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Jason Porter, MS, ATC
Associate Athletics Director for Sports Medicine
Porter graduated from Oklahoma Baptist University in 1997 with an undergraduate degree in Exercise Science and a concentration in Sports Medicine. During his undergraduate career, Porter obtained summer positions at both the United States Military Academy, West Point, NY and the United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD. In 1999, Porter completed his master’s degree in sports administration at Texas Tech University while serving as a Graduate Assistant with football and track and field. Porter was the Head Athletic Trainer at Southwest Baptist University from 1999-2001 and the Head Football Athletic Trainer at Liberty during the 2002 and 2003 seasons.
From 2003 – 2008, Porter moved into full time ministry fulfilling positions as church administrator, college pastor and senior pastor in the St. Louis, MO area. While in the ministry, Porter kept his athletic training skills sharp by working as an adjunct professor at Logan College of Chiropractic, teaching in the Masters’ Program in Sports Science and Rehabilitation. Porter additionally taught Biomechanics in the Health and Sport Science department at Missouri Baptist University. Porter’s passion for both teaching and athletics, has allowed him the privilege of preaching at team chapels for the St. Louis Rams, NCAA Women’s Final Four Coaches’ Chapel, numerous FCA and AIA events, and pregame devotions for Liberty baseball and women’s basketball programs respectively.
Porter is a member of the Virginia Athletic Trainers Association (VATA) and the National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA). Porter also serves as an ACES BOC workshop instructor.
In 2009, Porter returned to Liberty University when he joined the Athletic Training Education Program faculty as the Clinical Coordinator and assistant professor teaching the practicum courses, Upper and Lower Evaluation, Medical Aspects, Community Health, and Introduction to Exercise Science. Porter is an adjunct professor in Health Science and is currently pursuing his doctorate in Educational Leadership through Liberty University.
Porter is married to Rachael and the couple has one daughter, Eden (7). The Porters currently reside in Lynchburg.
Barry Finke MS, ATC, PES, CES
Senior Associate Athletic Trainer - Head Football Athletic Trainer
Mr. Finke is the senior assistant athletic trainer assigned to football. Finke completed his undergraduate work at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga in 2000 and received his MS degree from UT Chattanooga in 2002.
Finke is married to Marry and has two children, Noah (4) and Ella (2).
Tuesday Hunt, MBA, ATC
Senior Associate Athletic Trainer for Women's Sports – Volleyball, M&W Tennis
She is certified through the Board of Certification (BOC) and holds memberships with National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA), Mid-Atlantic Athletic Trainers’ Association (MAATA) and Virginia Athletic Trainers Association (VATA).Previous to Liberty, Hunt served as assistant athletic trainer at the University of Louisville for Women’s Basketball. While at Louisville she had the privilege of working with the 2012-2013 NCAA Women’s Basketball National Champion Runner-Up.
Before her stint at Louisville, Hunt was named Associate Athletic Trainer at Charleston Southern University after serving as Assistant Athletic Trainer for four years. During her time at CSU, she worked with Women’s Basketball, Volleyball and Cheerleading.Hunt served two years as the Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer at Charleston Southern University where she worked with Track and Field, Cross Country, Football and Women’s Basketball.
Hunt graduated from Erskine College with a Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training in 2006. In 2008 she graduated from Charleston Southern University with a Master’s in Business Administration.She is married to Blake Hunt and the couple currently resides in Lynchburg, Va.
Aaron Schreiner, MS, ATC, CES
Senior Associate Athletic Trainer for Men's Sports – M. Basketball/Golf/
Aaron Schreiner enters his 12th year as a member of the sports medicine staff after being hired in August 2005. Currently, Schreiner serves as the head athletic trainer for the men's basketball program. In addition, Schreiner also oversees athletic training for the men's golf program and is responsible for coordinating rehab and insurance for all Liberty Athletics programs.
Schreiner came to Liberty from Tiffin University in Tiffin, Ohio, where he served as a graduate assistant from August of 2003 until May of 2005, while pursuing his master's degree at Toledo. At Tiffin, Schreiner served primarily as an athletic trainer for the Dragon's football program, while assisting with the men's and women's soccer, men's and women's basketball, softball, and baseball teams.
Prior to his days at Tiffin, Schreiner worked with the Chillicothe Paints Baseball Club of the Frontier League in Chillicothe, Ohio. He served as a certified athletic trainer during the 2003 season and as a first aid responder and medical assistant during the 2002 season.
