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Equal Opportunity at CSB College of Saint Benedict is committed to providing equal educational and employment opportunities for all without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, or handicap in accordance with the requirements of federal and state law. College of Saint Benedict is an equal opportunity employer and follows affirmative action policy in recruiting and hiring faculty and staff. Conference/Membership Affiliation Since the 1985-86 school year, Saint Benedict has been a member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) on the Division III level and a member of the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC). The MIAC, which was founded in 1920 and sponsors championships in 25 teams, 13 for men and 12 for women, is recognized as one of the toughest NCAA Division III women’s and men’s intercollegiate athletic conferences in the country. The MIAC is a conference in which the athletes are students first, yet they still have the opportunity to reach any height to which their athletic abilities take them. As a component of NCAA Division III, no institution in the MIAC offers any athletic scholarships. MIAC teams compete in several formats. Among these are round-robin play, round-robin tournaments and championship meets or tournaments. Blazer Basketball Game Day Magazine This magazine is written and published by the CSB Athletic Media Relations Office. Writing and Editing Pat McCabe, Athletic Media Relations Director Calvin Herold ’14, Athletic Media Relations Assistant Katie Minnehan ‘14, Athletic Media Relations Assistant Layout and Design Pat McCabe, Athletic Media Relations Director Calvin Herold ’14, Athletic Media Relations Assistant Kenie MeiLam Kwok ’13, IA Communications Intern Advertising/Sponsorships Heather Pieper-Olson, Director of Annual Giving Carol Howe-Veenstra, Athletic Director Jen Kranz, Head Hockey Coach Erin Geier ‘14, Assistant to the Athletic Director Cover Photo: Jeanne Pahl


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2012-13 Blazer Basketball Team


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11 The Blazers 12 CSB Quick Facts 13 2011-12 Blazer Basketball Review 14 2012-13 Blazer Outlook 15 2012-13 Blazer Athlete Profiles 33 Blazer Basketball Record Book 39 Blazer Basketball History 42 MIAC Opponents 43 CSB Athletic Staff 44 Blazer Backers

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OUR BENEDICTINE VALUES: AWARENESS OF GOD To look for God not in the abstract but in the ordinary events of every day. COMMUNITY LIVING To become who we are by our relationships with others. DIGNITY OF WORK To appreciate the dignity of work in God’s creation. HOSPITALITY To offer warmth, acceptance, and joy in welcoming others. JUSTICE To work toward a just order in our immediate environment and in the larger society. LISTENING To hear keenly and sensitively the voices of persons and all created beings. MODERATION To be content with living simply and finding balance in work, prayer, and leisure. PEACE To strive for peace on all levels: with self, others, and God. RESPECT FOR PERSONS To respect each person regardless of class, background, or professional skill. STABILITY To cultivate rootedness and a shared sense of mission. STEWARDSHIP To appreciate and care lovingly for the goods of this place.

Leadership for change WISDOM FOR A LIFETIME The College of Saint Benedict in St. Joseph, Minn., was founded by Benedictine Sisters in 1913. The college was uniquely and specifically formed by women for women. Saint Benedict was the 13th women’s college in the United States and today is one of only 64 women’s colleges in the country. Whether in the classroom, at a sporting event, or living in the residence halls, CSB seeks to incorporate learning experiences inspired by the Catholic and Benedictine tradition. The Saint Benedict experience creates a sense of community rarely seen at other colleges. It provides a safe and comfortable environment ideal for inquiring, learning and growing. Located in the heart of central Minnesota lake country and surrounded by 3,500 acres of pure forests and wholesome prairies, Saint Benedict is just minutes away from the St. Cloud metro area and an hour drive from the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul. Students experience the benefits of small town modesty, while enjoying the convenient access of a big city. The College of Saint Benedict has a unique partnership with Saint John’s University, a men’s college located four miles away. The schools are nationally recognized Catholic liberal arts colleges and ranked as two of the top three Catholic colleges in the nation. We share one academic program, and students attend classes together on both campuses. This integrated learning experience combines a challenging academic program with extensive opportunities for international study, leadership, service learning, spiritual growth, and cultural and athletic involvement. Both schools are dedicated to the development of a person as a whole. Offering singlegender and co-educational experiences, each strive to meet the distinct needs of women and men. Another advantage of this partnership is the expansion of resources for both institutions. CSB and SJU provide the education and opportunities of a large university accompanied with the individual attention of a small private college. Saint Benedict strives to present students with opportunities to explore, stretch, and challenge their personal excellence. By developing their intellectual, spiritual, emotional, and physical helath, our goal is to enable every woman to achieve her utmost potential. The College of Saint Benedict’s mission is to foster integrated learning, exceptional leadership for change, and wisdom for a lifetime.

2012-13 BLAZER BASKETBALL TEAM Morgan Dale SR | F | 5-10 Jamestown, N.D. Jamestown H.S.

Karly Knutson So | W | 5-8 Eden Prairie, Minn. Eden Prairie H.S.

Tish Alexander JR | W | 5-9 Minneapolis Benilde-St. Margaret’s

Katie Hultberg FY | F | 5-9 Arden Hills, Minn. Mounds View H.S.


Mattie Lueck FY | F | 6-0 Pequot Lakes, Minn. Pequot Lakes H.S.

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Brianna Barrett JR | W | 5-7 Annandale, Minn. Annandale H.S.


Emily Lueck SO | W | 5-9 Pequot Lakes, Minn. Pequot Lakes H.S.


Meghan Carter FY | F | 6-0 Las Vegas, Nev. Bishop Gorman H.S.


Whitney Canton SR | W | 5-8 Pine Island, Minn. Pine Island H.S.


Jamie Wollin SR | W | 5-9 Litchfield, Minn. Litchfield H.S.


Ingrid Pfefferle FY | F | 6-0 Northfield, Minn. Northfield H.S.

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Jordan Falk SO | W | 5-7 Cedar, Minn. St. Francis H.S.


Marisa Amacher SO | PG | 5-3 Faribault, Minn. Faribault H.S.

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Jessica Fischer So | PG | 5-3 Redwood Falls, Minn. Redwood Valley H.S.



Andi Houck FY | F | 5-11 Superior, Colo. Centarus H.S.


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Elena Koch So | F | 6-0 Farmington, Minn. Farmington H.S.

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Sarah Berbos FY | C | 6-1 Fullerton, Calif. Rosary H.S.

Hannah Hylla SR | F | 6-0 Holdingford, Minn. Albany H.S.

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game, finishing as the national runner-up with a 74-65 loss to Washington University (Mo.), 74-65.

Mike Durbin is entering his 28th season as a collegiate head coach and Durbin is a two-time NCAA Division III National Coach of the Year, his 27th at the helm of the College of five-time MIAC Coach of the Year and two-time West Region Coach Saint Benedict basketball program. of the Year. On the cusp of his 575th career win, Durbin has been responsible for consistently directing his teams to be ranked among the country’s elite. In 26 seasons, he has led the Blazers to a fourth place finish or better 25 times. Throughout the aughts, the Blazers dominated the MIAC, winning or sharing eight conference titles. Under his direction the Blazers have won 20 or more games 23 times.

Durbin has been fortunate enough to have coached some remarkable athletes at CSB. Four Blazers have received MIAC Player of the Year honors (Michelle Barlau, Danielle Guse, Laura Wendorff and Anna Heikenen); five have received All-American Honors (Barlau, Wendorff, Heikenen, Joyce Spanier and Kelly Mahlum) and two have received Academic AllAmerican honors (Barlau and Robyn Ruschmeier-Courchane).

Durbin, the eldest of nine children, was born and raised in Howard, Ohio, which is one hour northeast of Columbus. At East Knox High School, he competed in basketball Injuries forced the team to play many young players last season, and football. After high school graduation in 1977, Durbin resulting in double-digit losses for only the first time in his tenure. attended Kent State University, where he received his Bachelor of However, those minutes turned into valuable experience, and with Arts degree in communication and public relations in 1981. After key players returning to the line-up in 2012-13, Durbin has the KSU, Durbin returned to East Knox High School to be a varsity Blazers primed to resume their place at the top of the MIAC this football assistant and junior varsity girl’s basketball coach. From season. there, he moved to Mt. Vernon Nazarene College where he was a volunteer assistant women’s basketball coach for two seasons. Durbin’s outstanding overall coaching record at CSB is 570-142 While at Mt. Vernon, Durbin received a master’s degree from (.800), while also compiling a 440-97 (.819) mark in conference Ashland College in sports administration. He was then hired as an play. Entering the season, Durbin has the 10th best winning interim coach at Wittenberg University in Springfield, Ohio. He percentage among active NCAA Division III women’s basketball served there for one year, before coming to CSB in 1986. coaches, while ranking ninth in career wins. Durbin also serves as the athletic department’s recruiting He is one of just 17 coaches in the history of Division III women’s coordinator, a role he began in 2012-13. He resides basketball with over 500 career wins, ranking 12th all time. in St. Cloud, Minn. with his wife Teri, who is an Furthermore, his 23 20-win seasons rank third all time, and second associate director of admissions at CSB/SJU. They have been married among active coaches. for 22 years and have one daughter. During the summer of 2003, Durbin was inducted into the Minnesota High School Girls Basketball Coaches Association Hall of Fame. On Dec. 1, 2001, against Macalester at Claire Lynch Hall, Durbin surpassed former St. Thomas University head coach Ted Riverso to become the winningest coach in MIAC women’s basketball history. Under Durbin’s direction, the Blazers have averaged nearly 22 wins a season for the past 26 years, and won or shared 13 MIAC championship titles. Saint Benedict has also competed in the NCAA Tournament 16 of the past 24 seasons, including eight NCAA Sweet 16 appearances, three Elite 8 appearances and two NCAA Final Four appearances. In 1992-93, Saint Benedict made its first appearance in the NCAA Final Four, and then repeated that accomplishment just six years later. In the 1998-99 season, he led the Blazers to the NCAA Championship

Durbin’s Victory Milestones: 1st 50th 100th 150th 200th 250th 300th 338th 350th 400th 450th 500th 525th 550th

Dec. 14, 1985 Denison University (Wittenberg) Jan. 7, 1989 University of St. Thomas Jan. 26, 1991 St. Mary’s College Feb. 17, 1993 St. Olaf College Feb. 18, 1995 Gustavus Adolphus College Dec. 13, 1997 St. Olaf College Dec. 11, 1999 Concordia-Moorhead Dec. 1, 2002 Macalester College (became winningest coach in MIAC history) Jan.16, 2002 St. Mary’s University Jan. 21, 2004 University of St. Thomas Feb. 11, 2006 Hamline University Dec. 10, 2008 Macalester College Dec. 7, 2009 St. Cathereine University Jan. 5, 2011 Macalester College

Coaching Record: Year Overall 1985-86 4-21 (.154) 1986-87 17-9 (.654) 1987-88 20-6 (.769) 1988-89 23-5 (.821) 1989-90 21-7 (.750) 1990-91 20-7 (.740) 1991-92 22-6 (.785) 1992-93 28-2 (.933) 1993-94 22-5 (.814) 1994-95 27-2 (.931) 1995-96 19-7 (.731) 1996-97 21-6 (.777) 1997-98 25-2 (.926) 1998-99 28-2 (.933) 1999-00 20-5 (.800) 2000-01 21-5 (.808) 2001-02 24-5 (.828) 2002-03 24-3 (.889) 2003-04 21-5 (.808) 2004-05 24-5 (.828) 2005-06 21-6 (.778) 2006-07 22-6 (.786) 2007-08 20-6 (.769) 2008-09 26-4 (.867) 2009-10 21-6 (.778) 2010-11 20-7 (.741) 2011-12 13-12 (.520) Totals

MIAC Wittenberg (Ohio) 15-7 (4th) 17-5 (3rd) 19-1 (Champs) 16-4 (3rd) 14-6 (4th) 17-3 (4th) 20-0 (Champs) 16-4 (tie-2nd) 19-1 (Champs) 14-6 (4th) 16-4 (2nd) 21-1 (Co-Champs) 21-1 (Champs) 19-3 (2nd) 19-4 (tie-2nd) 20-3 (Co-Champs) 20-2 (Tri-Champs) 19-3 (Co-Champs) 16-4 (3rd) 17-4 (Champions) 19-3 (Champions) 18-4 (Co-Champs) 20-2 (Champions) 18-4 (Co-Champs) 16-6 (3rd) 10-12 (tie-8th)

574-163 (.779) 440-97 (.819)


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Coaching Honors: • 2009-10 MIAC Coach of the Year • 2002-03 Inducted into Minnesota H.S. Girls Basketball Hall of Fame • Dec. 1, 2002 Became winningest coach in MIAC history with his 338th victory • 1997-98 NCAA Division III National Coach of the Year • 1997-98 MIAC Coach of the Year • 1994-95 West Region Coach of the Year • 1994-95 MIAC Coach of the Year • 1993-94 West Region Coach of the Year • 1993-94 MIAC Coach of the Year • 1992-93 NCAA Division III National Coach of the Year • 1989-90 MIAC Coach of the Year

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Denny Johnson assistant coach Denny Johnson begins another season as an assistant coach for the College of Saint Benedict basketball team under head coach Mike Durbin. Johnson has played a vital role in the Blazers’ success for the past 26 seasons. His knowledge and insight for the game of basketball has made him a top-notch assistant coach. In his time as an assistant basketball coach, Johnson has been honored as AFLAC’s national assistant coach of the year. “It is extremely rare for a head coach and an assistant coach to be together for 25 years at the Division III level,” head coach Mike Durbin said. “I believe the stability and success of this program is a direct link to the longevity of our staff.” Johnson was born and raised in St. Cloud, Minn. and graduated from St. Cloud Technical High School in 1968. In high school, Johnson participated in football, basketball and baseball. Following high school, Johnson attended St. Cloud State University where he earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in English. While attending St. Cloud State University, Johnson was a member of the Husky basketball program under the direction of Marlowe “Red” Severson and Noel Olson. Johnson’s coaching abilities are not limited to basketball; he also served as CSB’s head softball coach for 26 seasons. He won his 500th game on Apr. 28, 2011 against Carleton. He has coached two Blazer MIAC softball championship teams as well as a pair of berths to the NCAA Division III Central Region Tournament in 1993 and 1994. During the 2007 season Johnson recorded his 450th collegiate career victory as the head coach of the Blazers. This spring, he’ll begin a new role, in his first season as an assistant coach for Blazer softball. Johnson and his wife, Robin, have been married 36 years and live in St. Cloud, Minn. Their two daughters graduated from Saint Benedict in 2006 and 2009.

