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2012 NSIC Tournament Champions


Chris Hmielewski ‘98

Tim Steinbach

Rolly Muller ‘85

Director of Athletics

Director of Athletic Development Executive Director, Mustang Booster Club

Assistant Athletic Director Senior Woman Administrator

Kelly Loft ‘97

Ross Webskowski ‘02

Athletic Communications Director

Compliance Officer

What does it mean to “Believe in Brown”? Believe In Brown is more than just a slogan supporting SMSU Athletics. It goes beyond the idea of cheering for the student-athletes and coaches of SMSU. When you Believe In Brown, you are truly embracing everything that is great about Mustang Athletics. Believe In Brown embraces four basic principles: • Excelling in the Classroom • Accepting Social Responsibility • Embracing Civic Engagement • Competing for Championships If you haven’t done so already, take the time to learn more about the great things that are happening within Mustang Athletics and find out what it truly means to “Believe In Brown”.




Greetings Mustang Fans, Making a difference. Something we all want to accomplish in our lives. When one gives to the Mustang Booster Club, they are making a difference in the education and future lives of over 300 student athletes. Additionally, they are making a difference in the future success of the Athletics Department and its 13 men’s and women’s sports teams and all that it provides to our university and community. There are many benefits in becoming a Mustang Booster Club member, which include tickets, parking, hospitality, Mustang apparel and a variety of unique, up-close experiences with our athletic program. As a member of the Mustang Booster Club you play a vital role in helping Mustang Athletics achieve success. Contributions to this important effort support Mustang student athletes who excel in the classroom, in their sport, and in service to the community. That is a difference that lasts a lifetime.

• The SMSU Men’s Basketball Team captured its first ever Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference tournament championship with a come-frombehind 76-72 victory over MSU Moorhead. • The SMSU Men’s Basketball Team earned the No. 4 seed in the eightteam NCAA Division II Central Region Tournament in Golden, Colo. • Nate Wolf was named Head Men’s & Women’s Cross Country Coach at SMSU. • Former Southwest Minnesota State University men’s basketball player Sam Leggett has been inducted into the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference Hall of Fame. • Former Southwest Minnesota State University standout Josh Turek has been named to the 2012 USA Men's Wheelchair Basketball Paralympic Team that will compete at the Paralympics in London this August and September. • Junior golfer Krista Weiszhaar finished tied for ninth place at the NCAA Central Regional Championships, becoming just the third Mustang golfer in program history to qualify for the NCAA National Championships.

Chris Hmielewski Director of Athletics

• Senior Softball player Christine Borowiak has been named to the Daktronics All-Central Region Softball second team • Senior Baseball players Chris Eichten and Adam Thygesen were named to the 2012 Capital One Academic AllAmerica Division II Baseball team, as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA). Eichten, an outfielder, was named to the first team, while Thygesen, a second baseman, was named to the third team. SMSU is one of just five schools in the country to have two players named to either the first, second or third team.


• The SMSU Smokefest was presented with the 2011-2012 NSIC Civic Engagement award by the NCAA.


Alarm goes off, telling me it is time to start another week and head to my first class. Eat some breakfast, throw on some sweats, and get ready for the day.

• 9:00 am -

I arrive on campus and head to Java City to get my morning coffee, medium Mocha without whipped cream. I will need this to get through my day!

• 9:30 am -

My first and favorite class of the day, Physiological Anatomy with Sandy Craner. The body is so interesting to me!

• 10:30 am -

Start of class number two for me, Adapted Physical Education Applications. My mornings are very busy!

• 11:30 am -

Off to my THIRD class of the morning with my Coach, Terry Culhane. This was another one of my favorites, Coaching and Officiating Volleyball, because I got to learn more techniques and methods behind the game I love.

• 12:30 pm -

Grab a quick bite to eat and then off to one of my favorite things of the day, Weight Lifting. Lifting weights is a great way to get my mind off the stressors throughout the morning.

