Welcome to the OU Club of Wichita
Fostering the spirit of The University of Oklahoma among its alumni and fans in the Wichita area.
OU Club of Wichita holds first WATCH PARTY for the 2018-19 season
Join us for the 11 am kick-off at Deano’s in Wichita.
Great food, door prizes and your chance to win cash with the Boomer Bucket. Bring an extra $5. Drop it in the bucket. Near the end of the game, we’ll draw a winning name form the bucket and split the cash. You must be present to win. The other half of the cash goes to the scholarship fund.
Three Wichita-area students have been awarded a scholarship from the OU Club of Wichita for the 2018-19 school year.
Gracyn Reynolds – Derby High School
Gracyn, a National Honor Society Member, served as Volleyball Team Captain, attended Chick-Fil-A Leadership Academy, and served as new student Ambassador at Derby High School. She will be the first in her family to attend the University of Oklahoma. Amidst her collegiate studies and hard work, she looks forward to having attending OU football games this fall.
Parents: Craig and Kristin Reynolds
“Leadership experiences help build a solid foundation to one’s character and success in life. I know the Sooners are dedicated and exceptional people, and I hope to keep this expectation alive by becoming a leader in my new community.”
Academic Major: Biomedical Engineering to prepare for Medical School.
Jordan Renard – Derby High School
Parents: Amber & Daniel Finneran and Christopher & Shamra Renard
Jordan, a National Honors Society Member, played with the Derby High School Varsity football and helped his team to earn two state titles. He also served as Vice President of the Future Business Leaders of America. Jordan loves to read and watch movies. Looking forward to his OU, he plans to play intramural athletics and states he is looking forward to his first ever college football game watching one of the best teams in the nation – the Sooners!
“Accounting is not always about spreadsheets or Excel documents, but that it can also involve you going out and interacting with your clients, helping them make better financial decisions, reducing their expenses, and making sure they too are people and not just pieces of paper.”
Academic Major: Accounting
Vivian Nguyen – Kapaun Mount Carmel
Vivian, a National Honor Society member who graduated Cum Laude, served as Student Ambassador, Secretary of Cultural Diversity and Community Club, Treasurer, Lead Tutor, and Volunteered at Via Christi St. Joseph! At OU she plans to pursue the Pre-Med track majoring in Biology. She will rush in a couple of weeks and is excited to explore Norman and call it her home.
A true leader means that you have to keep others in mind. It cannot be about you or your wants. It has to be for the good of others.”
Parents: Johnny and Hannah Nguyen
Academic Major: Undetermined
In the past ten years, the OU Club of Wichita has awarded 42 scholarships valued at $87,400. Half of those scholarships are from the club’s treasury, the other half represents a match from the university.
The OU Club of Wichita’s 2nd Sooner Send-Off Party will take place Saturday, July 28, from 1:30 – 3:00 at Deano’s Grill and Tapworks. 15 Wichita area high school seniors, along with their families, have been invited to meet Sooner fans for a special send-off as they begin their careers at OU.
The event is free and Deano’s will be providing some appetizers and the club will provide door prizes.
- Powers, Murray Named Sporting News All-Americans December 11, 2018Powers, Murray Named Sporting News All-Americans
- OU Signs Two for 2019-20 Season December 11, 2018OU Signs Two for 2019-20 Season
- Murray, Powers, Brown Named FWAA All-Americans December 10, 2018Kyler Murray and Ben Powers were named first-team All-Americans and wide receiver Marquise Brown earned second-team All-America honors by the Football Writers Association of America.
- Demas Earns Big 12 Wrestler of the Week Honors December 10, 2018Demas Earns Big 12 Wrestler of the Week Honors
- Four Sooners Earn AP All-America Honors December 10, 2018Kyler Murray and Marquise Brown were named first-team All-Americans by the Associated Press on Monday. Additionally,Dru Samia was a second-team selection and Cody Ford earned third-team honors.