The BYU men’s track and field team benefits from the wealth and experience of Marvin R. Roberson who assists the training staff. Roberson, a former BYU undergrad and football and track athlete, brings rich insights to the team from his various accomplishments as an athletic trainer. With a graduate certificate in physical therapy and an MA degree in education from Stanford University, Roberson has held many prestigious positions ranging from an athletic trainer at the Olympic Games in Mexico City to positions as the Assistant Athletic Trainer for the Oakland Raiders and as the Assistant and Head Athletic Trainer at BYU. Currently he is the owner, CEO, and Clinician of a private physical therapy practice in Provo, Utah.
In 2002, Roberson was inducted into the N.A.T.A. Athletic Trainer Hall of Fame he has been in the business of athletic training and physical therapy for 46 years.
He is married to the former Doris Jean Belbutowski and they have three children and nine grandchildren.