Lawrence Academy students are encouraged to prepare properly for participation in the athletic program and educational materials and guidance are provided to students in the LA athletic program. The primary objective is to establish an athletic health care program where communication among athletes, parents, coaches, and treating physicians is clear and directed towards the best interests of the student-athlete.
The Athletic Training Room is a health care facility where athletes receive treatment, care, preventive assistance, and rehabilitation. The athletic trainer is responsible for providing health care services designed to prevent injury and maintain the athlete's ability to compete at the highest level.
The Policies and Procedures Guideline for Athletic Medical Care provides a protocol for the athletic trainer to perform those tasks and functions that fall within the prevention, management, and rehabilitation of athletic injuries for Lawrence Academy students during the academic year. Licensed/certified athletic trainers follow these procedures under the direction of the State of Massachusetts rules and regulations pertaining to athletic trainers. A copy of these regulations is available in the Athletic Training Room.
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Athletic Venue Emergency Action Plans & Map
- Athletic Map (PDF)
- Stone Athletic Center (PDF)
- Spaulding Sterns Fields (PDF)
- Shumway Fields (PDF)
- Football Field (PDF)
- Grant Rink (PDF)
- Lancaster Field (PDF)
Training Room Hours
The Athletic Training Room is staffed on days until all home practices/games are completed. Please contact the athletic training office with any questions or concerns.
- National Athletic Trainers' Association Position Statements
- USADA Anti-Doping Agency Supplement High Risk List
- Athletic Trainers of Massachusetts
- Collins Sports Medicine Products
- Gatorade Sports Science Institute
- Massachusetts Sports-Related Concussions & Head Injuries
- MRSA Statement NATA
- Children's Hospital Sports Medicine Department
Did you know?
As part of maintaining a clean and healthy hydration environment for our athletes, the Lawrence Academy Athletic Training staff make sure that all water bottles are put through a dishwasher, which was recently installed, on a daily basis. Team managers are required to bring up bottles after each practice and game.
Athletic Training Staff
Frank Mastrangelo, CMAA, LAT, ATC, EMT
Assistant Director of Athletics, CMAA
Head Athletic Trainer, LAT, ATC, EMT
Westfield State University '91
978-448-1551 (office), 978-987-1688 (cell)
Mark Francis, MD
Stephen L. Simpson, MD, PC
Orthopedics and Sports Medicine
Michael Beasley, MD
Division of Sports Medicine
Concussion Clinic Team, CIC
Boston Children's Hospital