-in option, then you can keep your currently assigned move-in date/time or change it from available times on September 23rd or September 24th (move-in weekend). Reservations will be open for self-selecting a new move-in date/time when you view your room assignment information.
  • September Orientation move-in: September 18 or September 19 only at $45/day.
  • Early move-in option available (subject to availability): September 20 to September 22 at $45/day
  • If you are attending your September Orientation you will be able to select from available move-in date/times that adhere to Revelle College Orientation move-in. Reservations will be open for self-selecting a new move-in date/time when you view your room assignment information. Questions about September Orientation should be directed to your Residential Life Office.
  • If you attended a June Orientation you will have an option to select an early move-in time beginning on September 20th. Early move-in is optional and not required. The cost is $45/day prior to the contract start day. Your student account will be charged if you move-in early. If you don’t want an early move-in option, then you can keep your currently assigned move-in date/time or change it from available times on September 23rd or September 24th (move-in weekend). Reservations will be open for self-selecting a new move-in date/time when you view your room assignment information.
  • September Orientation move-in: September 17
  • Early move-in option available (subject to availability): September 20 to September 22 at $45/day
  • If you are attending your September Orientation you will be able to select from available move-in date/times that adhere to Sixth College Orientation move-in. Reservations will be open for self-selecting a new move-in date/time when you view your room assignment information. Questions about September Orientation should be directed to your Residential Life Office.
  • If you attended a June Orientation you will have an option to select an early move-in time beginning on September 20th. Early move-in is optional and not required. The cost is $45/day prior to the contract start day. Your student account will be charged if you move-in early. If you don’t want an early move-in option, then you can keep your currently assigned move-in date/time or change it from available times on September 23rd or September 24th (move-in weekend). Reservations will be open for self-selecting a new move-in date/time when you view your room assignment information.
  • If you are incoming student who opted in early for a Wednesday September 20th move in time, you will receive a Wednesday move-in date/time. If you did NOT opt in for the early move-in option through Orientation, you will receive a Saturday September 23rd move-in date/time and will NOT be able to move in on Wednesday, September 20th.
  • If you are attending your September Orientation on September 19th, 21st or 22nd and did not opt into an early Wednesday, September 20th move-in, you will be able to select from available move-in date/times. Reservations will be open for self-selecting a new move-in date/time when you view your room assignment information. Questions about September Orientation should be directed to your Residential Life Office.
  • Early move-in option available (subject to availability): September 21 to September 22 at $45/day
  • If you are attending your September Orientation on September 19th, 21st or 22nd you will be able to select from available move-in date/times that adhere to Thurgood Marshall College Orientation move-in. Reservations will be open for self-selecting a new move-in date/time when you view your room assignment information.  Questions about September Orientation should be directed to your Residential Life Office.
  • If you are attending your September Orientation on September 25th, you can keep your currently assigned move-in date/time or change it from available times on September 23rd or September 24th (move-in weekend). Reservations will be open for self-selecting a new move-in date/time when you view your room assignment information.
  • September Orientation move-in: September 18 or September 19 only at $45/day.
  • Early move-in option available (subject to availability): September 20 to September 22 at $45/day
  • If you are attending your September Orientation you will be able to select from available move-in date/times that adhere to Warren College Orientation move-in. Reservations will be open for self-selecting a new move-in date/time when you view your room assignment information. Questions about September Orientation should be directed to your Residential Life Office.
  • If you attended a June Orientation you will have an option to select an early move-in time beginning on September 20th. Early move-in is optional and not required. The cost is $45/day prior to the contract start day. Your student account will be charged if you move-in early. If you don’t want an early move-in option, then you can keep your currently assigned move-in date/time or change it from available times on September 23rd or September 24th (move-in weekend). Reservations will be open for self-selecting a new move-in date/time when you view your room assignment information.
  • Move-In Dates (subject to availability): September 15, September 18 to September 28
  • You will be able to select from an available arrival date. After assignments are posted, you will also be able to select from an available move-in time. You can make changes through September 8, 2017 at 11:59pm.

Bedspace Assignment

When viewing your room assignment, please note you’ve been assigned to a bedspace (the letter after your room number). View our diagrams of the bedspaces with letters. These are typical layouts for most housing areas. You may contact your Residential Life Office with questions.