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“Coach V”

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Veronica Alejo-Waits, BS, LAT

Veronica Alejo-Waits has been an athletic trainer at Lockhart ISD for ten years. A graduate of Tarleton State University in 2005, she began her professional athletic training career as the Head athletic trainer for an arena football team, the Odessa Roughnecks (IFL, Intense Football League), who captured the Championship title in late 2006. In 2007, she took her first high school job as the assistant athletic trainer at Calhoun County ISD, home of the Fighting Sandcrabs and Sandies. After a year on the coast, she felt she needed to move inland and found a home in Lockhart, America. “Coach V” enjoys the small-town atmosphere of Lockhart and the close knit family-feel of the community. She is excited and anxious to see the progress of the Lockhart Lions and Lady Lions and is an admirer of the constant hard work and dedication these young men and women put into their sport.

 

 

“Coach Easley”

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Daniel Easley, MA, ATC, LAT

Daniel enters his third year as an athletic trainer for Lockhart ISD. He has been a licensed and certified athletic trainer since 2005.  He previously worked as the Assistant Program Director of Sports Medicine for a Trinity Mother Frances Hospitals and Clinics in Tyler, TX and was contracted out full time as the head athletic trainer to Rusk ISD in Rusk, TX. In addition to working at the high school level he has worked for the Atlanta Braves, San Jose State and Stanford University. He received his Master of Art in Athletic Training from San Jose State University in San Jose, California and received his Bachelor of Science from Angelo State University in San Angelo, TX. Daniel also  teaches the sports medicine courses at Lockhart.

 

 

“Coach Cat”

Catherine McCulley, MA, ATC, LAT

Cat is beginning her first year as an athletic trainer for Lockhart ISD. She graduated from the University of Texas at Arlington in 2014 with her Bachelor’s degree in athletic training. She has been licensed and certified for three years. She spent a year internship at Georgia Southern University working with the softball and tennis teams. She moved back to Texas in 2015 and worked for a year at Azalea Orthopedics assisting with an active recovery program and outreach at local high schools. In 2016 she worked as a graduate assistant for Christus Trinity Mother Frances at Lindale High School. During this time she finished her Master’s degree from the University of Texas at Tyler in Kinesiology.

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