Miss Rodeo K-State, Danielle Stuerman, had a very busy summer including having the opportunity to spend a week with Miss Rodeo America. Check out the Rodeo Queen tab to see pictures from her summer.
Tanner Brunner had a great time at the College National Finals Rodeo in June. He played on the Central Regions National Champion Softball Team. He ended up 9th in the steer wrestling.
K-State Rodeo's own Tanner Brunner is the 2014 NIRA Central Plains Steer Wrestling Champion. He will compete at the College National Finals Rodeo on June 15-21 at Casper, Wyoming.
The clubs Social Chair, Brooke Boyington, and the Adversiting Chair, Brooke Wallace, received queen titles over the summer.
The clubs own former Miss Rodeo K-State 2012, Abbey Pomeroy, was crowned Miss Rodeo Kansas this summer! She will take the official title in December after current queen Katera Harter competes for Miss Rodeo America.
To promote and educate the history, heritage and tradition of rodeo to students and the general public. Provide opportunities for students to become actively involved in rodeo. Provide practice and coaching to students desiring to improve skills in rodeo.