NEWS & EVENTS
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Athletic Training for Visiting Teams
  • Football and Soccer

    Bernlohr Stadium is the home to Capital University Football and Soccer teams. A representative of the Capital University Athletic Training Staff will contact visiting teams' athletic trainer or designated individual to discuss access to medical facilities and medical coverage. The visiting team’s athletic training location is adjacent to the multipurpose room on the north side of the Capital Center Fieldhouse.

    The following items are made available for game preparations: hot pack unit, ice, 4 taping tables, 2 treatment tables, and biohazard management equipment. After the first half of play the water on the visitor sideline will replenished as well as treatment ice. Cups are available upon request. Please call ahead if you need us to provide them.

    Emergency medical services and a Capital University physician will be on-call for every Soccer competition. A physician will be on-site for all varsity Football games. For all football games, a field vehicle with emergency equipment (spineboard, vacuum splints, AED) will be made available to assist in the transport of an injured athlete off of the field if requested. There will be one rescue squad assigned to the field for both teams. They will stand by until you request their assistance. ALS services will be on the field or readily available in the stadium. Capital uses University Hospital East (located 2.5 miles from the stadium) for emergency medical treatment. Transport to the hospital will be coordinated by the rescue squad.

    Basketball and Volleyball

    The Capital Center Gymnasium is home to the Capital University Basketball and Volleyball teams. A representative of the Capital University Athletic Training Staff will contact visiting teams' athletic trainer or designated individual to discuss access to medical facilities and medical coverage. Prior to competitions and practice sessions, visiting athletic training staff has access to the Athletic Training Facility, where they can use various modalities in the care of their athletes. During competitions and practice sessions, hot packs, extra first aid supplies, water, cups, a contaminated materials container (CMC) and injury ice are provided. Taping tables, water and cups are available in the visitor locker room. Crutches, vacuum splints, and an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) are located on the home bench. Emergency medical services and a Capital University physician will be on-call at every competition.

    Tennis

    Capital University hosts home tennis matches on six courts located on the corner of Astor Avenue and Pleasant Ridge. A repreentative of the Capital University Athletic Training Staff will contact visiting teams' athletic trainer or designated individual to discuss access to medical facilities and medical coverage. Prior to competitions and practice sessions, visiting sports medicine staff will have access to the Capital Center Athletic Training Facility. The facility is located on the first floor of the Capital Center and is equipped with the following modalities: ice, hot packs, electrical stimulation and ultrasound. During competitions and practice sessions, water cups, and injury ice are provided. Crutches, vacuum splints, an Automated External Defibrillator (AED), a first aid kit, and a contaminated materials container (CMC) are available in the Athletic Training Facility during practice and competition. Emergency medical services and a Capital University physician will be on-call at every competition.

    Baseball and Softball

    Clowson Field is home to Capital University’s Baseball and Softball teams. A representative of the Capital University Athletic Training Staff will contact visiting teams' athletic trainer or designated individual to discuss access to medical facilities and medical coverage. Prior to competitions and practice sessions, visiting sports medicine staff has access to the Capital University Athletic Training Facility, where they can use various modalities in the care of their athletes. During competitions and practice sessions, water cups, and injury ice bags are provided. Crutches, vacuum splints, an Automated External Defibrillator (AED), a first aid kit, and a contaminated materials container (CMC) are available at Clowson field during contests. Emergency medical service has a response time of less than ten minutes, and a physician is on-call for every competition.

    Track and Field

    The Capital Center Multipurpose Forum is home to Capital University’s Indoor Track and Field teams. A representative of the Capital University Athletic Training Staff will contact visiting teams' athletic trainer or designated individual to discuss access to medical facilities and medical coverage. Prior to competitions and practice sessions, visiting sports medicine staff has access to the Capital University Athletic Training Facility, where they can use various modalities in the care of their athletes. During competitions and practice sessions, water, cups, and injury ice bags are provided. Crutches, vacuum splints, an Automated External Defibrillator (AED), a first aid kit, and a contaminated materials container (CMC) will be located in the Athletic Training Facility, located adjacent to the multipurpose forum, during contests. Emergency medical service has a response time of less than ten minutes, and a physician is on-call for every competition.