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Princeton Sports Medicine

By: Princeton Athletic Communications
          Release: 06/17/2006
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Mission Statement

Princeton University Athletic Medicine Department strives to provide the highest quality of health care to its student-athletes. Our Athletic Medicine team is comprised of 9 full-time Certified and Licensed Athletic Trainers, Team Physicians, Orthopedic Consultants and other health care providers. We are responsible for providing various medical services for over 1,200 student-athletes in 38 Division I sports in the Ivy League. Our goal is to help prevent and manage athletic related injuries and illnesses, with our primary emphasis being to educate the student athlete in good health maintenance and injury care. We believe that athletic medicine is an integral part of the health care team at Princeton University and is essential for the health and well-being for our student athletes.

  • Sports Medicine Facilities
  • Sports Medicine Staff Directory
  • Visiting Team Information (PDF)
  • Campus Map
  • Incoming Athletes/Returning Athletes

    Emergency Action Plans

    The following is a list of all Princeton University Athletic Medicine Facilities which have an established emergency action plan. Each plan includes the following important medical information: chain of command, emergency personnel for each athletic contest, emergency communication steps, emergency equipment and equipment available on-site, access to the venue, location of lightning shelter, location of emergency phones, and a link to venue maps.

    Feel free to print out any or all of this information for your records, however, this information will also be available to you on-site.

  • Caldwell Fieldhouse
  • Jadwin Gym
  • Princeton Stadium
  • Denunzio Pool
  • Weaver Track
  • 1952 Stadium
  • New Bedford Field
  • Gulick Field
  • Roberts Stadium
  • 1995 Softball Field
  • Lenz Tennis Center
  • Poe/Pardee Fields
  • Boathouse (Shea Rowing Center)
  • Finney/Campbell Fields
  • Sexton/Strubing Fields
  • Clarke Field
  • Baker Rink
  • Dillon Gym
  • Princeton Battlefield
  • Broadmeade Field
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    April
    17
    Friday
    M. Track & Field
    vs. Larry Ellis Invitational
    - All Day
    W. Track & Field
    vs. Larry Ellis Invitational
    - All Day
    April
    18
    Saturday
    W. Rowing - Open
    at Eisenberg Cup: Yale
    - 9:00 AM
    W. Rowing - Lightweight
    at Class of 1999 Cup: Radcliffe
    - 9:00 AM
    M. Rowing - Heavyweight
    vs. The Compton Cup: Harvard and MIT
    - 9:00 AM
    M. Rowing - Lightweight
    at Wood-Hammond Cup: Penn w/ Georgetown
    - 10:00 AM
    W. Water Polo
    vs. Harvard
    - 11:30 AM
    Baseball
    at Penn
    - 12:00 PM
    W. Lacrosse
    vs. Columbia
    - 1:00 PM
    Baseball
    at Penn
    - 3:30 PM
    Softball
    at Penn (Game 1)
    - 4:00 PM
    W. Water Polo
    at Brown
    - 5:00 PM
    Softball
    at Penn (Game 2)
    - 6:00 PM
    M. Volleyball
    vs. St. Francis
    - 7:00 PM
    April
    19
    Sunday
    Baseball
    at Penn
    - 12:00 PM
    W. Tennis
    vs. Cornell
    - 12:00 PM
    M. Tennis
    at Cornell
    - 1:00 PM
    Softball
    at Penn (Game 1)
    - 2:00 PM
    Baseball
    at Penn
    - 3:30 PM
    Softball
    at Penn (Game 2)
    - 4:00 PM
    April
    22
    Wednesday
    Softball
    vs. Yale (Game 1)
    - 2:00 PM
    Baseball
    vs. Rider
    - 3:30 PM
    Softball
    vs. Yale (Game 2)
    - 4:00 PM
    April
    23
    Thursday
    W. Track & Field
    at Penn Relays
    - All Day
    M. Track & Field
    at Penn Relays
    - All Day
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