Cheresse Kincaid joined the Central Michigan sports medicine staff in the fall of 2017 after serving as the athletic trainer at Texas Wesleyan University.
At Texas Wesleyan, the Rocklin, Calif. native served as the trainer for men’s soccer, women’s basketball and men’s basketball, which in 2017 won the NAIA National Championship.
Kincaid earned her bachelor’s degree in kinesiology with a concentration in exercise science from California State University San Bernardino and her master’s degree from Texas Tech Health Sciences Center in Athletic Training in 2012.
She previously held positions at Concordia University Texas and Rockwall Heath High School, completed an internship at the University of South Carolina, and has volunteered in the athletic training rooms at the universities of Hawaii and Arizona.
She has also completed a fellowship at the Andrews Institute working alongside sports medicine trained orthopedic surgeons, including the world famous Dr. James Andrews.
Kincaid is a board certified athletic trainer, a Michigan licensed athletic trainer, an American Red Cross CPR/AED Instructor, and holds manual therapy certifications in Graston Technique and KinesioTape.