Sports Medicine Team
We had many successes in the Athletic Department last year. Virtually every team had winning seasons. Many of our teams did well in the sanctioned OHSAA tournaments at the end of regular season competition. A great group of our senior athletes are going on to compete at the collegiate level.
We have a bright outlook for this year, with many quality athletes returning for a number of our sport teams. We are excited about the upcoming year and our competitiveness with all our teams.
We have an outstanding partnership with Miami Valley Hospital that enables us to have the best care an athlete can receive. The support of the athletic trainers and the hospital has enabled us to feel secure about the recognition and rehabilitation for athletes in the event an injury does occur.
Beavercreek High School
Meet the Sports Medicine Team
Karli Dill, MA, AT, ATC
Karli E. Dill, MA, AT, ATC is a graduate of Wright State University where she majored in athletic training. She received a master’s degree in exercise and sports science at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Karli came to Beavercreek High School through Miami Valley Hospital from the University of North Carolina where she was the graduate assistant athletic trainer for women’s basketball and women’s lacrosse. She worked in the physical therapy clinic and instructed a lifetime fitness course for all students at UNC.
Karli’s experience is wide and varied and she is a licensed and certified athletic trainer along with being CPR/AED professional rescuer and American Red Cross certified to administer emergency oxygen.
Amy Wheeler, AT, ATC
Amy Wheeler received her Bachelors of Science degree in Athletic Training from Wright State University and is completing work for her Master’s Degree in Rehabilitation Sciences. She has worked as a Certified Athletic Trainer since 2004 and joined the Beavercreek High School Athletic Training staff in 2005. Amy began her career at Kettering Sports Medicine but happily joined Miami Valley Hospital Sports Medicine Center in 2008. Amy is a member the Greater Dayton Athletic Trainer's Association and serves as an accredited clinical instructor for WSU to help the next generation of Athletic Training Students through their curriculum.