Athletic Training Staff
Adam Ybarra Head Athletic Trainer
Adam Ybarra came to Missouri Valley College in 2010 and was promoted to Head Athletic Trainer in 2011. Adam graduated Kansas State University with a bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training and a minor in Spanish before becoming a graduate assistant at the University of Missouri. While at Mizzou, Adam provided athletic training services to the University of Missouri football team while obtaining his Master’s in Health Education Promotion. Adam has served two stints in the NFL as an athletic trainer. His first was a summer intern with the San Diego Chargers in 2006 and the second was a season-long intern with the Carolina Panthers during the 2009-2010 season. Adam is responsible for the comprehensive health care of the football, men’s basketball, and rodeo teams at Missouri Valley College. Additionally, Adam is an instructor in the School of Nursing and Health Sciences at Missouri Valley College. Adam and his wife Elise, who works for the Sedalia Police Department, currently reside in Marshall with their dogs Hurley and Roxy.
David Tomchuk Assistant Athletic Trainer
David Tomchuk arrived at Missouri Valley College in 2005 and is the Clinical Education Coordinator of the Missouri Valley College Athletic Training Education Program, Assistant Professor in the School of Nursing and Health Sciences, and an assistant athletic trainer. David completed his undergraduate degrees in Athletic Training and Health Promotion at Southern Oregon University in 2002 and graduated from The University of Nevada, Las Vegas with a Masterís of Science in Kinesiology in 2005. During his undergraduate education, David interned with several Oakland Athletics minor league teams. David has been a member of the medical team at several USA Taekwondo events through Bare Essentials Sports Medicine. Davidís duties at Missouri Valley College include being the athletic trainer for menís soccer, menís volleyball. David currently resides in Marshall.
Lyndi Fuemmeler Assistant Athletic Trainer
Lyndi started working at Missouri Valley College in 2011 as an Assistant Athletic Trainer and instructor in the School of Nursing and Health Sciences. Lyndi began her education at Central Methodist University, graduating with bachelor’s degrees in Athletic Training and Health Education in May 2009. Lyndi then performed her graduate assistantship at Lindenwood University while obtaining her Master’s of Arts in Education Administration in May 2011. While at Lindenwood University Lyndi was the athletic trainer for the men’s soccer and men’s lacrosse teams. At Missouri Valley College, Lyndi will provide athletic training services to the women’s soccer, women’s basketball, and softball teams while being an instructor in the School of Nursing and Health Sciences. Lyndi also holds Missouri State Teachers Certification in Biology, Health Education, and Physical Education. Lyndi is a Columbia, Missouri, native, who currently resides in Marshall.
Sierra Fultz Assistant Athletic Trainer
Sierra became an Assistant Athletic Trainer and instructor in the School of Nursing and Health Sciences at Missouri Valley College in 2012. She returned to Missouri Valley College in 2011 as an Intern Athletic Trainer after performing her graduate assistantship at Missouri Valley College from 2008-2010. Sierra has been an adjunct instructor, instructing both online and lecture classes, for the Missouri Valley College School of Nursing and Health Sciences and Education Divisions since 2008. Sierra graduated Graceland University with a bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training and minors in Health and Psychology in 2008 before earning her Master’s of Arts in Education Administration from Lindenwood University in 2010. Sierra is responsible for the health care of the women’s volleyball, women’s wrestling, and baseball teams. Sierra is currently pursuing her Doctorate in Education Administration through Lindenwood University. A native of Atwater, California, Sierra now resides in Slater, Missouri.
Kayla Viebrock Assistant Athletic Trainer
Kayla Viebrock began working at Missouri Valley College in 2010 as a Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer and Adjunct Instructor before being promoted to Assistant Athletic Trainer in 2012. Kayla graduated Culver-Stockton College with her bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training in 2008. She spent the 2009-2010 academic year as a Special Education Paraprofessional in the Green Ridge school district. Kayla received a Master’s Degree in Health, Physical Education, and Recreation through Emporia State University in 2011. Additionally, Kayla is an instructor in the Missouri Valley College School of Nursing and Health Sciences. Kayla is tasked with providing health care to the football, men’s wrestling, and tennis, teams at Missouri Valley College. Kayla is originally from Cole Camp, Missouri, but currently resides in Marshall.