Kelly Trevino joined The University of New Mexico in July of 2022 and serves as the assistant athletic trainer for the softball team.
Trevino comes to UNM after four years at The University of Tulsa, where she served as an intern from 2018 to 2019 working with volleyball, men’s and women’s tennis, and football. In 2019, she was hired as an assistant director for sports medicine working with the nationally-ranked men’s and women’s cross country teams, as well as the track and field team. She served as a preceptor for students in the entry level master’s program, and a supervisor for the volleyball intern. She also held administrative duties such as prescription medication inventory/ordering, clothing ordering, and other duties deemed necessary.
She attended Texas State University from 2011 to 2016 where she ran cross country and track while obtaining her undergraduate degree in exercise and sport science with a psychology minor. She received her master’s degree in athletic training from Texas A&M University in 2018. While at Texas A&M, she worked with the softball, cross country and track and field, and football programs.
Trevino holds certifications in dry needling, functional range conditioning, fascial abrasion technique, and is a CPR/AED instructor through the American Heart Association. Originally from Houston, Texas, she has a fiancé, Shelby, and three dogs, Peaches, Harvey and Storm Trooper.