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Matthew Frustaci

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Athletic Trainer

Beacon High School
 
Background

Education

  • Red Hook Central High School
  • Dutchess Community College
  • B.A. , Athletic Training
    University of Cortland
Web References
Center for Physical Therapy - Athletic Trainers
www.centerforphysicaltherapy.com, 15 Feb 2010 [cached]
Matthew Frustaci, ATC
Matt is the Athletic Trainer at Beacon High School. He grew up in the Hudson Valley, living in Red Hook. He graduated from Red Hook Central High School in 2004. Throughout six years playing football, Matt received many injuries that were rarely treated, yet he continued to play, which is one of the reasons why Matt decided to become an Athletic Trainer. Matt attended Dutchess Community College for two years before he transferred to the University of Cortland and graduated with a B.A. in Athletic Training in the fall of 2008. Currently, Matt still resides in Red Hook making the long haul down to Beacon every day.
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