Steve Howe-Veenstra assistant coach Steve Howe-Veenstra enters his 13th season with the Blazer basketball program as an assistant coach. Coach Howe-Veenstra’s experience, knowledge and insight for the game has brought versatility to the staff. According to head coach Mike Durbin, Howe-Veenstra’s assistance with the team and the athletes have been very valuable. “Steve was asked to help with our post players 12 years ago, and the impact was immediate.” Howe-Veenstra’s experience can be traced back over 37 years to St. Cloud Technical High School, where he coached in the boy’s program. Howe-Veenstra was born and raised in St. Cloud, graduating from St. Cloud Technical High School. After graduating from Tech, Howe-Veenstra enrolled at St. Cloud State University and graduated in 1979. Howe-Veenstra is in his 33nd year of teaching special education for St. Cloud School District 742 and his 10th year of teaching in the Community Options Program based at St. Cloud State University. Howe-Veenstra and his wife, Carol Howe-Veenstra, the Saint Benedict Director of Athletics, have been married for 31 years. Their son, Ryan, is a 2009 graduate of Saint John’s University.

Barry Peterson assistant coach 2nd season

Kailyn Wilcox student assistant coach


Courageous, strong & bold The 1970’s were a time of change, revolution, and transformation. Increased influence of the women’s movement, heightened concern over the environment, and improved space exploration were just a few of the headlines. Saint Benedict was changing too. In the 1976-77 season, the Saint Benedict volleyball team decided they would like their colors to be red and white. Known as the Bennies of the College of Saint Benedict, they also decided they wanted a new moniker. So, they held a contest to find a new nickname. CSB students were invited to submit ideas, and student-athletes selected the one they liked best. “Blazers,” submitted by first-year student Mary Haffner, was chosen as the official sports name. This was a perfect fit as it flawlessly described the hard work, determination, and success of the trailblazing women who founded the college. These sisters “blazed” their way through a field of uncertainty and unknown land to settle in Minnesota in 1856. They went on to establish the largest Benedictine community in the United States. They also built hundreds of hospitals, schools, orphanages -- and the College of Saint Benedict in 1913. Blazers pays tribute to the courageous, strong, and bold women of the past and gives encouragement and pride to the women of the future.

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CSB Basketball Facts Team Name: Blazers Colors: Red and White Head Coach: Mike Durbin Assistant Coaches: Denny Johnson, Steve Howe-Veenstra Barry Peterson, Kailyn Wilcox 2011-12 Overall Record: 13-12 2011-12 MIAC Record: 10-12 2011-12 MIAC Finish: Eighth CSB Athletics Directory CSB Athletics: (320) 363-5301 Athletic Director: Carol Howe-Veenstra (320) 363-5201 Assist. Athletic Director, Compliance: Nicole Hess (320) 363-5286 Assist. Athletic Director, Events: Steve Kimble (320) 363-5873 Athletic Dept. Coordinator: Deanne Hollermann (320) 363-5301 MIAC Faculty Athletics Rep.: LuAnn Reif (320) 363-5168 Athletic Recruiting Coordinator: Mike Durbin (320) 363-5073 Athletic Media Relations Director: Pat McCabe Office Assistants: Calvin Herold, Emily Lueck, Teddy Menor, Jake Schultz, Alex Wald

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Location: St. Joseph, Minnesota Chartered/Founded: 1887/1913 Enrollment: 2,048 (undergraduates) Varsity Sports: Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Ice Hockey, Soccer, Softball, Swimming & Diving, Tennis, Track & Field, and Volleyball Facility/Capacity: Claire Lynch Hall/1,000 National Athletic Affiliation: NCAA Division III Athletic Conference Affiliation: Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC) Faculty: 294 full-time; 65 part-time. 80 percent of full-time faculty have the highest degree in their field. Academic Programs: More than 60 areas of study with 36 majors and 32 minor programs. Semester schedule. Liberal arts curriculum. Bachelor of arts, bachelor of science in nursing. Student/faculty ratio: 12:1, average class size is 20.

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Multicultural percentage: 8.3 percent; international percentage: 6.3 percent; number of countries represented: 49; number of international students: 254. International Study: We offer 17 semester-long international study programs to 14 countries on 6 continents: Australia, Austria, Chile, China, England, France, Greece, Guatemala, India, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Spain, and South Africa. In addition, the colleges sponsor over 20 short-term international programs around the world each year. CSB and SJU rank second nationally in semester-long study abroad participation among baccalaureate institutions for total number of study abroad students. More than 66% of CSB students participate in one of the college’s semester-long programs.

2011-12 Blazer BASKETBALL Review With an inexperienced roster, key injuries and absences, the 2011-12 season for the Blazers ended 13-12 overall and tied for eighth place in the final MIAC standings with a 10-12 league record.

photo by Jeanne Pahl

Nonetheless, the Blazers showed significant improvement in the latter part of the season. Despite the record, one cannot fail to acknowledge that the Blazers improved as the season went along. Senior Cassie Dorschner (Mantorville, Minn./Kasson-Mantorville) said the season was a battle. “The way we played the last part of the season was definitely an improvement. And that’s something the players that are coming back next year can build on.” In their final eight games, the Blazers won five. The streak was highlighted by the 54-50 win against St. Olaf, which was a MIAC playoff team. Coach Durbin hopes to carry over into the 2012-13 season the same efforts and success seen at the end of 2011-12. This goal is entirely possible given the

2011-13 Blazer Basketball Results returning players. Some of the highlighted Overall: 13-12

MIAC: 10-12

Date Opponent 11/18 Minnesota Morris 11/19 St. Scholastica 11/28 Crown 11/30 Augsburg 12/03 Carleton 12/05 Saint Mary’s 12/07 St. Catherine 12/10 Gustavus Adolphus 01/02 St. Thomas 01/04 Bethel 01/07 Hamline 01/11 Gustavus Adolphus 01/14 St. Olaf 01/16 Macalester 01/18 Augsburg 01/21 Concordia 01/25 Saint Mary’s 01/28 Carleton 01/30 St. Catherine 02/01 St. Thomas 02/04 Hamline 02/08 Bethel 02/11 St. Olaf 02/15 Macalester 02/18 Concordia Home games in Red

Result 78-43, W 95-46 , W 97-37 , W 50-61 , L 75-59 , W 55-50 , L 90-63 , W 64-81 , L 40-69 , L 66-56 , W 71-57 , W 75-84 , L 75-82 , L 56-71 , L 70-60 , W 52-66 , L 54-50 , L 56-48 , W 83-59 , W 52-73 , L 70-51 , W 55-58 , L 54-50 , W 60-48 , W 57-63 , L

players include junior Whitney Canton (Pine Island, Minn./Pine Island), who averaged a team-best 10.3 points and 2.9 rebounds per game. Canton was selected to the MIAC AllConference team, and was named MVP for the Blazers. Sophomore Brianna Barrett (Annandale, Minn./Annandale) was also a key player to the team as she averaged 10.0 points per game. Junior Jamie Wollin (Litchfield, Minn./Litchfield) averaged 5.8 points and 5.2 rebounds per game. Sophomore Tish Alexander (Minneapolis/Benilde-St. Margaret’s) led the team in three pointers with 34, and also ranked first in the MIAC making 43% of her attempts.

Cassie Dorschner was second on the team in minutes and led the Blazers in assists last season

First-years that showed extensive action in games included Jessica Fischer (Redwood Falls, Minn./Redwood Valley), Emily Lueck (Pequot Lakes, Minn./Pequot Lakes), and Elena Koch (Farmington, Minn./Farmington). Koch in particular, became a starter halfway through the season as she averaged 5.0 points and 3.2 rebounds per game, and was named the Most Improved Player on the varsity. Dorschner was also given the Coaches’ Award, and first-year Karly Knutson (Eden Prairie, Minn./Eden Prairie) was named Most Improved on junior-varsity.

Return to Prominence

2012-13 Blazer Basketball Outlook

For the Saint Benedict basketball team, putting last season in the rear view and returning to the prominence that the program is accustomed to is the simple goal. To do that, they’ll look to a replenished roster that is finally healthy after suffering a myriad of injuries last season, but also to the experience gained from a core group of young players that earned valuable experience a year ago, filling in as the older players went down. “It comes back to two things, we’re healthier, and we’re more experienced than we were a year ago, because last year we were playing three first-year players pretty significantly on a team that wasn’t very healthy from Christmas on,” head coach Mike Durbin said. Entering his 27th season on the Blazer bench, Durbin has seen it all throughout his tenure. Entering the 2012-13 campaign it’s easy for him to see the advancements the team has made over the last year. “We’re, without question, deeper and more talented. I feel like we have at least 12 players that could help us if we needed them. So it excites me to get a group that, as coaches, we’ll have multiple options to be able to utilize.”

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Seniors Morgan Dale and Hannah Hylla return for their final season after missing large parts of last season, while fellow seniors Whitney Canton and Jamie Wollin bring another level of experience after shouldering the load last season. Canton is the leading returning scorer, averaging 10.3 points per game in an All-MIAC junior season, while Wollin added almost six points per game, and the pair brings the most starting experience back from last season. “Having Hannah and Morgan back healthy, just having them back in our program is very much like having experienced recruits,” Durbin said. “So we know they’re both very capable players that are going to play a lot. And then you have an upper class group with those two and then Whitney and Jamie who have played on championship teams and contributed on championship teams. I’m sure they would like to finish their senior year with something similar.” Add to that a pair of dynamic juniors in Tish Alexander and Brianna Barrett, who each played nearly 20 minutes a night last season while appearing in all 25 games, and you have a very solid group with plenty of experience. Barrett scored 10.0 points per game as a sophomore, while Alexander connected on a team-leading 43% of her three-point shots. Experience not just on the floor, but in a new system that had a definite learning curve, will carry over throughout the line-up into this winter. “I think we all took our lumps last year with a couple things offensively, new things we added and implemented,” Durbin said. “Injuries forced us to go younger and less experienced. All that experience that Emily Lueck, Jessica Fischer, and Elena Koch got the last third of the season is just so evident in the way they’re playing in the preseason with their confidence level and their understanding of what we’re trying to accomplish at both ends of the floor.” Part of a deep sophomore class, Lueck, Fischer and Koch all found themselves thrust into major roles in their first year, averaging double-digit minutes by the end of the season. Lueck played in all 25 games, while Fischer and Koch each appeared in the starting line-up throughout the year. Building on the experience gained by the young players, and infusing the retuning talent from the veterans will be what makes the difference this season, as the Blazers look to erase the memory of last season, and return to the top of the MIAC. “Last year I believe was an aberration, but we have to go back that up now,” Durbin said. “We’re in a position - from my perspective - that I can’t wait to play again because I’ve thought enough about last year that I’m ready to get excited about something new and better.”

Whitney Canton returns for her senior season after earning All-MIAC honors as a junior.

Whitney Canton

5-8 | Senior | Wing Pine Island, Minn. | Pine Island H.S.

