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Tuesday, November 12, 2013
Wangberg Honored Again By NSAA

Katie Wangberg of Pine River received multiple honors when the 2013 North Star Athletic Association (NSAA) Volleyball awards were announced on Tuesday, November 12. 

Wangberg, a junior at Mayville State (N.D.), was named the NSAA Volleyball All-Conference First Team. She was also chosen as Setter of the Year and Newcomer of the Year. were named to the players-of-the-week. Katie was also selected as Setter of the Week several times during the season. 

Jamestown was the regular-season and postseason champion in the inaugural season with the NSAA. 

The NSAA All-Conference teams were selected by the league coaches.

 

 NSAA Volleyball First Team All-Conference 2013

 

 Name

Position

Year

School

Sarah Bekcer

Middle Hitter

Senior

Jamestown (N.D.)

Josette Glatt

Right Side

Junior

Mayville State (N.D.)

Aurissa Martens

Middle Hitter

Senior

Valley City State (N.D.)

Janna Johnson

Right Side

Junior

Jamestown (N.D.)

Katie Wangberg

Setter

Junior

Mayville State (N.D.)

Alaina Brown

Outside Hitter

Sophomore

Jamestown (N.D.)

Remington Werner

Outside Hitter

Sophomore

Mayville State (N.D.)

Caitlin Pick

Middle Hitter

Junior

Dakota State (S.D.)

 

NSAA Volleyball Second Team All-Conference 2013

 

Name

Position

Year

School

Megan Goedert

Outside Hitter

Junior

Presentation (S.D.)

Katherine Gonzalez

Libero

Junior

Dakota State (S.D.)

Kelsey Deragisch

Setter

Senior

Jamestown (N.D.)

Paige O’Connor

LIbero

Freshman

Mayville State (N.D.)

Emily Plowman

Libero

Sophomore

Valley City State (N.D.)

Kaitlin Anderson

Middle Hitter

Freshman

Jamestown (N.D.)

 

NSAA Volleyball Postseason Awards

 

Most Valuable Athlete: Sarah Becker – Jamestown (N.D.)

Most Valuable Senior: Aurissa Martens – Valley City State (N.D.)

Newcomer of the Year: Katie Wangberg – Mayville State (N.D.)

Defensive Player of the Year: Katherine Gonzalez – Dakota State (S.D.)

Setter of the Year: Katie Wangberg – Mayville State (N.D.)

Offensive Player of the Year: Sarah Becker – Jamestown (N.D.)

Coach of the Year: Lindsey Johnson – Mayville State (N.D.)

 

Posted By Kyle Gylsen
Monday, November 11, 2013
Minnesota High School Heisman Winners Announced

Two of Minnesota's finest high school athletes were awarded the Wendy's High School Heisman Award Monday. They advance to compete for the national award that celebrates their hard work, dedication in athletics, academics and community leadership.

Tim Larson of Thomas Jefferson Senior High School in Bloomington and Carly Bandt of Mounds View High School in Shoreview were chosen to represent Minnesota.

Larson and Bandt were chosen from 48,000 applicants, and were two of the 20 finalists in Minnesota. They will now compete to be one of 12 national finalists that have a chance to win the National Winner title in New York City on December 13.

If named National Finalists they will be featured during a televised ceremony on ESPN and will receive gold medals and $2,000 awards for their high schools.

The award, now in its 20th year, is awarded in conjunction with the collegiate Heisman award. One male and one female National Winner will each receive a crystal Wendy's High School Heisman trophy, a $500 Wendy's gift card, and a $10,000 donation from Wendy's to their respective high school. They will be recognized during the Heisman Trophy announcement on December 14.

The names of the 20 Minnesota finalists are listed below...

