Kinsey Dunst joined the Coker sports medicine staff in August of 2017.
Dunst is a recent graduate of University of Pittsburgh's athletic training program with a Bachelor's of Science degree in Athletic Training and a minor in European History. Next, Dunst went on to earn her Master of Science degree in Health and Human Physiology from the University of Iowa.
Prior to arriving at Coker, Dunst worked with the University of Iowa's softball team for two years and completed an internship with the Hawkeyes football team.
As an undergraduate student at the University of Pittsburgh, Dunst worked with the Panthers softball, women's basketball, cheer, and dance teams. Dunst continued to build her resume in the Greater Pittsburgh area by working with the men's and women's soccer teams at Carnegie Mellon University and the football team at Shaler Area High School.
Dunst is a BOC certified athletic trainer and a certified athletic trainer in the state of South Carolina. In addition, Dunst is trained in Fascial Abrasion Technique (FAT) Tool and Graston Technique.
Dunst, a native of Fox Point, Wisc., is a member of the National Athletic Trainer's Association.