Paula Chenoweth was a four-year starter for the MUM women's basketball team and later served as an assistant coach for the MUM women for two years.
She was voted ORCC honorable mention in 1981 and 1982 and 2nd team all-ORCC in 1984. Paula led the team in assists all four years and was the all-time assist leader upon the completion of her career.
She currently ranks 3rd all-time in assists and 5th all-time in steals. Paula received the Warrior Award following the 1983 season. She received her Associate Degree in Computer Technology from Miami University and later completed her Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science at Wilmington College.
Todd Kinder was a four-year member of the men's tennis team. He helped lead them to ORCC Championships in 1980, 1981, and 1982 and Ohio Regional Campus State Championships in the same years.
Todd won three individual conference championships and was runner-up once. He was the ORC State runner-up twice and captured an individual state championship in doubles in 1983.
Todd graduated from Miami with a Bachelor's Degree in business in 1983. He met his wife, Libby while attending MUM and they will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary in May. Todd and Libby have two sons, Tyler and Jake who have both attended the Middletown Campus. Jake will compete on the MUM golf team this spring.
Anna Smith Moore
Anna Smith Moore was a three-year member of the women's basketball team during which the MUM women won two ORC State Championships and one conference championship. Anna was voted first team all-ORCC in 1989 and second team in 1988 and 1990. She was also voted to the all-tournament team in 1988 and 1990.
Anna received the Warrior Award in 1988 following her freshmen season and was the C. Eugene Bennett Scholar-Athlete of the Year in 1989-90. She still holds numerous individual records including Highest Career FG% (50.2%), most rebounds in a season (277), and career (720). She also has the highest rebounding average for a season (12.0) and career (11.1).
Anna resides in Gratis with her husband, Mark, and three children Mark Jr., Adrianna, and Austin.
Eugene Spicer was a first-team all-conference point guard for MUM men's basketball and helped capture the first-ever ORCC Championship. The team finished with 21 wins and only 3 losses and was runners-up in the Regional Campus State Tournament. Gene set the record for most assists in a single game and most assists for a season. His single-game assists record of 16 still stands, 34 years later.
After graduating, Gene received his Divinity Degree and became a minister in his hometown of Richmond, IN.
Gene was elected to and served on the Board of Education in Richmond before relocating to Connersville, IN where he continued his ministry and community involvement. In 2005 he was named the Citizen of the Year by the Connersville/Fayette County Chamber of Commerce.
Gene and his wife, Angie have three children, Jason, Natasha, and Kerri, and three grandchildren, Ryanne, Jaylon, and Markel.
Kent Stevens was a three-year golfer for MUM, helping lead MUM to their first ever Ohio Regional Campus State Golf Championship in 1979 and their first conference championship in 1982. Kent's stroke average for his three-year career was just over 78. He was the Conference individual runner-up in 1979 and captured the individual title in 1982. Kent also was the ORC state runner-up in 1980.
Kent became a member of the Professional Golfers of America in 1987. He has served as a club professional at NCR in Kettering and is currently employed at Country Club of the North in Beavercreek. Kent and his wife, Linda of 15 years reside in Kettering.