Glagow Record-Breaker Signs to Play Women's Basketball at MVC

Posted March 21, 2014

Marshall, Mo. (March 21, 2014)-  Glasgow, Mo., native Nikki Fuemmeler has signed to play women’s basketball at Missouri Valley College beginning with the 2014-2015 season.


Fuemmeler, from Glasgow High School, has been a member of the girl’s basketball team.  Through her career, Fuemmeler has scored 1378 points and grabbed 1102 rebounds.  She was named the Central Activities Conference MVP following the 2013-2014 season and was named to the all-state team following her junior season.  In addition to basketball, Fuemmeler has been active in softball, track and field and cross country.


“I am very excited about Nikki coming to play for us at Missouri Valley,” says Head Women’s Basketball Coach Justin Rees.  “Nikki has shown the ability to be the type of player that can help our program continue to improve, and go in the direction we want it to go in the future.


The MVC women’s basketball team is led by Head Coach Justin Rees, who recently wrapped up his first season with the program.  Coach Rees led MVC to a 19-13 overall record and 10-8 mark in Heart of America Athletic Conference play, along with an appearance in the HAAC Postseason Tournament semifinals.  The 19-wins was the most for the program in nearly a decade.


Fuemmeler is undecided in her major and is the daughter of Alan & Deb Fuemmeler of Glasgow, Mo.




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opportunities to grow in mind, body, and spirit. Grounded in the liberal arts, undergraduate studies empower

students to master interdisciplinary skills needed to succeed in a knowledge‐based global society. MVC offers over

40 academic programs, study abroad program, extracurricular activities, and 13 sports. The most popular majors

include education and business, and the newest majors are nursing, graphic design, dance, and hospitality/tourism

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