Point Loma High School

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Ryan Nokes , Head ATC:

Ryan Nokes has been the Head Athletic Trainer at Point Loma High School since May of 2015. Ryan brings a wealth of knowledge and previous experience to this position. Prior to becoming the Head Athletic Trainer, Ryan served as the Assistant Athletic Trainer for the fall of 2014 and winter of 2015. He came from San Francisco State University, where he was the primary Athletic Trainer for the Men’s Soccer and Women’s Track and Field teams.  In addition to his Athletic Training experience, Ryan has also worked with some of the leading doctor’s and chiropractors in the San Diego area. Ryan also has a strong affiliation with Point Loma Nazarene University, where he serves as an Adjunct Professor in their Kinesiology Department. He is also in charge of coordinating the Point Loma Nazarene University Athletic Training Students Interns at Point Loma High School. Ryan received his Bachelor’s Degree in Athletic Training in 2012 from Point Loma Nazarene University, his Master’s Degree in Athletic Training in 2014 from San Jose State University, and he is currently working on his Doctorate Degree at Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions.

Delaney Cassidy, ATC

Delaney Cassidy enters her first year as the Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer at Point Loma High School. Delaney comes to Point Loma High School as part of the Graduate Kinesiology Program at Point Loma Nazarene University. She is a Board Certified Athletic Trainer and received her Bachelor’s Degree in Athletic Training in 2015 from Point Loma Nazarene University. Delaney also was a student intern at Point Loma High School in 2012 while she was attending Point Loma Nazarene University for her Bachelor’s Degree.

AT Interns from PLNU
"We are privileged to serve as a clinical rotation site for athletic training students from Point Loma Nazarene University. These students are in their sophomore level in the athletic training program and come in with training in emergency and immediate care. They work with our student athletes on a daily basis both in the clinic and on the sidelines, under the head ATC's supervision. They are a great addition to our department, not only developing professionally as future athletic trainers, but serving as positive role-models for our student athletes." -- Megan Skelton, Prior Head ATC