Texas Tech Masked Rider Program
2019-2020 Masked Rider
Emily Brodbeck, a graduate student in the College of Agricultural Sciences & Natural Resources, will serve as the 58th Masked Rider for the 2019-20 academic year.
Picture taken by Texas Tech Office of Communications & Marketing
Follow the Masked Rider Program
- Wells Fargo Leadership Scholarship
- On-Campus Meal Plan
- Paid Uniforms & Accessories
- Out of State Tuition Waiver
- Paid Travel Expenses
- Academic Tutoring
- Big 12 Conference Experiences
- Supportive Alumni
News & Highlights
- Cody Returns to Masked Rider Program
- Official Mascot of Texas Tech University
- Attend over 350 public appearances
- Travels over 15,000 miles per year
- Associated Press 9th Best College Mascot
- From Lubbock, TX
- Tech's 58th student to serve
- Graduate Student
Celebrating 65 Years
"No team in any bowl game ever made a more sensational entrance." - Ed Danforth, Atlanta Journal, Gator Bowl, January 1, 1954.
Schedule an Appearance
Schedule the Masked Rider to attend your event. Appearance Requests must be made at least 14 days in advanced of event date.
Wells Fargo serves as the offical sponsor of the Masked Rider Program. In 1995, Norwest Bank (now Wells Fargo) established the Wells Fargo Masked Rider Endowment Fund & Scholarship. Wells Fargo has contributed over $250,000 and continues to give to the Masked Rider program for operation expenses, scholarship, and program sponsorship.
Help Continue A Tradition
Donate to the Texas Tech Masked Rider Endowment Fund. This endowment fund is set up to help offset the many expenses incurred by the rider each year. Your support is greatly appreciated.
*Search: TTU Masked Rider Support Fund
Send check to:
Masked Rider Endowment
Attn: Stephanie Rhode
Center for Campus Life
Lubbock, TX 79409