Cheyenne Espinosa

Posted on January 26th, 2021 by Travis Dix

Cheyenne Espinosa is a senior sports medicine major from Corona, Cal. Espinosa is an Averett Bonner Leader, a member of the Averett Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Task Force, part of the Student Engagement Team, on the appellate board and is a sports medicine representative, who helps explain to incoming freshmen who the sports medicine program is.

How do you believe Averett will help you with your degree?

“I think Averett will help me with my degree by supplying me with the resources and skills that I need for my career. Specifically, being a sports medicine major with the hopes of going to graduate school, I not only need hands-on information from the classroom, but also need people skills. Averett has done more than enough to prepare me with those skills.”

What do you like best about the University?

“The family atmosphere is what I like best. Being so far from home was one of the deal breakers I had when I was considering colleges. Could it be a home away from home? Averett was the only school that made me feel like I could be a part of a family.”

Why did you choose your path of study?

“I’ve grown up in a sports-oriented and very science-oriented family. I have a passion for helping people and sports medicine allows me to do all of that. Averett’s sports management program is one of the best I’ve ever seen.”