Alumni in the News

Alumni in the News

We love to see stories about our alumni in the news! If you would like to share a story with us, please email alumni.midlandu.edu.

June 7, 2019
Clint Eikmeier, '04, has been named to the 2019 Eight-Man Football Hall of Fame. He will be inducted during ceremonies to be held Saturday, June 15 at the Tom Osborne Family Sports Complex in Hastings, Nebraska. Read the entire story from the York News-Times here .Read more
June 6, 2019
Allen Beermann '62, recently announced his retirement from the Nebraska Press Association in 2020. Read the entire story from Lexington Clipper-Herald here .Read more
June 1, 2019
Emily Wiebeck, a third-grade teacher at Sheridan Elementary School, cares deeply for everyone. She is an exceptional teacher who shows great leadership in her school and community, according to De Ann Currin, Sheridan’s principal. For her efforts, Wiebeck has been recognized as Teacher of the Month...Read more
May 23, 2019
Mr. Hadley Sejkora won the 2018-19 PC Education Foundation "Teacher of the Year" award. Read the full article here .Read more
May 23, 2019
The Fremont Moo have a manager for their inaugural season in the Expedition League. Former Midland University pitcher Shea Bennett has been named to guide the Moo, who open their season Friday at the Hastings Sodbusters. Read the full article here .Read more
May 7, 2019
A familiar face on the Midland University campus has been named as the school's women's lacrosse coach. Malia Shimabukuro, a 2017 MU graduate, has served as a residence hall director at MU while assisting the women's lacrosse and ice hockey teams. Read the full article in the Fremont Tribune here .Read more
April 18, 2019
He was certainly appreciative, but also couldn't help but be mostly embarrassed. The arena lights beamed down, at least a few thousand fans looked on from their seats and there was Mike Sloup, in the middle of it all. He and others were spread out across the Pinnacle Bank Arena court at the...Read more
April 11, 2019
This fall, things will come full circle for Waverly’s new head football coach. Thirty-year old Reed Manstedt has been hired to replace Tim Williams as the Waverly Head Football Coach. Read the full article here .Read more
April 3, 2019
On March 30, The Rev. Shari Schwedhelm will realized a longtime dream. She became an ordained minister. For months, Schwedhelm has been serving Salem and St. Timothy Lutheran churches in Fremont. Salem members voted to call her to become their pastor in February. St. Timothy members — delayed by a...Read more
April 3, 2019
After nearly two decades at the helm of the Fremont Tigers boys basketball program, Mark Williams will no longer patrol the sidelines of Al Bahe Gymnasium when the Tigers hit the court next season after accepting a new position within the Fremont Public Schools system on Tuesday. Read the full...Read more

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