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Northwest Missouri State University


Sport Clubs

Presidents & Contacts | Highlights

Sport Club Presidents & Contacts

Sport Club

Advisor

President/Contact

Northwest Officials Association TBD Jamie Kemp
Northwest Equestrian Club Travis Tennant Jessica Kelley
s520291@nwmissouri.edu
Northwest Rugby Club TBD Shane Miller
s523703@nwmissouri.edu
Bearcat Golf Club- Not currently active TBD TBD
Northwest Cricket Club-Not currently active TBD TBD
Northwest Badminton Club TBD Anuraag Ravulaparthi
s528169@nwmissouri.edu 
Northwest Bearcat Bowling TBD Kourtney Cox
816-739-0213
s525618@nwmissouri.edu
Northwest Baseball Club Justin Hoffmeier &
Jeff Nickerson
Cal Shillings
816-392-0334
s521208@nwmissouri.edu
Northwest Fishing Club Jon Gustafson Logan Newlin
s527847@nwmissouri.edu
Northwest Soccer Club Bayo Alondra Huerta
712-309-8569
S523533@nwmissouri.edu
Northwest Wakeboard Club TBD Hayden Smith
816-519-5576
s520938@nwmissouri.edu
Northwest Volleyball Club TBD TBD
Northwest Fencing Club-Starting in Spring 2018 TBD Cassandra Alfstad
515-210-4101
s523142@nwmissouri.edu
Northwest Wrestling Club-Not currently active TBD/Nikki Hackett Stephen McDonald
620-228-2851
s522385@nwmissouri.edu

Sport Club Highlights

Fall 2017

Equestrian Club

  • Equestrian Club hosted their first annual Fun Show and volunteered at the November Fuzzy Horse Show.

Rugby Club

  • Rugby Club had a great recruitment of new members. The Club hosted a Rugby tournament watch party and attended a few Nodaway Count Rugby Team home games.

Bowling Club

  • Bearcat Bowling Club grew their membership and held practices every Sunday and Monday.

Baseball Club

  • The Baseball Club doubled their roster size during the fall. Their team record was 1-4, including a win against University of Kansas Club Baseball.

Fishing Club

  • The Fishing Club volunteered and competed multiple times during the fall.
  • They started the semester with a highway clean up and attended Fishing for Freedom, a fishing trip taking veterans out on Truman Lake.
  • The Fishing Club competed in the FLW College Fishing Event in Wisconsin and placed 34th and 36th out of 112 teams.
  • The Fishing Club also hosted the Annual Bearcat Open on Mozingo Lake with eleven boats competing.

Soccer Club

  • The Soccer Club competed in their first game against Missouri Western. Although, they lost, they scored a goal and were very proud of competing.

Wakeboard Club

  • The Wakeboard Club competed in a tournament during the fall. Overall the team, placed 4th out of 8 teams, competing against universities such as Arizona State and Baylor.

Volleyball Club

  • The Volleyball Club grew into a bigger club. For now, they are recreational, but they hope to become competitive within the next year.