Minnesota’s Wendy’s High School Heisman Award State Finalists:

Student Name

Gender

Student High School

Hometown

Carly Bandt

Female

Mounds View High School

Shoreview

Taylor Holicky

Female

Cleveland High School

Le Sueur

Abigail Hawkinson

Female

McGregor High School

Tamarack

Sela Fadness

Female

Austin High School

Austin

Aimee Allen

Female

Mesabi East Senior High School

Gilbert

Megan Allen

Female

Grand Rapids High School

Grand Rapids

Casey Hovland

Female

North Branch High School

North Branch

Rebecca Peterson

Female

Spectrum High School

Maple Grove

Paige Erickson

Female

Minnetonka High School

Chanhassen

Maija Doran

Female

Cloquet Senior High School

Cloquet

Tim Larson

Male

Thomas Jefferson Senior High School

Bloomington

Cole Kruger

Male

Hayfield High School

Hayfield

Andrew Ajaluwa

Male

De La Salle High School

Minneapolis

Brandon Fabel

Male

Central High School

Norwood Young America

Jeffrey Schultz

Male

Winona Senior High School

Winona

Shawn Ramberg

Male

Math and Science Academy

Woodbury

Marshal Landrum

Male

Como Park Senior High School

St. Paul

Jack Dummer

Male

Edina High School

Edina

Trey Volk

Male

Blackduck High School

Blackduck

Austin Larson

Male

Elk River Area High School

Elk River

Posted By Kyle Gylsen
Monday, November 11, 2013
Wangberg Named NSAA Player Of The Week

The final North Star Athletic Association Volleyball players-of-the-week honors were announced Monday, November 11. Sarah Becker and Amanda Kramer of Jamestown (N.D.) and Katie Wangberg of Mayville State (N.D.) were named to the players-of-the-week. 

NSAA Volleyball Hitter of the Week Sarah Becker – Jamestown (N.D.) – 6’0”, Senior, middle blocker – Rochester, Minn. – Becker tallied a total of 27 kills and 5 block assists (2.5 total blocks) to guide Jamestown to their first-ever NSAA Volleyball Conference Postseason Tournament Championship. She averaged 4.5 kills per set and hit a sizzling .771 for the week (27 kills in 35 attempts). 

NSAA Volleyball Setter of the Week Katie Wangberg – Mayville State (N.D.) – 5’7”, Junior, setter – Pine River, Minn. – Wangberg averaged 8.0 set assists and 1.8 kills per set as the Comets went 1-1 for the week, including a runner-up honor in the NSAA Volleyball Conference Postseason Tournament. She accumulated 48 assists and 18 digs. Wangberg recorded a double-double in 3-0 loss to Jamestown (N.D.) in the NSAA Tournament’s championship match. 

NSAA Volleyball Libero Player of the Week Amanda Kramer – Jamestown (N.D.) – 5’5”, Junior, defensive specialist – Roseville, Minn. – Kramer led the Jimmies’ defense with 18 digs for the week as Jamestown captured the first-ever NSAA Volleyball Conference Postseason Tournament Championship. She averaged 3.0 digs per set. Kramer recorded a perfect reception rate (100 percent in 25 attempts) and a service percentage of .952 (1 service ace, 1 service error, 21 service attempts). 

Recap from last week’s action Jamestown and Mayville State each recorded a victory in the NSAA Volleyball Conference Tournament’s semifinals on Nov. 6. The Jimmies swept Dakota State (S.D.) in three straight sets by the scores of 25-12, 25-12 and 25-19. The Comets defeated the Vikings in another three straight sets semifinal victory – 25-9, 25-20 and 25-20. 

Jamestown won the inaugural North Star Athletic Association Volleyball Conference Postseason Tournament with a 3-0 sweep over Mayville State on Nov. 9. The Jimmies won by the scores of 25-18, 25-19 and 25-13.

Posted By Kyle Gylsen
Sunday, November 10, 2013
Two Former Pirates Enter Cobbers' Hall Of Fame

Teammates in both high school and college, Tammy (Krell) Anderson and Mary (Line) Sloan were also inducted into the Concordia College Athletic Hall of Fame together.

Anderson and Sloan both graduated from Verndale in 1984 and from Concordia College in Moorhead in 1988.

The former women’s track and field teammates were among the six former athletes inducted into the Athletic Hall of Fame on Saturday, October 12 during the Cobbers' annual Homecoming celebration. This year’s inductees also included men’s golfer Paul Sanderson (‘64), men’s basketball player Darwin Kreft (’76), football player Mark Heysse (’80) and baseball player Kent Kuball (’85).

Anderson earned All-American honors in track seven times and All-MIAC honors 18 times from 1985 to 1988. She competed in the NCAA National Meet in the 400-meter hurdles, high jump and 1600-meter relay, and set Cobber records in four individual and two relay events during her career. 

