Miss Nebraska Teen USA

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The Miss Nebraska Teen USA competition is the pageant that selects the representative for the state of Nebraska in the Miss Teen USA pageant. This pageant has been directed by Vanbros since 2002.

Nebraska has had only two placements at Miss Teen USA. They were the second-to-last state to make their first placement, which came in 2004, when Meagan Winings made the semi-finals.

Results summary[edit]

Placements[edit]

Awards[edit]

  • Honorable Mention: Brieanne Bogart (2002)
  • Miss Congeniality: Jasmine Fuelberth (2013)

Winners[edit]

Year Name Hometown Age1 Placement at Miss Teen USA Special awards at Miss Teen USA Notes
2014 Savannah Rave Omaha 18
2013 Jasmine Fuelberth Norfolk 16 Miss Congeniality
2012 Sarah Summers Omaha 18 Previously Nebraska's National American Miss Junior Teen 2010; and National American Miss Junior Teen 2010
2011 Madison Novak Lincoln 17
2010 Amanda Soltero Columbus
2009 Sarah Hollins Omaha 19
2008 Melissa DeJong David City 17
2007 Lauren Clabaugh Omaha 16
2006 Danielle Zuroski Ralston 18 Top 15
2005 Kelsy Brown Wood River 17
2004 Meagan Winings Atkinson 18 Top 10 First Miss Nebraska Teen USA to ever make the semifinals at the national pageant; Later Miss Nebraska USA 2009
2003 Leighann Thagard Omaha 17
2002 Brieanne Bogart Omaha 17 Honorable Mention
2001 Heidi Lammli Stanton 16
2000 Amy Weigert Grand Island 17
1999 Kiley Kempcke Blair 18
1998 Lori Andersen Blair 18
1997 Natasha Fisher Arapahoe 17
1996 Mandy Groff Omaha 17
1995 Marlo McVea Omaha
1994 Elizabeth Schmitz Omaha
1993 Lauriette Logan Omaha
1992 Marney Monson[1] Wallace
1991 Erin Mouther Omaha
1990 Shauna Redfern
1989 Melissa Jennings Hastings
1988 Pamela Brown Omaha
1987 Susan Weikel Elkhorn
1986 Elizabeth Beshay Omaha
1985 Tina Farmer Omaha
1984 Cyndi Freymuller Blair
1983 Jackie Kuenning Lincoln

1 Age at the time of the Miss Teen USA pageant

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Marney Monson To Represent State". The Omaha World-Herald. 1991-11-26. 

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