Sports Medicine

The Saddleback College athletic training office features over 45 years of athletic training experience and has assisted athletes at the high school, community college, four-year university, and professional levels. The athletic trainers also have an educational program that has helped to train and educate dozens of students each year who are interested in pursuing a career in the fields of athletic training, physical therapy, massage therapy, and coaching. Saddleback's athletic trainers have been active in several athletic training organizations, especially at the conference and state levels. With their knowledge, these athletic trainers help in the prevention of athletic injuries as well as provide state-of-the-art care following any athletic injuries.


  Pre-Participation form (physical paperwork)
  SportsWare Online (SWOL) instructions




Athletic Training Staff:

 Brad McReynolds, M.Ed, ATC

 (949) 582-4638

Brad joined the Saddleback training staff in January, 1988, after earning his certification in 1981. He currently  serves as an athletic trainer and also teaches classes in first aid, CPR, health, and senior fitness.

He earned a bachelor's degree from Sacramento State University in physical education with an emphasis in  athletic training in 1981. He added a Master's degree in education from Azusa Pacific in 1991.

Brad has held a similar position at Diablo Valley College and has also worked with the San Francisco 49ers (NFL) and the Oakland Invaders (USFL).




Jamee Morales, ATC
(949) 582-4216









Alberto Huerta, MS ATC
(949) 582-4216

Alberto is a native Northern California resident from Yolo County who joined the Saddleback athletic training staff in August 2017 as a permanent, part-time employee.  In addition to his Saddleback position, he also works with Chapman University athletics, USA baseball, youth sports and other agencies on a per diem basis.

He earned his bachelor’s degree in 2015 from California State University, Chico, in the field of Kinesiology: Movement Studies. He added a master’s degree in Athletic Training from Chapman University in 2017.

In his spare time, Alberto enjoys hiking, cooking, working out, sporting events, and traveling.