2011-2012: Junior ... appeared and started in 23 games, averaging 23.7 minutes per game ... averaged 10.3 points per game off of .391 percent shooting (88-225) ... compiled 2.9 rebounds per game as well as 39 assists and 32 steals ... recorded a career-high 20 points against Carleton on Dec. 3 ... team MVP.



2010-2011: Sophomore ... Canton appeared in all 27 games, averaging 15.5 minutes per game. She compiled 105 points for 3.9 points per game. She shot a .811 free throw percentage and averaged 2.1 rebounds per game. Canton grabbed five or more rebounds in three games and shot over .500 from the field in 10 games. She scored a career-high 10 points on Jan. 3 against Carleton. 2009-2010: First-year ... Canton appeared in 10 games, averaging 5.6 minutes per game. She totaled 18 points and seven rebounds in her varsity appearances. High School: A 2009 graduate of Pine Island High School, Canton was coached by her father, Rick Canton. She participated in volleyball (four years) and basketball (four years) during her athletic career at Pine Island. She was a captain for volleyball. She was a volleyball all-conference selection and a member of the volleyball all-state team in 2008. Canton was a three-time team captain in basketball and was three-time all-conference and two-time all-state honorable mention. She scored 1,000 for Pine Island and participated in the volleyball and basketball all-star games. Personal: Daughter of Linda and Rick Canton. She was a former Blazer basketball camper. Canton enjoys waterskiing, reading, boating, and spending time with family. She is majoring in environmental studies.

Year G FGM-FGA 11-12 23 88-225 10-11 27 36-109 09-10 10 6-30 Totals 60 130-364

FG% 3PT-3PA .391 7-32 .330 3-23 .200 2-13 .357 12-68

3FG% FTM-FTA .219 53-74 .130 30-37 .154 4-6 .176 87-117

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5-10 | Senior | Forward Jamestown, N.D. | Jamestown H.S.

2011-2012: Junior ... appeared in three games ... made first appearance on Jan. 2 against St. Thomas, but season was sidelined after suffering a concussion in practice .. scored 19 points and grabbed 10 rebounds.



2010-2011: Sophomore ... Dale had a tremendous season for the Blazers, appearing in all 27 games, starting in 14 games, and averaging 19.8 minutes per game. She scored 187 points for 6.9 points per game. Dale was second for CSB with 116 rebounds to average 4.3 rebounds per game. She was first in the MIAC with a .472 three-point field-goal percentage and was second for CSB with 24 blocks. She scored a career-high 14 points on two occasions - on Feb. 16 against Saint Mary’s and on Feb. 22 against Macalester. Dale grabbed a career-high nine rebounds on two occasions - Nov. 19 against Piedmont and Feb. 24 against ConcordiaMoorhead. 2009-2010: First-year ... Appeared in all 27 games for the Blazers, averaging 12.5 minutes per game. She compiled 87 points for an average of 3.2 points per game and shot a .380 field goal percentage off of 3079 shooting. Dale sunk 12 three-pointers off of 38 attempts (.316) and shot .789 percentage from the free throw line off of 15-for-19 shooting. She grabbed 80 rebounds to average 3 rebounds per game (fifth for CSB) ... Dale scored a season-high eight points and grabbed a season-high nine rebounds in the final game of the season against UST on Feb. 27. High School: A 2009 graduate of Jamestown High School, Dale was coached by Scott Botner. She participated in basketball (five years), volleyball (four years) and soccer (two years) during her athletic career at Jamestown. She was a four-time team MVP and a 2009 Miss Basketball candidate. She won the senior athlete of the year award and holds school records in rebounds, free-throws and free-throws in a game. Dale was also a 1,000 point scorer. Personal: Dale is the daughter of Tracy and Steve Dale. She enjoys basketball, volleyball, soccer, music, rollerblading, jet skiing and boating. She is majoring in elementary education.

Year G FGM-FGA 11-12 3 7-15 10-11 27 63-131 09-10 27 30-79 Totals 57 100-225

FG% 3PT-3PA 3FG% FTM-FTA .467 1-4 .250 4-5 .481 34-72 .472 27-33 .380 12-38 .316 15-19 .444 47-114 .412 46-57

FT % REB RPG A TO BLK .800 10 3.3 3 5 1 .818 116 4.3 20 25 24 .789 80 3.0 12 19 8 .807 206 3.6 35 49 33

ST TP PPG 2 19 6.3 14 187 6.9 13 87 3.2 29 293 5.1

Hannah Hylla

6-0 | Senior | Forward Holdingfor, Minn. | Albany H.S.

2011-2012: Junior ... appeared in 14 games after returning from studying abroad ... averaged 2.4 points and 1.6 rebounds per game ... scored a season-high nine points in a loss to St. Olaf on Jan. 14 ... averaged 10.3 minutes per game.



2010-2011: Sophomore ... appeared in all 27 games for the Blazers, averaging 9.8 minutes per game. She scored 94 points to average 4.5 points per game and was 36-for-83 from the field for a .434 field-goal percentage. Hylla made 13 of 14 free throws for a .929 free throw percentage and grabbed 50 rebounds for an average of 1.9 rebounds per game. She scored a career-high 11 points on Feb. 5 against Augsburg. 2009-2010: First-year ... appeared in 22 games, averaging 9.6 minutes per game. She scored 88 points for an average of 4 points per game and shot 37-for-70 from the field for a .529 field goal percentage, including 6-of-17 three-pointers (.353). She shot a 1.000 field goal percentage in two games. Hylla grabbed 46 rebounds for an average of 2.1 rebounds per game and grabbed four or more rebounds on five occasions. She scored a season-high 10 points on Jan. 4 against St. Olaf off of 4-for-4 shooting. High School: A 2009 graduate of Albany High School, Hylla coached by Jon Noreen. She participated in basketball (4 years) and cross country (3 years). She was two-time all-conference, conference MVP in 2009, all-area honorable mention in 2008, first-team all-area in 2009, Sauk Valley Herald Player of the Year in 2009, team MVP and all-state honorable mention. Hylla scored 1,000 points in her career and was also a class 2A all-star and was a part of the 6AA all-section team in 2008. Personal: Hylla is the daughter of Jennifer and Scott Hylla. She is a former Blazer basketball camper and enjoys playing basketball and spending time with family and friends. She is majoring in communication.

Year G FGM-FGA 11-12 14 14-40 10-11 27 36-83 09-10 22 37-70 Totals 63 87-193

FG% 3PT-3PA .350 1-10 .434 9-30 .529 6-17 .451 16-57

3FG% FTM-FTA .100 4-5 .300 13-14 .353 8-12 .281 25-31

FT % REB RPG A TO ST .800 22 1.6 2 9 2 .929 50 1.9 7 17 4 .667 46 2.1 12 18 4 .806 118 1.9 21 44 10

TP PPG 33 2.4 94 3.5 88 4.0 215 3.4

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Jamie Wollin

5-9 | Senior | Wing Litchfield, Minn. | Litchfield H.S.

2011-2012: Junior ... appeared in all 25 games, including 17 starts ... averaged 5.8 points per game and led the team with 5.2 rebounds per game ... added 35 steals and 32 assists ... shot 40% from the floor and 80% from the free throw line ... scored a career-high 13 points in a loss to Gustavus on Jan. 11.



2010-2011: Sophomore ... appeared in all 27 games for CSB, averaging 11.1 minutes per game and recorded 84 points for an average of 3.1 points per game. She led the Blazers with a .485 field-goal percentage and pulled down 40 rebounds for 1.5 rebounds per game Wollin scored a career-high nine points on Dec. 6 against Hamline. 2009-2010: First-year ... appeared in 10 games for the Blazers. She totaled 13 rebounds, 11 points, and two assists. She was named the JV Most Improved Player. High School: A 2009 graduate of Litchfield High School, Wollin was coached by Bill Huhner. She participated in basketball (4 years), volleyball (4 years) and track and field (6 years) during her athletic career at Litchfield. She was a two-time all-conference honoree, as well as all-conference honorable mention, allarea, all-section and all-state honorable mention. She is the all-time leading scorer at Litchfield High School with 1,438 career points. Wollin was also three time all-conference and two time all-area in volleyball and all-conference in track. Personal: Wollin is the daughter Carla and Jeff Wollin of Litchfield, MN. She is a former Blazer basketball camper. Her mom played college basketball at Mankato State. Wollin enjoys rollerblading, water activities, basketball and volleyball. She is majoring in elementary education.

Year G FGM-FGA 11-12 25 47-117 10-11 27 32-66 09-10 10 3-12 Totals 62 82-195

FG% 3PT-3PA .402 13-36 .485 10-22 .250 0-3 .421 23-61

3FG% FTM-FTA .361 37-46 .455 10-16 .000 5-9 .377 52-71

Tish Alexander



FT % REB RPG A TO ST TP PPG .804 130 5.2 28 32 35 144 5.8 .625 41 1.5 12 13 17 84 3.1 .556 13 1.3 2 0 0 11 1.1 .732 184 3.0 42 45 52 239 3.9

5-9 | Junior | Wing Minneapolis, Minn. | Benilde-St. Margaret’s

2011-2012: Sophomore ... appeared in all 25 games, including seven starts ... averaged 19.7 minutes per game ... tallied 6.7 points and 2.5 rebounds per game ... compiled .400 shooting percentage and a .430 three-point shooting percentage ... led the team with 2.0 steals per game ... scored career-high 15 points twice - Jan. 11 against Gustavus and Feb. 4 at Hamline ... went 5-5 from beyond the arc in the win against Hamline on Feb. 4. 2010-2011: First-year ... member of the JV team. High School: A 2010 graduate of Benilde-St. Margaret’s, Alexander was coached by Bob Lyons. She participated in basketball (four years) and track and field (three years) during her athletic career at BenildeSt. Margaret’s. She was all-state and made the all-state tournament team in basketball. She was also all-state honorable mention, all-conference and all-conference honorable mention in basketball. Alexander was an all-conference athlete in track and field as well. Personal: Alexander is the daughter of Kathleen and Phillip Alexander of Minneapolis, MN. She enjoys painting and music. She is majoring in psychology with a minor in Spanish.

Year G FGM-FGA 11-12 25 62-155 10-11 5 3-5 Totals 30 65-160

FG% 3PT-3PA .400 34-79 .600 1-2 .406 35-81

3FG% FTM-FTA .430 10-27 .500 2-4 .432 12-31

FT % REB .370 62 .500 1 .387 63

RPG A TO 2.5 37 44 0.2 4 4 2.1 41 48

ST 51 0 51

TP PPG 168 6.7 9 1.8 177 5.9

Brianna Barrett



5-7 | Junior | Wing Annandale, Minn. | Annandale H.S.

2011-2012: Sophomore ... appeared in all 25 games, including 10 starts ... averaged 20.7 minutes per game ... recorded 10.0 points and 2.7 rebounds per game ... led the team with 251 total points ... shot .470 from the field ... scored a career-high 18 points in a loss to Gustavus on Dec. 10 ... perfect 6-6 from the floor in a win over Bethel on Feb. 8. 2010-2011: First-year ... member of the JV team. High School: A 2010 graduate of Annandale High School, Barrett was coached by Rob Tengwall. She participated in basketball (four years), volleyball (four years) and track (four years) during her athletic career at Annandale. She was a multiple all-conference recipient in basketball, volleyball and track. She was allstate honorable mention in basketball and scored over 1000 points during her basketball career. Barrett was a St. Cloud Times all-area team selection in basketball and volleyball. She was also all-state honorable mention and an AAA all-star participant in basketball. Along with being an Academic All-State selection, she was a state participant in basketball and track, including a second place finish in the 100 meter dash. Personal: Barrett is the daughter of Julie and John Barrett of Annandale, MN. She enjoys playing and watching sports, spending time on the lake and reading. She is majoring in elementary education.

Year G FGM-FGA 11-12 25 93-198 10-11 5 4-7 Totals 30 97-205

FG% 3PT-3PA .470 14-47 .571 2-2 .473 16-49

3FG% FTM-FTA .298 51-65 1.000 1-3 .327 52-68

Marisa Amacher

FT % REB .785 67 .333 1 .765 68

RPG A TO 2.7 21 44 0.2 1 1 2.3 22 45

ST 21 1 22

TP PPG 251 10.0 11 2.2 262 8.7

5-3 | Sophomore | Point Guard Faribault, Minn. | Faribault H.S.

2011-2012: First year ... Member of the JV team.



Year G 11-12 5 Totals 5

High School: A 2011 graduate of Faribault High School, Amacher was coached by Brian Cherwinka. She participated in basketball (four years) and volleyball (four years) during her athletic career at Faribault. She received all-state academic honors in both basketball and volleyball. She was a captain of the basketball team and was selected to the all-conference honorable mention team. Personal: Daughter of Kari and Brian Amacher of Faribault, MN. She enjoys working out, outdoor activities and spending time with friends. She is majoring in nutrition and minoring in pre-physical therapy. FGM-FGA FG% 2-9 .222 2-9 .222

3PT-3PA 3FG% 2-5 .400 2-5 .400

FTM-FTA 0-0 0-0

FT % .000 .000

REB 4 4

RPG 0.8 0.8

A 2 2

TO 3 3

ST 1 1

TP 6 6

PPG 1.2 1.2

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Jordan Falk

5-7 | Sophomore | Wing Cedar, Minn. | St. Francis H.S.

