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Alumni Spotlight - Robyn (Fennig) Wiseman

This month's Alumni Spotlight features Robyn (Fennig) Wiseman! See what she has been up to since graduation and all the awesome things she is doing for the State of Wisconsin and in the Ultimate Frisbee world. 

Robyn (Fennig) Wiseman, Class of 2005


1. What activities, clubs, or organizations were you involved in during high school?

Volleyball, Basketball, Softball, French Club, French National Honor Society, National Honor Society, Math Club

2. What were you best known for in high school?

Probably best known for athletics

3. What have you been up to since graduation? 

I attended UW-Eau Claire and graduated in 2010 with a degree in Economics, and minor in History, Math, and International Relations. I pursued an MS in Urban and Regional Planning (Land Use Law and Environmental Planning emphasis) from the University of Iowa, graduating in 2012. After grad school, I began working at Wisconsin Emergency Management in the State Department of Military Affairs in Madison, WI. At WEM, I manage disaster recovery grants and projects throughout Wisconsin through the FEMA Public Assistance program, which replaces and repairs damaged publicly-owned facilities, equipment, and roads as the State Public Assistance Officer. 

In terms of athletics, I started playing ultimate frisbee in college and have been playing at the national and international levels on various teams since. During college, I earned all-region honors from USA Ultimate and was selected as the runner-up in the nationwide college MVP award. Since I moved to Madison in 2012, I started a women's ultimate club team in Madison (called Heist), which has consistently placed in the top 12 in the country (and 2nd at the Pan American Championships in Mexico in 2015!), and won a gold medal in Lecco, Italy at the World Championships in 2014. In January, I was selected to compete with the US National Team for the upcoming World Championships in London, UK. I also coach the women's club team at the University of Wisconsin and the U19 Mixed Youth team in Madison, WI. 

Here's a link to our season highlights from last season:

4. In what ways are you impacting your community or making an impact in your field of work?

My job at WEM is very rewarding; I get to work with communities of different sizes and locations throughout the state to build disaster-resistant infrastructure and recover from disaster events. Wisconsin sees flooding, straight-line wind events, and other natural hazards every year. The opportunity to repair and mitigate future damages contributes to the lives of Wisconsinites in an important way; my goal is to ensure that people have safe communities and can live normal, happy lives. 

I also coordinate our state's interstate mutual aid program through the Emergency Management Assistance Compact. EMAC allows us to share resources and personnel with other states in an efficient way, to help other states and communities recover from disasters. Wisconsin has offered to assist with wildfires out west, flood recovery in Colorado, snowstorms on the East Coast; we have great local and state assets to help others. Should we ever need assistance in Wisconsin, I would help coordinate those aid packages 

Outside of work, I remain active in the Ultimate Frisbee community. I continue to play, coach, and serve on various committees to help grow the sport. Ultimate is self-officiated at the highest levels of play, which is completely unlike any other field sport out there. It really emphasizes integrity, respect of your opponents, and engaging in conflict resolution at the individual level. It is one of the reasons I love coaching young women and teenagers. It helps empower young players to learn these important skills and become better people on and off the field.

Being selected on the National Mixed team alongside the best athletes around the country is such an honor. Between all of my job-related and other ultimate-related commitments, it is difficult to find ample time to train and prepare, but it is very worth it. I can't wait to take the field with my teammates in London. 

5. Any additional comments you would like to make to old classmates or the Warrior Nation community: 

I am thankful for the opportunities I had at MHS, both academically and athletically. It makes me happy to come home to visit and know that students keep having those opportunities. Because I had the opportunity to join a variety of clubs, try different things, and expand my world view, I felt brave enough to try an entirely new sport and be exposed to an incredible community of athletes around the world. Ultimate has connected me to players in Bulgaria, Austria, Colombia, Dominican Republic, as well as across the country.



Robyn_(Fennig)_Wiseman.jpg 2005 Senior Class Photo






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LeRoy Butler Speaks at BLMS

Butler v Bullying


On Monday, May 23, 2016, LeRoy Butler spoke at Bay Lane Middle School about anti-bullying and self-esteem. The retired Packers great, and inventor of the Lambeau Leap, speaks at different schools and churches to share his story and encourage students to stop bullying and hopes to inspire students who are victims of bullying.

Check out the Journal Sentinel article here for more details.


A big thanks to LeRoy Butler for his message, impacting future MHS WARRIORS and creating a safer, more inclusive school environment!




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Alumni Spotlight - Bryan Kubel

Alumni Spotlights feature MHS Alumni who have been nominated by others for the work they are doing or how they impact their community. Warrior Nation's third Alumni Spotlight is for Bryan Kubel! Bryan recently received his university's top award, so Warrior Nation checked in with Bryan to see what he has been up to throughout his college years and what is next for him.


