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Wentworth Sports Medicine

The role of Wentworth Sports Medicine is to provide quality health care to the intercollegiate student-athletes at the Wentworth Institute of Technology. The certified athletic trainers (ATC) on staff are credentialed professionals with diverse educational backgrounds and experiences. The care provided to student-athletes includes injury prevention, recognition and assessment, treatment, rehabilitation, education, and healthcare administration. The sports medicine staff will work in junction with the team physicians, student health services, wellness and disability services, Boston area physical therapy clinics, and athletic administration to ensure that student-athletes have a safe and effective road to recovery.

Important Links

Student-Athlete Pre-Participation Paperwork


Visiting Team Information


Frequently Asked Questions 

Concussion Management Plan | Emergency Action Plan |  



Jackie (Clark) Germain, MS, ATC, LAT, CSCS, CES
Head Athletic Tariner/Athletics Health Care Administrator
(617) 989-4144 

Jackie Germain (nee Clark) was named the Head Athletic Trainer at Wentworth Institute of Technology on July 1, 2013, and is entering her sixth season with the Leopards. In addition to overseeing all athletic training services, including the oversight of two athletic trainers and clinicial students, she is the NCAA's designated Athletics Health Care Administrator at Wentworth.

Prior to her arrival at Wentworth, Germain spent four years (2009-2013) at Southern Maine where she assisted in the coverage and care of student-athletes on 22 varsity teams, including serving as the athletic trainer for the field hockey, men’s ice hockey, and nationally ranked baseball teams. Additionally, she organized and conducted wrestling hydration testing and assisted the compliance office with the completion of medical hardship waiver forms. During her tenure at Southern Maine she was also an adjunct faculty member in the University’s Department of Exercise, Health, and Sport Sciences.

Germain spent two years in Florida while obtaining her Master’s degree in athletic training, which she received from the University of Florida in 2009. During the 2007-2008 academic year she was the Head Athletic Trainer at Columbia High School in Lake City and spent the following year working as an athletic trainer at Gainesville High School and was a teaching assistant at the University of Florida.

A 2007 graduate of Springfield College with a Bachelor’s degree in athletic training, Germain was a four-year member of the Pride’s swimming and diving team and helped the squad to four straight New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) Championships.

Germain holds professional memberships with the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA), National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA), and the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM).

Miguel Gonzalez, MS, ATC, LAT
Athletic Trainer
(617) 989-4940

Miguel Gonzalez was named as an athletic trainer for the Leopards in February, 2016.

Gonzalez came to Wentworth after having served as the Head Athletic Trainer for the Boston Blades of the Canadian Women’s Hockey League where he was responsible for covering, providing treatment to, and helping to maintain the health of all home practices and games.

Prior to joining the Blades, Gonzalez spent the 2015 season with the Pawtucket Red Sox, the AAA affialiate of the Boston Red Sox. While with the PawSox, Gonzalez provided evaluations, treatments, and rehabilitations of Boston Red Sox and Minor League Baseball affiliates using manual therapies, modalities, muscle energy, and other effective treatments. He worked to provide medical coverage for all practices and games during spring training and the regular season and worked in tandem with the strength and conditioning staff to provide nutrition, workouts, and other programs to help maintain performance throughout the season.

A 2012 graduate of Endicott College with a Bachelor’s degree in athletic training, Gonzalez worked with many of the Gulls’ varsity teams as a student as well as doing internships with both Lynnfield High School and Sports Medicine North. Gonzalez also interned with Endicott’s softball team as a coach and spent two years (2013-2015) at the Athletic Trainer at the Dexter Southfield School. He received his Master’s degree in health and human performance from Austin Peay in 2013. While at Austin Peay he worked as the Head Athletic Trainer at Montgomery Central High School.

Allison Noyes, MS, ATC
Athletic Trainer
(617) 989-4719

The newest member of the Wentworth Athletic Training staff, Allison Noyes joined the Leopards in September, 2016.

Noyes comes to Wentworth from Elmira College where she served as an assistant athletic trainer and covered the Purple Eagles’ women’s soccer, women’s ice hockey, men’s volleyball, and softball teams as well as working with the men’s ice hockey team. While at Elmira she evaluated and created treatment protocols for injured student-athletes, was responsible for documenting all athletic injuries, administered pre-participation exams for all student-athletes, administered baseline and post-injury concussion ImPACT and SAC testing and coordinated the scheduling of all student assisting in the Athletic Training Office.

A 2014 graduate of Endicott with a Bachelor’s degree in athletic training, Noyes was a four-year letterwinner for the Gulls’ softball team where she twice helped Endicott capture the Commonwealth Coast Conference Championship and earn a berth in the NCAA Tournament. In her senior season the Gulls advanced to the NCAA regional finals. While a student the Tewksbury, Mass., native worked for a semester at the University of Massachusetts Lowell during her senior year.

Noyes earned her Master’s degree from Elmira in 2016 with a concentration in education.


Team Physicians (Through Boston Children's Hospital)

Head Team Physician: Sarah Jackson, MD
Team Physician: Gianmichel Corrado, MD
Orthopedic Team Consultant: Benton Heyworth, MD