MSU-Northern Alumni Association
Cowan Hall 307
Robert Adams was a member of the Northern Montana College (NMC) men's basketball team during the '46-'47 and '47-'48 seasons. He was named an All-Frontier Conference player both years and later coached division winning high school teams in both Chester and Superior, Montana. He then received his bachelor's degree in Secondary Education with a business minor from the University of Montana and worked for Conoco for 24 years, where he was ranked in the top 5% of the company's employees. He earned the position of District Manager, supervising marketing in eight western states. He enjoyed golf, and over the years taught many of his co-workers how to ski and snowmobile.
Keith Evenson graduated from NMC in 1967 where he was a member of the 1967 men's golf team that went undefeated in Frontier Conference play and lost only two matches the whole season, taking the Frontier Conference golf crown. The team earned their way to the national tournament in often took individual honors at meets throughout that season. He has since been active in the Havre golf community, establishing a golf program at Havre Middle School and serving as the coach for 12 years. He is now the varsity golf coach at Havre High School, a position he has held for the past four seasons. Evenson is also a past winner of the Havre City golf championship and a past president of the Beaver Creek Men's Golf Association.
Dick Scharfe graduated from NMC in 1967 where he was a member of the 1967 men's golf >team. Scharfe led this all-star team to the Frontier Conference Golf Crown his senior year by winning the Frontier Conference individual title. He then joined the team as they went on to represent Montana at the NAIA National Tournament in Iowa later that year. Scharfe has worked in private accounting for Potlatch Forests, Inc. and in public accounting. He opened his own practice in 1990, and has continued to be active in the Havre golf community as a member of the Havre Men's Golf Association. He also helped to organize the Havre Girls' Softball Association and served on their board of directors.
Nadine (Sneed) Clarke graduated from Northern in 1984 where she led the Skylight's to their first ever Frontier Conference Championship and twice drew first team Frontier Conference honors. After graduation she taught and coached successful volleyball and basketball teams in Harlem, Montana and Douglas, Wyoming before receiving her master's degree in Exercise Science from University of Denver. She then managed Pacific Bell's Corporate Wellness program in Southern California for eight years, during which time the wellness program won several awards for excellence. Since November 1998, she has been employed by Pacific Telesis Group as a Staffing Consultant.
Marv Sunderland graduated from NMC in 1967 where he was an All-Frontier Conference football player who has since gone on to make a name for himself in the world of NFL football. He signed with both the New Orleans Saints and the Calgary Stampeders but did not play for either team, opting instead to teach and coach. From 1967-70 he coached football at Chinook and Hardin High Schools in Montana, before becoming a coach and scout for North Dakota State University. From there he became a scout for the New England Patriots and then served as head scout for the New York Jets for 20 years. He was named one of the top ten scouts in the NFL and in 1998 became Player Personnel Director for the New York Giants.