Athletic Training

Athletic Training

The athletic training room is located in the Lynch Athletic Center adjacent to the Murphy Fitness Center. It is staffed by two full time New Jersey State Licensed and NATABOC certified athletic trainers. Injury evaluation, treatment and rehabilitation occur throughout the school day and during athletic practices and games.

Athletic Trainers are health care professionals who collaborate with physicians to provide preventative services, emergency care, clinical diagnosis, therapeutic intervention and rehabilitation of injuries and medical conditions. Certified athletic trainers must earn a degree from an accredited athletic training curriculum. Accredited programs include formal instruction in areas such as injury/illness prevention, first aid and emergency care, assessment of injury/illness, human anatomy and physiology, therapeutic modalities, and nutrition.

Student Athlete Info


Concussion Information for Parents/Student-Athletes

Return To Play Protocol from Concussion
must remain symptom-free throughout the RTPP

Day 1: Asymptomatic at rest for a minimum of 24 hours

Day 2: Stationary Bike 20 minutes

Day 3: Treadmill 30 minutes and Impact Testing
Post Injury ImPACT scores must have returned to baseline levels. The treating physician should review all post injury ImPACT reports.

Day 4: Non-Contact Practice with full equipment

Day 5: Full Contact Practice

Return to Play
Must have documented physician clearance


Rehabilitation can be performed under the direction and supervision of the Athletic Trainers. A Physical Therapy prescription is needed for all major and post-surgical injuries. We can accommodate most rehabilitation cases, but are sometimes limited by time, or equipment. Please contact us with questions.

Visiting Team Info

  • An Athletic Trainer will be on campus for all home athletic contests.
  • Please contact the Delbarton Sports Medicine Department in advance or provide written clearance if an athlete needs to be taped before a contest.
  • If a visiting athlete sustains a serious injury, we will make every effort to contact your athletic department or medical staff, provided we have your phone number on file.
  • Please make every effort to contact Delbarton Sports Medicine Department if one of our athletes is seriously injured while competing at your school.


Monday - Friday:

10:00am - 6:00pm

saturday & sunday:

During Athletic Contests

Hours may change seasonally.
An athletic trainer is available during all home athletic contests and before and during almost all athletic practices.

Sports Medicine Staff

Mr. Matt Beneszewski MA, ATC
Head Athletic Trainer
Office: (973) 538-3231 x3362
Fax: (973) 538-0304

Mr. Marc Voicechovski MS, ATC, CES
Asst. Athletic Trainer
Rehabilitation Coordinator
Office: (973) 538-3231 x2304
Fax: (973) 538-0304

Andrew A. Willis, MD
Orthopedic Sports Medicine
Tri-County Orthopedics
Team Physician, Delbarton School
Team Orthopedist, New York Jets

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