• 1:30 pm -

Back in class yet again, with Coach Buchholz, finally, my last one of the day.

• 2:20 pm -

Happy to be done with my busy morning and afternoon but the day is not done. I head to our Student Center to grab a quick snack, which was usually Hummus, and go hang out in our Volleyball locker room waiting for one of our spring practices to begin.

Devin Diedrich

• 3:00 pm -

Time to get dressed and ready for practice and get my mind ready to get better at Volleyball!

• 6:00 pm -

Finally, on my way home from a busy day at school and practice! Trying to decide what I should have for dinner, I am usually pretty hungry at this time.

Major/Degree Program: Physical & Health Education Minors in Adaptive Physical Education & Coaching

• 7:00 pm -

Feeling full from dinner and it is time to work on some Physiological Anatomy.

• 9:00 pm -

Done with studying for the night, my brain is exhausted, time to jump in bed and turn on some ESPN to see if anything exciting happened today.

• 10:30 pm -

Time to catch some Zzz’s before another long day starts again tomorrow. Couldn’t be happier with the blessed day I have had and hope to have another great one tomorrow.



Braham, MN Sport: Volleyball

• NSIC Offensive Player of the Year • First Team AVCA All-America • Received AVCA All-Central Region First Team • Named to the Daktronics All-Central Region Team • Earned All-NSIC Honors • NSIC Freshman of the Year in 2008

SMSU CIVIC ENGAGEMENT EVENTS Ag Bowl Ag Bowl is a community event that celebrates agriculture in southwestern Minnesota. Ag Bowl offers regional FFA Chapters and individual participants an opportunity to earn post secondary scholarship dollars by competing in the Ag Bowl Scholarship Challenge. Ag Bowl Scholarship Challenge winners are recognized at Half-time of the Ag Bowl Football Game. Prior to the Mustang Football game, families are treated to a variety of activities at the Regional Event Center. Ag Bowl family activities include, a youth football clinic, inflatable games, pony rides, live music, and barbecue offerings. In addition to the Ag Bowl Scholarship Challenge and Ag Bowl family activities, participants can choose to participate in the Ag Bowl Raffle. All proceeds from the Ag Bowl Raffle are designated to the SMSU Scholarship Fund. Since its inception, Ag Bowl has received the NCAA’s Civic Engagement Award on two different occasions.


WBCA Pink Zone

Mustang Mail is a pen pal program created and supported by the Mustang Booster Club. All SMSU student-athletes are paired up with students from Marshall Elementary Schools. Students write and receive letters talking about the importance of school, and what it means to be a Mustang. During the spring semester we host “Mustang Mail Day” at each school and all students get the chance to meet their student-athlete pal.

The WBCA Pink Zone is an NCAA sponsored event that raises awareness and funds for breast cancer treatment and research. Each February at a home women’s and men’s basketball double header, the R/A Facility is decorated pink to show support. The teams and cheerleaders wear special pink warm-ups and uniforms to show support for the cause. The women’s basketball team also sells their warm-up shirts to students and fans and donates all the proceeds to the Kay Yow Cancer Fund. At halftime, student-athletes and coaches gather on the court to donate at least 10 inches of hair to the Locks of Love program.

Mustang Shootout The Mustang Shootout is a clay shooting competition held annually at Shooter’s Sporting Clays in Marshall, MN. Each year nearly one hundred participants form teams to compete for the best team and individual scores. The Mustang Booster Club helps sponsor the event with proceeds going towards scholarships for student-athletes.

Smokefest Smokefest is an officially sanctioned Kansas City BBQ Society contest held on the SMSU campus and hosted by the SMSU Department of Athletics. In 2011, Smokefest partnered with the City of Marshall’s Sounds of Summer (SOS) Celebration. Smokefest serves as the central location for Friday evening activities during the SOS week long celebration. Each year, nearly 40 barbecue teams descend on Marshall to test their BBQ skills in four categories: pork ribs, chicken, pork butt and beef brisket. Smokefest activities include; kids inflatable’s, carnival games, music, authentic BBQ offerings and a movie hosted at the Regional Event Center on the SMSU Campus. Since its inception, Smokefest has received the NCAA’s Civic Engagement Award on two different occasions.

David & Carol Drown SMSU Golf Classic The SMSU Golf Classic is SMSU’s longest running fundraiser. In 2011, the SMSU Golf Classic was renamed the David & Carol Drown SMSU Golf Classic. David & Carol Drown first started the event 27 years ago and remain actively involved in the planning of the event each year. The two-day event is hosted by the Mustang Booster Club with proceeds dedicated to student-athlete scholarships at SMSU. The Classic includes golf at the Marshall Golf Club and Tyler Golf Club along with post golf activities hosted at the Marshall Golf Club. Post golf activities include; a silent auction, live auction and evening social.

Mustang Stampede

Gold Rush Raffle

The Mustang Stampede is a 5k Walk/Run through SMSU’s campus that brings together teams, parents, fans, and alumni in support of SMSU’s women’s athletics teams. Participants can join as individuals or by forming fundraising teams and compete for the most team members or most dollars raised.

The Gold Rush Raffle is SMSU Athletics’ and the Mustang Booster Club’s largest annual fundraiser. The Raffle is the event to be at on SMSU’s campus. A limited number of tickets are sold for the reverse raffle. Live and silent auctions are also included in the event, along with black jack games and a variety of great prizes. The grand prize of $5000 is awarded to the raffle ticket holder whose name is the last to be drawn throughout the night.





Derek Klinkner

Slayton, MN

Artesian, SD



Major/Degree Program: Health & Physical Education

Major/Degree Program: Exercise Science with a Minor in Coaching

Why did you choose SMSU? I liked the idea of being close to home and I also liked the size of SMSU. I also liked the direction the wrestling program was heading toward.

Why did you choose SMSU? I wanted to play College football, and SMSU's football program invited me on a visit. The campus was all connected so you don't have to go outside in the winter time, and the friendly/family atmosphere you get at SMSU. After my visit, I knew SMSU is where I belonged.

What are your plans after graduation? I plan on getting a teaching and coaching job. The idea of working with kids at camps and being able to give back to the sport of wrestling means a lot to me.

What are your plans after graduation? Attend Grad school at SMSU continue my wheelchair basketball career while starting my coaching career.



Yutan, NE

Sport: SOFTBALL Major/Degree Program: Biology & Chemistry Double Major/Psychology Minor Why did you choose SMSU? I chose SMSU because I had the opportunity to continue my athletic career while pursuing my degree. I felt like the professor that I spoke with on my visit really cared about me as a prospective student. I liked the small class sizes that SMSU had to offer and the opportunity to get involved in a number of on-campus clubs and activities. I could also sense a strong support system within not only the softball program, but also within Mustang Athletics as a whole. The hometown feel of the city of Marshall also drew me to SMSU. What are your plans after graduation? After graduation next spring, I would like to get a job at a hospital or another health care facility to gain some patient care experience. After a couple years of that, I hope to attend graduate school to be a Physician's Assistant.




Sport: MEN’S BASKETBALL Major/Degree Program: Exercise Science Why did you choose SMSU? I chose Southwest Minnesota State University because of the great environment and the friendly people. When I came to my campus visit, it was a very welcoming atmosphere. I felt completely comfortable and at home. I also really connected with my teammates and thought it would be a great fit for me to further my education and continue my athletic career. Since I’ve been on campus, the people have been great and I have made a lot of new friends. I am so glad I picked Southwest and I am proud to be a Mustang. What are your plans after graduation? After college I plan to get a job in the exercise science field. I am confident that my education at Southwest Minnesota State will prepare me to have great career success after college.

MARKETING OPPORTUNITIES THE LATE SHOW This annual event offers a chance for students and the community to meet and greet both the Southwest men’s, women’s, and wheelchair basketball teams. The event gets the fans ready for the basketball season, introducing the teams in an exciting late-night event. A premium item must be provided by your company.

STANGER KIDS CLUB Our kid's club is growing larger each year, and sponsoring this group is a great way to get involved with Southwest Athletics and the community. Your company gains logo exposure on various kids’ club items.

CORPORATE OPPORTUNITIES Advertising Opportunities ■ Schedule Posters ■ Schedule Cards ■ Ticket Backs ■ Game Programs

MUSTANG MANIACS As the official student cheering section at football and basketball, your company's name and logo would be linked to Southwest’s amazing atmosphere, which makes the college experience that much better!

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Website Scoreboard Advertising Scorer’s Table Advertising R/A Signage

Social Media Sponsorships ■ Twitter ■ Facebook



Fans like free stuff and we provide a lot of it! Logo exposures on the backs of t-shirts and on cups are a way to get your business noticed. ■ Toss Out T-shirts ■ Cups

Anchor $50,000 ■ Contact Tim Steinbach at (507) 537-7204 for details Founding $20,000 ■ Contact Tim Steinbach at (507) 537-7204 for details Premier $10,000 ■ Contact Tim Steinbach at (507) 537-7204 for details Gold $5,000 ■ 10 season tickets package to Football, Volleyball, Basketball ■ ■ ■ ■ ■

& Wrestling 2 preferred parking passes 2 PA announcements at Football, Basketball & Volleyball Recognition in the R/A Facility Game Program recognition Choice of game-day sponsorship at Football, Volleyball and/or Basketball; or two additional season ticket packages

Silver $2,500 ■ 6 season tickets package to Football, Volleyball, Basketball ■ ■ ■ ■ ■

& Wrestling 1 preferred parking pass 1 PA announcement at Football, Basketball & Volleyball Recognition in the R/A Facility Game Program recognition For each additional $500, choice of game-day sponsorship at Football, Volleyball and/or Basketball; or two additional season ticket packages

Bronze $1,500 ■ 4 season tickets package to Football, Volleyball, Basketball ■ ■ ■ ■


& Wrestling 1 PA announcement at Football & Volleyball Recognition in the R/A Facility Game Program recognition For each additional $500, choice of game-day sponsorship at Football, Volleyball and/or Basketball; or two additional season ticket packages



Game Day Program Ads (Football & Basketball)

Create greater awareness for your company and entertain clients and employees by sponsoring a game. In addition to exclusive exposure to our fan base, you'll receive tickets to the event, public address announcements, the opportunity to hand out premium items (provided by the business), logo exposure on the front of game day programs, and venue signage. One of the best options we

Game day programs are one of the most popular and convenient items offered to Mustang fans. Your advertising message will reach thousands of Mustang fans of all ages. Below is a list of options for game day programs.

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Full Page, Full Color

offer, fans will leave knowing that your business was there!

Full Page, Black and White

■ Football Games ■ Basketball Doubleheaders ■ Volleyball Matches

Half Page, Full Color Half Page, Black and White Quarter Page, Full Color Quarter Page, Black and White


Back Cover, Full Color

A great way to interact with your customers, we create fun and

Back Inside Cover, Full Color

exciting promotions that fit your company's needs.

Front Inside Cover, Full Color

■ Football ■ Volleyball ■ Basketball

Schedule Posters Schedule posters are found all over the Southwest campus, Marshall businesses, and many other places in the Marshall area. We hand deliver posters to local businesses. Below is the list of posters


available for logo exposure.

