Mike Custer ’83
Wayne Roedel ’88
Tricia Clark ’97
Jason Mensing ’00
Football Track & Field
Mike was a three-year letterman for the Bulldogs in the early ‘80s. He was named to the All-MIAA First Team three times from 198082, earning MIAA most valuable player accolades in 1981 with a conference-best stroke average of 77.9 — a career-best. Mike’s other MIAA rankings were fifth as a sophomore and second as a senior. Mike earned an invitation to the 1982 NCAA Division III Men’s Golf Championships as an individual during his junior year. After leaving the College, Mike won the 1984 Northern Michigan Amateur Golf Tournament. Mike lives in the Lone Star State with his wife, Kristi, and the couple has two grown children, Kaitlin and Bryan. Mike is a senior investment officer at Southside Bank.
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Wayne was a four-year letterman in football, and he also competed in track & field for the Bulldogs. He was a two-time All-MIAA selection in football in 1984 and 1987, running his way into the Bulldogs’ record book. He still lists first in team history with 32 career rushing touchdowns and 32 TDs overall. His other all-time ranks include second in total points scored (192), third in rushing yards (2,093) and fourth in rushing attempts (457). He ran for 928 yards as a freshman, making All-MIAA First Team. Today, Wayne serves as the superintendent of Fowlerville Community Schools. Wayne and his wife, Lisa, make their home in Fowlerville, Mich., with their three daughters, Olivia (19), Emma (17) and Grace (16).
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Tricia was a three-time AllMIAA selection and lists second on the all-time rebounding chart in program history with 655 rebounds, first with 609 defensive boards and second with 102 career blocked shots. Tricia saved her best season for 1996-97 when, as a senior, she paced the MIAA with 15.7 points and 9.3 rebounds per game while shooting a secondbest 48.4 percent from the field in conference games only. She also averaged 0.9 blocks for fourth. Tricia and her spouse, Amanda Raine ‘99, live in Brighton, Mich., with their sons Jacob (4) and James (2). Tricia currently works as a physical education and program success teacher in the Howell Public School system, as well as coaching high school girls basketball.
Jason was an anchor on the offensive line for the Bulldogs from 1997-99, when he received All-MIAA three times, including to the first team during his junior and senior years. Jason is also a member of the 1997 Hall of Fame squad that won the MIAA title (8-1). Jason excelled in the classroom evidenced by 1998 GTE Academic All-District™ First Team and 1998 GTE Academic All-America® Second Team recognition from the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA). Jason is married to Angel Linebaugh ’01 and the couple has two sons, Case (12) and Bo (9). He works as a learning specialist supervisor at the Airport Virtual Academy and is the head football coach at Whiteford High School.