Congratulations to Hendrick Hudson High School’s Athletic Trainer Meg Greiner, who has been named a Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC) of the Year by the New York State Athletic Administrator’s Association’s (NYSAAA) Chapter One (Section One).
Greiner is in her 21st year as the ATC for the district, overseeing many key aspects of the high school’s athletic program, including injury prevention, injury recovery, concussion management and educational injury prevention programs. On any given day, she can be found in the gym or on the athletic fields, supporting student-athletes.
This year, the Section One Chapter of NYSAAA honored three Certified Athletic Trainers. Greiner was chosen as the Conference II Section One ATC of the Year and will be honored at a future event, along with fellow award winners.
For years, Greiner has been a leader in the Section One Athletic Training Association. She has mentored numerous trainers in preparation for the profession and serves as the ATC for many Section One championship events.
A graduate of Hendrick Hudson (Class of 1991), Greiner excelled in field hockey, basketball and soccer. In the Spring of 1991, she won the prestigious Con Edison Scholar Athlete Award, and in the Fall of 2019, Meg was inducted into the Hendrick Hudson High School Athletic Hall of Fame.
“Meg Greiner is a true Sailor,” said Athletic Director Tom Baker. “She is 100% committed to the well-being of our student-athletes. Her commitment and dedication to the entire Hendrick Hudson community is to be commended. She is a very well respected ATC across the section and is truly deserving of this award.”