March 1, 2005
Terrence Gee MS ATC
Mr. Gee is an assistant athletic trainer at the University of Maryland - College Park. He is the primary trainer for the men's soccer and lacrosse teams.
Tom Maino, M.D.
Dr. Maino is the current primary care sports medicine fellow at the University of Maryland. He is a board certified family physician. He is a former Naval Flight Surgeon. He received engineering and medical degrees at the University of Colorado and recently completed his family medicine residency at the University of Maryland. He is a member of the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine.
Andrea Roth, MS, ATC
Andrea begins her third year as an assistant in the Sportsmedicine Department working with the Women's Soccer and Women's Lacrosse teams. The Harrisburg, PA native completed her undergraduate studies at West Chester University in 1993 and her master's degree at the University of Alabama in 1995.
Prior to College Park, Andrea was on staff at the US Naval Academy and the Ohio State University. She was a member of the medical staff for the 2004 Olympic games in Athens and also served at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics. Andrea will be a member of the host medical staff for the 2005 IFWLA World Cup Championship being held at the US Naval Academy in June.
Bryan W. Smith, M.D., Ph.D., FAAP
Bryan is the medical consultant for the Atlantic Coast Conference and the editor of the ACC Sports Sciences website. Prior to his duties for the ACC, Dr. Smith was the Head Team Physician at the University of North Carolina for nearly ten years. He has authored approximately fifty scholarly articles and given more than sixty -five invited scholarly lectures. A pediatrician with a doctorate in exercise physiology, Dr. Smith is a member of the American Board of Pediatrics, a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics, a member of the American College of Sports Medicine, and a charter member of the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine. He has served as the medical consultant to the NCAA Football Rules Committee, served on the NCAA Baseball Research Panel, and has been a past chairman of the NCAA Committee on Competitive Safeguards and Medical Aspects of Sports. Currently, Dr. Smith is a member of the United States Lacrosse Sports Science and Safety Committee and a member of the North Carolina Medical Society's Sports Medicine Committee.
Sandy Worth, ATC
Sandy who has been affiliated with Maryland's athletic program since 1973, coordinates and directs the medical care for the Terps' football program. A native of Timonium, Md., she supervises and schedules a professional staff of three full time assistants and approximately 10 student athletic trainers who combine to provide medical assistance to the university's football program. Worth, a 1973 graduate of Maryland, joined the Terps' staff that same year as an associate athletic trainer. She was promoted to head athletic trainer in 1992.
During her career at Maryland, Worth has worked directly with five teams that have captured national championships - four in women's lacrosse and one in field hockey. In addition, she was the athletic trainer for the women's basketball program when it won eight ACC titles and advanced to three NCAA Final Fours.
Sandy also serves as the Head Athletic Trainer for the US Women's Lacrosse team, winners of the last 4 World Cup Championships. Worth will again accompany the team to the 2005 World Cup Championship at the US Naval Academy this June.
Michael A. Yorio, M.D.
Dr. Yorio is in his second year as Team Physician at the University of Maryland at College Park. He is Board Certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine and has a Certificate of Added Qualification in Sports Medicine. Dr. Yorio holds the title of Assistant Professor at the University of Maryland Medical System in the Departments of Internal Medicine and Orthopedics. He completed a categorical residency in internal medicine at Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte, North Carolina and fellowship training in primary care sports medicine at the University of Maryland Medical System in Baltimore, Maryland. He is a member of the American College of Sports Medicine and the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine.