Arturo "Roy" Flores joined the Stony Brook athletic training staff in January of 2008. A New Rochelle, N.Y., native, Flores primarily works with the Seawolves baseball and men's soccer programs as well as supporting all Stony Brook student-athletes with their athletic training needs.
Prior to joining the Seawolves staff, Flores was a member of the athletic training staff at Fairleigh Dickinson University (Teaneck, NJ) for three years, working primarily with the Knights women's soccer, volleyball and baseball teams. He also worked with staff certifications for first aid and CPR/AED as well as implementing a student-athlete injury tracking system.
Flores also has experience at Long Island University where he was a teaching fellow in the athletic training educational program. While there he taught both undergraduate and graduate courses in athletic training and coordinated the daily maintenance of the athletics training lab.
No stranger to Stony Brook, Flores earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Multidisciplinary Studies in 2000 at the school where he was a captain of the Seawolves swimming & diving team. In 2004, he earned a master's degree in Advanced Athletic Training and Sports Sciences from Long Island University. He became BOC certified in 2003 and NYS certified in 2004. Flores is an American Red Cross instructor and an approved clinical instructor in Stony Brook's Athletic Training Education Program (ATEP).