Sloan earned All-MIAC honors in track from 1985 to 1988, and was a seven-time All-American competing in the long jump, 400-meter run, heptathlon and the 1600-meter relay team. She was a member of the Cobber’s MIAC championship track team in 1988 and a two-year captain.

Sanderson never lost a MIAC golf match while playing for the Cobbers from 1961 to 1964. He placed third in the 1961 NAIA national tournament and also won the Resorter’s Golf Tournament in 1961.

Kreft was a two-time All-MIAC basketball player and the team's most valuable player in 1975 and 1976.

Heysse 80 was a member of three MIAC football championship teams, the 1978 national championship team, and was the all-conference and second team All-American in 1980.

Kuball was a four-year letter winner in baseball and a member of the All-MIAC teams in 1984 and 1985. He holds records for career stolen bases and career runs scored. He was a member of the 1981 national championship football team and holds Cobber career records in punt and kick returns.

Tammy (Krell) Anderson ('88)

As a Cobber track athlete, Tammy (Krell) Anderson was a record-setting member of the 1988 Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference championship team. She earned All-American honors seven times and All-MIAC honors 18 times during her track career from 1985 to 1988. At the national meets, Anderson earned points and set records in multiple events, including the 1600-meter relay, 400-meter hurdles and high jump. She set four individual and two relay records for the Cobbers in the 55- and 100-meter hurdles, high jump, 400-meter hurdles and 1600-meter indoor and outdoor relay. Anderson earned a degree in business administration and organizational communication and works in auto claims at State Farm Insurance. Married to fellow Cobber Ross Anderson ’89, they are the parents of two sons and live in Sartell, Minn. Anderson is active in her community as a volunteer for youth basketball, football and track programs. She has participated on a worship team at her church, where she is a volunteer chaperone for youth events and fundraising activities.

Mary (Line) Sloan ('88)

Mary (Line) Sloan was a multi-sport, all-conference athlete from Verndale, Minn., in volleyball, basketball and track. For three consecutive years, she competed in the state track meet in four events and earned All-state honors in 1984. As a Cobber track athlete, Sloan earned all-conference honors from 1985 to 1988 and was a seven-time All-American. During that time, she competed in the long jump, 400 meters, heptathlon and the 1600-meter relay team at the national meet and helped lead the Cobbers to the 1988 Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference championship. Her teammates demonstrated their respect for her abilities and leadership by twice electing her team captain in 1987 and 1988. Graduating with a degree in physical education and health, she taught and coached at Wadena-Deer Creek and Hastings (Minn.) high schools. In 2006, Sloan became a personal trainer and group fitness instructor. Mary and Dean Sloan live in Inver Grove Heights and are the parents of three boys.

Paul Sanderson ('64)

Paul Sanderson has the unique distinction of never losing a golf match in conference play while playing for the Cobbers from 1961 to 1964. While still in high school, he tied for 11th place in the National Junior Golf Tournament, posting lower scores than future professionals Tom Weiskopf, Johnny Miller and Hale Irwin. As a Concordia freshman, he finished in third place after leading the 1961 NAIA national tournament with nine holes to go at Shawnee, Okla. Later that year, he won the Resorter’s Tournament in Alexandria, Minn., and in 1962 he set the course record in Worthington, Minn., with an 18-hole score of 59 during the club championships. Sanderson entered the University of Washington Medical School after graduating magna cum laude from Concordia, and completed an ophthalmology residency at the University of Iowa in 1970. From 1972 to 1974 he did research at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Md., where he published numerous scholarly papers in peer-reviewed professional journals. He discovered that cystinosis was associated with macular degeneration and presented his findings at a national meeting of ophthalmologists. Sanderson practiced ophthalmology in Edina, Minn., for 25 years and was planning a medical mission to Brazil with Doctors Without Borders before being stricken with a medical condition that has left him unable to practice. Sanderson has been an active member of Normandale Lutheran Church, serving on the education board. His service also includes the board of the Minnesota Academy of Ophthalmology and the Edina hockey board. Along with his wife, Janet ‘66, Sanderson’s greatest source of pride is their four children and 10 grandchildren.

