Athletic Training Staff

 

Matt Long Head Athletic Trainer

Matt Long

Matt Long came to Missouri Valley College in 2013 to become the Head Athletic Trainer. Matt graduated Kansas State University with a bachelorís degree in Athletic Training and Kinesiology before becoming a graduate assistant at the University of Missouri. While a graduate assistant at Mizzou, Matt provided athletic training services to the University of Missouri football team while obtaining his Masterís in Health Education Promotion. Matt then remained at Mizzou as member of the athletic training staff and was the primary athletic trainer for the baseball team while supervising the dance and cheerleading teams. Matt also has been an intern athletic trainer with the Carolina Panthers. Matt is responsible for the comprehensive health care of the football and menís basketball teams at Missouri Valley College. Additionally, Matt is an instructor in the School of Nursing and Health Sciences at Missouri Valley College and currently reside in Marshall.

 

David Tomchuk Assistant Athletic Trainer

David Tomchuk

David Tomchuk arrived at Missouri Valley College in 2005. He is the Clinical Education Coordinator of the Missouri Valley College Athletic Training Program, Assistant Professor in the School of Nursing and Health Sciences, and is the athletic trainer for the Missouri Valley College menís soccer and menís volleyball teams. David earned his bachelorís degrees in Athletic Training and Health Promotion and Fitness Management from Southern Oregon University in June 2002. During his undergraduate education, David was an intern athletic trainer with several Oakland Athletics minor league teams. David went onto obtain his masterís degree from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas in May 2005. At UNLV he obtained his masterís degree in Kinesiology with an emphasis in athletic training. David is a nationally certified athletic trainer and strength and conditioning specialist who possesses a Missouri athletic training license and is registered in the state of Colorado as an athletic trainer. David is the author of the book Companion Guide to Measurement and Evaluation for Kinesiology and is a reviewer for the Open Access Journal of Sports Medicine and the Journal of Orthopedic Research and Reviews. David has authored and presented on several injury and emergency care topics at state, regional, and national athletic training symposiums. David is a member of the Missouri Athletic Trainersí Association political action committee. David is actively involved with the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education, the National Athletic Trainersí Association, and the Board of Certification for the Athletic Trainer. David is also a member of Bare Essentials Sports Medicine who provides athletic training services to regional and national taekwondo tournaments and championships. David currently resides in Marshall..

 

Lyndi Fuemmeler Assistant Athletic Trainer

Kayla Viebrock

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 bachelorís degrees in Athletic Training and Health Education in May 2009. Lyndi then performed her graduate assistantship at Lindenwood University while obtaining her Masterís of Arts in Education Administration in May 2011. While at Lindenwood University Lyndi was the athletic trainer for the menís soccer and menís lacrosse teams. At Missouri Valley College, Lyndi will provide athletic training services to the womenís soccer, womenís basketball, and menís lacrosse 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

Kayla Viebrock

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 bachelorís degree in Athletic Training and minors in Health and Psychology in 2008 before earning her Masterís of Arts in Education Administration from Lindenwood University in 2010. Sierra is responsible for the health care of the womenís volleyball, menís 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.

 

Kasey Currence Assistant Athletic Trainer

Kasey Currence

Kasey Currence began working as an Assistant Athletic Trainer and Instructor in the School of Nursing and Health Sciences at Missouri Valley College in 2013. Kasey received a Bachelorís degree in Human Environmental Sciences with an emphasis in Nutrition and Exercise Physiology with minors in Psychology and Sociology from the University of Missouri. Kasey then went onto to earn a Masterís of Science degree in Athletic Training from Florida International University. Kasey has experience providing athletic training services to athletes at high schools colleges. Kasey has also provided athletic training services to several motor sport events. Kasey is tasked with providing health care to the football, Womenís wrestling, and tennis teams at Missouri Valley College. Kasey is originally from Joplin, Missouri, but currently resides in Marshall.

 

Maya Natori Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer

Kacey Currence

Maya Natori began working as a Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer and Adjunct Instructor in the School of Nursing and Health Sciences at Missouri Valley College in 2013. However, Maya is no stranger to Missouri Valley College. Maya graduated Missouri Valley College with honors in May 2013 with bachelorís degrees in Athletic Training and Exercise Science. Maya has assisted with many events and tournaments during her time at Missouri Valley College. Maya is currently pursuing entry into the Masterís of Arts in Community Counseling program at Missouri Valley College. Maya provides athletic training services to the football, cheerleading, and womenís lacrosse teams at Missouri Valley College. Maya is originally from Shizuoka, Japan; but currently resides in Marshall.