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Conrad’s Brooke Mycke joins Providence women’s wrestling

Posted at 4:16 PM, Jan 23, 2019
Brooke Mycke (Courtesy: Argo Athletics)

(UP Argos Athletics Release)

GREAT FALLS – Argo women’s wrestling coach Carlene Sluberski announced her first signee since taking the helm of the program on Wednesday as she inked former Conrad High School Cowgirl and Great Falls College MSU transfer, Brooke Mycke.

Mycke, a native of Conrad, Montana, was a four-sport and nine-time letter winner throughout high school, competing in volleyball, basketball, softball, and swimming. Mycke’s many athletic accomplishments as a Cowgirl include, being a two-time state softball champion, All-Conference volleyball recipient, volleyball captain, volleyball team Defensive Player of the Year, basketball team captain, basketball team Cowgirl award recipient, two-time state champion in swimming, and being a three-time team state championships participant. On the mat, Mycke wrestled with the Conrad Wrestling Club. She has experience with all three styles of wrestling, including folkstyle, freestyle, and Greco.

In the classroom, Mycke was a member of the National Honor Society, while also being honored as Academic All-State every year of her high school career, nine seasons in all. At Great Falls College MSU, Mycke maintained a perfect 4.0 GPA.

Mycke has been involved with wrestling her entire life. “I am very excited to be part of the University of Providence women’s wrestling program and the opportunity to contribute and help build a young program into an elite and respected program,” expressed Mycke. “I am also excited to promote women’s wrestling and foster excitement with young women through the state of Montana.”

“Brooke is a high-achiever in the classroom and will bring that same level of excellence to our wrestling room with her competitive attitude and athleticism,” said Coach Sluberski. “Our goal is to create a culture of excellence through hard work and discipline and I believe we are bringing in the best fit athletes to attain our goals.”