Darwin Kreft ('76)

An all-around student and athlete at Sac City, Iowa, high school, Darwin Kreft possessed great athletic skills combined with insatiable intellectual curiosity that would take him around the world. His odyssey began at Northwest Missouri State University and continued to the basketball court at Bismarck (N.D.) Junior College before joining the Concordia basketball team, where he earned all-conference and most valuable player honors in 1975 and 1976. He was an All-NAIA District 13 and first team All-Lutheran selection his senior year with an 18 points per game scoring average. It was at Concordia where Kreft began to experience the world, climbing Mount Kilimanjaro on a trip to Kenya and Tanzania; and doing abroad seminars in Italy, Greece and Israel. He graduated magna cum laude with degrees in history, political science and psychology and began high school teaching at Anoka and Osseo (Minn.) high schools while attending graduate school at the University of Minnesota. For three years he taught and coached at the American Embassy School in New Delhi, India, and later at the International School in Manila, Philippines. At both schools he helped coach teams to league championships. He is currently a high school counselor in Maple Grove, Minn. He and his wife, Dinna, are the parents of three children, including one son serving in the Peace Corps.

Mark Heysse ('80)

Mark Heysse transferred to Concordia in 1978 with the ambition of playing football while also earning an education that would make him marketable in the work world. As an athlete and student, he succeeded at both and today remembers well the lessons learned from some of Concordia’s all-time coaching legends. As a sophomore, Heysse played defensive tackle on the 1978 Cobber football national championship team. He was an all-conference selection in 1979 and 1980, and an all-district and second team All-American in 1980. During his three seasons as a Cobber athlete, Heysse played an important role on three Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference championship football teams. Since graduating, he has stayed involved in football as a high school coach for 30 years, leading teams at Fergus Falls, Minn., and St. Cloud Tech to the state tournament five times. As a track coach, he helped nine different athletes earn trips to the state meet. Heysse is active in the United Cursillo Movement, has held multiple positions on his church council, and volunteers his time as a youth football and basketball coach. He actively lives his mission in life of working with kids. He and his wife, Susan ‘80, are the parents of three children.

Kent Kuball ('85)

Kent Kuball was a record setting, two-sport athlete, playing Cobber baseball and football from 1981 to 1985. In baseball he holds career records for stolen bases, runs scored and bases on balls, and a season record for stolen bases. He was a four-year letter winner, a member of the all-conference teams in 1984 and 1985, and the all-region team and captain of the 1985 team. The 1985 Cobbers won the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference championship for the first time in 23 years. Kuball also played an instrumental role as a return man for the 1981 national championship football team, and is a season and career leader in punt and kick return yards. He received a Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from the University of Minnesota in 1989 and served three years as a Navy dentist. Since then, he has operated his own dental practice, Parkview Dental, in Hutchinson, Minn. A passionate family man, Kuball is very active in church and community service and coaching youth baseball. He and his wife, Chris, are the parents of three children.

 

Posted By Kyle Gylsen
Saturday, November 9, 2013
Freed Named To All-MCAC Second Team

The postseason honors continue coming in for Gretchen Freed of Henning.

Freed, a sophomore at M-State (Fergus Falls), was recently named to one of the All-MCAC Volleyball teams.

Freed was named to the Second Team after an outstanding season for the Spartans.

One of her teammates, sophomore Cheyanne O' Neal of Battle Lake, was named to the First Team.

 

2013 ALL-MCAC

1st Team:

Lindsay Monson (Central Lakes/Sophomore)

Tori Davidson (Northland/Freshman)

Gabby Feldt (Itasca/Sophomore)

Sarah Miller (Central Lakes/Sophomore)

Taylor Aakre (Rochester/Sophomore)

Lindsay Ayers (Rochester/Sophomore)

Tiffani Karbo (Ridgewater/Sophomore)

Cheyanne O’Neal (M State-Fergus Falls/Sophomore)

 

2nd Team:

Gretchen Freed (M State-Fergus Falls/Sophomore)

Tegan VanMoer (Ridgewater/Freshman)

Haley Lenz (Rochester/Freshman)

Jordan Moening (Anoka-Ramsey/Sophomore)

Kristen Predovich (Mesabi Range/Freshman)

Katie Marynik (Northland/Sophomore)

Sam Schlangen (Central Lakes/Freshman)

Brittni Wellen (Northland/Sophomore)

 

Posted By Kyle Gylsen
Friday, November 8, 2013
Freed, Moenkedick Named To MCAC Southern All-Division Teams

Gretchen Freed of Henning and Teresa Moenkedick of Verndale were recently honored by the Minnesota College Athletic Conference.

