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Athletic Training Staff
Jamie DeRollo, MBA, ATC, EMT
Head Athletic Trainer
A.A.,General Education, Modesto Junior College
A.S., Sports Medicine, Modesto Junior College
B.S., Kinesiology, CSU, Fresno
E.M.T., Basic, Modesto Junior College
M.B.A., Healthcare Administration, South University
Jamie DeRollo joined Delta's Athletic Training staff in 2008, as the Women's Athletic Trainer. She earned her Masters of Business Administration from South University in Healthcare Administration and graduated from California State University, Fresno with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology with an emphasis in Athletic Training. While at Fresno she had the opportunity to work with numerous Division I athletes. Before Fresno she played soccer at Modesto Junior College, where she got into the athletic training field and graduated from there with both an Associate of Arts and Associate of Science degrees.
Jamie began working for San Luis Sports Therapy in Paso Robles in June of 2003 after graduating from Fresno State. She started Athletic Training Positions at both St. Joseph and Templeton High School's on the Central Coast. Then she and her family re-located back to the Modesto area in 2006 to implement and Athletic Training position and a ROP program at Galt High School.
Jamie continues to teach CPR and first aid through the American Red Cross and is also a Certified EMT. She has worked with California USA Wrestling for the last nine years and for various Volleyball Festivals, the San Luis Obispo Panthers (a semi-professional football team) and NBC camps for volleyball and basketball.
After Art Yee retired at the end of December of 2012, Jamie became the Head Athletic Trainer for San Joaquin Delta College. As of January 2013 Jamie is on the California Athletic Trainers Association (CATA) managing board, serving as the Secretary. She has been a Preceptor (formally called Clinical Instructor) for University of the Pacific's Athletic Training Education Program (ATEP) since Fall 2010 and loves working with her Athletic Training Students.
Jamie and her husband reside in Riverbank. They have a son, Francis who is 8 and two daughters, Adrianna (6) and Belladonna (2).
Kevin Anderson , MA, ATC
B.S., University of Nevada, Reno, Nevada
M.A., University of the Pacific, Stockton, California
A.T.C., Certified Athletic Trainer
Kevin Anderson joined Delta's Athletic Training staff in April 2013. He earned his Master of Arts degree in Sports Medicine from the University of the Pacific in 1995 and his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Nevada-Reno in 1993. He currently serves as a Clinical Instructor for the Athletic Training program at the University of the Pacific.
Prior to joining Delta, Kevin served as the Head Athletic Trainer for the Stockton Thunder of the ECHL for 8 seasons and the Stockton Lightning arena football team for 4 seasons. During that period, he represented the Thunder at 3 ECHL All-Star Games and was recognized in 2011 as the ECHL Athletic Trainer of the Year. Additionally in 2008, he was recognized as the arena football Athletic Trainer of the Year.
Kevin gained experience in sports medicine as the Assistant Director of Athletic Training at the University of the Pacific from 1993 - 1998. During his tenure at Pacific, he also dedicated his time as the Head Athletic Trainer for the Magic Johnson Summer Basketball Camps from 1994 – 1997 and as a volunteer athletic trainer for various Professional Bull Riding (PBR) Events and professional rodeos. Prior to Pacific, Kevin worked as an athletic training intern in the NFL with the Los Angeles Rams in 1992 and 1993.
Kevin and his wife Michelle currently reside in Stockton.
Art Yee, Retired Athletic Trainer
Since 1977, Head Trainer, Art Yee, has supervised the physical well being of Delta's Athletics. Art received his training at San Jose State University. He later received a great amount of hands on training and experience working as an ambulance Emergency Medical Technician.
Art's duties include treatment and prevention of athletic injuries. He works closely with all of Delta's coaches and team members. He supervises a well-equipped athletic training facility and oversees a large staff of athletic training students.
Art is a dedicated teacher and mentor for motivated students who wish to make athletic training a career.Art retired from Delta in December 2012 after 36 years of service.
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