2011-2012: First-year ... appeared in 10 games ... averaged 5.3 minutes and 2.5 points per game.



High School: A 2011 graduate of St. Francis High School, Falk was coached by Jen Close. She participated in basketball (five years), soccer (five years) and track and field (one year) during her athletic career at St. Francis High School. She was academic all-conference in basketball and soccer and three-time allconference in basketball. Falk was all-conference honorable mention in soccer and was a team captain for her basketball and soccer teams. Personal: Falk is the daughter of Monica and Joe Falk of Cedar, MN. She enjoys the outdoors and spending time with family and friends. She is majoring in pyschology.

Year G 11-12 10 Totals 10

FGM-FGA FG% 8-16 .500 8-16 .500

3PT-3PA 3FG% 3-7 .429 3-7 .429

Jessica Fischer

FTM-FTA 6-7 6-7

FT % .857 .857

REB 4 4

RPG 0.4 0.4

A 9 9

TO 7 7

ST 3 3

TP 25 25

PPG 2.5 2.5

5-3 | Sophomore | Point Guard Redwood Falls, Minn. | Redwood Valley H.S.

2011-2012: First-year ... appeared in 24 games with three starts ... averaged 15.3 minutes per game ... contributed 3.3 points and 1.9 rebounds per game ... scored a career-high nine points in win over Crown on Nov. 28.



High School: A 2011 graduate of Redwood Valley High School, Fischer was coached by Mike Kessler. She participated in basketball (four years), volleyball (four years) and softball (four years) during her athletic career at Redwood Valley. She received all-conference honors in all three sports. She achieved the school record in career assists and also record 1000 digs in volleyball and 1000 points in basketball. Personal: Fischer is the daughter of Mary and Mark Fischer of Redwood Falls, MN. She enjoys sports, walking trails and scrapbooking.

Year G 11-12 24 Totals 24

FGM-FGA FG% 28-72 .389 28-72 .389

3PT-3PA 3FG% 16-43 .372 16-43 .372

FTM-FTA 6-12 6-12

FT % .500 .500

REB 46 46

RPG 1.9 1.9

A 26 26

TO 34 34

ST 11 11

TP 78 78

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Karly Knutson

5-8 | Sophomore | Wing Eden Prairie, Minn. | Eden Prairie H.S.

2011-2012: First-year ... member of the JV team. She was named Most Improved Player (JV).



Year G 11-12 5 Totals 5

High School: A 2011 graduate of Eden Prairie High School, Knutson was coached by Chris Carr. She participated in basketball (four years) and soccer (three years) during her athletic career at Eden Prairie. Knutson served as captain of her basketball team. Personal: Knutson is the daughter of Jeanne and Scott Knutson of Eden Prairie, MN. Cousins of Knutson have attended CSB/SJU. She enjoys painting, swimming, exercising, dancing, being outside and spending time with family and friends. She is majoring in management and communication. FGM-FGA FG% 2-8 .250 2-8 .250

3PT-3PA 3FG% 1-4 .250 1-4 .250

Elena Koch

FTM-FTA 1-4 1-4

FT % .250 .250

REB 0 0

RPG 0.0 0.0

A 2 2

TO 0 0

ST 0 0

TP 6 6

PPG 1.2 1.2

6-0 | Sophomore | Forward Farmington, Minn. | Farmington H.S.

2011-2012: First-year ... appeared in 21 games with 10 starts ... averaged 19.0 minutes per game ... tallied 4.9 points and 3.2 rebounds per game ... recorded a .440 field goal percentage ... scored a career-high 16 points in a loss against St. Thomas on Feb. 1 ... selected Most Improved Player (Varsity).



High School: A 2011 graduate of Farmington High School, Koch was coached by Jason Berg. She participated in basketball (four years) and soccer (three years) during her athletic career at Farmington. She was an all-conference and two-time honorable mention selection in basketball. In soccer she was an all-section and all-conference honorable mention honoree. Koch also served as a two-year captain on the basketball team. Personal: Koch is the daughter of Anna and Curtis Koch of Farmington, MN. She enjoys sports, music and shopping.

Year G 11-12 21 Totals 21

FGM-FGA FG% 40-91 .440 40-91 .440

3PT-3PA 3FG% 0-0 .000 0-0 .000

Emily Lueck

FTM-FTA 23-39 23-39

FT % .590 .590

REB 67 67

RPG 3.2 3.2

A 7 7

TO 26 26

ST 6 6

TP PPG 103 4.9 103 4.9

5-9 | Sophomore | Wing Pequot Lakes, Minn. | Pequot Lakes H.S.

2011-2012: First-year ... appeared in all 25 games, averaging 11.5 minutes per game ... totaled 4.6 points and 1.6 rebounds per game ... scored career-high nine points in a win over St. Scholastica on Nov. 19. High School: A 2011 graduate of Pequot Lakes High School, Lueck was coached by Jon Dale. She participated in basketball (five years), track and field (six years), volleyball (three years) and cross country (one year) during her athletic career at Pequot Lakes. She was all-state and all-state honorable mention, as well as a four-time all-conference selection, scoring 2,000 points in her career. Lueck was also a Miss Basketball candidate.



Personal: Lueck is the daughter of Jana Lueck of Pequot Lakes, MN. She enjoys running, swimming and reading. She is majoring in nutrition/elementary education with a minor in psychology. Year G 11-12 25 Totals 25

FGM-FGA FG% 41-108 .380 41-108 .380

3PT-3PA 3FG% 11-42 .262 11-42 .262

FTM-FTA 23-33 23-33

FT % .697 .697

REB 41 41

RPG 1.6 1.6

A 22 22

TO 34 34

ST 16 16

TP PPG 116 4.6 116 4.6

Sarah Berbos

6-1 | First-year | Center Fullerton, Calif. | Rosary H.S.

High School: A 2012 graduate of Rosary High School, Berbos was coached by Richard Yoon and participated in basketball (four years) and track and field (two years). Berbos was a scholar athlete and was an All-Tournament selection.



Personal: Berbos is the daughter of Pamela and Nick Berbos of Fullerton, Calif. She enjoys snowboarding, music, and traveling. Berbos is majoring in global business leadership with a minor in communication.

Meghan Carter

6-0 | First-year | Forward Las Vegas, Nev. | Bishop Gorman H.S.

High School: A 2012 graduate of Bishop Gorman, Carter was coached by Sheryl Krmpotich and participated in basketball (four years). Carter is a two-time MVP and was named team captain her senior season. She is a state tournament participant and a state champion in basketball.



Personal: Carter is the daughter of Barbara and Jacob Carter of Las Vegas, Nev. She enjoys hiking, traveling, reading, and spending time with family and friends. Carter is majoring in biology.

Andi Houck

5-11 | First-year | Forward Superior, Colo. | Centaurus H.S.

High School: A 2012 graduate of Centaurus High School, Houck was coached by Jeff Jackson and participated in basketball (four years) and track (one year). Houck was a two-time captain in basketball and is a two-time first team All-League selection. She was named to the All-State team and was MVP.



Personal: Houck is the daughter of Jane and Dan Houck of Superior, Colo. She enjoys swimming, reading, and spending time with family and friends.

Sydney Hughes



High School: A 2012 graduate of Charles Wright High Academy, Hughes was coached by Kate Rue and participated in basketball (four years), volleyball (four years), and track and field (one year). Hughes was named first team All-League in basketball and was named team captain her senior season. She was the rebounding leader in her final season and led her team in points her junior and senior year. Personal: Hughes is the daughter of Marcella and Kelly Hughes of Olympia, Wash. She enjoys drawing, reading, writing, and playing video games. Hughes is majoring in computer science with a minor in art.

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5-9 | First-year | Forward Arden Hills, Minn. | Mounds View H.S.

High School: A 2012 graduate of Mounds View High School, Hultberg was coached by Dave Montgomery and participated in soccer (four years) and basketball (four years). Hultberg was an All-Conference Honorable Mention and an All-Conference Selection in soccer, as well was as a team captain and an All-State Honorable Mention in 2011. She earned All-Conference Honorable Mention honors twice in basketball and was named team captain her senior season. Personal: Hultberg is the daughter of Michelle and Scot Hultberg of Arden Hills, Minn. She enjoys reading, the outdoors, and spending time with family and friends.

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6-6 | First-year | Center Olympia, Wash. | Charles Wright Academy

6-0 | First-year | Forward Pequot Lakes, Minn. | Pequot Lakes H.S.

High School: A 2012 graduate of Pequot Lakes High School, Lueck was coached by John Dale and participated in volleyball (three years), cross country (one year), basketball (four years), and track (four years). Lueck is a three-time All-Conference nomination in basketball and was the 2012 Pequot Lakes area player of the year. She was named to the All-State team in basketball and was the Area player of the year her senior season. Personal: Lueck is the daughter of Jana and the late John Lueck. Her sister Emily attends CSB|SJU and is a member of the Blazer basketball team. Lueck enjoys basketball, reading, anything on the water, and spending time with family. Majoring in global business leadership with minors in accounting and finance.

Ingrid Pfefferle

6-0 | First-year | Forward Northfield, Minn. | Northfield H.S.

High School: A 2012 graduate of Northfield High School, Pfefferle was coached by Tony Mathison and participated in soccer (four years), basketball (four years), and track and field (four years). Pfefferle was a two-time basketball captain at Northfield.



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2011-12 MIAC Standings # School 1. St. Thomas 2. Gustavus 3. Concordia 4. St. Olaf 5. Saint Mary’s 6. Bethel 7. Augsburg 8. Saint Benedict Macalester 10. Hamline 11. Carleton 12. St. Catherine

MIAC 22-0 17-5 15-7 14-8 13-9 12-10 11-11 10-12 10-12 6-16 2-20 0-22

Overall 31-2 20-7 18-9 17-9 14-13 14-12 14-11 13-12 12-13 7-18 3-22 1-24

2011-12 All-MIAC Team Player Akemi Arzouman Whitney Canton Molly Geske Serenae Levine Colleen Ruane

Team Yr. Pos. Hometown Carleton Jr. G Irvine, Calif. Saint Benedict Jr. G Pine Island, Minn. Gustavus Sr. G Mendota Hts, Minn. Augsburg Sr. G Eden Prairie, Minn. Gustavus Sr. G Edina, Minn. Holly Schiedermayer Macalester Sr. F Waupaca, Minn. Taylor Sheley Bethel Sr. G Backus, Minn. Sarah Smith St. Thomas Sr. C Grand Forks, N.D. Tricia Sorensen Concordia Jr. F Bismark, N.D. Jamie Stefely Saint Mary’s Jr. F Lisle, Ill. Emily Thesing Concordia Jr. G Brainerd, Minn. Jessica Thone Saint Mary’s Jr. G Woodbury, Minn. Maggie Weiers St. Thomas So. C New Prague, Minn. Mackenzie Wolter St. Olaf Jr. G Norwood, Minn. Taylor Young St. Thomas So. F Edina, Minn.

2011-12 All-MIAC Honorable Mention Team Player Ali Johnson Alexandra Lippert Kara Poirier Jessica Rene

Team St. Thomas Concordia Hamline Macalester Abby Rothenbuehler Gustavus Jordan Sammons Hamline Kelly Swenson Bethel Skylar Tsutsui Carleton Brittany Zins Augsburg

Yr. Pos. Hometown Sr. F St. Louis Park, Minn. So. C Willmar, Minn. Jr. G Eau Claire, Wis. Sr. G Eau Claire, Wis. Jr. F North Mankato, Minn. Fr. G Burnsville, Minn. Jr. G Dawson, Minn. Fr. G Northridge, Calif. Jr. F Bloomington, Minn.

2011-12 MIAC All-Defensive Team Player Kelly Brandenburg Courtney Euerle Colleen Ruane Kelly Swenson Brittany Webber

Team St. Thomas Saint Mary’s Gustavus Bethel St. Olaf

Yr. Pos. So. G So. C Sr. G Jr. G So. G

Hometown Brookfield, Wis. Litchfield, Minn. Edina, Minn. Dawson, Minn. St. Louis Park,

Player Sarina Baker Alley Fisher Jordan Sammons Anna Smith Skylar Tsutsui

Team St. Catherine Concordia Hamline St. Thomas Carleton

Yr. Pos. Hometown Fy. F Plymouth, Minn. Fy. G Fargo, N.D. Fy. G Burnsville, Minn. Fy. F Bloomington, Minn. Fy. G Northridge, Calif.

