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University of Wyoming Rodeo

Dept. 3354, 1000 E. University Avenue

Laramie, WY 82071

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Beau Clark, Rodeo Coach

Animal Science/Molecular Biology Complex - Room 121

Phone: (406) 579-8418

Fax: (307) 766-4030

Email: bclark25@uwyo.edu

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Coaches

2021 Rodeo Coaches - Beau Clark, Casey Remler, Tyler Corrington
University of Wyoming Rodeo Coaches (left to right): Beau Clark, Casey Rae Reimler, and Tyler Corrington

 
Head Coach
Beau Clark
(307) 766-2244 | bclark25@uwyo.edu

Women's Coach
Casey Rae Reimler
(307) 766-3140 | creimler@uwyo.edu

Rough Stock Coach
Tyler Corrington
(307) 766-2244 | tcorring@uwyo.edu

 

 


Beau Clark

Beau ClarkBeau Clark enters his fourth year as the University of Wyoming rodeo team head coach. The UW program has traditionally embraced a successful rodeo program. The tradition of winning in the classroom and arena continues today under Coach Clark.

“The University of Wyoming rodeo program is rich in terms of tradition, success and storied history. It is exciting to be the head coach at the University of Wyoming because UW rodeo has been a program for so many student athletes who graduated from the University of Wyoming and followed their passions to become successful in businesses, agriculture, art, science, health professions, education, engineering, law, as well as professional rodeo,” Clark says. “This is one of the unique rodeo programs across the country that has the ability to help students maximize their potential in rodeo, and also as career and life passions.”

Clark has experienced success in rodeo himself as a professional steer wrestler and college rodeo coach. In 2012, he qualified as a steer wrestler for the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas. He also has won steer wrestling circuit titles in both the Montana Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) Circuit and the Mountain States PRCA Circuit. Clark is a Three-time qualifier for the Dodge National Finals rodeo and has placed at every major PRCA rodeo across the country.

“I have always enjoyed competing and practicing for all sports. As long as I can remember, I have had a sport or competition to practice and prepare for. My love of competition is partially driven by the feelings and energy of competition,” he says. “What really fuels my desire to compete, comes from the satisfaction of preparation and hard work. I think for someone to be successful at anything, you have to learn how to enjoy challenge, adversity, work and all the stuff we go through to compete at a high level. I am one of the people who truly enjoys ‘the process’ and everything that comes with a commitment to our personal best effort.”

Clark is married to Charli Mae Clark; the couple have two children, Caysen and Kyler Clark.

“Charli comes from a rodeo family and she shares a passion for the sport of rodeo. Almost all of our entire family is involved with rodeo or athletics of some sort. It means a lot to our family to have the opportunity to help young people maximize their potential for the sport of rodeo at the University of Wyoming,” Clark says. “Our family is proud to be members of the Laramie, Wyo., community. Laramie is a special place that embraces family values, agriculture, rodeo and education. We are truly grateful for the opportunity to live in Laramie and be a part of an amazing community.”

Clark’s educational background is a combination of agriculture and sports psychology. He graduated from Montana State University with a bachelor’s degree in agriculture business. In 2018, Clark completed a master’s degree program from the University of Missouri in positive coaching with an emphasis in sports psychology.

“Education has greatly impacted my family and the different careers that we are all involved with today. I am a huge supporter of education because it is a key piece to success for all careers and life passions,” he says. “I am lucky to be able to have an opportunity to study ag business, positive coaching and sports psychology because all of my education continually impacts my life decisions as a father, husband, rodeo athlete and rodeo coach. I am dedicated to the promotion and encouragement for young people to explore different educational opportunities and commit to excellence within their education. I strongly believe that unique and beneficial opportunities become available to those who demonstrate a commitment for academic excellence.”

Past College Rodeo Coaching

Clark was the head coach for Laramie County Community College (LCCC) from 2016-18. During the two years he was LCCC’s head coach, the rodeo program transitioned into a competitive program for both the men’s and women’s teams.

Clark was an assistant coach for the Montana State University (MSU) rodeo program from 2013-15. Former UW rodeo athlete Mike True was the head coach who hired Clark at MSU.

“I couldn’t have asked for a better rodeo coach mentor than Mike True. Mike is still my ‘go to guy’ when I have a question about college rodeo and coaching,” Clark says. “One of the many reasons it is exciting to be at the University of Wyoming is because Mike was a rodeo student athlete and graduate of UW.”


Casey Rae Reimler

Casey Reimler roping a calfCasey Reimler’s Wyoming roots run deep. She was born and raised on a cow-calf ranch northeast of Gillette, Wyoming. She grew up on a horse surrounded by great horsemen and cowmen. Casey competed in the goat tying, team roping, barrel racing and breakaway roping from a very young age. After a successful high school rodeo career, she began her college career at Gillette College. She won the region in the goat tying her freshman year and qualified for the CNFR both her freshman and sophomore year in the goat tying, contributing to the women’s team regional championship both years, as well. After those first two years at Gillette College, she came to the University of Wyoming to continue her education. At UW, Casey qualified for the CNFR three more times in the goat tying and breakaway roping. Mid-way through her education, Coach Beau Clark got the job as head coach. His coaching style and her drive succeed meshed well. She finished her school with her master’s degree in Ruminant Nutrition.

“I hope that in my job here I can help these student athletes become the best version of themselves. I hope that they take pride in the hard work they put in to study and leave with a degree. I hope that they appreciate the value of the work that they put in as a rodeo competitor. There’s so much to get out of rodeo that isn’t results based.”

Casey is married to Casey Wayne Sellers. Today, she pours her efforts primarily into barrel racing and breakaway roping. She often deflects to her roots in coaching, falling back on basic fundamentals and horsemanship. As a Wyoming girl from the very beginning, Casey could not be happier to be a part of the University of Wyoming rodeo team.


Tyler Corrington

Tyler Corrington riding a saddle broncTyler Corrington was born in Hastings, Minnesota. He comes from good stock, as his father won the Great Lakes Circuit championship in saddle bronc riding three times. Growing up though, he didn’t have plans to be a rodeo cowboy. Tyler spent his time playing football and wrestling as a boy, but fate had other plans. While on a family vacation in Cheyenne, Wyoming his family stumbled upon a bronc saddle. It was a deal they couldn’t pass up, so the saddle was bought, and the bronc rider was born. Tyler competed in high school rodeo and left for college to attend Fort Scott Community College in Kansas. He quickly got his PRCA card and made his mark on the pro circuit. He was the Rookie of the year in 2006. In 2011 he made the NFR for the first time, followed by qualifications in 2013 and 2014. Meanwhile, he made the Canadian Finals Rodeo in 2012-2014. In 2012 he was the saddle bronc riding average champion and in 2014 he was crowned the Canadian Finals Rodeo saddle bronc champion. Tyler has a laid-back personality, living by “less is more”. Don’t complicate something that can be simple! When he’s not coaching, he enjoys downhill skiing, golfing, and woodworking.

Contact Us

University of Wyoming Rodeo

Dept. 3354, 1000 E. University Avenue

Laramie, WY 82071

-----------------------------------

Beau Clark, Rodeo Coach

Animal Science/Molecular Biology Complex - Room 121

Phone: (406) 579-8418

Fax: (307) 766-4030

Email: bclark25@uwyo.edu

Find us on Facebook (Link opens a new window)

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