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Jason Karlik

Jason Karlik, MEd, ATC

Assistant Athletic Trainer, Senior Lecture



  • M.Ed. Texas State University(1998)
  • B.S. Western Oregon University(1994)

Contact: or 512-245-2227

Jason Karlik is in his 13th year as a member of the Texas State athletic training staff. He enters his 11th year as an assistant athletic trainer after spending the first two years on the Bobcat staff as a graduate assistant.

Karlik’s primary sports responsibility is with the Bobcat men’s basketball team as well as overseeing the athletics training for Texas State’s baseball and softball teams.

In addition to his training responsibilities, Karlik is a member of the Texas State faculty, teaching classes in the Athletic Training Education Program while also supervising students in clinical settings.

A native of Oregon City, Ore., Karlik earned his bachelor’s degree from Western Oregon University in 1994. He served as the Head Athletic Trainer for Centennial High School from 1995 to 1996 before returning to school and pursuing a master’s degree from Texas State.

Karlik earned a Master’s of Exercise and Sports Science from Texas State in 1998. He is married to the former Stephanie Korobeinkov and the couple have a son, Jackson (five) and a daughter, Haley (two).