Moving On

Volleyball returned to Central Wyoming College in 2006, followed by men's and women's basketball in 2008 then Cross Country and Golf in 2014. Since 2007, the following CWC athletes have advanced to four year schools, in their respective sports:

  • Katie St. John, Carroll College (VB - NAIA)
  • Nane Hokafonu, University of Mary (VB - NCAA D2)

2008 - 2009:
  • Tanner Adams, Mesa State College (MBB - NCAA D2)
  • Preston Richards, Montana State University, Billings (MBB-NCAA D2)

2009 - 2010:
  • Brooke Tolman, Montana State University, Billings (WBB, VB - NCAA D2)
  • Courtnie Trustem, Dickinson State University (VB - NAIA)
  • Brittney Keele, Dickinson State University (VB - NAIA)
  • Paul Brotherson, Metro State (MBB - NCAA D2)
  • Chase Richards, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs (MBB - NCAA D2).
  • Slobodan Jovanovic, Regis University, (MBB - NCAA D2)
  • Carolina "Carol" Lobato, University of Bridgeport (VB)
  • Lynzee Crosland, Dixie State University (VB - NCAA D2)
  • Jeri Jacobson, Upper Iowa University (WBB - NCAA D2)



  • Cameron Cusworth, Montana State Unviersity, Billings (MBB - NCAA D2)
  • Jonathan Mesghna, University of Maine (MBB - NCAA D1)



  • James "Deuce" Johnson, California State University at Fullerton (MBB - NCAA D1)
  • Malachi Roberts, Rocky Mountain College (MBB - NAIA)
  • Andrea Molen, Montana State University, Billings (VB - NCAA D2)
  • Jaci Egley, Rocky Mountain College (WBB - NAIA)
  • Courtney Patterson, Black HIlls State University (WBB - NCAA D2)



  • Armani Flannigan, University of North Texas (MBB - NCAA D1)
  • Jacob Craft, Alaska Anchorage (MBB - NCAA D2)
  • Austin Hudson, Montana State University Billings (MBB - NCAA D2)
  • Ryan Thomas, Saint Mary University (MBB - NCAA D2)
  • Davion Pearson, University of Nebraska Kearney (MBB - NCAA D2)
  • Emily Smith, Alaska Anchorage (WBB, NCAA D2)
  • Porsha Wadsworth, Dickinson State University (WBB - NAIA)
  • Kaitlyn Tracy-Eaton, Southern Virginia University (VB - NCAA D3)



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