R/A ■ ■ ■

■ Fall (Football, Soccer, Volleyball, Cross Country and Golf) ■ Winter (Men’s & Women’s Basketball, Wheelchair Basketball, Wrestling)

■ Spring (Baseball, Softball, Tennis, Golf)

Facility Basketball Standards Underside of the center-hung scoreboard A-Frame banners are lined around the court and are seen by all who enter the facility

Wallet Schedules

Regional Event Center ■ A-Frame banners are lined around the field and are seen

Place your logo on thousands of wallet schedules that are always in demand by Mustang fans. Small enough to fit in your wallet, your

by all who enter the stadium

company logo will go everywhere the fan goes.

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■ Fall Sports ■ Winter Sports ■ Spring Sports

First Down Sponsor During Mustang Football Games Field Goal Sponsor During Mustang Football Games Extra Point Sponsor During Mustang Football Games Half-Time Sponsor During Mustang Football Games

Alumni Field (Baseball) & Mustang Field (Softball) Placed in the outfield, your company's banner is guaranteed to be noticed by fans watching the game.

■ Full Color Fence Banner


METHODS OF GIVING Joining the Mustang Booster Club is easy and convenient. Just choose the option that works best for you.

ONLINE DONATION Just go to the SMSU Foundation site at

CHECK Please make check payable to “SMSU Foundation” and mail along with the attached membership form to: Southwest Minnesota State Athletics Mustang Booster Club 1501 State Street Marshall, MN 56258

CREDIT CARD We accept VISA, MasterCard, Discover and American Express. You can call (507) 537-7204 or just fill out your credit card information on the attached Mustang Booster Club membership form and mail to the above address.

CASH You are always welcome to bring your donation by in person to the above address.

MONTHLY BANK TRANSFER You can join the Mustang Booster Club by dividing your total gift into smaller, automatic payments from your bank account or paycheck. • Electronic Fund Transfer - please call 507-537-6265 • University payroll deduction (SMSU employees only) - please call 507-537-6265 for this giving option

MATCHING GIFTS Double your support by encouraging your employer to make a matching gift. To see if your employer will match your Mustang Booster Club Membership, contact your company’s Human Resource Department. Donations to the Mustang Booster Club may be subject to benefits (contact the SMSU Foundation). These benefits reduce the tax deductible portion of your donation. Per IRS regulations the standard benefit is calculated at 20% (80/20 rule), but there may be other benefits depending on your donation and your parking, hospitality events, etc. If you are declining benefits – any benefits – you must state so in writing at the time you make your donation to the Mustang Booster Club.

GIFTS-IN-KIND Needed goods or services can reduce expenses of the SMSU Department of Athletics, while offering the donor a tax deduction for the fair market value of the gift. Please call 507-537-7204 for this giving option.

UNRESTRICTED GIFTS Booster Club Membership

RESTRICTED GIFTS Donation to a specific sport

You n $50 g Sta nge r

Ho rs $15 eshoe 0

Bro w $50 n & Go 0 ld Rid e $30 r 0

Pri de $90 0

Sta m $1,2 pede 50

Co ac $2, hes 50 0 Var s $1,5 ity 00

Dir ec $5, tors 00 0

ANNUAL BOOSTER CLUB BENEFITS Program Recognition Access to Socials Mustang Update Mustang Window Decal Autograph Ball or Helmet from team of choice





Autographed & Framed SMSU Team Jersey of Choice
























You n $50 g Sta nge r


Ho rs $15 eshoe 0

Bro w $50 n & Go 0 ld Rid e $30 r 0

on Season Tickets

Pri de $90 0

Dollars to Spend -

Co ac $2, hes 50 0 Var s $1,5 ity 00

Use this grid as a worksheet based on your sponsorship level and transfer your totals to the perforated panel at the back of this publication.

