Sherry Kimbro is in her 22nd year with the Crimson Tide Sports Medicine Staff and brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the athletic training field.
In May, 2007, Kimbro was inducted into the Alabama Athletic Trainers Association (ALATA) Hall of Fame for her work and service to the athletic training profession.
She currently serves as the athletic trainer for the Alabama women's soccer team. She has also worked with the Crimson Tide's women's basketball team and gymnastics team during her tenure at UA. She has worked with a number of NCAA Regional teams, including several gymnastics national championships and the 1994 women's Final Four squad.
Kimbro is a native of Dickson, Tennessee. She graduated from Austin Peay with a bachelor's degree in Health and Physical Education (1979) and a master's degree in Public and Community Health (1980).
Her career as an athletic trainer began at her Alma Mater, where she worked as a graduate assistant. From there Kimbro made her way to the University of Miami where she served as assistant trainer from 1981 to 1987.
In addition to her work at Alabama, Kimbro has worked with athletes at the 1991 Pan American Games, 1996 Olympics and in 2003 she worked for the USA at the Junior IAAF Championships.