Menlo Athletics
Sports Medicine
 
MISSION STATEMENT
The Sports Medicine Department functions to serve the Menlo College intercollegiate student-athletes. The mission of the Sports Medicine Department is to enable the student-athletes of Menlo College to reach their athletic potential by preventing, managing, treating and rehabilitating athletic injuries. The Sports Medicine Staff will reach the goals set forth by this mission by providing an atmosphere that promotes dedication and passion toward athletic training. The Sports Medicine Staff is dedicated to helping the Menlo College student-athletes return to competition as soon as and in the safest manner possible. Staff will conduct themselves in a professional manner and follow the standards set forth by Menlo College and the National Athletic Trainer's Association (NATA).
 
STUDENT-ATHLETE INFORMATION & FORMS
 

2014-15 Physical Packet

Drug Testing Policy 

   

 Ashley Vogds, MA, ATC I Head Athletic Trainer  Ashley.Vogds@menlo.edu I 650-543-3931

Ashley Vogds returns to Menlo College to assume the role of Head Athletic Trainer for the 2014-15 year. Vogds previously worked as a Graduate Assistant from 2007-09 under then Head Athletic Trainer Mark Fowler. From there, Vogds went on to Intern at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo from 2009-10 before working as an Assistant Athletic Trainer at San Francisco State from 2010-14. Additionally, she was a member of the 2013 Maccabiah Games Medical Staff and works as an Athletic Trainer for the SF Nighthawks of the Women's Premier Soccer League.

A native of Hartford, Wis., Vogds received her B.S. from Winona State University in 2007 then earned an M.A. in Kinesiology from San Jose State in 2009. She is a member of the National Athletic Trainers' Association (NATA) and currently resides in Daly City, Calif. 

 

Robert Dalnoki I robert.dalnoki@menlo.edu I Assistant Athletic Trainer I 650-543-3739

Rob Dalnoki is entering his fourth year as Assistant Athletic Trainer at Menlo College, working with baseball and competitive cheer teams along with day to day care of Menlo College student athletes.

A 2001 Graduate of California State University, Hayward with a degree in Kinesiology with emphasis in Athletic Training and Pre-Physical Therapy, Dalnoki worked at NovaCare Outpatient clinic in Pinole as Director of Work Hardening and Conditioning from 2001 to 2002.  In 2002 he started working at Stanford University as a Graduate Assistant working with the Football and Men's Volleyball team while pursing his Masters degree.  Dalnoki graduated California State University, East Bay with a Masters in Kinesiology in 2004. 

He was then hired as a Staff Athletic Trainer at Stanford University working with the football, softball and men's and women's fencing teams over his 7 years.  A native of San Lorenzo, CA, Dalnoki currently resides in Mountain View with his wife Elizabeth.

Courtney Beverine I Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer I Courtney.Beverine@menlo.edu I 650-543-3739

Courtney Beverine enters her second year as a Graduate Assistant at Menlo College in the 2013-14 year. Her responsibilities this year will include Men's and Women's Soccer.

Beverine received a Bachelor's of Science in Athletic Training from Eastern University near Philadelphia, Penn. While at Eastern, she had many diverse clinical experiences including working with the Villanova University football team. She is currently in her first year as a graduate student in the Kinesiology program at San Jose State University.

A native of Baldwinsville, N.Y., Beverine currently resides in Union City, Calif. 

Patrick Reyes I Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer I 650-543-3739