NYSATA Conference

Live webinar Wednesday June 24
Webinar will also be offered as a home study after this date
Free to NYSATA members!


Details coming soon!




Jim passed away suddenly on Saturday 3/14/2020.  In addition to being the Associate Head Athletic Trainer at Cornell University for over 30 years, Jim has served as the NYSATA Scholarship Chair for the past 5 years.

During his time as Scholarship Chair he was instrumental in working with the NYSATA Executive Council in not only increasing the number of available student scholarships, but also increasing the size of the scholarship awards.  We will miss his big smile when presenting the scholarships at our EATA state meeting. The shock of his loss is still very raw and we will greatly miss having Jim taking part in the NYSATA mission.  Our hearts, thoughts and prayers go out to his wife Ladeen, daughter Devin, sons Carson and Collin as well as his Cornell Sports Medicine family.


In lieu of flowers, you can help the Case Family by donating to the Jim Case Memorial Family Fund either electronically via Venmo account: @JimCase-MemorialFamilyFund or by mail to Tompkins Trust Co., Jim Case Memorial Fund, c/o Thomas Cannon, PO Box 460, Ithaca, NY 14851.  Checks may be made payable to: Jim Case Memorial Family Fund.



Remembering Jim Case


In Memory of Jim Case

In Memoriam

Jim Case 


It's time for New York State to Get in the Game!
NYSATA has launched a campaign website to allow ATs and others who support us to send letters to our legislators, urging them to support our legislation (S.5127/A.5499A). A copy of the letter is available on the website - you are not signing blindly.



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The Ithaca Bombers defeated Cortland, 32-20, in the 61st annual Cortaca Jug rivalry game. The contest set a Division III attendance record of 45,161 at MetLife Stadium, eclipsing the previous mark of 37,355 for the 2017 St. Thomas vs. St. John's (Minn.) game at Target Field in Minneapolis.

Cortland picture above left includes, L-R: Emily Hoffman, AT-S; Amber Rice, AT-S; Taylor Kenney, AT-S, Emily Hynes, AT-S and Ryan Hill, AT-S; not pictured are Pat Donnelly, MS, ATC and Eric Levasseur, MS, ATC.


Ithaca picture above right, L-R: Brian Buttrick (AT-S), Chris Hummel, MS, ATC, Angelina Domena (Ex Science Student going into an MS-AT program at UVA), Madison Durocher (AT-S), Hunter Stuart (AT-S), Cody Walmsley (AT-S), Lance Amarilio (AT-S), Kyle Morris, MEd, ATC, Andrew Getzin, MD, Todd Lazenby, MA, ATC

The mission of the New York State Athletic Trainers’ Association shall be to advance, encourage, and improve the profession of athletic training by developing the common interests of its membership for the purpose of enhancing the quality of health care for the physically active in New York State.

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