— Midland University News —

— Midland University News —

He wanted to be a college football coach, but the timing was tricky for Zack Bowman. Having spent three years as an assistant high school coach and working for a nonprofit agency in Omaha, Bowman wasn’t ready to pull the trigger on a coaching change. But Jeff Jamrog just wouldn’t take no for an answer. Through the Midland University football coach’s persistence, Jamrog would eventually land Bowman on his staff. He has spent the 2019 season coaching cornerbacks for the Warriors. “I saw him on the sidelines (as a high school coach) and thought he had a great demeanor, so I had my eye on him,”...Read more
After finding a way to get Jack Hoffman on the football field six years ago, Midland University football coach Jeff Jamrog wants to ensure that Hoffman has a place to play the sport he loves in the future. Midland offered Hoffman a four-year, full-tuition scholarship to continue his football career during a campus visit Thursday afternoon. Hoffman, an eighth-grader from Atkinson, Nebraska, was diagnosed with brain cancer in 2011. A devout University of Nebraska football fan, Hoffman would develop a friendship with former Cornhusker and current New England Patriots running back Rex Burkhead...Read more

"I am grateful to all the donors who have helped make this college life possible for me! I’m learning a great deal about myself in so many areas, but I am also growing and that’s important to me. Thank you so much! Your generosity and care for this institution helps create bright futures for students."

Riley Smith '22

— Upcoming Events —

Dec
14
Join us for the Midland Men's Basketball National Tournament Teams Anniversary Reunion! 1:30 PM | Pre-game Food & Drinks Reception in Eikmeier...
Dec
15
Don't miss out on this holiday tradition! "The Star of Bethlehem" will be shown at the Lueninghoener Planetarium Sunday, December 15th at 7 PM.

Recent Class Notes

Derek Jackson ('01) recently became the Tax Manager for National Entertainment Network.
Dale Johanson ('85) has been elected to the office of Central Region Vice President of the American Mathematical Association of Two-Year Colleges (AMATYC). The Central Region includes the eight states: Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota. Johanson’s...
Brian Bagger ('86) lives in Norfolk, Neb., where he continues to do volunteer work for the Orphan Grain Train, which provides humanitarian relief and aid both locally, nationally and around the world.