Honeck, Angela


Honeck, Angie
Ms. Angela Honeck
Head Athletic Trainer/Clinical Instructor
Athletics and Recreational Sports
Contact Information:
arj11@pitt.edu
814-362-5019
149 Sport and Fitness Center

Degrees and Credentials:
M.P.S. Community Services Administration, Alfred University, New York 2004
B.S. Athletic Training, Quincy University, Illinois 2002
Certificate First Aid, Wildernesss First Aid, CPR, AED certified, American Red Cross
Certificate Certified Examiner, National Athletic Trainers Association Board of Certification
Certificate Approved Clinical Instructor,
Certificate New York State and Pennslyvania State Licensed Athletic Trainer,

Academic Focus:

Classes Taught:

  • HPRED 0209     Personal Health and Wellness
  • HPRED 0280     Clinical in Athletic Training I
  • HPRED 0281     Clinical in Athletic Training II
  • HPRED 1381     Clinical in Athletic Training IV
  • HPRED 1480     Clinical in Athletic Training V
  • HPRED 1481     Clinical in Athletic Training VI
  • HPRED 0110     Practicum in Athletic Training

Short Bio:

Angela is an Approved Clinical Instructor to all Athletic Training Students at Pitt-Bradford and is also the Site Coordinator for the NCAA Drug Testing Committee. She has sat on numerous hiring committees and also has presented at Coaches’ Clinics, Opportunities Day, and career fairs held at the university. Angela has brought on numerous area physicians, surgeons, dietitians, and other health related medical professionals to provide lecture series to students in the Athletic Training Program, and also worked to get a contract with Champion Orthopedics to have on site Orthopedic Physicians and Physician Assistants provide coverage for all home basketball games. She was a NCAA Injury Surveillance System Participant for three years, and helped monitor all injuries sustained by our student athletes. Each year, she provides ImPact testing to all incoming student athletes to better manage concussions sustained throughout the athletes’ tenure at Pitt-Bradford. 

Angela maintains her professional credentials by attending numerous symposiums, conferences and clinics. She will be entering her 10th year as the Head Athletic Trainer/Sports Medicine Director for a two week long high school summer football camp held at Alfred University. 

Angela and her husband, Jason, who is the Program Director of Athletic Training, live in Allegany, NY with their two daughters, Madison and Kennedy.


Research, Accomplishments, and Publications:

Professional Memberships:

  • National Athletic Trainers’ Association
  • Pennsylvania Athletic Trainers’ Association
  • New York State Athletic Trainers’ Association
  • Eastern Athletic Trainers’ Association
  • National Strength and Conditioning Association