|Position:||Associate Athletic Director for Sports Medicine and Athletic Training|
Marty Bradley joined the ODU staff in 1975, and is now the Associate Athletic Director for Sports Medicine and Athletic Training.
Since his appointment in 1975, Marty has been responsible for the administration of the athletic training program for all of the Monarchs varsity programs. He served as the program director for the nationally accredited graduate athletic training program at ODU for 22 years (1978-2000).
Currently, Marty oversees all aspects of the Athletic Training and Sports Medicine programs, and is the head athletic trainer for the football program.
Marty has received numerous honors and awards throughout his years at ODU, including the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA) Service Award, the NATA 25-Year Award, NATA Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award and the ODU Service Recognition Award. He has also served on the NATA Board of Directors (1991-97), served as the organization's vice president (1994-95) and was a member of the NATA Post Certification Graduate Education Committee (1997-02). In 2011, Mr. Bradley was inducted into the first class of the Mid Atlantic Athletic Trainers Association's Hall of Fame.
A graduate of Southern Illinois University with a Bachelor of Science in physical education, Bradley spent two years as the Salukis graduate assistant and two years as the head athletic trainer for a minor league affiliate within the New York Mets organization. He also worked as the head athletic trainer at Flowing Wells High School in Arizona before graduating from the University of Arizona in 1975 with a Master of Science in athletic training.