Our athletic trainers are providing injury prevention, evaluation, acute and emergent care, and rehabilitation. They will have onsite services at the Laramie High School and will travel with the teams to regional and state events. Our athletic trainers will be covering LHS Cross Country, Football, Swimming, Tennis, Volleyball, Basketball, Alpine and Nordic Skiing, Indoor and Outdoor Track, Wrestling, and Soccer. They are covering a total of 18 teams for LHS boys and girls teams. Also, our trainers will be providing event coverage for all University of Wyoming home Campus Recreation athletic events where they will have onsite evaluation, acute treatment, emergency care, and referral services available.
Miranda Zamora-Williams, Head Athletic Trainer: I grew up in the mountains of Ruidoso, New Mexico and earned a B.S. in Athletic Training from the University of New Mexico. I completed my M.S. in Kinesiology and Health at University of Wyoming where my research interests focused on wildland firefighter health. I’m currently adjunct faculty in the Kinesiology Department at UW teaching Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries. I am overseeing ongoing projects at the university to promote health, wellness, and injury prevention for wildland and structure firefighters. My primary areas of experience include collegiate and high school athletics. In my free time my husband and I enjoy fostering rescue dogs, traveling, and fly fishing.
Garrett H. Havig, MS, LAT, ATC, CSCS: Garrett, originally from Evanston, Wyoming, comes to Laramie after spending the previous 12 years working as an athletic trainer in professional baseball. He graduated from the University of Wyoming with a degree in Kinesiology and Health Promotion, and also obtained a Master’s degree from the University of Utah in Exercise and Sport Science. Along with being a certified athletic trainer, he also holds credentials as a certified strength and conditioning specialist, as well as other certifications.
Stephanie Gallagher, MEd, LAT, ATC, CSCS: Stephanie grew up in Wyoming, but has spent the last 13 years working in the Black Hills of South Dakota in the high school setting, so is very happy to be returning to Wyoming! She received her undergraduate degree from the University of Wyoming, and her Master’s degree from Iowa State University. She brings 20 years of experience as a certified athletic trainer, working with numerous collegiate, high school, and club level sports; additionally, she has provided years of sports medicine coverage for rodeo, both high school and PRCA levels. Stephanie has also been a certified strength and conditioning specialist (CSCS) for over 15 years, and has helped develop and implement sport performance training camps for athletes ages 12-18. She believes education about athletic injuries and prevention of such is important to athletes of all ages, and is happiest when athletes are able to return to play at or above their previous performance levels. Outside of work, Stephanie enjoys spending time with her family, hiking, skiing, and finding really good places to eat!