NWCCD Rodeo Teams

NWCCD is proud to offer intercollegiate athletic opportunities for student-athletes and fans alike. Our rodeo teams are sanctioned by the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association. Teams and individuals have earned numerous awards over the years, and continue to compete at the highest level.

Sheridan College Generals

Women’s Team
Kristen Vander Voort
Molly Rotenberger
Devin Dixon
Chase Kiker
Joey Carley
Camri Elshere

Men’s Team
Coby Johnson
Wyatt Phelps
Cody Weeks
Corbin Fisher
Nathan Ruth
Samuel Larson
Cole Redmond
Daniel Rasmussen
Kain Stroh
Chase Lapp
Easton Bowers
Jason Lawrence

Coaches
Marc Gilkerson – mgilkerson@sheridan.edu
Kelsey Ferguson

Gillette College Pronghorns

Women’s Team
Brooke Worman
Ellie Bard
Emily Knust
Erin Mcginley
Gracie Pokorny
Jamie Gillum
Jaycie West
Jayme Peterson
Lanna Jordan
Maddie Eskew
Shyanne Howell
Talli Pokorny

Men’s Team
Bill Henery
Bodie Mattson
Brayden Price
Clay Reiner
Conner Heinrt
Cooper Deveraux
Coy Johnson
Grant Turek
JC Moreland
Myles Kenzy
Parker Manor
Zane Howe

Coaches
Will LaDuke – wladuke@sheridan.edu
Anna Rorison
Marvin Garrett
Shawn Marsh

Rodeo Schedule

Sept. 24-26  |  Sheridan College

Oct. 1-3  |  Central Wyoming College

Oct. 8-10  |  Lamar County Community College

 

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Administration

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

Sarah Aksamit
Administrative Coordinator
307.675.0123
sasksamit@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 has the potential to reward our student-athletes with not only an academic degree but other lifelong leadership, responsibility and relationship experiences; which they can draw from for the remainder of their lives.