2011-12 MIAC All-Sportsmanship Team Augsburg - Nikki Borkhuis (Sr., Watertown, S.D.) Bethel - Nicole Berscheid (So. Holdingford, Minn.) Carleton - Megan Bakken (Jr., Waterville, Minn.) Concordia - Andrea Benjamin (Sr., Tuscon, Ariz.) Gustavus - Collen Ruane (Sr., Edina, Minn.s) Hamline - Kara Poirier (Jr., Eau Claire, Wis.) Macalester - Shannon Rene (Sr., Eau Claire, Wis.) Saint Benedict - Cassie Dorschner (Sr., Kasson, Minn.) St. Catherine - Megan Zillmer (Sr., Crosby, Minn.) Saint Mary’s - Emily Dewitt (Sr., Lino Lakes, Minn.) St. Olaf - Erin Haglund (Jr., Hastings, Minn.) St. Thomas - Haley Loesch (Sr., Northfield, Minn.)

2011-12 MIAC Statistical Leaders (conf. games) SCORING Player 1. Taylor Sheley 2. Sarina Baker 3. Akemi Arzouman 4. Holly Schiedermayer 5. Jordan Sammons


FIELD GOAL PCT (Min. 3.0 made per game) Player Team 1. Sam Larsen CSB 2. Sarah Smith UST 3. Holly Schiedermayer MAC 4. Courtney Euerle SMU 5. Jamie Stefely SMU ASSISTS Player 1. Jessica Thone 2. Serenae Levine 3. Jenny Ramey 4. Mackenzie Wolter 5. Je’Naya Brown


G 22 22 22 22 22

Pts 429 354 335 334 325

Avg/G 19.5 16.1 15.2 15.2 14.8

G FG FGA 22 78 134 20 65 118 22 134 257 22 83 170 22 124 254 G Assists 22 103 22 86 22 81 22 70 22 69

Pct .582 .551 .521 .488 .488

Avg/G 4.68 3.91 3.68 3.18 3.14

FREE THROW PCT (Min. 2.0 made per game) Player Team G FTM FTA 1. Alley Fisher CC 22 48 52 2. Taylor Young UST 22 76 89 3. Taylor Sheley BU 22 84 101 4. Mackenzie Wolter STO 22 70 87 5. Maggie Weiers UST 22 74 92 STEALS Player 1. Colleen Ruane 2. Serenae Levine Maggie Wood Mackenzie Wolter Je’Naya Brown

Team G Steals GAC 22 66 AUG 22 54 MAC 22 54 STO 22 54 HU 22 54

3-POINT FG PCT (Min. 1.0 made per game) Player Team G 3FG FGA 1. Tish Alexander CSB 22 29 68 2. Ali Johnson UST 22 34 81 3. Jessica Rene MAC 22 43 108 4. Alicia Montbriand BU 22 27 68 5. Molly Geske GAC 22 31 80

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS Player Team G No. Avg/G 1. Brittany Zins AUG 21 72 3.43 2. Holly Schiedermayer MAC 22 60 2.73 3. Sarah Smith UST 20 54 2.70 4. Kiah Dalquist BU 21 56 2.67 5. Abby Rothenbuehler GAC 22 57 2.59 Pct .923 .854 .832 .805 .804

Avg/G 3.00 2.45 2.45 2.45 2.45

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS Player Team 1. Abby Rothenbuehler GAC 2. Jordan Sammons HU Jamie Stefely SMU 4. Holly Schiedermayer MAC 5. Megan Meads CAR MINUTES PLAYED Player 1. Serenae Levine 2. Skylar Tsutsui 3. Akemi Arzouman 4. Taylor Sheley 5. Jenny Ramey

Pct .426 .420 .398 .397 .388

3-POINT FG MADE Player 1. Steph Pilgrim 2. Skylar Tsutsui 3. Taylor Sheley 4. Jessica Rene 5. Kara Poirier

Team G 3FG Avg/G HU 22 62 2.82 CAR 22 49 2.23 BU 22 47 2.14 MAC 22 43 1.95 HU 22 42 1.91

BLOCKED SHOTS Player 1.Alexandra Lippert 2.Adele Simerson-Wallf 3.Veronika Jakubovie 4.Abby Rothenbuehler 5.Courtney Euerle

Team G Blocks CC 22 42 SCU 20 32 HU 19 28 GAC 22 23 SMU 22 21

Avg/G 1.91 1.60 1.47 1.05 0.95

ASSIST/TURNOVER RATIO (Min. 1.0 assists/game) Player Team G Asst Avg Turn Avg Ratio 1. Mackenzie Wolter STO 22 70 3.2 51 2.3 1.37 2. Serenae Levine AUG 22 86 3.9 66 3.0 1.30 3. Jessica Thone SMU 22 103 4.7 101 4.6 1.02 4. Je’Naya Brown HU 22 69 3.1 77 3.5 0.90 5. Jenny Ramey CAR 22 81 3.7 103 4.7 0.79 Elena Koch‘15

G No. Avg/G 22 121 5.50 22 116 5.27 22 116 5.27 22 114 5.18 21 107 5.10

Team G AUG 22 CAR 22 CAR 22 BU 22 CAR 22

Min. Avg/G 778 35.36 756 34.36 747 33.95 746 33.91 741 33.68

Blazer Individual Career Records

CAREER SCORING 1. Laura Wendorff 1996-00 1,775 2. Michelle Barlau 1999-03 1,731 3. Joyce Spanier 1987-91 1,661 4. Kelly Mahlum 1989-93 1,612 5. Anna Heikenen 2002-06 1,515 6. Tina Kampa 1991-95 1,346 7. Mickey Jurewicz 1987-91 1,334 8. Robyn Ruschmeier 1995-99 1,281 9. Amy Stifter 2007-11 1,204 10. Kim Johnson 2001-05 1,178 11. Kim Krize 1985-88 1,149 12. Molly Mark 1996-00 1,120 13. Jill Literski 1992-96 1,075 14. Jennifer Nash 1982-85 1,071 15. Ashley Brown 2000-04 1,056 16. Danni Hannon 1999-03 1,054 17. Lynn Nielsen 1989-93 1,040 18. Heather Gillund 2007-11 1,024 CAREER ASSISTS 1. Patty Mayer 2. Kelly Mahlum 3. Molly Mark

1985-89 1989-93 1996-00

510 394 336

CAREER STEALS 1. Molly Mark 2. Michelle Barlau 3. Joyce Spanier 4. Kelly Mahlum

1996-00 1999-03 1987-91 1989-93

314 251 198 187

CAREER FG MADE 1. Laura Wendorff 2. Joyce Spanier 3. Kelly Mahlum 4. Michelle Barlau 5. Mickey Jurewicz

1996-00 1987-91 1989-93 1999-03 1987-91

745 678 597 590 574

CAREER FREE THROWS MADE 1. Anna Heikenen 2002-06 380 2. Michelle Barlau 1999-03 371 3. Laura Wendorff 1996-00 285 4. Kelly Mahlum 1989-93 276 5. Robyn Ruschmeier 1995-99 267 CAREER 3PT FG MADE 1. Ashley Brown 2000-04 186 2. Michelle Barlau 1999-03 180 3. Kelly Mahlum 1989-93 142 4. Heidi Schwichtenberg 1995-99 125 5. Molly Mark 1996-00 117 CAREER REBOUNDS 1. Ashley Brown 2000-04 186 2. Michelle Barlau 1999-03 180 3. Amy Stifter 2007-11 151 4. Kelly Mahlum 1989-93 142 5. Heidi Schwichtenberg 1995-99 125

Blazer Individual Season Records Blazer Individual Game Records SCORING 1. Anna Heikenen 2004-05 2. Michelle Barlau 2002-03 3. Joyce Spanier 1988-89 4. Joyce Spanier 1990-91 5. Kelly Mahlum 1992-93 6. Laura Wendorff 1998-99 7. Michelle Barlau 2001-02 8. Kelly Mahlum 1991-92 9. Anna Heikenen 2005-06 10. Laura Wendorff 1997-98 11. Jennifer Nash 1984-85 12. Anna Heikenen 2003-04 13. Michelle Barlau 2000-01 14. Laura Wendorff 1996-97 15. Robyn Ruschmeier 1998-99 16. Laura Wendorff 1999-00

514 495 484 483 480 476 467 466 455 450 445 435 439 427 423 422

REBOUNDING 1. Missy Sutcliffe 2. Laura Wendorff 3. Kim Krize 4. Laura Wendorff

1984-85 1996-97 1987-88 1997-98

300 290 289 283

FG MADE 1. Anna Heikenen 2. Joyce Spanier 3. Laura Wendorff 4. Laura Wendorff 5. Kelly Mahlum 6. Laura Wendorff 7. Mickey Jurewicz 8. Laura Wendorff

2004-05 1988-89 1998-99 1997-98 1992-93 1999-00 1989-90 1996-97

183 211 205 187 184 178 176 175

ASSISTS 1. Patty Mayer 2. Rita Miller

1986-87 1989-90

166 158

STEALS 1. Molly Mark 2. Molly Mark 3. Molly Mark 4. Michelle Barlau 5. Rita Miller 6. Joyce Spanier 7. Joyce Spanier

1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 2002-03 1989-90 1989-90 1988-89

95 88 86 70 68 68 66

FREE THROWS MADE 1. Anna Heikenen 2004-05 2. Heather Gillund 2009-10 3. Anna Heikenen 2005-06 4. Michelle Barlau 2000-01 5. Michelle Barlau 2002-03 6. Robyn Ruschmeier 1998-99 7. Anna Heikenen 2003-04 8. Lynn Neilson 1991-92 9. Darby Noreen 2004-05 10. Amy Stifter 2010-11

145 117 115 111 106 102 100 99 98 96

3PT FG MADE 1 Joyce Spanier 2 Michelle Barlau 3 Darby Noreen 4 Danni Hannon 5 Ashley Brown 6 Ashley Brown 7. Kelly Mahlum

1990-91 2001-02 2005-06 2001-02 2003-04 2001-02 1992-93

61 58 56 54 52 52 52

POINTS 1. Jennifer Nash 2. Anna Heikenen 3. Anna Heikenen 4. Michelle Barlau 5. Anna Heikenen 6. Mickey Jurewicz 7. Tina Kampa 8. Kelly Mahlum 9. Lynn Neilsen 10. Anna Heikenen

39 35 35 34 33 32 32 32 32 32

Viterbo 03/01/85 Hamline 02/12/05 Ohio Northern 11/18/05 Concordia 02/24/03 Concordia 12/08/03 Minnesota Morris 11/27/90 St. Scholastica 11/94 Macalester 01/11/93 St. Olaf 12/07/91 Bethel 12/08/04

REBOUNDS 1. Sue Klein 21 Bethel 2. Mickey Jurewicz 21 Hamline 3. Kim Johnson 20 St. Catherine

02/03/82 02/13/91 02/02/05

ASSISTS 1. Rita Miller 2. Patty Mayer 3. Ashley Brown

01/06/90 01/21/89 12/08/03

13 Hamline 12 Bethel 12 Concordia

STEALS 1. Jennifer Nash 18 Viterbo 03/01/85 2. Mickey Jurewicz 14 Minnesota Morris 11/27/90 FREE THROWS MADE 1. Anna Heikenen 13 Concordia 02/23/05 2. Michelle Barlau 12 Saint Mary’s 01/20/01 3. Kelly Mahlum 11 UW-Stevens Point 11/21/91 4. Amy Mouat 11 UW-Stevens Point 11/21/91 5. Lynn Neilson 11 Macalester 02/12/92 6. Robyn Ruschmeier 11 Concordia 12/12/98 7. Heidi Schwichtenberg 11 UW-Stout 12/28/91 8. Michelle Barlau 11 Carleton 01/19/03 9. Darby Noreen 11 St. Olaf 01/26/05 10. Anna Heikenen 11 Simpson 03/01/05 3PT FG Made 1. Mindy Schmidt 2. Joyce Spanier 3. Ashley Brown 4. Danni Hannon 5. Kelly Mahlum 6. Abby Spoo

Jessica Fischer ‘15

8 7 6 6 6 6

Carleton Macalester Hamline Carleton Concordia St. Olaf

12/06/08 01/09/91 12/13/01 12/25/01 01/07/91 01/09/96

Blazer Team Records MOST POINTS (GAME) 1. 110 St. Catherine 2. 108 Marymount(VA) 3. 106 Macalester 4. 106 Hamline 5. 105 St. Theresa 6. 105 St. Catherine 7. 104 Pine Manor(MA) MOST POINTS (SEASON) 1. 2,387 2. 2,356 3. 2,265 4. 2,215

02/09/00 02/12/93 12/02/00 02/19/92 02/28/85 02/10/99 11/17/00 1992-93 1998-99 2001-02 1991-92

HIGHEST SCORING AVERAGE 1. 79.6 1992-93 2. 79.1 1991-92 3. 78.5 1998-99 HIGHEST REBOUNDING AVERAGE 1. 47.3 (1,227 Total) 1997-98 2. 45.9 (1,239 Total) 1990-91 MOST FT MADE (Game) 1. 36 St Thomas (NY) 2. 33 UW-Stevens Pt. 3. 32 Carleton 4. 31 St. Thomas

11/21/98 11/23/91 11/28/01 03/05/94

MOST FT MADE (Season) 1. 451 2. 448 3. 442 4. 440 5. 427 6. 414

2005-06 1998-99 1994-95 2001-02 2000-01 1996-97

MOST 3-PT FG MADE (Season) 1. 211 2. 196 3. 188 4. 183 5. 172 6. 155 7. 138

BEST 3-PT FG PERCENTAGE (Season) 1. .420 1987-88 2. .384 2001-02 3. .379 2002-03 4. .371 2005-06 MOST ASSISTS (Season) 1. 576 (19.2 avg.) 2. 522 (18.6 avg.)

