Kindee Wilson named new coach of ISU Rodeo Team
July 12, 2019
POCATELLO – Kindee Wilson has been named the new coach of the Idaho State University Rodeo Team, taking over from Melisa Moon.
Wilson, who works as an athletic trainer at Streamline Sports Physical Therapy in Pocatello, is an Idaho native from Filer who graduated with honors from Filer High School. She went on to collegiate rodeo for New Mexico Highlands University, in the Grand Canyon Region, earning five College National Finals Rodeo qualifications in breakaway and goat tying, and receiving a Bachelor of Art degree in health education and a Bachelor of Art degree in human performance and sport in 2014.
In 2016, she received her Master of Science degree in athletic training from ISU and became a certified and licensed athletic trainer. While in graduate school competing for the ISU Rodeo Club, she also earned her sixth qualification to the College National Finals Rodeo, this time from the Rocky Mountain Region.
She is also a National Safety Council first aid instructor and ISU Master of Science Athletic Training preceptor. In her spare time, Wilson is still active in the rodeo arena, continuing to rodeo and rope every chance possible. She also enjoys giving individual lessons to up and coming generation of rodeo athletes.
All inquiries about the ISU Rodeo Team should now be made to Wilson at firstname.lastname@example.org or 208-731-5480.