College Information

WOSC Rodeo

Western Oklahoma State College in Altus, OK is pleased to announce the hiring of Jess Tierney as the new rodeo coach.  Western has a long history of success in the arena and believes that the new partnership with Tierney will continue the winning tradition.  
Student athletes interested in the program can contact Coach Tierney at 605-430-7235 or  
For more information about Western visit


Do you want to be a Husker at the University of Nebraska – Lincoln and wear the N on your chest? We want you.

Starting in 2019, the University of Nebraska, the College of Agricultural Sciences Natural Resources, and the Animal Science Department have made the commitment to hire a full time Rodeo Coach to take the University of Nebraska College Rodeo Program to the next level. With the hire of a full time coach, the University of Nebraska College Rodeo Program now has a structured practice schedule, quality practice stock, and a program that emphasizes servant leadership, respect, good attitudes, and communication. Along with these changes, we are developing a growing scholarship program and expanding leadership opportunities within the University of Nebraska.

The Nebraska College Rodeo Program is committed to serving our students with a high quality education along with the opportunity to rodeo within the Great Plains College Rodeo Region and host the Nebraska Cornhusker College Rodeo.

Coach: Marshal Peterson


Please reach out to Marshal with your questions about attending the University of Nebraska and being a part of the Nebraska College Rodeo Program.

Garden City Community College

Garden City Community College

Garden City, Kansas

Notable Alumni include Cort Scheer, Casey Colletti and Emily Miller.  Features include Indoor/Outdoor practice, stalling, plenty of practice stock.  NFR Horses "Pretty Woman" and "Garden City Gal" came from our Born to Buck program that we utilize for practice.

Contact Head Coach Jim Boy Hash

Office 620-275-3205

Cell 620-384-6113


Coach Jake Clark

3200 West C Street

Torrington, WY 82240

1.866.327.8996 or 307.532.8206


Pratt Community College Pratt KS

The PCC Rodeo program has a legacy that runs long and deep in the

Central Plains Region of NIRA.

We can practice year round with our indoor and outdoor arenas.  The facilities are located on Pratt’s 80 acre campus and is within walking distance of all dormitories.

Pratt Community College rodeo team is led by Rocky Patterson,

a three time world Champion Steer Roper.

Check the website @ for more information

Contact information for Rocky Patterson:

Colorado Mesa University

Colorado Mesa University is looking for the next generation of Mavericks!  If you'd like to learn more about a college rodeo career in beautiful Western Colorado and the Rocky Mountain Region, feel free to reach out to Branden Edwards at  From the classroom to the arena, we have the tools to take you where you want to go!  Apply now at and check out the thousands of dollars in scholarships available before the application deadline of December 31.  We have a great practice facility, beautiful weather, and half our rodeos are less than 4 hour drive from our campus, plus we pay for the fuel to get there.  We can't wait to show off our amazing campus!

Hope to see you in Grand Junction soon!


Branden Edwards

Head Coach CMU rodeo


NCTA Rodeo

Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture
Curtis, Nebraska
Indoor and Outdoor Facilities

Coach Jaden Clark

Joanna Hergenreder
APS Division Chair

“Discover Your Way at NCTA”


Lamar Community College

Competing in the Central Rocky Mountain Region

2401 South Main Street
Lamar, Colorado 81052
(719) 336-2248 Main
(800) 968-6920 Admissions Toll Free

Fred Sherwood, Rodeo Coach
(719) 336-1670 Rodeo Office
(719) 336-1599 Fax


Congratulations NHSRA seniors!

For those of you deciding to continue your education at the college level,

I would like to introduce you to FRANK PHILLIPS COLLEGE.

FPC is located in Borger, TX which is one hour N of Amarillo.

FPC is a junior college that offers a wide array of specialty certification programs, including nursing, cosmetology, pump & engine technology, and welding. FPC is an amazing small community of people dedicated

to College Rodeo, Education, and each other. FPC wants what is best for their students and their education.

Upon rodeoing with many of Nebraska High School Rodeos finest I have been impressed with the integrity,

respect, and work ethic of many of these athletes. FPC is currently recruiting and offering scholarships to highly dedicated athletes w characters of integrity and respect. FPC offers quality practices, plenty of stock, athletic

training, and credible coaching. If you are interested in continuing your Education and rodeo career please

check our website for additional programs and Associate degrees offered.

For additional information on our rodeo program please contact myself. 


Coach Kaylee Moyer


Dawson Community College located in Glendive Montana has a rich rodeo history of 50 years.  Recently awarded the Great Montana College Rodeo Program at the 2020 Montana Pro Rodeo Hall and Wall of Fame Banquet, Dawson plans to grow their  rodeo program with the hiring of new coach Shaylee Hance.  With access to an indoor arena and  great practice stock from Eiker Pro Rodeo and J Bar J the quality of practice is unmatched. Dawson Community College has an array of programs including corrosion technology, welding, and criminal justice.  

Head Coach: Shaylee Hance
Cell Phone: 406.852.4846

South Dakota State University

SDSU is centrally located in the Great Plains Region of the NIRA at Brookings, SD. During the fall and spring seasons we hold daily scheduled practices, have indoor/outdoor practice facilities, provide practice stock for every event, and receive full support from SDSU faculty for excused travel passes for missed classes.

“Come for the Education. Rodeo with Tradition.” Our team is comprised of Nursing, Pharmacy, Ag Business, Engineering, Animal Science, and many other majors that are offered here at SDSU. Scheduled practices, and team members to study with, make it possible to succeed in the rodeo arena and in the classroom.

To schedule an official campus visit call SDSU Admissions 605-688-4121. For more information about SDSU Rodeo contact coach Ron Skovly at or 605-690-1359.