Emma Stratmoen is in her first season as an assistant athletic trainer with the Lobos having joined in August 2022, and will work primarily with the volleyball program. She comes to UNM as a residency-trained athletic trainer having completed the athletic training primary care residency through New Hampshire Musculoskeletal Institute in 2021-2022, where she provided care to multiple secondary schools in Southern New Hampshire.
In July of 2022, she volunteered as an athletic trainer with Maccabi USA providing athletic training services to youth, collegiate, and adult athletes at the 21st Maccabiah Games in Israel.
She is a certified personal trainer through the National Academy of Sports Medicine and holds her Functional Movement Screen Level 1. She also has completed her American Heart Association Basic Life Support Certification, has served the athletic training profession at the state level and is an active member of the National Athletic Trainer’s Association Foundation Educational Resource Committee.
Stratmoen graduated from a joint-degree program at Baylor University with her bachelor’s degree in health science studies with a minor in business administration and her master’s in athletic training in May 2021. While at Baylor, Stratmoen was an active member of Zeta Tau Alpha sorority and established herself as a reputable fitness professional within the Orangetheory Fitness network. She continues to seek out ways to get involved in her community and enjoys helping others reach potential they didn’t know they had.