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Midland University Athletics

At Midland University we believe sports help students learn lasting life lessons and build rich character. With 31 varsity sports, Midland is home to the largest athletic department in Nebraska. We value our athletic teams so much that we have dedicated an entire website to our Warrior teams and student-athletes.  Check out for score updates, features, schedules and all of the latest in Warrior Athletics. Click the sport you’re interested in below to learn more about how you can be a Midland University Warrior.

Women's Lacrosse

Midland University Women’s Lacrosse was added as a varsity sport in 2011. The Warriors travel the country to compete against the nation’s top teams and are an associate member the KCAC. Women’s lacrosse is currently in its third year of “Invitational Status” at the NAIA championship level. Midland offers significant scholarships for women’s lacrosse athletes.

Head Women's Lacrosse Coach: Malia Shimabukuro

Women's Shotgun Sports

Midland University Women’s Shotgun Sports was added in 2013. In 2016 the Warriors took second place at the ACUI National Championships, and won the Division 2 National Championship in 2017. Student-athletes train and compete under four-time Olympian and former U.S. Olympic Coach Bret Erickson. The program specializes in trap and competes in sporting clays, skeet, and five stand.

Head Women's Shotgun Sports Coach Bret Erickson

Women's Soccer

Midland University Women’s Soccer has reached the GPAC Conference Postseason Tournament’s Semifinal Match in four of the last five seasons. With winning records in eight of the last 10 seasons, Lady Warrior soccer is known as a consistent GPAC contender. The 2016 squad set program records to goals and total points. There plenty scholarships available for those looking to play collegiately.

Head Women's Soccer Coach Greg Jarosik

Women's Swimming

Midland University announced the addition of varsity swimming for its inaugural season in 2017-18. The Warriors will practice and compete in the Dillon Family Aquatic Center which is slated to open in January 2018 in Fremont, as part of the nation’s largest YMCA facility. Midland will compete as an associate member of the Mid-South Conference. 

Coach Ryan Bubb

Women's Tennis

Midland University Women’s Tennis competes and practices at the nation’s second largest YMCA in Fremont, Nebraska. The Lady Warriors’ nine wins in 2016-17 were the most in over a decade. There are significant women’s tennis scholarships available at Midland University for students looking to play collegiate tennis.

Head Women's Tennis Coach John Steinke

Women's Track and Field

Midland University Women’s Track and Field competes in the NAIA’s Great Plains Athletic Conference. Warrior Track and Field athletes compete in some of the region’s top meets, and there are substantial track and field scholarships for student-athletes interested in collegiate track and field.

Director of Track and Field Mark Kostek

Women's Wrestling

Midland University Women’s Wrestling was added as a varsity sport in 2011. Warrior Women’s Wrestling finished in the top ten at the Women’s Collegiate Wrestling Association’s National Championships in two of the past four seasons. There are significant women’s wrestling scholarships for student-athletes interested in collegiate women’s wrestling.

Head Coach Matt Atwood