Dir ec $5, tors 00 0

Spending Benefit Dollars Worksheet

Sta m $1,2 pede 50

These benefits listed above are received automatically as designated within each category. If you have any questions or for more information, please contact Tim Steinbach at

Football Season Tickets - $50 Volleyball Season Tickets - $55 Winter Season Tickets - $110 Preferred Parking - $50 per pass R/A Chairback Upgrade - $50 per seat REC Chairback Upgrade - $20 per seat Senior Citizen/Student Fall Season Tickets - $70 Football only - $35; Volleyball only - $35


62 & older

Senior Citizen/Student Winter Season Tickets - $75 62 & older

Total Benefit Dollars Chosen Benefit Dollars Allowed Additional Benefits Purchased Hoofprint Dollars -

dollars to spend on apparel/novelty items

Membership Scenario

Also, as part of the Stampede Level Membership, you are entitled to use $375 (30%) of your donation to spend on Benefits. You can choose to spend your Benefit Dollars in the following manner:

If you decide you would like to join the 2012-2013 Mustang Booster Club (MBC) at the Stampede Level ($1,250), you automatically receive the following incentives: •

Program Recognition

Access to Booster Club Socials

Weekly Mustang Updates

Mustang Window Decal

One Football Season Ticket Package One Volleyball Season Ticket Package One Winter Season Ticket Package One Preferred Parking Pass One R/A Facility Chairback Upgrade One Regional Event Center Chairback Upgrade

1 Autographed Ball or Helmet from team of choice


$50 $55 $110 $50 $50 $20 $335

After reviewing your package you can decide that you don’t want additional seats, tickets, or benefits. Since you will not use all of the assigned Benefit Dollars, you could apply those funds to the tax deductible portion of your donation. You would not be allowed to transfer the remaining $40 to another Booster Club Member or use it to redeem additional apparel. An additional benefit at the Stampede Level is Hoofprint Dollars that can be used to redeem apparel online. As a Stampede Level Member, you would be entitled to use 125 Hoofprint Dollars to spend on Mustang apparel/novelty items. If you choose not to use all 125 Hoofprint Dollars your tax deductible donation would increase by the unused amount. You would not be allowed to transfer the unused balance to another Booster Club Member or use it to secure ticket packages, preferred parking passes or chairback upgrades.


FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS Why should I support SMSU athletics? The athletic programs at Southwest Minnesota State benefit the entire university and, in turn, our surrounding communities. Whether in NSIC or NCAA competition, Mustang athletes demonstrate the SMSU commitment to high quality in both academics and athletics. The outstanding young women and men who participate each season for the Mustangs are building important physical and leadership skills while gaining a superior university education. The Mustangs are working to be the pride of southwestern Minnesota.

Who can join the Mustang Booster Club? All supporters of Mustang Athletics are encouraged to join the Mustang Booster Club. You do not have to be an alumnus of SMSU or a former student-athlete to join.

What is the difference between a restricted gift and an unrestricted gift? An unrestricted annual gift supports all 13 varsity sports and helps offset non-budgeted expenses throughout the course of the year. A restricted contribution is made to a sport specific fund, a capital project or an endowment.

Is my contribution to the Mustang Booster Club tax deductible? Yes, it may be tax deductible in full or in part. You will receive a gift receipt from the SMSU Foundation for tax purposes.

Where do I go for help? Contact the SMSU Athletic Development Office at (507) 537-7204 or mail your information to: Mustang Booster Club SMSU Athletics Attn: Tim Steinbach 1501 State St. Marshall, MN 56258

MEMBERSHIP LEVELS AND TICKET INFORMATION Mustang Booster Club Levels _____ $50 Young Stanger (New Grads up to 3 years) _____ $150 Horseshoe

_____ $1,250 Stampede

_____ $300 Rider

_____ $1,500 Varsity

_____ $500 Brown & Gold

_____ $2,500 Coaches

_____ $900 Pride

_____ $5,000 Directors

Allocation of Spending Benefit Dollars (Transfer from worksheet)


Football Season Tickets

$ _______


Volleyball Season Tickets

$ _______


Winter Season Tickets

$ _______


Preferred Parking

$ _______


R/A Chairback Upgrade

$ _______


REC Chairback Upgrade

$ _______



$ _______



$ _______


Sr. Citizen/Student Winter Season Tickets $ _______


Sr. Citizen/Student Fall Season Tickets

TOTALS Booster Club Membership


Additional Dollars Purchased


Stanger Kid’s Club (#____ x $45)


*The age for senior citizens is 62+



Tax Information Sixty percent (60%) of your Mustang Booster Club donation is tax deductible. If you choose to decline any benefits, your tax benefit will increase accordingly.

