Phone: 210-356-7660 Fax : 210-650-1128


Degrees and Certifications:

Masters of Education - Physical Education (Tarleton State University) Bachelor of Education - Sports & Exercise Science (West Texas A&M University) ATC - Athletic Trainer Certified LAT - Licensed Athletic Trainer

Chad Sutherland, M.Ed, LAT, ATC

My name is Chad Sutherland and I was born and raised in Roswell, New Mexico (where the UFO crashed).  I left New Mexico upon graduating high school and enrolled at West Texas A&M University where I received my Bachelor of Science in Sports and Exercise Science.  While at WT, I became involved with Sports Medicine and decided to pursue the profession.  From there, I became a Graduate Assistant at Tarleton State University where I worked with Men's Basketball and Softball.  I received my Master of Education in 2002.  I hold a national certification in Athletic Training (ATC), as well as, a state licensure in Texas(LAT).  I have been the Head Athletic Trainer at Mac since 2007.  Go Brahmas!!!  
Aside from my time at Mac, I have been involved with the Alamo Area Athletic Trainers Association.  I am a former President of the organization and currently the Committee Chair for social events.  I am also the current Parliamentarian of the Southwest Athletic Trainers Association.  I have also been fortunate enough to be an Athletic Trainer for the Army All-American Bowl game, UIL Boys and Girls State Basketball tournaments, and a varitety of events in San Antonio.  I my free time I enjoy most outdoor activities and spending time with friends and family.  I have two chocolate labs named Lilah & Kendall.

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Class Schedule

  • 1st Period (MWF - 10:00-11:00) Athletics
    2nd Period A Lunch (MWF 11:50-1:10) Sports Medicine II & Advisory
    3rd Period (MWF 1:15-2:15) Athletic Admin Duty
    4th Period (MWF 2:25-3:25) Sports Medicine II
    5th Period (T TH 10:00-11:30) Athletics
    6th Period A Lunch(T TH 12:20-1:50) Sports Medicine I 
    7th Period (1:55-3:25) Athletics 

    *Tutoring available upon request