Bryan Kubel, Class of 2012


1. What activities, clubs, or organizations were you involved with during high school?

  • Senior Class President
  • Junior Class Vice President
  • Student Council
  • M Club/"Warrior Update" morning announcements
  • National Honor Society
  • Mu Alpha Theta Math Honor Society
  • Warrior's Word Newspaper
  • Tennis
  • Volleyball


2. What were you best known for in high school?

I was also known for being the voice of MHS by starting the Warrior Update Monday morning announcements during my sophomore year and continuing them until graduation. People would always come up to me and say "Good Morning, Warriors!" Also, I think I was known for being a passionate leader and intelligent individual but an even better friend to everyone I knew. Also, I was known for telling bad jokes.

3. What have you been up to since graduation?

After I graduated from Muskego High School, I attended Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana on a Honors Distinction Scholarship for full tuition. At Ball State, I got involved in our Student Government Association and over the course of my college career, I served as a Student Senator, President Pro-Tempore, Student Body Vice-President, and the Secretary of Justice. Additionally, I joined Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity and served as our social media director and webmaster. At Ball State, I was also a freshman orientation leader, welcome week leader, mentor for the Cardinal Leadership and Service Seminar, an Honors College Student Mentor, and a member of the Order of Omega Greek Honor Society. Because of my dedication to my organizations and university, I was honored to receive the James Marine Outstanding Junior Award in 2015 and the John R. Emens Outstanding Senior Award this year, which is considered to be the most prestigious award a student can receive at Ball State. I graduated cum laude from Ball State on May 7th with a Bachelor of Science in Marketing and will be returning to Milwaukee to start a sales and marketing position with Competitive Edge Software in June!

4. In what ways are you impacting your community or making an impact in your field of work?

One of the ways that I made a lasting mark on the Ball State community was founding the Cardinal Project. The Cardinal Project is a new Ball State "tradition" where students can go onto the football field after the first home game and take a picture with the cardinal logo in the center of the field. The second Cardinal Project will be taking place this fall! I can't wait to see this initiative get bigger and bigger every year. Now that I am a college graduate, I can't wait to start putting my skills to good use and help continue the success of my future employer.

5. Any additional comments you would like to make to old classmates or the Warrior Nation community.

Good luck to all my fellow members of the Muskego High School Class of 2012 as you all wrap up your undergraduate careers at your respective universities! I know you all will continue to do great things as you either enter the workforce and/or continue your education. 




Bryan's Senior Class Picture from 2012


Bryan holding his Outstanding Senior Award for Ball State University at his graduation on Saturday, May 7th. 

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MHS Seniors Win Gold at International Olympiad

On Saturday evening, April 30, 2016, Muskego High School Seniors, Carlee Blomdahl and Lucas Metcalf had a penultimate educational experience; they heard their names called as Gold Medal winners at the International Sustainable World (Energy, Engineering & Environment) Project Olympiad, (I-SWEEEP) in Houston, Texas. They were chosen as one of the top environmental engineering teams among over four hundred other high school projects from around the world.  Carlee and Lucas presented their Engineering Design and Development capstone project, ‘A Device to Filter Mercury from Rivers,’ which they have been researching and developing since October of 2015.

“Getting this award was a surreal experience,” Lucas said. “When they were giving out the bronze awards I had to tell Carlee to stop holding her breath,” Lucas recalled, “when they had finished giving out the silver awards, we thought that was it for us. We never imagined that we would win gold.”

The team was extremely surprised when their names were called; Lucas and Carlee’s project was among a number of other impressive projects that seemed to have a lot of data to back up the work. Carlee and Lucas spoke with six or seven judges during the judging portion of the event, and during the public day were visited by large numbers of students from Houston Public Schools that came to see the fair.

Carlee and Lucas also had some fun during I-SWEEEP; they met people from around the United States and the world, making friends with students from Hawaii, Thailand, Hong Kong, China, South Korea, Brazil, Vietnam, and the Philippines.  As part of the cultural exchange, the students trade gifts – Carlee and Lucas 3-D printed pieces of cheese. In exchange they received national flags, beads, lei, key chains, and national pins. “I have so many pins on my lanyard!” Carlee said. For Lucas, the most memorable part was getting a chance to handle animals from around the world like a kangaroo, a chinchilla, and lemurs.

Both Lucas and Carlee found it exciting to be in close proximity to other interesting people their age who are solving relevant problems in their own countries. “It made me realize that I really want to pursue a career that allows me to make the world a better place,” said Carlee.  Lucas encourages others to work hard to find the answers to questions. “Make up your mind to make a difference in the world.”

Lucas and Carlee will share their presentation, along with other engineering students, on Thursday, May 12, in the Muskego High School Library. Two viewing sessions will be available: lunch time from 11:15 am to 12:30 pm and in the evening from 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm. All are welcome to come see the future of engineering.




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