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Sheridan College Rodeo Team

Northern Wyoming Community College District (NWCCD) proudly offers intercollegiate athletic opportunities for student-athletes and fans alike. The Sheridan College Generals Rodeo team is sanctioned by the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association (Central Rocky Mountain region) and has earned numerous awards since its founding. To date, team members are recognized for performing at the highest level inside the arena and classroom.

Sheridan College Generals

2023 - 2024 Rodeo Schedule

FALL SCHEDULE

September 15 – 17 | Chadron State College (Chadron, NE) | Results

September 22 – 24 | Central Wyoming College (Riverton, WY) | Results

September 29 – October 1 | Sheridan College (Sheridan, WY) | Results

October 6 – 8 | Laramie County Community College (Cheyenne, WY) | Results

October 13 – 15 | Lamar Community College (Lamar, CO) | Results


SPRING SCHEDULE

March 15 – 17 | Gillette College (Gillette, WY) | Results

March 22 – 24 | Eastern Wyoming College (Torrington, WY) | Results

April 5 – 7 | Colorado State University (Fort Collins, CO) | Results

April 12 – 14 | Casper College (Casper, WY) | Results

April 19 – 21 | University of Wyoming (Laramie, WY) | Results

June 9 – 15 | College National Finals Rodeo (Casper, WY) | Results

Rodeo Banquet Poster with information March 9

Join us for our 14th Annual Rodeo Banquet on Saturday, March 9th!

Get tickets and more information by calling the Sheridan College Foundation at (307) 675-0700 or Sarah Aksamit at (307) 675-0125

Women’s Team

Men’s Team

Coaches

Contact Info

Marc Gilkerson: mgilkerson@sheridan.edu 

Kelsey Ferguson: kferguson@sheridan.edu

Administration

Micah Olsen
AVP of Enrollment Services
307.675.0111
molsen@sheridan.edu

Sarah Aksamit
Administrative Coordinator
307.675.0123
saksamit@sheridan.edu

The vision for the NWCCD athletic department is to foster a strong commitment within the coaching and administrative staff dedicated towards academics, campus life, and community involvement. This commitment is the same vision for our student-athletes. Being a student-athlete for NWCCD is a privilege and is reflected in their day-to-day activities. This privilege can potentially reward our student-athletes with an academic degree and other lifelong leadership, responsibility, and relationship experiences, which they can draw from for the remainder of their lives.