Steve Hornor, MA, LAT, ATC
Clinical Instructor I - Athletic Training Program
Prince Center 101
(501) 450-5106MA-California State University, Chico BS- University of Oregon
Steve joined the UCA staff in the summer of 2005, after previously serving as the head athletic trainer and Director of Sports Medicine at Arkansas Tech University for 9 years. Steve oversees the day-to-day operations of the athletic training facility in the Farris Center and provides medical coverage for the women’s volleyball and men’s basketball teams. Steve was involved with and helped the women’s volleyball team win two conference titles in 2009 and 2010. In addition to this, Steve also serves as an instructor in the athletic training education program—primarily covering the areas of organization and administration.
The day after graduating from the University of Oregon, Steve became the head athletic trainer for the Washington Diplomats of the North American Soccer League. Four years later he returned to the west coast, and became the head athletic trainer at Yuba (CA.) Community College. He remained there for 15 years. During this time, he also worked part-time at a physical therapy clinic and spent his free-time volunteering at the U.S. Olympic Training Center and the National Sports Festivals. Steve has also served as part of the medical staff for the Pan-Am Games.
Steve’s love of sports can only be exceeded by his strong desire and dedication to teaching in the classroom and working with the future members of the athletic training profession. His resounding commitment was honored at the National Athletic Trainers’ Association Annual Symposium in Atlanta; as Steve was named the 2005-2006 NCAA Division II College/University Assistant Athletic Trainer of the Year.
In addition to being a member of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association, the Southwest Athletic Trainers’ Association, and the Arkansas Athletic Trainers’ Association, Steve has also been serving as the chair of the Public Relations Committee for the Arkansas Athletic Trainers’ Association.
Steve’s family includes his wife, Patti Hornor and daughter, Bethany Hornor.
KPED 1125 – Conditioning Activities
KPED 1135 – Beginning Weight Training
KPED 1145 – Beginning Walking/Jogging
KPED 1320 – Conc Lifetime Health/Fitness
KPED 4171 – Special Topics: Careers in Sports Medicine
KPED 4327 – Athletic Training Clinical IV
ATTR 4330 – Admin/Mgmt Athletic Training