Evan Allen, ATC, LAT, is in his seventh season with the New England Revolution and his fifth as Head Athletic Trainer. Prior to his promotion to head athletic trainer ahead of the 2013 season, Allen served two seasons as the team’s Assistant Athletic Trainer. He originally joined the Revolution in 2011 after a full-season internship with the New England Patriots.
Allen’s responsibilities with the Revs include overseeing and directing all aspects of the team's medical care, players' rehabilitation, and sports performance, both in-season and during the offseason. He works in concert with the team’s medical, rehabilitation, and fitness staffs, as well as the coaching staff, to ensure the team is at peak health and fitness throughout the calendar year. Allen’s efforts were recognized in just his second season as Head Athletic Trainer, as he and the Revolution staff were named the Athletic Training Staff of the Year in MLS in 2014.
Before being hired full-time by the Revolution, Allen spent the 2010 National Football League season with the New England Patriots as a full-time athletic training intern. With the Pats, Allen had various practice and gameday medical responsibilities, and also managed the team’s daily reporting to the NFL.
Allen earned his undergraduate degree at Liberty University, where he also worked as a student athletic trainer for the football, cross country, men's basketball, baseball, and track and field teams. In his senior year at Liberty, Allen was named the most outstanding athletic training student.
After graduating in 2008, Allen enrolled in graduate school at the University of North Carolina to work towards a master's degree in exercise and sport science, with a focus on sports medicine. As a graduate assistant at Chapel Hill, Allen worked directly with the men's lacrosse team, while also teaching several undergraduate courses. During his time with the UNC lacrosse team, Allen helped the Tar Heels make a pair of runs to the NCAA Tournament quarterfinals.
A native of Hillsdale, Mich., Allen currently lives south of Boston with his wife, Jessica, and is a Tar Heel basketball fanatic.
Phil Madore MS, ATC, PES, is in his seventh season with the Revolution as the team's assistant athletic trainer. He originally joined the club prior to the 2009 season and served in the same capacity for two years before returning at the start of the 2013 season.
Madore works in cooperation with head athletic trainer Evan Allen to provide athletic training services both in-season and during the offseason, while he also assists with the development and implementation of rehabilitation and on-going fitness programs.
Prior to originally joining the Revs in 2010, Madore served as an athletic training intern at Phillips Exeter Academy in Exeter, N.H., while he also spent time as an athletic training student intern with both the Springfield Falcons of the American Hockey League and the Falmouth Commodores of the Cape Cod Baseball League.
From 2005 to 2010, Madore served as an assistant athletic trainer at St. Sebastian's School in Needham, Mass., before moving on to the head athletic trainer position at Pomfret School in Pomfret, Conn., from 2010 to 2013.
A native of Enfield, N.H., Madore graduated from Springfield College in 2004 and earned his master's degree in Exercise Science and Health Promotions from California University of Pennsylvania in 2009. In addition to being a certified athletic trainer, Madore is also recognized as a performance enhancement specialist by the National Academy of Sports Medicine.
A member of both the National Athletic Trainers' Association and the Professional Soccer Athletic Trainers’ Society, Madore, his wife, Casey, and their daughter, Harper, live in the Foxborough area.