Lindsay Snecinski is currently in her 16th year as an assistant athletic trainer at Yale University. During her tenure with the Bulldogs, Lindsay has worked with the Ivy League Championship Women’s Soccer, Women’s Volleyball, and Women’s Swim teams. As well, she has worked with the Baseball, Women’s Basketball, Women’s Ice Hockey, Men’s Crew, Track and Field, Fencing, and Sailing teams.
She has functioned as the Continuing Education Director and the Yale University Representative for the Ivy league concussion study. In addition to her athletic training certification, Lindsay is also an NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Coach and Vermont Licensed Physical Education teacher.
Snecinski is a native of Milford, CT. She attended the University of Vermont, graduating in 2001 with a Degree in Physical Education, a minor in Exercise Physiology, and concentration in Athletic Training. She received her Master’s Degree in Sport Psychology from Southern Connecticut State University in 2009. She joined the Yale Sports Medicine Staff in 2001 as an intern. Lindsay, her husband Joe, and son Connor live in Woodbridge, Conn.