Athletics

Athletic Training

Our Athletic Trainer cares, treats, and evaluates injuries that occur at St. Andrew's. When a student athlete is injured, they go see the athletic trainer. The athletic trainer communicates daily with coaches about the status of the injured player, refers student athletes to doctors and teaches students how to prevent injuries.
Sean Hurney L/ATC is the Head Certified Athletic Trainer and an assistant physical education teacher. A native Washingtonian, he attended Bullis from 1992-1998. Sean then went to Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania and earned a B.S. with a concentration in sports medicine/athletic training. He is also a certified massage therapist. Sean did two summer internships with the Carolina Panthers. He has completed seven marathons and has his sights set on more. He has season tickets to the Capitals, Redskins, and Nationals. He enjoys watching Maryland play Notre Dame in football.

We're Here for You!

St. Andrew's students can stop by the Athletic Trainer's office any time to have an injury treated or evaluated. We also have a team of doctors who support the Athletic Trainer and are available to you!

Dr. Samuel Sanders serves as St. Andrew's Team Orthopaedic Surgeon. You may have heard him on ESPN radio. He has worked for the NFL and NHL. He has offices in Silver Spring, Rockville, and Germantown. St. Andrew's students and their families get priority appointments any weekday and Dr. Sanders will be on campus one to two times a week (this often eliminates the need for a follow-up office visit). He is also a great resource for referring students to other medical professionals like neurologists and cardiologists.

Dr. Polun and Dr. Engorn, foot and ankle surgeons, also have priority appointments for St. Andrew's students. Offices are in Potomac and DC.

Marshak Medical Group (Physicians) are also available for St. Andrew's students and student athletes.

Elizabeth Blumberg RD,LDN,CPT will be helping with nutrition and has appointments for our students.

Meet Lothar Frenz

St. Andrew's new strength and conditioning coach is Lothar Frenz. Lothar is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association. He received his Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology with a concentration in special populations through the University of Maryland, College Park. Lothar is an avid student of new research and evidence-based exercise programming and assessment protocols, and is passionate about soccer and helping student athletes improve their strength, conditioning, and performance.

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St. Andrew’s Episcopal School is a private, coeducational college preparatory day school for students in preschool (Age 2) through grade 12, located in Potomac, Maryland.