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Knights at a Glance

Rebecca Engelbrecht

Athletes in MLC’s eight fall sports competed in an exciting season in 2010, with competition spilling into November. Volleyball finished fourth in the conference to advance to the conference tournament, and finished the season 18-13. Emily Boldt (LPS) received all-conference honors, while Rebecca Engelbrecht (Shoreland) was named Rookie of the Year.

Bethany Schultz

Panning (John H Guyer HS-Texas) finished ninth on the men’s side, while Lauren Grove (Century HS-Rochester MN) took tenth in the women’s event.

Women’s soccer improved its win total by six games with an 8-11-1 season, with a group of young players led by conference Rookie of the Year Bethany Schultz (LPS) to finish sixth in the UMAC. The men’s soccer program finished its season 7-10-2, a four-win improvement over the ’09 season. The men also had a young group, with first-team allconference performer Kaleb Buch (Manitowoc LHS) leading the way.

Kaleb Buch

In football, the Knights finished 5-4 in a third-place tie in the UMAC. The Knights lost three of those games by seven points or less, and finished with four First Team All-UMAC performers, including #74, Bill Fuerstenau (KMLHS). The men’s cross country team finished fifth at the UMAC Championships, while the women finished seventh. Nathan Loersch (LPS) finished tenth at the meet to win all-conference honors for the third time. MLC’s golf program saw the men and women finish fourth at the Postseason Tournament. Sam

dp Bill Fuerstenau

Dan Putz (Winnebago Lutheran Academy) 14

in their own words

Nathan Loersch Sam Panning

Fall All-Conference Athletes HM-Honorable Mention Football

Aaron Voss (MLS) Chuqee Fletcher (WISCO) Bill Fuerstenau (KMLHS) Matt Rothe (LPS) Ben Zuberbier HM (WLA) Taylor Bentz HM (FVL) Benjamin Olson HM (MVL)

Women’s Soccer

Bethany Schultz* (LPS) Hannah Mattek HM (WISCO) Kadie Drake HM (Madison HS - Adrian MI) Allison Snyder HM (LPS)

*Schultz also named UMAC Rookie of the Year!

Living with strangers: One of the biggest adjustments I had was the dorm life. It was interesting living next to complete strangers, but those strangers have become some of my closest friends. Always game day: When my friends and I aren’t busy doing homework, we find ourselves outside playing Ultimate Frisbee or inside the gym playing speedball or a pickup game of basketball. It’s okay to come and go: For those of you who aren’t sure what to do, I would suggest coming to MLC. If you later find out it’s not for you, that’s ok, because in the time you were here you will have grown in your faith and witnessed God’s gift of the ministry in a new light.

Junior, Early Childhood M aEdr /tElementary i n L u t hEde r C o ll e g e Track, Cross Country, Men’s Choir, Intramurals

KnightWatch January 2011  

MLC Recruitment Magazine

KnightWatch January 2011  

MLC Recruitment Magazine