1992-93 1989-90

MOST STEALS (Game) 1. 30 St. Catherine


MOST STEALS (Season) 1. 401 (16.0 avg.)


FEWEST POINTS ALLOWED (Game) 1. 51.3 (1,488) 1994-95 2. 52.9 (1,376) 1987-88 MOST CONSECUTIVE WINS 1. 28 2. 23 3. 21

BEST FG PERCENTAGE (Season) 1. .488 (937-1,919) 1992-93 2. .486 (819-1,686) 1988-89 3. .470 (846-1,781) 1998-99 BEST FT PERCENTAGE (Season) 1. .751 (401-534) 1992-93 2. .733 (373-509) 1993-94 3. .727 (451-620) 2005-06 MOST 3-PT FG MADE (Game) 1. 14 Carleton 2. 13 Carleton 3. 13 Augsburg 4. 12 Saint Mary’s 5. 12 St. Catherine 6. 12 Saint Mary’s 7. 12 St. Olaf

02/21/01 12/06/95 02/03/96 02/16/02 01/23/02 02/19/01 02/05/03

Brianna Barrett ‘14

2001-02 2004-05 2008-09 2002-03 2000-01 2005-06 1995-96

1992-93 1994-95 1997-98

Conference/National Individual Awards MIAC PLAYER OF THE YEAR Anna Heikenen 2005-06 Michelle Barlau 2002-03 Laura Wendorff 1998-99 Danielle Guse 1994-95 NCAA DIVISION III KODAK ALL-AMERICAN Anna Heikenen Laura Wendorff Kelly Mahlum Joyce Spanier Jennifer Nash

2005-05 1998-99 1992-93 1990-91 1984-85

NCAA DIVISION III KODAK ALL-AMERICA HONORABLE MENTION Amy Stifter 2010-11 Anna Heikenen 2004-05 Michelle Barlau 2000-01 Laura Wendorff 1999-00 Laura Wendorff 1997-98 Tina Kampa 1994-95 Jill Literski 1995-96 VERIZON ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICAN Michelle Barlau 2001-02 Blazer Individual Player Awards MOST VALUABLE PLAYER VARSITY Whitney Canton 2011-12 Amy Stifter 2010-11 Heather Gillund 2009-10 Amy Stifter 2009-10 Ariel Tauer 2008-09 Ariel Tauer 2007-08 Ellie Boone 2006-07 Anna Heikenen 2005-06 Anna Heikenen 2004-05 Anna Heikenen 2003-04 Michelle Barlau 2002-03 Michelle Barlau 2001-02 Michelle Barlau 2000-01 Laura Wendorff 1999-00 Robyn Ruschmeier 1998-99 Laura Wendorff 1997-98 Laura Wendorff 1996-97 Jill Literski 1995-96 Danielle Guse 1994-95 Danielle Guse 1993-94 Kelly Mahlum 1992-93 Kelly Mahlum 1991-92 Joyce Spanier 1990-91 Deb Schultz 1989-90 Patty Mayer 1988-89 Kim Krize 1987-88 Kim Krize 1986-87 Kim Krize 1985-86 Jennifer Nash 1984-85 Charlotte Kramer 1983-84 Jennifer Nash 1983-84 Jennifer Nash 1982-83 Sue Klein 1981-82

COACHES AWARD Cassie Dorschner Abby Richardson Mindy Schmidt Nikki Carter Mindy Schmidt Nikki Carter Darby Noreen Kim Johnson Laura Zwach Danni Hannon Mia Peterson Ashley Brown Jenny Blaser Molly Mark Shana Vifian Lori Voit Stephanie Schug Tina Kampa Colleen Carey Janine Mettling Colleen Carey Mickey Jurewicz Joyce Spanier Mary Fischer Pam Hartford Teresa Erpenbach Missy Sutcliffe

2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1987-88 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84

MOST IMPROVED PLAYER Elena Koch Morgan Dale Laura Canton Amy Stifter Danielle Frank Mackenzie O’Neil Jaime Goehner Katie Kempe Tara Schloe Jill Podgorski Tara Schloe Danni Hannon Kelley Schmidt Mia Peterson Beth Holbrook Jenny Blaser Kelly Dolan Lori Voit Kelly Sauer Danielle Guse Tina Kampa Janine Mettling Kelly Wandmacher Mickey Jurewicz Patty Mayer Kathy Krize Mary Fischer Jeanne Notsch Pam Eaton Pam Hartford

2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-97 1985-86 1984-85 1984-85 1983-84

2011-2012 Blazer Leaders Points G Pts Pts/G 1. Brianna Barrett 25 251 10.0 2. Whitney Canton 23 236 10.3 3. Sam Larsen 25 204 8.2 4. Tish Alexander 25 168 6.7 5. Jamie Wollin 25 144 5.8 Field Goal % Made Att. 1. Sam Larsen 88 153 2. Brianna Barrett 93 198 3. Elena Koch 40 91 4. Jamie Wollin 47 117 5. Tish Alexander 62 155 Field Goals Made 1. Brianna Barrett 2. Sam Larsen 3. Whitney Canton 4. Tish Alexander 5. Jamie Wollin

G Made Made/G 25 93 3.7 25 88 3.5 23 88 3.8 25 62 2.5 25 47 1.9

3PT % Made Att. 1. Tish Alexander 34 79 2. Jessica Fischer 16 43 3. Jamie Wollin 13 36 4. Brianna Barrett 14 47 5. Cassie Dorschner 11 39 3PT Made 1. Tish Alexander 2. Jessica Fischer 3. Brianna Barrett 4. Jamie Wollin 5. Emily Lueck

% .575 .470 .440 .402 .400

% .430 .372 .361 .298 .282

Assists 1. Whitney Canton 2. Cassie Dorschner 3. Tish Alexander 4. Jamie Wollin 5. Sam Larsen

G No. A/G 23 39 1.7 22 37 1.7 25 37 1.5 25 28 1.1 25 27 1.1

Steals 1. Tish Alexander 2. Jamie Wollin 3. Whitney Canton 4. Cassie Dorschner 5. Sam Larsen

G No. S/G 25 51 2.0 25 35 1.4 23 32 1.4 22 25 1.1 25 24 1.0

Blocked Shots G No. Blk/G 1. Sam Larsen 25 24 1.0 2. Elena Koch 21 12 0.6 3. Tish Alexander 25 12 0.5 4. Whitney Canton 23 10 0.4 5. Kailyn Wilcox 10 7 0.7 Minutes Played Whitney Canton Sam Larsen Brianna Barrett Jamie Wollin Cassie Dorschner

G Made Made/G 25 34 1.4 24 16 0.7 25 14 0.6 25 13 0.5 25 11 0.4

Free Throw % Made Att. 1. Jamie Wollin 37 46 2. Cassie Dorschner 33 42 3. Brianna Barrett 51 65 4. Whitney Canton 53 74 5. Emily Lueck 23 33

% .804 .786 .785 .716 .697

Free Throws Made 1. Whitney Canton 2. Brianna Barrett 3. Jamie Wollin 4. Cassie Dorschner 5. Sam Larsen

G Made Made/G 23 53 2.3 25 51 2.0 25 37 1.5 22 33 1.5 25 28 1.1

Rebounds 1. Jamie Wollin 2. Sam Larsen 3. Whitney Canton 4. Brianna Barrett 5. Elena Koch

G Reb Reb/G 25 130 5.2 25 114 4.6 23 67 2.9 25 67 2.7 21 67 3.2 Emily Lueck ‘15

G Min. Min./G 23 546 23.7 25 541 21.6 25 517 20.7 25 507 20.3 22 491 22.3




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1986 Kim Krize is named All-MIAC. Pam Hartford and Pam Eaton are All-MIAC Honorable Mention. The Blazers finished with an 8-14 MIAC record. Mike Durbin named head coach following season. 1987 The Blazers finished with a 17-9 overall record and finished fourth in the MIAC with a 15-7 mark. Kim Krize and Pam Eaton receive All-MIAC honors. Kathy Krize, Mary Fischer and Patty Mayer are All-MIAC Honorable Mention. 1988 The Blazers finished with a 20-6 overall record and a 17-5 MIAC mark. Kim Krize breaks the school record for most career points with 1,149. She is named All-MIAC for the third time along with Patty Mayer. Pam Eaton and Mary Fischer earn All-MIAC Honorable Mention.

Morgan Dale ‘13

1989 The Blazers basketball team posts a 23-5 overall record, wins its first MIAC championship with a 17-5 conference mark and receives an automatic bid to the NCAA Division III Regional Tournament. Mike Durbin is named MIAC Coach of The Year. Joyce Spanier breaks the school record for most points in a season with 484 and earns All-MIAC. Patty Mayer and Mickey Jurewicz also earn AllMIAC.

photo by Jeanne Pahl

1973 Basketball becomes an intercollegiate sport at CSB led by Carol Anges. The team created a schedule, made T-shirts and practiced in the small gym (Murray Hall). 1977 Sue Werner becomes head coach. 1978 Richard Jochman becomes head coach. 1981 Bryan Hill becomes head coach. 1983 Lynne Williams becomes head coach. Teresa Erpenbach and Jennifer Nash earn All-Conference (MWCC) honors. 1984 The Blazers win their first MWCC tournament championship. Jennifer Nash and Charlotte Kramer earn All-MWCC honors. Missy Sutcliffe is named All-MWCC Honorable Mention. 1985 Claire Lynch Hall opens in January. The Blazers compete in the first intercollegiate contest in February. CSB begins play in the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC) and the NCAA. Jennifer Nash finishes her career with 1,071 points and becomes the first member of the Blazer 1,000 Point Club. She also breaks the school record for points in a game with 39 vs. Viterbo and is named NCAA Division III Kodak All-American and All-MIAC. Teresa Erpenbach and Missy Sutcliffe are also named All-MIAC. Charlotte Kramer and Jeanne Notsch earn All-MIAC Honorable Mention.

1990 The Blazers finished with a 21-7 overall record including a 16-4 conference record and returned to the NCAA Tournament. Joyce Spanier, Mickey Jurewicz and Deb Schultz receive All-MIAC honors. Kelly Mahlum and Rita Miller earn All-MIAC Honorable Mention. 1991 The Blazers posted a 20-7 overall record with a conference record of 14-6 and returned to the NCAA Tournament. Joyce Spanier becomes the first Blazer athlete to be named First-Team Kodak All-American. She finishes her collegiate career with 1,661 points and earns All-MIAC honors for the third time. Mickey Jurewicz finishes her career with 1,334 points and earns All-MIAC honors. Kelly Mahlum is named All-MIAC Honorable Mention. 1992 The Blazers finished with a 22-6 overall record including a 17-3 MIAC record and return to the NCAA Tournament. After finishing fourth in the MIAC, they make it to the Sweet Sixteen of the NCAA Tournament. Kelly Mahlum and Lynn Nielsen earn All-MIAC honors. Tina Kampa and Colleen Carey are named AllMIAC Honorable Mention. 1993 The Blazers posted a perfect 25-0 regular season, win the MIAC Championship and made their first-ever appearance to the NCAA Division III Women’s Basketball National Championships (Final Four). Kelly Mahlum finishes her career at CSB with 1,612 points and is named First-Team Kodak All-American. She also earns All-MIAC honors along with Lynn Nielsen (who finishes her career with 1,040 points) and Tina Kampa. Colleen Carey and Janine Mettling receive All-MIAC Honorable Mention. Mike Durbin is recognized as MIAC, District 8 and Converse Division III National Coach of the Year.

