Sickle Cell Trait Newborn Test Result-Pa.

Letter to the Parents of an Injured Athlete 

Letter to Incoming Freshman or Transfer Varsity Athletes 

NCAA Guidelines to Document ADHD Treatment with Banned Stimulant Medications 

NCAA Concussion Fact Sheet

Medical Exception Form for ADHD/ADDGet Acrobat Reader

Main Line Health Physical Therapy Intake Assessment

SJU Concussion Management Plan

SJU Drug Testing Policy  


The Saint Joseph's Sports Medicine Department serves the student-athlete population through the prevention, recognition, evaluation, treatment and rehabilitation of athletic injuries.

The Sports Medicine Department works closely with team physicians to provide the student-athletes with the best medical care possible. Team orthopedists Robert Frederick, M.D. and Sommer Hammoud, MD (, Family Medicine/Sports physicians Tricia Beatty, D.O and Marc Harwood, M.D.,  Weekly visits for Orthopedics occur on Tuesday afternoons, Primary Care Sports Medicine on Thursday afternoons. In addition to physician visits, Rob O'Brien, a physical therapist provided through MainLine Health Rehabilitation, is on campus to treat the entire University community Monday through Friday.  

The Sports Medicine Staff is comprised of seven certified athletic trainers. Saint Joseph's University is also a clinical-affiliated site for Central Michigan University, Eastern University, Salisbury State University, Neumann University, West Chester University and Moravian University. Throughout the school year, SJU hosts 5-10 interns from other universities/colleges who, as part of their educational experience, work with Hawk student-athletes.


Dr. Eric Laudano
Senior Associate Athletics Director for High Performance

William C. Lukasiewicz, M.Ed., ATC
Head Athletic Trainer

Jessica Russell, ATC
Assistant Athletic Trainer

Neil Hoffman, ATC
Assistant Athletic Trainer

Nate Miller, ATC
Assistant Athletic Trainer

Mike Bibbo, ATC
Assistant Athletic Trainer

Jenna Robinson, ATC
Assistant Athletic Trainer

Rob O'Brien, PT, ATC
Physical Therapist