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Mesa students named to UW-Stout football team

Posted 9/27/21

Two Mesa students from Red Mountain High School have been named to the University of Wisconsin-Stout 2021 football team.

They are:

Cannon Griner, sophomore, to major in construction, playing …

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Mesa students named to UW-Stout football team

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Two Mesa students from Red Mountain High School have been named to the University of Wisconsin-Stout 2021 football team.

They are:

  • Cannon Griner, sophomore, to major in construction, playing safety; and
  • Mack Klafter, sophomore, to major in mechanical engineering, playing outside linebacker.

The head coach is Clayt Birmingham, who is in his 12th year at UW-Stout.

To learn more about the team, go to stoutbluedevils.com/sports/football.

UW-Stout, Wisconsin’s Polytechnic University, has 47 undergraduate majors and 24 graduate programs, including one doctoral degree. UW-Stout, established in 1891, prides itself on the success of its students in the workplace, with an employment rate above 98% for recent graduates.

UW-Stout is Wisconsin’s Polytechnic University, with a focus on applied learning, collaboration with business and industry, and career outcomes.

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