|Title:||Associate AD for Administration/SWA|
|College:||Missouri Southern '01|
Julie Wengert was named Compliance Coordinator at Missouri Southern in January of 2003 and since has been named the Associate Athletic Director for Administration, after serving for three years as the Assistant Athletic Director for Compliance since 2008.
At Southern, Wengert serves as the Senior Women's Administrator for the athletic department, while also serving as the school's compliance coordinator. As part of the Athletic Department's senior staff, Wengert also oversee's the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee, as well as serving as the sport supervisor for volleyball and men's and women's track and field.
Wengert serves on the NCAA Eligibility Center Advisory Group and was selected as a 2012 Pathways participant. She continues to serve on the MIAA Legislation and Handbook Committee and was a member of the NCAA Division II National Tennis Committee from 2006-09, serving as the chair of the North Central Region.
A former standout for the Lions tennis team, she served from August 2001 until March 2003 as the squad's head coach.
A native of Parsons, Kan., Wengert had a stellar career for the Southern tennis team, lettering at No. 1 and No. 2 singles and at No. 1 doubles all four years. She was a three-time Academic All-MIAA and MIAA Commissioner's Academic Honor Roll selection. Wengert won back-to-back No. 1 doubles championships in the conference tournament as a sophomore and a junior and was an integral part of the Lions' MIAA championship run her sophomore year.
Wengert graduated magna cum laude from MSSU in May 2001 with a degree in elementary education. She earned her masters in Athletics Administration from William Woods University in 2007. Formerly Julie Posch, she is married to former Lion baseball player Jonathan Wengert and the couple welcomed their first child, Jocelyn, in March of 2007.