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Willamette High School

Athletic Trainer


Athletic Training Staff

Corrie Sizemore, MS, ATC

Corrie joined the Wolverine family in the spring of 2014. She is certified as an ATC with the Board of Certification (BOC) and registered with the State of Oregon Health Licensing Office as an Athletic Trainer. Corrie previously held positions at two physical therapy clinics in town. Corrie graduated from the University of Georgia with a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science in 2007 and pursued her Masters of Science in Human Physiology at the University of Oregon, graduating in 2009. Corrie has also been certified as an EMT-Basic and in Wilderness advanced first aid when she guided Wilderness Mountain and back-packing trips.  She and her husband, Thad, enjoy climbing, skiing, and ultimate in their free time and she is excited to become an aunt twice this year!

What are Athletic Trainers?                          

Athletic Trainers are health care professionals who collaborate with physicians, nurse practitioners, physical therapists, chiropractors and other members of the Sports Medicine Team. The services provided by ATs comprise of injury prevention, emergency and immediate care, clinical diagnosis, therapeutic intervention, and rehabilitation of injuries and medical conditions.

Responsibilities of Athletes and Parent(s) of Athletes

  • Inform the Athletic Trainer of ALL injuries that occur during the season, whether or not the injury happened while participating in the sport. This is essential in the recovery process.
  • Inform the Athletic Trainer of ALL doctor visits regarding injury and return to participation.
  • Provide the Athletic Trainer with a written note from ALL doctor visits.  Documentation of an athlete’s injury and return to participation guidelines aids in communication between the physician and AT. In some cases the athlete will not be allowed to return to participation without a note from the physician.

Team Physicians

Slocum Center for Orthopedics and Sports Medicine is the official sports medicine provider of Wolverine Athletics and all Eugene/Springfield area high schools.

The Wil-Hi Athletic Training Room

Facility and Clinical Hours

The Athletic Training Room (ATR) is located within the West Gym near the South Parking lot. The clinical hours for evaluation, treatment, and rehabilitation vary. The ATR typically opens at 2:30 p.m. and stays open until the end of the athletic activities each weekday. However, there are times that the ATR closes due to practice coverages and athletic contests.

Visiting Team Information

A Certified Athletic Trainer will be present at all home contests during the week. Weekend contests are covered as able.  A team physician will be on-site during all home varsity football competitions.

Our athletic trainer can help with any pre-game treatments and on-site evaluations.   Please bring your own supplies and if possible any instructions from your athletic trainer. Water and ice will be provided.

Sports Medicine Policies and Procedures 

Please click below to view the following documents.

1.  Willamette High School Emergency Action Plan

2.  Willamette High School Concussion Management

3.  WHS LIGHTNING SAFETY PLAN?

4.  A PARENT’S GUIDE TO CONCUSSION?

Contact Information

Phone: 541- 461-6401 ext. 4149

Email: corrie.sizemore@bethel.k12.or.us

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