Freed, a sophomore at M-State (Fergus Falls), was named to the MCAC Southern All-Division volleyball team.

Moenkedick, a freshman for the Spartans, was selected for the Second Team.

 

2013 SOUTHERN ALL-DIVISION

1st Team:  

Taylor Aakre (Rochester/Sophomore)

Lindsay Ayers (Rochester/Sophomore)

Tiffani Karbo (Ridgewater/Sophomore)

Cheyanne O’Neal (M State-Fergus Falls/Sophomore)

Gretchen Freed (M State-Fergus Falls/Sophomore)

Tegan VanMoer (Ridgewater/Freshman)

Haley Lenz 9Rochester/Freshman)

Jordan Moening (Anoka-Ramsey/Sophomore)

 

2nd Team:

Jen Puncochar (Ridgewater/Freshman)

Agabo Okwan (Anoka-Ramsey/Freshman)

Teresa Moenkedick (M State-Fergus Falls/Freshman)

Morgan Hansen (St. Cloud/Sophomore)

Donielle Kurvers (St. Cloud/Sophomore)

Chanda Riedemann (Rochester/Sophomore)

Taylor Sharpe (Ridgewater/Sophomore)

Maddie Rasche (Minnesota West/Sophomore)

 

Player of the Year:

Taylor Aakre (Rochester)

 

Coach of the Year:

Amber Zitzow (Rochester)

Joe Sussenguth (Ridgewater)

 

Note:  A picture of Moenkedick is available by clicking on the "Photo Gallery" link.

 

Posted By Kyle Gylsen
Thursday, November 7, 2013
W-DC's Toedter Earns Place On All-MIAC Team

Hannah Toedter of Wadena earned All-Conference status at the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Cross Country Championships on Saturday, November 2.

Toedter, a senior at Hamline University and a graduate of Wadena-Deer Creek High School, placed 14th in the women's division with a time of 23:32.3. The top 15 finishers make the All-Conference team.

Carleton College captured its second MIAC championship in three seasons, and St. Olaf College first-year runner Noelle Olson was the first individual across the finish lineOlson - who claimed the MIAC Women's individual title - added the MIAC Women's Cross Country Athlete-of-the-Year honor to her already-impressive first season of collegiate running. Carleton Head Coach Donna Ricks also received accolades for her team's championship performance, as her peers voted her the MIAC Women's Cross Country Coach-of-the-Year.

Olson was outstanding in her first MIAC Championships appearance. The Ole first-year runner was the first to complete the 6k course Saturday at Como Park Golf Course in St. Paul, Minn. Her time of 21:49.5 was nearly 40 seconds faster than the runner-up, her teammate Jorden Johnson. This is just the latest accolade for Olson during a breakout fall, as she was also named the MIAC Women's Cross Country Athlete-of-the-Week on Sept. 4 and Sept. 24 and headlined the 2013 All-Conference squad.

Ricks led her team to its second title in a three-year span Saturday, and its fifth since 2004. Overall, it was the Knights' sixth MIAC championship, and now only St. Thomas and St. Olaf have more women's cross country conference titles than Carleton. This is Ricks' sixth MIAC Cross Country Coach-of-the-Year honor, having also won it in 1995, 2004, 2005, 2009 and 2011, and she was also the MIAC Indoor Track and Field Coach-of-the-Year in 2012.

The latest coaching honor for Ricks came courtesy of a tremendous performance by her team Saturday. Though rival St. Olaf had the first two runners across the finish line, Carleton claimed the title with three in the top 10 and five in the top 18 for a total of 51 points to the Oles' 69. Knights runners finished fifth, sixth, seventh, 15th, 18th, 23rd and 28th Saturday to give Ricks four All-MIAC performers and two more Honorable Mention selections.

In addition to the top individual honors, the MIAC Women's Cross Country All-Conference and All-Conference Honorable mention squads were also recognized. The top 15 finishers in Saturday's MIAC Championship race received All-Conference honors, while finishers 16-25 received Honorable Mention.

