Sindra Schueler is one of our three newest members of the NMSU Athletic Training staff. She will be a graduate assistant providing excellent medical coverage for our Men’s and Women’s Cross Country teams and our Women’s track and field team. Schueler is joining us following her recent graduation with academic honors from the CAATE accredited Athletic Training program at Kansas University in May 2010. Shortly after her graduation she passed her BOC exam; becoming a certified athletic trainer which allows her to be a Clinical Instructor here at NMSU.
Schueler gained both educational and clinical experience while attending KU. Her clinical experience included assisting with the athletic training responsibilities of the volleyball, track and field, and football teams. She was able to travel with the KU football team when they competed in the Insight Bowl and defeated University of Minnesota in 2009. Also, while at KU she was able to observe and learn the major aspects of Graston Technique, which is a very valuable skill to possess when working with sports with many soft tissue injuries. Schueler also volunteered much of her time by assisting with medical coverage at cross country and track meets, Bill Self’s basketball camps, and Ray Bechard volleyball camps.
Schueler was born and raised in Lawrence, Kansas and graduated from Lawrence Free State High School where she began her love for mountain biking along with her favorite hobby; playing outside with her dogs. Sindra is the proud daughter of Sindey and Stewart Schueler, and the big sister to Samantha and Sabrea.