St. Lukes

Athletic Training Team

Mr. Tim Shevlin, MS, LAT, ATC
HS Athletic Trainer
610.682.5102 x2513

Ms. Jessica Pyne, MS, LAT, ATC
MS Athletic Trainer
610.682.5131 x3108

Ms. Dianna Morganti
Sports Medicine Technician
610.682.5102 x2513

Mrs. Jackie Baraciarte, MBA, LAT, ATC, ITAT
Program Manager - Far West (Berks/Schuylkill)

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Meet Your Athletic Training Staff


Jackie Baraciarte, MBA, LAT, ATC, ITAT    

Program Manager - Far West (Berks/Schuylkill)

Office Phone: 610-682-5202 ext. 2513         Email:

Jackie serves as a Program Manager with St. Luke’s University Health Network for the Berks and Schuylkill Counties. She graduated from West Chester University in 2013 where she played Women’s Soccer and obtained her Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training. After graduation, she worked part-time as an Athletic Trainer at Kutztown University while obtaining her Master’s in Business & Administration in 2016. She began her full-time professional career at Parkland School District for Coordinated Health as an Assistant Athletic Trainer for 2 years and then became Head Athletic Trainers at Pocono Mountain East. Since joining St. Lukes in 2019 as a Lead Athletic Trainer for St. Luke’s, Jackie oversaw the Brandywine Heights and Kutztown High School Athletic Training Staff. Jackie later went onto become a Sports Medicine Coordinator for Berks County, before being promoted to Program Manager. Jackie is Youth Mental Health Certified, a Stop the Bleed Certified Instructor, ITAT (ImPACT Trained Athletic Trainer) Certified, and a BLS (Basic Life Support) Certified Instructor through AHA (American Heart Association). When not at work, Jackie plays soccer on the weekends and spends time with her husband Santiago, daughter Skylar, and dog Bandit.          

Timothy Shevlin, MS, LAT, ATC    

High School Athletic Trainer  

Office Phone: 610-682-5102 ext. 2513          Email:

Timothy Shevlin graduated from Quakertown High School in the Class of 2018 where he also played Football. Tim attended Ithaca College where he continued playing Football his freshman year before stopping his Athletic Career due to an injury. He later went on to graduate from Ithaca College in May of 2022 earning his Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training. In August of 2023, Tim earned a Master of Science in Athletic Training from East Stroudsburg University. Tim has been a staff member of St. Luke’s University Health Network since July of 2022. Tim joined the Brandywine Heights Area School District Athletic Training staff in December of 2023 as the High School Athletic Trainer. In his free time, Tim enjoys spending time with his family and friends, and enjoys playing video games.

Jessica Pyne, MS, LAT, ATC    

Middle School Athletic Trainer  

Office Phone: 610-682-5131 ext. 3108          Email:

Jess Pyne graduated from Moravian University in 2022 with a Bachelor of Science in Health Science. While an undergraduate, Jess minored in dance, performing often with the university's dance company. She continued her education at Moravian University, earning her Master's in Athletic Training, in 2024. The clinicals that Jess completed included Northampton High School, Saucon Valley High School, Lehigh Valley Charter School for the Arts, Tusculum University, and Albright College. Jess joined St. Luke's in February of 2024 as a Sports Medicine Technician and is excited to join the Brandywine Heights Area School District!

Dianna Morganti  

Sports Medicine Technician

Office Phone: 610-682-5102 ext. 2513          Email:

Dianna Morganti graduated from Alvernia University in May of 2023 where she obtained her Bachelor of Science in Health Care Science and a Master of Science in Athletic Training. At Alvernia, Dianna was a member of the Women’s Track and Field Team, while being a captain her 4th and 5th year. Dianna completed clinical rotations at Wyomissing Area School District, Orthopedic Associates of Lancaster, and Alvernia University. After graduation, she joined St. Luke’s University Health Network in August of 2023. Dianna has worked as a Sports Medicine Technician at Tulpehocken Area School District for the Fall of 2023 season. Dianna joined the Brandywine Heights Area School District Athletic Training staff in November of 2023.

What is Athletic Training?

Athletic training encompasses the prevention, examination, diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation of emergent, acute, or chronic injuries and medical conditions. Athletic training is recognized by the American Medical Association (AMA), Health Resources Services Administration (HRSA) and the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) as an allied health care profession.

St. Luke’s has assembled a team of highly qualified licensed athletic trainers that work with your athletic program and your athletes to set a new standard for comprehensive training and sports medicine services.  Your athletic trainer will be present before, during, and after practices and games to provide immediate medical care for acute and chronic injuries.  Athletic trainers work closely with and array of individuals including coaches, sports medicine physicians, certified personal trainers, physical therapists, nutritionists, and sports psychologists.

Athletic Trainers are the first line of care for athletes on and off the field

· Heat Illness · Concussions and Head Trauma · Sprains · Strains · Fractures · Cardiac Emergencies · First Aid · Joint Dislocations ·

Sports Medicine Policies & Procedures Manual & Emergency Action Plans

Please utilize the following LINK to review the Brandywine Heights Sports Medicine Policies and Procedures Manual and Emergency Action Plans.

Benefits of having a St. Luke’s Athletic Trainer at Your School

  • Daily practice and game injury coverage

  • On site diagnostic, injury prevention, rehabilitation, and emergency care services

  • Fast track access to St. Luke’s Orthopedic and Sports Medicine physicians

  • Easy access to the school’s own St. Luke’s team physician 

  • Easy, convenient access for scheduling orthopedic and sports medicine appointments - (484) 526-1735

  • Sport specific instruction and development of pre-season, in-season, and off-season conditioning for athletes

  • Working preventatively to ensure the patient’s future health and success

  • Access to St. Luke’s sports concussion services and testing programs

  • Healthcare related education

  • CPR/AED & Stop the Bleed training for staff

Benefits of having a St. Luke’s Team Doctor

  • Sideline medical coverage for football games

  • Providing preseason sports physicals

  • Fast track appointments for school athletes

  • Team physician communicates directly with athletic trainers to provide rapid medical advisement including medical recommendations, patient treatment course of action and education

Benefits of having St. Luke’s Sports Performance

Strength and conditioning certified personal trainers provide sport-specific training focused on speed, agility, balance, strength, flexibility, coordination, and stability as applied to specific sports. Each program includes testing available for individual athletes and teams.

Consult with your athletic trainer or call St. Luke’s Fitness & Sports Performance Centers

at 484-426-2540 for more information.

St. Luke’s Locations

Urgent Care


15065 Kutztown RD, Kutztown, PA 19530

 (484) 526 - 1735

Sports Medicine & Orthopedic Care Locations

St. Luke's Orthopedic Care - Kutztown

15065 Kutztown RD, Kutztown, PA 19530

 (484) 526 - 1735

St. Luke's Orthopedic Care - Bethlehem

801 Ostrum ST, Entrance A, Bethlehem, PA 18015

  (484) 526 - 1735

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