Rifle Sophomore Alivia Yeager Stronger After Maxillofacial Surgery
Natasha Dinsmore is in her fourth season with the Ole Miss Rifle program after being promoted to assistant coach in September of 2011. Dinsmore served as a graduate assistant for the team in the 2010-2011 season, after concluding a four-year career on the West Virginia Rifle team.
Dinsmore assists Boothe in coaching, recruiting and with administrative duties, as well as in strength and conditioning and organizing team travel.
Dinsmore received the inaugural GARC Assistant Coach of the Year Award at the Conference Championships last February.
"It was such a honor to receive this award, and I will continue to work hard throughout this next season to keep the team proud to have me as a coach," Dinsmore said.
Dinsmore went to Morgantown as a walk-on student-athlete, earned a scholarship and was a four-year letterwinner. She took up competitive shooting while visiting Germany on a Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange Scholarship. After falling in love with the sport, Dinsmore turned down a field hockey scholarship to pursue her new found love of shooting in college.
From State College, Pa, Dinsmore earned the GARC Academic Award for having the highest GPA on the Mountaineer team in 2006 and was named to the Athletic Academic Honor Roll every semester as a student at WVU.
She earned a Bachelor's of Science degree in Animal and Veterinary Sciences in 2008 and followed that with a Master's in Agriculture, Forestry and Consumer Sciences in 2010. Dinsmorerecently completeda Master's of Science in Exercise Science with an emphasis in Exercise Physiology here at Ole Miss.
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