• Drawstring Bag • Cost = $45.00 • Membership Card • Cap per family – 3 kids • Name on Website • Grade Level – 6th grade and under • Birthday Card • Newsletter – 3 per year • Free admission to all SMSU Athletic events • Chance to win a team-autographed men’s or women’s basketball presented at half-time of a Mustang Basketball Game.

Since the Mustang Booster Club operates within the SMSU Foundation, gifts to the Mustang Booster Club are tax deductible to the full extent of the law. The SMSU Foundation is recognized by the Internal Revenue Service as a 501(c)(3) organization and its tax exempt number is 23-7108470.



PERSONAL INFORMATION Name____________________________________________________ (as listed in program)

Stanger Kids & birthdate(s) __________________________________



FOOTBALL - Cory Sauter


GOLF - Ross Webskowski

Address __________________________________________________

SOCCER - T.J. Buchholz

City _____________________________________________________

SOFTBALL - Missy Bruggeman

State ________________________________ Zip_________________

TENNIS - Charlie Kost VOLLEYBALL - Terry Culhane

Phone ___________________________________________________

WRESTLING - Jesse Nelson

Email(s) __________________________________________________ PAYMENT OPTIONS

❑ Check Enclosed (Payable to: Mustang Booster Club)

❑ Monthly Bank Transfer (call 537-6256 for details)

❑ Pledge $__________________ Bill me on: _____/_____/_____

❑ Charge my Credit Card: ❑ Visa ❑ Mastercard ❑ AMEX ❑ Discover Credit Card Number: ____________________________________ Expiration Date: _________________________________________ Signature: ______________________________________________ THANK YOU FOR YOUR GIFT! Matching Gift Plan:

❑ This gift will be matched by my employer. Company Name: ________________________________________ Please check your employer’s matching gift requirements since some companies do not match gifts to athletes.

SMSU Payroll Deduction:

❑ I authorize my employer, SMSU, to deduct from my earnings my contribution to become a member of the Mustang Booster Club. Salary deduction will begin during the 2011-2012 school year.

Signature: ______________________________________________ Date: __________________________________________________

Mission of the Mustang Booster Club The Mustang Booster Club is an organization dedicated to supporting, promoting and advancing SMSU athletics. The objectives of the Mustang Booster Club are: • To provide scholarship dollars for SMSU athletics. • To enhance the profile and visibility of the SMSU athletic program, its teams, and its student-athletes. • To expand the level and scope of support for the SMSU athletic program among the community and alumni. • To strengthen and establish positive relations with the community and alumni in support of SMSU athletics.


Tim Steinbach, Executive Director

Joe Andries

Mike Struve

Sandy Culhane

Bill Toulouse

Brian Gruhot

Karen VanKeulen

Shelli Hawkinson

Aaron Ziemer

Linda Saugstad

SPECIAL EVENT SCHEDULE August 17-18 September 15 September 22 October 6 January 26 February 9 February 22

6th Annual SMSU Smokefest / Booster Club Kickoff Picnic 6th Annual Ag Bowl Ag Bowl Scholarship Challenge Mustang Shootout SMSU Homecoming / Mustang Stampede Hall of Honor Hawaiian Night WBCA Pink Zone Gold Rush Raffle


2012 Athletic Viewbook  

2012 Southwest Minnesota State University's overview of the Athletic Progra.