Natalie Trotter joined the Razorbacks in 2012 and is currently working with women’s golf and women’s basketball.
Trotter comes to Fayetteville after more than four years at Arkansas State University where she worked with women’s basketball, tennis and bowling for the Red Wolves.
She was an instructor with the International Sports Connection, where from May 2012-2013, she delivered supplies and lectured in Uganda as part of ISC’s Basketball Exchange. She is currently chair of Arkansas Athletic Trainer’s Association’s Ethnic Diversity Committee, as well as a member of the AATA Program Committee. In addition, Trotter is chair of the Southwestern Athletic Trainer’s Association Ethnic Diversity Committee, and District 6 Representative for the National Athletic Trainer’s Association Ethnic Diversity Committee.
Prior to her time at Arkansas State, Trotter served as the certified graduate assistant athletic trainer for Troy University’s women’s basketball and tennis teams. She also earned her master’s degree in sport and fitness management in 2008 from Troy.
Trotter was an intern athletic trainer working with track and field at Auburn University during the spring of 2006. She graduated from Valdosta State University with a degree in sports medicine/athletic training during the same year.
A native of Shubuta, Mississippi, Trotter was recognized as the Arkansas Athletic Trainer’s Association’s Athletic Trainer of the Year in 2015.