A National Athletic Trainers' Association member since 2002, Schreiner is a 2002 graduate of Taylor University in Upland, Ind., where he received his bachelor's degree in athletic training. He received his master of science in exercise science with an emphasis in clinical kinesiology from Toledo in May 2005, finishing the program with magna cum laude honors.
Schreiner, a native of Continental, Ohio, and his wife, Chelsea, who is from Chillicothe, Ohio, were married in November 2005. Together, the couple has two daughters, Abby and Aubrey.
Hugh Blocker, MS, ATC
Assistant Athletic Trainer - W. Soccer, Softball, Swimming
Hugh Blocker is the assistant athletic trainer responsible for providing care and coverage for Women’s Soccer, Women’s Swimming and Diving, and Softball. Blocker returned to Liberty in September 2014 after spending the previous two years at The College of William and Mary.
Blocker is certified through the Board of Certification (BOC) and holds memberships with the National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA), Mid-Atlantic Athletic Trainers’ Association (MAATA) and the Virginia Athletic Trainers’ Association (VATA).
Blocker had previously served as a Graduate Assistant at Liberty from 2009-2012, where he completed his M.S. in Sports Management and Administration. Blocker completed his undergraduate work at Cedarville University (OH), earning a B.S. in Athletic Training.
He has been involved with the international sports ministry Athletes in Action since his time at Cedarville, having travelled on summer tours to Mexico and Guatemala with a multitude of teams. Blocker has also been member of the National Ski Patrol since 2003, currently volunteering on weekends at Wintergreen Resort when he is able.
Hugh Blocker is the assistant athletic trainer responsible for providing care and coverage for Women’s Soccer, Women’s Swimming and Diving, and Softball. Blocker returned to Liberty in September 2014 after spending the previous two years at The College of William an
Ben Galley, MS, ATC, PES
Assistant Athletic Trainer - W. Basketball/Cheerleading
Mr. Galley is the assistant athletic trainer in charge of women’s basketball and cheerleading. Galley graduated from Liberty with a bachelor’s degree in athletic training in 2009. The following year, he earned a master’s degree in athletic training from California (Pa.). He also owns a National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) certification as a Performance Enhancement Specialist (PES). Galley is married to Mrs. Katie Galley.
Mary Green, MS, ATC
Assistant Athletic Trainer - Track & Field/Cross Country
Ms. Green serves as the assistant athletic trainer responsible for Liberty University’s track and field and cross country teams. Green completed her undergraduate work at Wingate University in 2011 and received her master’s degree from the University of South Carolina in 2013 where she was a graduate assistant with women’s golf, women’s tennis, track & field and cross country. Green has served as an athletic trainer with the international sports ministries of Athletes in Action and Fellowship of Christian Athletes on a number of summer tours traveling to Russia, the Caribbean, Guatemala and in the states with the Xenia Scouts baseball team in Ohio.
Maggie Carr, MS, ATC
Assistant Athletic Trainer - Football Assistant
Maggie Lindsey joined the Liberty Sports Medicine staff in December 2013, currently holding the position of Assistant Athletic Trainer.
Dan Preusser, MEd, ATC, CES
Assistant Athletic Trainer – M. Soccer/Baseball
Jen Tapken, MS, ATC
Assistant Athletic Trainer – Lacrosse/Field Hockey
Ms. Tapken is the assistant athletic trainer responsible for women’s lacrosse and field hockey. She completed her undergraduate degree at Liberty in 2010 and received her master’s in sports science at Florida State University in 2012 where she was a graduate assistant with the women’s tennis and sand volleyball teams.
Sports Medicine Graduate Assistant
Logan Spiers, ATC
|Jeremy Aspa, ATC
Hometown: Virginia Beach, Va.
Undergraduate: George Mason '13, Athletic Training
Pursuing: Master of Science; Sports Management
Matt Yates, ATC
Hometown: Charlotte, N.C.
Undergraduate: Gardner-Webb '14, Athletic Training
Pursuing: Master of Public Health - Nutrition
In her current position within the Sports Medicine department, Becker coordinates and facilitates the secondary insurance process for all of Liberty’s NCAA student-athletes. She serves as a liaison for Liberty’s secondary insurance company, medical providers and student-athletes. Becker is responsible for filing claims, resolving claim denials and communicating with athletic trainers, student-athletes, parents, insurance companies and medical providers.
Liberty University Health Services
Bradley Haupricht, M.D. (Head Team Physician)
The Orthopedic Center of Central Virginia
John Prahinski, M.D.
Michael Diminick, M.D.
Brian McAndrew, M.D.
Adam Palmer, DC
Jeff Lowes, DC
Chuck Rodgers MA, LPC, LMFT