The champion Knights led the All-Conference honorees with four, while St. Olaf, Macalester and Gustavus each had three finish in the top 15. St. Catherine, Saint Benedict, St. Thomas, Saint Mary's and Hamline all had one All-Conference runner. The Honorable Mention squad included two runners each from Carleton, St. Olaf, Saint Benedict and Hamline, and one apiece from Concordia and Bethel.

As part of a conference-wide sportsmanship initiative, the MIAC announced the eighth annual All-MIAC Sportsmanship team for Women's Cross Country. Members of the All-MIAC Sportsmanship team are selected by their coaches and teammates as individuals who demonstrate ideals of positive sportsmanship both on and off the field of competition.

 

2013 MIAC Women's Cross Country Awards

 

Athlete-of-the-Year: Noelle Olson, St. Olaf (Fr., Big Lake, Minn.)

Coach-of-the-Year: Donna Ricks, Carleton (21st season)

 

2013 MIAC Women's Cross Country All-Conference Team

 

Place

Time

Name

School

Year

Hometown/Previous School

 1.

21:49.5

Noelle Olson

 St. Olaf  

Big Lake, Minn. 

 2.

22:30.3 

Jorden Johnson 

 St. Olaf  

Blaine, Minn. 

 3.

22:38.2 

Ailee Larson 

 St. Catherine  

Lutsen, Minn. / Cook County 

4. 

22:53.0 

Kimber Meyer 

Macalester 

 

Naperville, Ill. / North 

 5.

22:55.3 

Colette Celichowski 

Carleton 

 

Shorewood, Minn. / Minnetonka 

 6.

23:01.1 

Winona Rachel 

Carleton 

 

Shakopee, Minn. 

 7.

23:06.6 

Ruth Steinke 

Carleton 

 

Lima, N.Y. / Honeoye Falls-Lima 

 8.

23:08.4 

Manon Gammon-Deering    

Saint Benedict    

 

Little Falls, Minn. 

 9.

23:10.1 

Anna Schmitz 

Macalester 

   St. Paul, Minn./Central
 10.

23:21.1 

Megan Terukina 

 St. Thomas  

Cedar Rapids, Iowa / Kennedy

 11.

23:23.9 

Katie Stolz 

Saint Mary's 

 

Forest Lake, Minn. / Hill-Murray 

 12.

23:24.7 

Caitlin Fermoyle 

Gustavus 

 

Mendota Heights, Minn. / Henry Sibley    

 13.

23:31.4 

Rebecca Hare 

Gustavus 

 

Albany, Minn. / Saint John's Prep 

 14.

23:32.3 

Hannah Toedter 

Hamline 

 

Wadena, Minn. / Wadena-Deer Creek 

 15.

23:32.3 

Kazia Mermel 

Carleton 

 

Sherman Oaks, Calif. / Notre Dame 

 

2013 MIAC Women's Cross Country All-Conference Honorable Mention

 

Place

Time

Name

School

Year

Hometown/Previous School

16.

23:34.0 

Michaela Banz 

 St. Olaf  

Eagan, Minn. 

17.

23:34.2 

Melissa Uhrich 

Concordia 

 

Bismarck, N.D. / Century 

18.

 23:42.2

Shira Kaufman 

Carleton 

 

Leverett, Mass. / Amherst Regional Academy    

19.

23:43.5  

Maria Theisen 

Hamline 

 

Minneapolis, Minn. / Southwest  

20

23:44.7 

Tera Hereid 

Bethel 

 

Coon Rapids, Minn. / Blaine High School 

21.

23:46.1 

Allison Trezona 

St. Olaf  

Naperville, Ill.  

22.

23:46.2 

Heather Hollinger    

Hamline 

 

Las Vegas, Nev.

23. 

23:46.6 

Laura Nakasaka 

Carleton 

 

Chevy Chase, Md. / Bethesda-Chevy Chase 

24. 

 23:46.9

Jenna O'Donnell 

Saint Benedict    

 

Maple Grove, Minn. 

 25.

