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- William Woods University, Masters of Education
- Maryville University of St. Louis, Bachelors of Science in Nursing
- Saint Louis University, Masters of Nursing
- Indiana University, Bachelor of Arts-Psychology
- University of Missouri - St. Louis, Master of Education in Counseling
- University of Missouri, Master of Education in Health Education & Promotion
- University of Missouri, Graduate Certificate in Public Health
- University of Missouri, Bachelor of Science in Nutritional Science
- Columbia Southern University, Master of Science in Organizational Leadership
- Utah Valley University, Bachelor of Science in Public and Community Health
Will Baum joined the Sports Medicine staff at Missouri S&T in the spring of 2015. Will, a native of St. Louis, MO. spent the last two and one-half years at Missouri State University in Springfield, Mo., working as an intern with the football and golf programs. Will received his Master’s Degree from the University of Arkansas in Athletic Training in 2012. While at Arkansas, he served as an athletic training student for football, baseball and softball. Prior to that, Will received his Bachelor’s Degree in exercise science at Baker University in 2010 where he played football. Will is certified by the National Athletic Trainer’s Association and is licensed by the Missouri State Board.
Tom Pomerleau joined the sports medicine team at Missouri S&T in 2013 and works with the football, softball and swimming teams. Pomerleau is originally from Waukesha, Wis., and received his undergraduate education from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh where he graduated with a major in Athletic Training and a minor in strength and conditioning.
After graduating, Pomerleau worked for the University of Nevada-Las Vegas as an intern athletic trainer. He was primarily responsible for working with the athletes of the football and tennis teams. Pomerleau also worked several week-long sporting events including: Eurobasket summer league, several adidas AAU basketball summer leagues, stretcher crew at the Gold Cup final in Los Angeles, and was a private physio to a professional tennis player at Indian Wells Tennis Club.
Kaleena Smith joined the sports medicine team at Missouri S&T in November 2015. She is primarily responsible for the coverage of the women’s basketball and the men’s and women’s track & field teams.
Kaleena is originally from Springfield, Mo., where she attended Missouri State University and received her bachelor’s degree in athletic training in 2013. Upon graduation, she received a graduate assistantship at Nova Southeastern University in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., where she worked with the women’s soccer and the men’s and women’s track & field teams during the 2013-14 season. Over the last year, Smith worked for The Therapy Center in Jennings, La., where she spent time working in the clinic as well as covering three high schools. She completed her Master’s degree in health sciences with a sports medicine concentration in April 2015.
Yoshi Mitsuyama joined the Missouri S&T Sports Medicine team in 2014. Prior to joining Miner Athletics, Yoshi was earning a master’s degree at Fort Hays State University in Hays, Kan.
Mitsuyama, a native of Tokyo, Japan, received his bachelor’s from the University of Northern Colorado, earning his Bachelor of Science in athletic training in 2011. He served as a student athletic trainer at UNC working primarily with the football and wrestling teams. Mitsuyama then moved on to Fort Hays where he served as the graduate assistant athletic trainer for wrestling and track and field/cross country. He served as the medical coordinator for the NCAA Division II Super Regional Four and Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Wrestling Championships in 2012. He received his Master of Science degree from Fort Hays in health and human preformance in December 2013.
He also did a summer internship in 2011 with the Colorado Rapids of Major League Soccer. While there he assisted the head athletic trainer for injury treatment and rehabilitation as well as daily practices and home game preparations.