Tianna Cobb joined the Case Western Reserve University Sports Medicine Department as an Assistant Athletic Trainer in the Summer of 2018. Her primary duties include working with the volleyball, cross country and women's basketball and track & field teams.
Cobb comes to Case Western Reserve from Salem University, where she worked as an assistant athletic trainer. Prior to that, she spent a year and a half at West Virginia Wesleyan College in Buckhannon, West Virginia, where she was a Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer.
Cobb is a member of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA) and the American Heart Association (CPR/AED).
Cobb received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Baldwin Wallace University in May 2015 with a double major in Athletic Training and Pre-Physical Therapy, and a minor in Biology and Orthopedic Assessment and Treatment. Following graduation from Baldwin Wallace, she served as an assistant athletic training intern at the University of Mount Union, where she primarily worked with cross country, track & field and softball.
She earned her Master of Science in Athletic Training from West Virginia Wesleyan College in May of 2018.