Athletic Training Rooms
Michigan State University's Athletic Training Program offers daily athletic injury management care for varsity intercollegiate athletes through the utilization of six athletic training rooms on campus and a variety of medical consultation facilities. The Duffy Daugherty Football Building/sports Medicine and Performance Center, Jack Breslin Student Events Center, Clarence L. Munn Ice Arena, Jenison Fieldhouse, Intramural Sports Building-West, and the Spartan Football Stadium are equipped with a wide variety of therapeutic modalities, rehabilitation equipment, treatment areas, and physical examination regions.
Duffy Daugherty Football Building/Skandalaris Football Center
Located on the southeast corner of Shaw Lane and Chesnut Street, the Skandalaris Football Center/Duffy Daugherty Football Building is the centralized base for Spartan Football and the Athletic Training program at MSU. The Sports Medicine and Performance Center division includes athletic training, strength and conditioning, sports nutrition, sports psychology, and counseling. The Sports Mediciine and Performance Center occupies nearly 5,000 square feet offering a full compliment of Hydroworks cold, hot, and two underwater treadmill therapy pools. The Sports Medicine and PerformanceCenter offers an intergrative approach combining full time atheltic training staff offices, physician examination offices, Athletic Insurance personnel, medical preparation area, mental heatth counseling facilities, athletic training student lockers, athlete restroom and change facilities, state of the art treatment, therapy, and rehabilitation areas, taping and padding areas, and an efficient and proactive health care facility.
The Duffy Daugherty Sports Medicine and Performance Center completed recent updates in August, 2016. It features a Hydroworks Therapy Center which can be used for continuation of rehabilitation without overloading injured joints or musculature or for maintaining genernal redued stress fitness. The Skandalaris Football Center Duffy Daugherty Football Complex were completed in the Fall of 2008. In addition to the spacious athletic training room, the building also boasts nearly 9,000 square feet for the Spartan Strength Training Facility, an indoor practice facility, and 31,000 feet in the Clara Bell Smith Student-Athlete Academic Center opened for use by all MSU varsity athletes in May of 1998. The academic center, located at the northeast corner of the Duffy Football Building, contains an auditorium, study rooms, computer center, and a career center.
Clarence L. Munn Ice Arena/Athletic Training Facility
Located on the west side of Chesnut Street, south of Demonstration Hall, this facility is home for the Spartan Ice Hockey Team, seating over 6,000 spectators. Munn Ice Arena features an athletic training room complete with officespace, hydrotherapy, rehabilitation, treatment,and physician examination areas. Built into the natural slope of the rolling terrain, the structure gives the impression of being underground, since no external walls are visible.
The Michigan State Ice Hockey facility continues to stay a step ahead of the field when it comes to providing Spartan players with the most state-of-the-art facilities in existence. A newly remodeled locker room, training room, weight room, video room, and players' lounge were in place for the 1993-94 season as the Spartan Staff continues to make facilities a priority at MSU. Munn Arena is currently undergoing renovations on its locker room and athletic training facilities.
Jack Breslin Student Event Center/Athletic Training Facility
Located on the south side of Kalamazoo Street, east of Harrison Road, this state-of-the-art arena is the home of the MSU Men's and Women's Basketball teams. Completed in 1989, the Jack Breslin Student Events Center features an athletic training room with office space, hydrotherapy, rehabilitation, taping, and physician examination areas.
In addition to accommodating the Men's and Women's Basketball programs, the arena is used for student commencements, concerts, trade shows, conventions, banquets, and other functions of interest to both the university and community.The Jack Breslin Student Events Center features a combination of bench and chair seating for 15,138 spectators, as well as eight luxury boxes. Other features of the facility and the attached Alfred Berkowitz Basketball Complex include two auxiliary basketball practice gyms, a weight room, an auxilliary gym athletic training room, meeting rooms, offices for arena operations and men's and women's basketball coaching staffs, a press room, an equipment room and a tickets sales counter with adjoining offices.
Jenison Fieldhouse/Athletic Training Facility
Located on the north side of Kalamazoo Street, the Jenison Fieldhouse athletic training room is the busiest on campus with 17 different sports utilizing the facility for their in- and out-of-season medical needs. The Jenison Fieldhouse athletic training room features office space, a hydrotherapy room, rehabilitation, treatment, private treatment and physician examination areas. Competing in the Jenison Fieldhouse are the MSU Men's and Women's Indoor Track, Men's and Women's Gymnastics, Volleyball, and Wrestling teams. The Jenison athletic training room was renovated along with all of the other varsity locker rooms in 2002.
Jenison Fieldhouse also houses many athletic training education classes and learning opportunities, and also has a private room which was funded by MSU alumni Ronnie Barnes. Jenison is located within a short distance of Pentecost Plaza, which contains Old College Field, DeMartin Stadium, McLane Baseball Stadium, and Secchia Softball Stadium. These are the locations of MSU baseball, softball, and soccer teams.
Intramural Sports Building - West
Located south of Red Cedar Road and west of Spartan Stadium, IM-West is thepractice facility for the MSU Wrestling and the Men's and Women's Swimming/Diving teams. The IM WestMen's and Women's Swimming/Diving teams also hold meets at the IM-West Building. The IM-West athletic training room is complete with office space, hydrotherapy, rehabilitation, taping, and treatment areas.
Located south of Red Cedar Road and east of the Intramural Sports Building-West, Spartan Stadium, home for all Michigan State Football games, ranks as the 20th largest college-owned structure of its kind (designed solely for football) in the nation and fifth-largest in the Big Ten. Its 75,005-seat capacity is surpassed in the conference only by Michigan, Penn State, Ohio State, and Wisconsin. Outside Spartan Stadium also plays host to MSU field hockey games and is complete with home and visitor locker rooms for visiting Field Hockey and Track and Field Teams with athletic training rooms attached within the stadium on the south west corner. The MSu Spartan Football Athltic Traiining Rooms offers game day preparation areas such as taping, treatment, physican examination rooms,and a MSU Radiology facility upstairs for game day assistance.
For more on our facilities please visit: http://www.msuspartans.com/facilities/msu-facilities.html
Undergraduate/Graduate Athletic Training Education Program
105 IM Circle
Michigan State University
East Lansing, MI 48824