Tish Alexander ‘14

1998 The Blazers posted a 25-2 overall record. They earn a conference championship with a 21-1 record. The Blazers advanced to the Sweet Sixteen of the NCAA Tournament. Laura Wendorff is named Kodak All-American Honorable Mention and All-MIAC. Molly Mark is also named All-MIAC. Robyn Ruschmeier and Jenny Blaser earn All-MIAC Honorable Mention. Mike Durbin is named MIAC Co-Coach of the Year and NCAA Division III National Coach of the Year for the second time. 1999 The Blazers become the first team or individual in CSB history to compete for a National Championship after earning their fifth conference championship and posting a 28-2 overall record and a 21-1 MIAC record. The team finishes in second place behind Washington University (Mo.). Laura Wendorff is named Kodak AllAmerican, All-MIAC, MIAC Player of the Year, Women’s DIII News All-American and Columbus Multimedia All-American West Region Player of the Year. Robyn Ruschmeier finishes her career with 1,281 points, is named to the NCAA Final Four All-Tournament Team, All-MIAC, and Third-Team GTE CoSIDA Academic AllAmerican. Molly Mark is also named to the NCAA All-Tournament Team and AllMIAC. Jenny Blaser is named All-MIAC Honorable Mention. Mike Durbin earns his 300th career win against Concordia-Moorhead. 2000 The Blazers posted a 20-5 overall record and finished second in the MIAC with a 19-3 mark. The Blazers fail to advance to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in 12 years. Laura Wendorff, Molly Mark and Michelle Barlau receive AllMIAC honors. Mia Peterson is named All-MIAC Honorable Mention. Wendorff finishes her career as the all-time leading scorer at CSB with 1,775 points. She is named CoSida Academic All-American Third-Team and Women’s Division III Hoops Online Team of the Year Second-Team. Mark finishes her career at CSB with 1,120 points and holds the record for most career steals (510) most steals in a season (166) and most steals in a game (9).

1994 The Blazers finished with a 22-5 record, a second-place MIAC finish with a 16-4 mark and advance to the Sweet Sixteen of the NCAA Division III Tournament. Tina Kampa and Jill Literski are named All-MIAC. Colleen Carey, Danielle Guse and Sarah Foulkes earn All-MIAC Honorable Mention.

2001 The Blazers finished with a 21-5 overall record and a 19-4 MIAC record. Michelle Barlau earns Kodak All-American Honorable Mention and All-MIAC honors. Danni Hannon is named All-MIAC. Mia Peterson and Andrea Bennett receive All-MIAC Honorable Mention.

1995 The Blazers posted a 27-2 overall record and with the MIAC Championship with a 19-1 conference mark. They advance to the Elite Eight at the NCAA Tournament. Danielle Guse receives MIAC Player of the Year and All-MIAC honors. Tina Kampa finishes her career with 1,346 points, is named Third-Team All-American Honorable Mention, Midwest Sports Channel Division III Women’s Athlete of the Year, NCAA Final Four All-Tournament Team and All-MIAC. Sarah Foulkes receives All-MIAC honors. Jill Literski and Kelly Sauer are named AllMIAC Honorable Mention. Mike Durbin is named MIAC/District 8 Coach of the year.

2002 The Blazers earned an NCAA berth, and MIAC Co-Champions, finishing the year 24-5 overall and 19-3 in the MIAC. Head coach Mike Durbin becomes the winningest coach in MIAC history with his 388th victory on Dec. 1. Michelle Barlau earns Verizon CoSIDA Academic All-American status, along with All-MIAC honors. Danni Hannon also earns All-MIAC honors. Ashley Brown receives AllMIAC Honorable Mention. Kim Johnson was named to the All-MIAC First-Year Team and earns All-MIAC Honorable Mention.

1996 The Blazers posted a 19-7 overall record including a 14-6 MIAC mark and advance to the NCAA Tournament. They finished with the fifth best grade-point average in Division III. Jill Literski finishes her career at CSB with 1,075 points, is named Kodak All-American Honorable Mention and All-MIAC. Robyn Ruschmeier receives All-MIAC Honorable Mention. 1997 The Blazers finished 21-6 overall including a 16-4 conference record and advanced to the NCAA Tournament. Robyn Ruschmeier and Laura Wendorff earn All-MIAC honors. Heidi Schwichtenberg is named All-MIAC Honorable Mention.

2003 The Blazers finished the season 24-3 overall and 20-2 in the MIAC, sharing the MIAC title with Carleton and Gustavus. Senior Danni Hannon becomes the 13th player in school history to reach 1,000 points. Michelle Barlau and Hannon were named to the All-MIAC team while Ashley Brown and Leah Laurich received AllMIAC Honorable Mention. 2004 The Blazers finished the year with a 21-5 overall record and a 19-3 mark within the MIAC. It was a monumental year for head coach Mike Durbin as he recorded his 400th win of his coaching career. Senior Ashley Brown became the 14th player to score 1,000 points in her career (1,056) and also broke the record for most three point baskets made in a career with 186. Anna Heikenen and Kim Johnson were named All-MIAC and Brown was named All-MIAC Honorable Mention.

2005 The Saint Benedict basketball team finished their season 24-5 overall and 16-4 within the MIAC. The Blazers were the No. three seed in the MIAC playoffs and scored big victories against St. Thomas and Concordia-Moorhead in the opening two rounds. A 77-74 win against Carleton propelled the Blazers into the NCAA Division III Tournament. CSB would reach the Sweet Sixteen. Kim Johnson became the 15th player in Blazer history to reach 1,000 points. Anna Heikenen followed Johnson collecting her 1,000th career point. Johnson and Heikenen were named All-MIAC for the second year in a row. Sophomore Darby Noreen was All-MIAC Honorable Mention. 2006 The College of Saint Benedict finished the year with a 21-6 overall record and a 17-4 MIAC mark. CSB collected their ninth MIAC championship in program history. Anna Heikenen received All-American, All-MIAC and MIAC Player of the Year honors. Katie Kempe and Darby Noreen received All-MIAC honors. Firstyear Ariel Tauer was named to the All-MIAC Rookie Team. The Blazers qualified for their 14th NCAA Tournament appearance, but were defeated by Simpson college73-70.

2012 Suffering through an injury-plagued season, the Blazers finished just 13-12 on the year with a 10-12 record to place eighth in the MIAC. Several veterans missed large amounts of the season, with their minutes absorbed by first-years. After a 2-2 start in confernece play, the season was offest by a 2-5 stretch into and out of the semester break. After a dissapointing 73-52 loss to eventual conference champion St. Thomas, the Blazers regrouped to finish the season with three wins in their last five games, winning by over 10 points per game, with the two losses by a combined 10 points. Whitney Canton ended the year averaging 10.3 points per game and was named All-MIAC, while also earning Team MVP honors. First-year Elena Koch, who started 10 games, was named Most Improved Player.

2007 The Saint Benedict basketball team finished their season with a 22-6 overall record and posted a 19-3 record in the MIAC. The Blazers won their second consecutive MIAC title and tenth overall conference championship in program history. CSB also won the MIAC playoff tournament and qualified for their 15th NCAA Tournament appearance. Seniors Ellie Boone and Darby Noreen were awarded All-MIAC honors. Junior Mackenzie O’Neil was selected to the MIAC All-Defensive Team. First-year Mindy Schmidt was named to the MIAC All-First Year Team. O’Neil and sophomore Ariel Tauer were awarded All-MIAC Honorable Mention. 2008 The College of Saint Benedict basketball team finished the season with a 20-6 overall record and a 18-4 mark within the MIAC, which gave them their third consecutive conference title. Sophomore Mindy Schmidt was awarded AllMIAC honors. Juniors Nikki Carter and Ariel Tauer received All-MIAC Honorable Mention honors. First-year Danielle Frank was selected as CSB’s Co-Rookie of the Year, All-MIAC Honorable Mention and MIAC All-First Year Team honors. 2009 The Blazers finished the season with a 26-4 overall record including a 20-2 mark within the MIAC and advance to the NCAA Division III Tournament Sweet Sixteen. Head Coach Mike Durbin wins his 500th game December, 10th against Macalester College. Sophomores Danielle Frank and Amy Stifter receive AllMIAC recognition, while junior Mindy Schmidt is named All-MIAC Honorable Mention and senior Ariel Tauer receives Team MVP honors. 2010 The Blazers tied for first in the MIAC with a 21-6 overall record and an 18-4 conference mark. CSB lost in the conference championship game to St. Thomas and fell short of a NCAA Tournament bid. Juniors Heather Gillund and Amy Stifter earned All-MIAC and team Co-MVP Honors. Gillund was also named to the MIAC All-Defensive team while junior Laura Canton received Honorable Mention AllConference recognition. 2011 The College of Saint Benedict finished third in the MIAC at 20-7 with a 16-6 conference record. This marked the end of five straight conference championships for Mike Durbin and CSB. The Blazers defeated Macalester in the first round of the MIAC Playoffs but fell to eventual champion Concordia-Moorhead in the semifinals. Seniors Heather Gillund and Amy Stifter were named to the All-MIAC team, while Stifter was selected to the All-American Honorable Mention team and was chosen as the team MVP.

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Augsburg College


MInnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference

Location: Minneapolis, Minn. Founded: 1869 Enrollment: 4,054 Nickname: Auggies Colors: Maroon and Gray President: Paul C. Pribbenow Athletic Director: Jeff Swenson Sports Information Director: Don Stoner Athletics Website:

Concordia College Bethel University Location: St. Paul, Minn. Founded: 1947 Enrollment: 6,000 Nickname: Royals Colors: Navy Blue and Vegas Gold President: James H. Barnes III Athletic Director: Bob Bjorklund Sports Information Director: Jared Johnson Athletics Website:

Gustavus Adolphus College Location: St. Peter, Minn. Founded: 1862 Enrollment: 2,536 Nickname: Gusties Colors: Black and Yellow President: Jack Ohle Athletic Director: Tom Brown Sports Information Director: Ethan Armstrong Athletics Website:

St. Catherine University Location: St. Paul, Minn. Founded: 1905 Enrollment: 5,238 Nickname: Wildcats Colors: Purple and Gold President: Dr. Andrea Lee Athletic Director: Eric Stacey Sports Information Director: Sara Eisenhauer Athletics Website:

St. Olaf College Location: Northfield, Minn. Founded: 1874 Enrollment: 2,900 Nickname: Oles Colors: Black and Old Gold President: David R. Anderson Athletic Director: Matt McDonald Sports Information Director: Mike Ludwig Athletics Website:

Location: Moorhead, Minn. Founded: 1891 Enrollment: 2,826 Nickname: Cobbers Colors: Maroon and Gold President: Dr. William J. Craft Athletic Director: Rich Glas Sports Information Director: Jim Cella Athletics Website:

Hamline University Location: St. Paul, Minn. Founded: 1854 Enrollment: 5,166 Nickname: Pipers Colors: Burgundy and Gray President: Linda N. Hanson Athletic Director: Jason Verdugo Sports Information Director: Dave Wright Athletics Website:

Saint Mary’s University Location: Winona, Minn. Founded: 1912 Enrollment: 1,350 Nickname: Cardinals Colors: Red and White President: Br. William Mann Athletic Director: Nikki Fennern Sports Information Director: Donny Nadeau Athletics Website:

St. Thomas University Location: St. Paul, Minn. Founded: 1885 Enrollment: 5,486 Nickname: Tommies Colors: Purple and Gray President: Father Dennis Dease Athletic Director: Steve Fritz Sports Information Director: Gene McGivern Athletics Website:

Athletic Department Administration

Steve Kimble Carol Howe-Veenstra Nicole Hess Athletic Director Asst. Athletic Director, Asst. Athletic Director, Events Compliance

Pat McCabe Athletic Media Relations Director

Deanne Hollermann Mike Durbin Athletic Department Athletic Recruiting Coordinator Coordinator

Nicole Hess Volleyball

Head Coaching Staff

Dr. LuAnn Reif MIAC Faculty Athletic Rep.

Robin Balder-Lanoue Rachael Click Cross Country, Softball Track & Field

Mike Durbin Basketball

Jennifer Kranz Hockey

Scott Larsen Tennis

Jordan Wolfrum Swimming & Divin

Daryl Schomer Golf

Campus Recreation

Steve Kimble Soccer

Athletic Training

Julie Deyak Head Athletic Trainer

Erin Miller Assistant Athletic Trainer

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Marcia Mahlum Director of Campus Recreation

Amanda Anderson Assistant Campus Recreation Director

Matt Stenson Fitness & Stength Coach

It’s the Cows

Join the Blazer team! Throughout this coming academic year over 300 Saint Benedict student-athletes will be part of the Blazer family, and all students on both campuses will cheer on the Blazers in competition, learn with them in the classroom, and grow with them as a member of the community. As Blazers, our women are empowered to develop their physical, intellectual, emotional, social, and spiritual growth. They are leaders, teammates, and winners on and off the court, the field, the rink, or the course.

