Community Outreach

University of Utah Health Sports Medicine has partnered with several Utah high school and community-sponsored events to provide sports medicine health care services and athletic training coverage. Sports medicine services include primary emergency medical services, injury evaluation and management, education, injury prevention, and sports performance among others.

Our goal in community involvement and outreach is to make sure that your high school, tournament, camp, or athletic event is prepared for any medical needs, making the event both safer and more fun for participants.

Partner With Us

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We can customize medical coverage and services to meet the needs of your school, organization, or event. Please email event coverage requests and/or questions to:
sportsmedicine@utah.edu

Meet the Athletic Trainers

Anni Funk (UU Hockey and Club Sports)

Anni Funk is a board certified and state licensed athletic trainer covering University of Utah men’s and women’s hockey as well as ATC to Joy English, MD, at the UUOC. Under the direction of team physician, Dr. Joy English, Anni provides emergency care, as well as prevention of athletic injuries, assessment, treatment, and rehabilitation.

Anni serves as an approved clinical instructor for masters students in the athletic training education program at the University of Utah.

Jenny Zehner (Judge Memorial High School)

Jenny is the head athletic trainer at Judge Memorial Catholic High School and assists with the day-to-day health care needs of student athletes. She is a licensed, certified athletic trainer and works under the direction of David Petron, MD, and Robert Burks, MD, with University of Utah Health. Her daily responsibilities include emergency care; prevention, evaluation, management and treatment of athletic injuries; and rehabilitation and education of sport-related injuries.

In addition to her normal work responsibilities, Jenny also serves as an approved clinical instructor for athletic training students in the entry-level master’s athletic training education program at the University of Utah.

Austin Roeda (Jordan High School)

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Austin is the head athletic trainer at Jordan High School. He is a board-certified and state-licensed athletic trainer, working under the direction of Amy Powell, MD, through University of Utah Health. His daily responsibilities include emergency management; prevention, evaluation, and treatment of athletic injuries; and education and rehabilitation of sport-related injuries.

Kenlynn Carter (Salt Lake Community College)

After graduating from the University of Utah Athletic Training program, Kenlynn spent a year working with professional dance company Ririe Woodbury in Salt Lake City. She then returned to school for two years to obtain a master’s degree in athletic training from Ohio University while working with the Ohio University football team.

After graduation, she accepted a job working with Salt Lake Community College athletics. Working in this field has allowed her to travel around the country and the Bahamas and witness seven national tournament appearances.

Katelny Graczyk (Brighton High School)

Katelyn is the head athletic trainer working at Brighton High School. She is a licensed, certified athletic trainer and works under the direction of team physician Julia Rawlings, MD. Katelyn's responsibilities include emergency management; as well as prevention, assessment, treatment, and rehabilitation of athletic injuries and conditions; and education on sport-related injuries.

Katelyn is a member of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA), the Rocky Mountain Athletic Trainers’ Association (RMATA), and the Utah Athletic Trainers’ Association (UATA). She also serves as UATA Secondary School Committee member.

Katelyn also serves as an approved preceptor for the master of athletic training program at the University of Utah. She oversees athletic training students who complete clinical hours at Brighton High School.

Bryanna Howard (Mountain Ridge High School)

Bryanna is a certified athletic trainer working at Mountain Ridge High School. She works under the direction of team physician Michael Henrie, MD. Bryanna's responsibilities include emergency care, prevention, assessment, and rehabilitation of athletic injuries. She is also an adjunct professor in the University of Utah Department of Athletic Training & Physical Therapy.

Travis Nolan (Herriman High School)

Travis is the head athletic trainer at Herriman High School and assists with the day-to-day health care needs of student-athletes. Travis is a licensed, certified Athletic Trainer and works under the direction of Travis Maak, MD, with University of Utah Health. His daily responsibilities include emergency care; prevention, evaluation, management, and treatment of athletic injuries; and rehabilitation and education of sport-related injuries.

Travis has also taken multiple continuing education courses, such as positional release therapy and Mulligan technique. He is currently serving as a member on the Utah Athletic Trainers Association Public Relations Committee and as an approved clinical instructor for graduate students in the athletic training program at the University of Utah.

Hailey Pabst

Hailey is the head athletic trainer working at Copper Hills High School. Hailey is a board certified, licensed athletic trainer working under the direction of team physician Chris Gee, MD. Her daily responsibilities include emergency care, prevention, assessment, treatment, and rehabilitation of athletic injuries.

Before joining University of Utah Health, Hailey worked as the head athletic trainer for high schools in the Las Vegas and Salt Lake areas.