Kerrie Snead, MS, ATC, CSCS is Baldwin’s Head Athletic Trainer. The athletic training program is committed to the health and safety of all Baldwin student-athletes and focuses on the prevention, evaluation, treatment and rehabilitation of injuries. Kerrie came to Baldwin with over 12 years of experience at the collegiate level and holds certifications from the National Athletic Trainers' Association, National Strength and Conditioning Association and National Academy of Sports Medicine.
The athletic training room is located on the first level of the Athletic Center next to the locker rooms and squash courts. It is equipped with a taping area, two treatment tables, a whirlpool, and numerous therapeutic exercise tools.
Dr. Alicia Tucker of Drexel Sports Medicine serves as supervising physician for Kerrie Snead and Baldwin Athletics. She is available to see students in her office for evaluation of both orthopedic injuries and concussions.
Strength & Conditioning
Baldwin’s Strength and Conditioning program is directed by Christian Jeantet. Christian has over 20 years of experience coaching and training athletes from a wide variety of sports. Snead and Jeantet partner to provide a program committed to both injury prevention and performance enhancement.