Bryan High School Athletics

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BHS is a 6A School with 11 men's and 11 women's UIL sports. There are two staff athletic trainers at Travis B. Bryan High School who work with these sports and oversee approximately 20 athletic training student aides. Travis B. Bryan High School also serves as a clinical rotation site for the Texas A&M University Graduate Athletic Training Education Program.



It is our vision to become the pinnacle of healthcare for student-athletes in secondary schools. The sports medicine team will provide the best quality care to return our patients to participation as quickly and appropriately as possible. We care about the quality of our patients’ health and strive to give our patients a foundation of wellness that they may carry throughout their lives.


The mission of the Bryan ISD Athletic Training Program is to provide quality medical care to the student athletes at Bryan ISD. We excel in the prevention, management and rehabilitation of athletic injuries. We intend to fulfill our mission by:

Creating a comfortable caring environment, assuring that each physician, staff member and athletic training student aide maintains a pleasant, caring and professional attitude consistent with the NATA Code of Professional Practice and Responsibility.

  • Maintaining and operating the athletic training clinic in an organized and efficient manner, determining appropriate treatment and rehabilitation procedures.

  • Educating coaches and staff about medical limitations and progressions of injured patients.

  • Assuring that our emergency procedures are appropriate, efficient and expedient.

  • Insuring that athletic training student aide are properly trained and knowledgeable regarding basic first aid, CPR and AED.

The health and safety of the student-athlete shall always be the first consideration for all members of our staff. The student-athletes’ long term health and well-being is put above all else. this is the underlying philosophy of Bryan ISD sports medicine.

We hope that this webpage serves as a resource for student athletes, athletic training student aides, parents, the community, and our guests who travel to Travis B. Bryan High School for athletic competition. If there is information you are unable to locate on this site which you believe would be helpful please feel free to contact us.

Head Athletic Trainer

Joshua A. Woodall; M.Ed., ATC, LAT

3310 Oak Ridge Dr.

Bryan, TX 77802

(979) 209-7992 - Office

(979) 209-7972 - Fax

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Trent Cox; M.S., ATC, LAT

3310 Oak Ridge Dr.

Bryan, TX 77802

(979) 209-7980 - Office

(979) 209-7972 - Fax


Team Physicians

Dr. B Rick Seabolt, MD

Orthopaedic Sports Medicine - Central Central Texas Sports Medicine



Dr. Laura Marsh, MD

Primary Care Sports Medicine - Central Central Texas Sports Medicine


Dr. Stephen Line, MD

Primary Care Sports Medicine - Central Texas Sports Medicine


Dr. James Distefano, DO

Primary Care Sports Medicine - Cornerstone Sports Medicine



Central Texas Sports Medicine

National Athletic Training Association

Texas State Athletic Trainers' Association

Texas Advisory Board of Athletic Trainers

Southwest Athletic Trainers Association