Mendy Wyatt begins her first year as head athletic trainer at South Plains College after spending the previous 3 1/2 years as an athletic trainer and Outreach Services Coordinator for Lubbock Sports Medicine where she coordinated schedules for twenty-eight high school outreach programs in addition to supervising athletic trainers in an outreach setting, among many other duties.
At South Plains College, Wyatt's primary responsibilities include direct care of Texan and Lady Texan student-athletes, supervision of student athletic trainers, as well as management and administration of the athletic training room. She is no stranger to SPC as she has helped cover events in the past and has served as Coach Michelle Wyatt's summer camp trainer for six years.
The native of Abilene also has previous work experience as an athletic trainer at Covenant Sports Medicine (1997-2007), Abilene Muscle and Joint Clinic (1993-1996), and Ryder High School (1992-1993) in Wichita Falls.
Wyatt received a bachelor's degree from McMurry University and has earned hours toward a Masters of Athletic Training degree from Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (TTUHSC). She is currently working to finish a masters degree in Kinesiology from the University of Texas at El Paso.
Married in 1995, Wyatt and her husband Robert have twin boys, Alex and Ryan, who are currently in the seventh grade. Wyatt's hobbies include reading, working with rescue animals, and watching her children play sports.
|Murphey Black||FR||6-0||Ozona, Texas||Ozona HS|
|Sid Cervantes||FR||6-4||Jal, New Mexico||Jal HS|
|Asa Daugherty||SO||Alpine, Texas||Indian Creek HS|
|Blake Gagnon||SO||Innisfail, Alberta||Innisfail HS|
|Ashton Lehmann||FR||Mayfair, Saskatchewan Canada||Haffor Central|
|Tad Menefee||SO||5-6||Roswell, New Mexico||Artesia HS|
|Russell Schilling||FR||6-2||Farwell, Texas||Farwell HS|
|Ty Willick||SO||Saskatchewan, Canada||Blaine Lake Composite|
|Lane Wright||SO||5-7||Roy, Montana||Sheridan College|
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|Eastern New Mexico University Rodeo | Portales, N.M. | Sept. 17-19|