Senecca Stromberg is into her second year as a Matador. An Arizona native, she discovered athletic training during her freshman year of high school and by her senior year, she knew she wanted to make it her career. After graduating from Cibola High School, Senecca attended Northern Arizona University, where she gained invaluable experience working with Coconino High School and NAU’s volleyball, track, and football teams. She was awarded the Michael E. Nesbitt AZ College Athletic Trainer of the Year Scholarship and graduated top of her class with her Bachelors of Science in Athletic Training. She returned to Yuma as the Head Athletic Trainer at Cibola. During her two years at Cibola she implemented a CTE Sports Medicine Program and created an internship program for students interested in athletic training. Senecca also helped rewrite Yuma Union High School District’s athletic training standard of care and served as the concussion representative for Southwestern Arizona. She is excited about her transition to the collegiate level and hopes to be a valuable asset to the Matador Athletics Program. Senecca met her husband Jared at a church activity a few years ago. They have one-year old son, Jude, and a German Shepherd dog, Atlas.