Jeff Sirovatka, ATC
Head Athletic Trainer, Horizon High School
Jeff attended Metro State College of Denver for his bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training and pursued his postgraduate work at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. He has worked as an athletic trainer at all levels. Jeff is committed to guiding athletes through a thorough and safe return to sports and all other activities. Jeff is an avid reader, and enjoys bike riding, swimming, hiking, and all forms of exercise.
Timothy Cuddeback, MS, ATC
Head Athletic Trainer, Legacy High School
Tim’s passion for athletic training started as a junior in high school when his athletic trainer taught an introduction to sports medicine class. From there he pursued his dream to become an athletic trainer at James Madison University working with a number of DIAA athletes. After graduating from JMU in 2013 with a degree in athletic training he accepted a graduate assistantship at the University of Hawaii Manoa to obtain a master’s degree in athletic training. Tim graduated in 2015 and accepted a position at Children’s Hospital Colorado. He enjoys spending his time outside hiking, backpacking, camping snowboarding, exercising, fishing, hunting, rock climbing, and spending time with his dog. He currently works at Legacy High School as the head athletic trainer.
Adrienne Stewart, MS, ATC
Head Athletic Trainer, Mountain Range High School
Adrienne completed her bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training at the University of Florida and her master’s degree through the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs where she was a graduate assistant with men’s basketball and cross country. She worked in the RMAC for CSUP with women’s lacrosse and baseball. She has worked for Children’s Hospital Colorado and in Adams 12 Five Star schools for a year now. She assisted at Mountain Range last year and is now the head AT at MRHS. In the summer and on weekends she enjoys weight lifting, hanging out with friends and spending time exploring the mountains.
Robert Lopez, MAT, ATC
Head Athletic Trainer, Northglenn High School
Robert Lopez is an El Paso native who moved to Lubbock, Texas to further his education at Texas Tech University in 2008. He was a student Athletic Trainer for TTU while obtaining his Bachelors of Science in Exercise and Sport Sciences and worked with the football, volleyball, soccer, softball, and track and field teams. After Robert completed his bachelors, he attended Texas Tech University- Health Sciences Center and obtained his Masters of Athletic Training in May of 2015. While in the graduate program, he worked with local high schools, rehabilitation clinics, and at Lubbock Christian University as a Masters of Athletic Training Student. After his master’s, he moved to Houston, Texas to work as an Assistant Athletic Trainer at Rice University for 2 years. There he worked with the football team in the fall and volleyball team in the spring. Robert recently moved to Denver this past February and worked as the Head Athletic Trainer for Denver South High School before joining the Children’s Hospital Sports Medicine Team. He is currently the Head Athletic Trainer at Northglenn High School. He spends most of his free time with his dogs: Tucker, Everette and Kain; site seeing; camping/ hiking; and playing volleyball. Robert is certified by the National Athletic Trainers’ Association Board of Certification, registered through CO DORA, and licensed by the state of Texas. He is also a member of NATA, SWATA, and RMATA.
Lemar Hicks, ATC
Head Athletic Trainer, Thornton High School
Prior to working for Children’s Hospital, Lemar worked as an Athletic Trainer for Colorado Springs School District 11 where he aided all the schools in the district with sports coverage and athletic training room fill-in in the absence of their full-time Athletic Trainer. Originally from Ft. Wayne, IN, Lemar gained his Bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training from Colorado State University-Pueblo.
Alexis Solomon, ATC, AEMT
District Athletic Trainer
Alexis is originally from Boone, North Carolina. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Training from Liberty University in 2016. During clinical rotations, Alexis discovered her passion for emergency medicine and earned her EMT certification during her senior year. After undergrad, Alexis returned to western North Carolina to work as an Assistant Athletic Trainer at Brevard College (NCAA DII) where she covered football, men’s basketball, softball and rock climbing. Alexis then moved east and worked at Youngs Physical Therapy and Sports Performance in Greenville, North Carolina both in the clinic alongside a physical therapist. She helped provide athletic training outreach services to a local community college, K-12 school and events in the community. Alexis also earned her Advanced EMT certification and taught skills to EMS students at a local community college. She would like to continue her education in the future to include both a higher degree as well as additional skills/certifications such as manual therapy to use in the athletic training room. Alexis is married to her amazing husband (George). Together, they are expecting their first child (James) in 2019 and they have an adorable English shepherd dog (Riley). She and her husband enjoy national and international travel, attending professional sporting events, concerts, watersports, hiking, watching movies and relaxing together at home. Alexis also loves coffee and enjoys crocheting during downtime.
Jenny Van Meter, ATC
Secondary School Associate Clinical Manager/ District Athletic Trainer
Jenny graduated from North Dakota State University, in Fargo, ND, with a B.S. degree in Exercise Physiology and minors in health education and nutrition. She has worked in a variety of different healthcare settings, and has found that her passion is working with high school athletes. Jenny believes that partnership between Children’s Hospital Colorado and Adams 12 Five Star Schools has thoroughly enhanced sports medicine for our student-athletes! Jenny and her husband, Doug, are the proud parents of their two sons, Caleb and Colton.
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