Kelli Swing is in her 11th year as member of the SMU Sports Medicine staff. As one of three Associate Athletic Trainers on staff, Swing is responsible for the healthcare of the Women's Basketball team. She serves as the secretary for the Alliance for Intercollegiate Sports Medicine. Swing also serves as a Clinical Preceptor in conjunction with the UTA Accredited Sports Medicine Program. During her tenure at SMU, Swing has worked various additional sporting events, including Sports Medicine and Drug testing coordinator for the 2006 NCAA Women's Basketball Championships Regional Tournament, and Sports Medicine Coordinator for the two Nike Elite Academy camps and DFW AAU girls' basketball tournaments.
Prior to coming to SMU, Swing earned her Masters of Education in 2004 at Wichita State University while serving as a graduate assistant athletic trainer for the Women's Volleyball team. In 2002, she received a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from the University of Iowa.
Swing is originally from Burlington, Iowa. She, her husband Patrick, and her dog Bella Blu reside in Garland, TX.