 23:49.8

Kelsie Larson 

Saint Benedict 

 

Decorah, Iowa 

 

2013 Women's Cross Country All-MIAC Sportsmanship Team

Augsburg - Anna Peterson (So., Lino Lakes, Minn. / Centennial HS)

Bethel - Emma Blanchard (So., Decorah, Iowa)

Carleton - Colette Celichowski (Jr., Shorewood, Minn. / Minnetonka)

Concordia - Katie Barkley (Sr., Bismarck, N.D. / Bismarck Century)

Gustavus - Nora Christensen (Sr., Plymouth, Minn. / Wayzata)

Hamline - Anne Marie Sketch (Sr., Neotsu, Ore. / Taft)

Macalester - Erin Daly (Sr., Weedsport, N.Y.)

Saint Benedict - Kelsie Larson (Sr., Decorah, Iowa)

St. Catherine - Kristina Poss (Sr., Shoreview, Minn. / Roseville)

Saint Mary's - Shauna Stephens (Sr., Norwood, Minn. / Central)

St. Olaf - Kelsey Mullen (Sr., Excelsior, Minn. / Holy Family)

St. Thomas -  Melissa Engrstom (Jr., Coon Rapids, Minn.)

 

Posted By Kyle Gylsen
Tuesday, November 5, 2013
Moenkedick, Freed Honored By MCAC

Teresa Moenkedick of Verndale and Gretchen Freed of Henning were both recognized recently by the Minnesota College Athletic Conference. 

Moenkedick and Freed, both also members of the M-State (Fergus Falls women's volleyball team, were selected as Players of the Week in the South Division of the MCAC on November 5. 

Moenkedick, a 5’4” freshman, was named All-Around Player of the Week. Teresa had an outstanding all-around effort for the Spartans in a 3-1 win over St. Cloud that clinched the #3 spot in the Region 13A Tournament. Moenkedick averaged 2.8 kills, 3.75 digs, had only 5 errors in 34 attacks and added a block and an ace. 

Freed , a 5’4” sophomore, was chosen as Libero of the Week. Gretchen tallied 30 digs (7.5/game) helping her team secure the #3 spot in the Southern Division. Freed, who leads the MCAC with 550 digs (5.73) was also 19-19 from the service line with one ace.

 

Note:  A picture of Freed is available by clicking on the "Photo Gallery" link.

 

Posted By Kyle Gylsen
Monday, November 4, 2013
Wangberg Honored By NSAA

Katie Wangberg and Josette Glatt, both of Mayville State (N.D.), and Katherine Gonzalez (libero) of Dakota State (S.D.) were picked as North Star Athletic Association Volleyball Players-of-the-Week honors. The ninth edition of NSAA volleyball weekly honors were announced Monday, November 4. 

NSAA Volleyball Setter of the Week Katie Wangberg – Mayville State (N.D.) – 5’7”, Junior, setter – Pine River, Minn. – Wangberg accumulated a total of 88 set assists as Mayville State went 2-1 for the week with a pair of 3-0 victories over Dickinson State (N.D.) and Saint Mary (Neb.). She added 16 kills (1.6 kills per set) with a hitting efficiency of .483 and amassed 30 digs. Wangberg averaged 8.8 assists and 3.0 digs per set. She recorded two double-doubles last week – 26 assists and 13 digs at Dickinson State and 32 assists and 11 digs versus Saint Mary. 

NSAA Volleyball Hitter of the Week Josette Glatt – Mayville State (S.D.) – 6’1”, Junior, right side – Bismarck, N.D. – Glatt smashed at least 15 kills in each of the three matches as the Comets went 2-1 for the week, including a pair of 3-0 victories at Dickinson State (N.D.) and versus Saint Mary (Neb.). She averaged 4.9 kills and 0.7 blocks per set. Glatt tallied a total of 49 kills and 7 block assists. She hit .430 for the week (49 kills with 9 errors in 93 attempts). 

NSAA Volleyball Libero Player of the Week Katherine Gonzalez – Dakota State (N.D.) – 5’3”, Junior, defensive specialist – Pico Rivera, Calif. – Gonzalez led the Trojans’ defense with 20 digs (3.3 digs per set) as Dakota State split a pair of matches. She recorded 10 digs versus the University of Sioux Falls (S.D.). Gonzalez added 10 digs and three service aces as the Trojans won their inaugural NSAA volleyball postseason match. For the week, she recorded a perfect reception percentage in 31 attempts and a service percentage of .952.

 

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