To learn more about Blazer Backers, please contact: Heather Pieper-Olson Director of Annual Giving 37 South College Avenue Saint Joseph, MN 56374 1-800-648-3468, ext. 4 320-363-5964

The lifelong memories and passion for sports are what drive our student-athletes to be Blazers—women who are courageous, strong, and bold. And the support of the Blazer Backers makes those experiences possible. As a Blazer Backer, you have the chance to be a fundamental part of our athletes’ success. Your commitment is vital in sustaining our winning tradition—one we can all be proud of! Please join the crowd as a Blazer Backer during the 2012-13 academic year with a gift today.

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Thanks to our Blazer Backers for fiscal year 2012 (July 1, 2011 through June 30, 2012). . Blazer All-American ($500 and up) Mark and Julie Blake Caitlin Jean Ebbets ‘06* Mary and Mark Geller Pamela A. Hartford ‘87 Carol and Steve Howe-Veenstra* Bob and Patti Imholte* Steven L. Sanner Glady Ziemer*

Blazer MVP ($300 to $499) Anonymous* Robin Balder-Lanoue ‘91 and Bruce Balder-Lanoue* Kathleen Garrett Bassett ‘84 and Tony Bassett* Elizabeth Hayden ‘68 and Charles Flinn* Kathleen Deignan McGrane ‘93 and Brian McGrane Michael and Maureen Opitz* John Pennings and Terese Fandel* Paul and Lisa Rinde Lee Storbeck and Sue Wahl Storbeck Lara Grove Zuleger ‘95 and James Zuleger

Blazer Varsity ($150 to $299) Anonymous (2)* John and Bonita Benschoter Emily Cook-Lundgren ‘06 and Jeff Cook-Lundgren Robyn Ruschmeier Courchane ‘99 and Christopher Courchane*

Lexi Peichel Granberg ‘94 and Mitch Granberg Ann Dressen Hanstad ‘09 and Bryce Hanstad Mary Harlander-Locke ‘76 and Robert Harlander-Locke* Edward and Nancy Johnson* Daniel and Therese Kosch Phil and Midge Lord Patricia Marie Mayer ‘89 Ann Nicklawske McGee ‘86 and Jon McGee Patricia Shannon McNamara ‘93 and Patrick McNamara Rita Helen Miller ‘90 and Paul Morgan Kelli Stintzi Morash ‘92 and Jed Morash Kimberly Ferlaak Motes ‘89 and David Motes JoAnn Kannas O’Rourke ‘95 and Dan O’Rourke Glenn and Sandra Pence* Claudia Ryan-Mosley ‘77 and Calvin Ryan-Mosley Steven and Paulette Schwegman Carla Anne West ‘90*

Blazer Red ($50 to $149) Anonymous Amanda and Erik Anderson* Melissa Rentz Anderson ‘94 and Robert Anderson Janet Anderson Reagan and Michael Raegan Richard and Julaine Battig Karen Welle Bellmont ‘66 and Robert Bellmont Nancy Frost Bellmont ‘74 and Don Bellmont* Joy Knapton Benson ‘98 and Jonathan Benson Jessica Ann Braun ‘05 Mackenzie O’Neil Brink ‘08 and Brady Brink Mary Novak Brodersen ‘76 and Thomas Brodersen* Abby Christine Campbell ‘06 Barbara Carlson*

Megan Sand Carr ‘06 and Charlie Carr* Alexandra P. Chapman ‘10 James and Ellen Close J. Michael Dady and Kim Monahan* Kristin and Kyle Darnall Julie, Brian, Remington and Reggie Deyak Theresa Weller Durbin ‘86 and Mike Durbin* Donald and Anita Fischer* Alicia Foulk Fisher ‘00 and Grant Fisher Patricia Hoban Flynn ‘84 Sandra Pfefferle Forster ‘82 and David Forster Doreen and Richard Hageman Sarah Omann Hansen ‘00 and Ryan Hansen Roy and JeanAnn Hanson Katie Etten Harms ‘81 and Dana Harms Corey Hickner-Johnson ‘07 and Derek Johnson Mary Ollmann Hirsch ‘82 and Gregory Hirsch Deanne, Patrick and Nicholas Hollermann* David and Linda Jeffery Olivia Ingalls Jewett ‘06* Dennis and Robin Johnson* Anne Redmon Johnson ‘07 and Kyle Johnson Tina Marie Kampa ‘95* Emma Jaynes Keeler ‘10 and Tom Keeler Thomas Keene Catherine Harty Kight ‘86 and Randall Kight* Brian Kovalchuk and Mary Weir Jill Marie Kranz ‘07 and Scott Kranz Jennifer L. Kranz Barbara Hallberg Kruse ‘78 and Joseph Kruse* Janna and Michael LaFountaine* Walter Luke Russell and Cynthia Lundeen* Karen Annette Lux ‘07 Marcia N. Mahlum ‘96* Kathleen Robinson McClellan ‘77 and James McClellan* Amy Hergott Meath ‘93 and Bart Meath Erin E. Miller ‘00* Rachel Reuter Nelson ‘00 and Ben Nelson Sally A. Novak ‘77 Heather Pieper-Olson* Alicia Althaus Reif ‘07 Luann and Stuart Reif Molly Renslow Teresa Ginder Richter ‘77 and Robert Richter Ray and Ann Ringlein Laurie Anne Rivard ‘81 Jessica Ruth Runk ‘02 David and Jeannine Ruschmeier* Rebecca Schleicher Sauerer ‘09 and Brian Sauerer Robert and Nancy Schmidt* Elizabeth Schiller Schroeder ‘06 and Jared Schroeder* Thomas and Margaret Shannon Craig and Gail Sinkel* Jean and David Solheim* Nicole Rebecca Stob ‘98 Ann Weske Thiel ‘89 and Bradley Thiel* Rebecca Bunkers Tonn ‘90 and Derek Tonn Alison Kern Triebenbach ‘01 and Stan Triebenbach*

Diane Veale-Jones and Dr. Kenneth Jones Jean Veenstra Kathy Walker Lori Lovsted Weaver ‘89 and Daniel Weaver Carol Weller* Brenda Eikmeier Werwie ‘95 and Kevin Werwie* Caroline Boatz White ‘01 and Stephen White Richard and Annemary Wielkiewicz* Jay and Carol Wilcox Meghann Green Witchger ‘05 and Andy Witchger*

Blazer Friends (up to $49) Andrea Laverne Clintsman ‘08 Cheryl Ann Cyert ‘88* Raeleen Fandrich ‘08 and Bob Fandrich* Mary Stoner Feyereisn ‘87 and Glen Feyereisn Christine Muehlbauer Ganley ‘92 and Luke Ganley Mary Elizabeth Hart ‘05 Nicole M. Hess* Jillian L. Hiscock* Tamara Jo Hoese ‘06* Kari Bartz Hollencamp ‘91 and Andy Hollencamp Sarah Flynn Hupperts ‘11 William and Dorenne Just* Melanie Koll Kern ‘98 and Philip Kern Jessica Erin Lee ‘08 Sarah Mickus Lehnert ‘95 and Mark Lehnert Tricia Rosemarie Lund ‘07 Dennis and Rose Molitor* Patty Oaster Mraz ‘80 and Mark Mraz Stephen and Randi Nunnink* Leah Christine Pustovar ‘06 Julie and John Reitmeier Michelle Briana Rezac ‘05* Carla Shey-Osborne ‘85 and Jay Osborne Kathryn Lynn Smith ‘06 Lucy Fischer Warren ‘92 and Dan Warren Kelsey Robinson Wiechman ‘06 and Andrew Wiechman

* Indicates donors who have already made their FY2013 Blazer Backer gift.

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2012-13 Blazer Winter Sports Schedule Day Date Fri. 11/16 Sat. 11/17 Mon. 11/26 Wed. 11/28 Sat. 12/01 Mon. 12/03 Wed. 12/05 Sat. 12/08 Wed. 12/12 Wed. 01/02 Sat. 01/05 Wed. 01/09 Sat. 01/12 Wed. 01/16 Sat. 01/19 Mon. 01/21 Wed. 01/23 Sat. 01/26 Wed. 01/30 Sat. 02/02 Mon. 02/04 Wed. 02/06 Sat. 02/09 Wed. 02/13 Sat. 02/16


Opponent Location Time Colorado College Colorado Springs, Colo. 7:00 p.m. Nebraska Wesleyan Colorado Springs, Colo. 3:00 p.m. Wisconsin-River Falls River Falls, Wis. 7:00 p.m. Hamline* St. Joseph, Minn. 7:30 p.m. Gustavus* St. Joseph, Minn. 3:00 p.m. Carleton* St. Joseph, Minn. 7:30 p.m. Macalester* St. Paul, Minn. 7:30 p.m. Saint Mary’s* St. Joseph, Minn. 3:00 p.m. Augsburg* Minneapolis, Minn. 7:30 p.m. Bethel* St. Joseph, Minn. 7:30 p.m. St. Catherine* St. Joseph, Minn. 3:00 p.m. Concordia* Moorhead, Minn. 7:30 p.m. St. Thomas* St. Joseph, Minn. 3:00 p.m. Hamline* St. Paul, Minn. 7:30 p.m. St. Olaf* Northfield, Minn. 3:00 p.m. Carleton* Northfield, Minn. 7:30 p.m. Macalester* St. Joseph, Minn. 7:30 p.m. Gustavus* St. Peter, Minn. 3:00 p.m. Bethel* St. Paul, Minn. 7:30 p.m. St. Catherine* St. Paul, Minn. 3:00 p.m. Augsburg* St. Joseph, Minn. 7:30 p.m. Concordia* St. Joseph, Minn. 7:30 p.m. St. Thomas* St. Paul, Minn. 1:00 p.m. Saint Mary’s* Winona, Minn. 7:30 p.m. St. Olaf* St. Joseph, Minn. 3:00 p.m.

Home games in red *MIAC game

Swimming & Diving

Day Date Meet Location Time Sat. 10/20 Alumnae Meet Collegeville, Minn. 10:00 a.m. Sat. 11/03 Hamline Invitational St. Paul, Minn. 1:00 p.m Fri. 11/09 Concordia Moorhead, Minn. 6:00 p.m. Sat. 11/10 MSU Moorhead Moorhead, Minn. 11:00 a.m. Tue. 11/13 Hour of Power St. Joseph, Minn. 4:00 p.m. Fri. 11/16 Morningside (Iowa) Collegeville, Minn. 6:00 p.m. Sat. 11/17 Gustavus/Morningside Collegeville, Minn. 1:00 p.m. Fri. 11/30 Jean Freeman Invite Minneapolis 6:00 p.m. Sat. 12/01 Jean Freeman Invite Minneapolis 11:00 a.m. Sat. 12/07 St. Cloud State Collegeville, Minn. 6:00 p.m. Sat. 12/15 St. Thomas St. Paul, Minn. 1:00 p.m. Sat. 01/12 Carleton Collegeville, Minn. 12:00 p.m. Sat. 01/19 Meet of the Saints St. Paul, Minn. 1:00 p.m. Sat. 01/26 St. Kate’s Invitational St. Paul, Minn. 1:00 p.m. Fri. 02/01 St. Thomas Diving Invite St. Paul, Minn. 6:00 p.m. Sat. 02/09 MIAC Invitational St. Paul, Minn. 1:00 p.m. Thu. 02/14 MIAC Championships Minneapolis 10:30 a.m. Fri. 02/15 MIAC Championship Minneapolis 10:30 a.m. Sat. 02/16 MIAC Championship Minneapolis 10:30 a.m. Home meets in red

Day Date Sat. 10/27 Fri. 11/02 Sat. 11/03 Thu. 11/08 Sat. 11/10 Fri. 11/16 Sat. 11/17 Fri. 11/30 Sat. 12/01 Sat. 01/05 Sun. 01/06 Thu. 01/10 Fri. 01/18 Sat. 01/19 Fri. 01/25 Sat. 01/26 Fri. 02/01 Sat. 02/02 Fri. 02/08 Sat. 02/09 Fri. 02/15 Sat. 02/16 Fri. 02/22 Sat. 02/23 Tue. 02/26 Thu. 02/28 Sat. 03/02


Opponent Marian Concordia St. Olaf St. Thomas* St. Thomas* Augsburg* Augsburg* St. Catherine* St. Catherine* Robert Morris (Ill.) Robert Morris (Ill.) Concordia (Wis.) Concordia* Concordia* Hamline* Hamline* Saint Mary’s* Saint Mary’s* St. Olaf* St. Olaf* Bethel* Bethel* Gustavus* Gustavus* MIAC Quarterfinals MIAC Semifinals MIAC Championship

Location St. Cloud, Minn. St. Cloud, Minn. Blaine, Minn.# St. Cloud, Minn. St. Paul, Minn.

Minneapolis, Minn.

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Home games played at the St. Cloud Municipal Athletic Complex Home games in red *MIAC game #Game played at the Schwans Super Rink

Time 2:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 2:00 p.m. TBA TBA TBA

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