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April 21, 2014
Excelling in college
Former Viking Leah Broderick clears the high jump for the Luther women's track team in a recent meet. Broderick took first in the heptathlon at the Augie Invite, scoring the second most points all-time in Luther history. (Photo by Jennifer Bissell)
  • Luther’s Miranda McCay and Amanda Dunn were recognized by the Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference this week. 
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  • Continuing his career; O’Shea signs at NIAAC
    Kellan O’Shea hasn’t hung up his wrestling shoes yet. 
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  • The four-game Iowa Conference series between the Luther baseball team and Loras in Dubuque, has been moved to Saturday and Sunday due to impending weather Friday.  
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  • Two Luther College athletes were recognized by the conference this week. 
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  • Shining in the pool and the classroom
    Decorah’s Hannah Maher and Allison Orvis continue to excel both in the classroom and in the pool.  
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  • Mello finds new home in Montana
    Editor’s note: The following is reprinted with permission from Carroll College Sports Information

    Doug Mello, most recently the head coach at Hendrix College and former Luther coach, has 37 years of collegiate head coaching experience and will add to that wealth of experience – this time in Helena, Mont., – as he has agreed to become Carroll College’s first men’s soccer head coach, Carroll College Director of Athletics Bruce Parker announced Monday. 
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  • The Norse Athletic Association (NAA) is hosting the spring sports luncheon Thursday, April 3.  
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  • Sophmore Clare Slagel, a 2012 graduate of Dubuque Hempstead High School, became the first swimmer in Luther College history to claim an NCAA III national championship. 
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  • The Luther College women’s swimming and diving team has earned Scholar All-America honors for the fall semester from the College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA).  
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  • Kregel earns All-American honor
    Decorah native Kayla Kregel earned All-American status as the Wartburg women’s 4x400 relay placed second at the NCAA Division III National Championship over the weekend.  
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  • Decorah High School graduates Eric and James Ostlie were presented with letters at the annual Luther College football awards banquet, held Saturday, Feb. 22, in Peace Dining Room on the Campus of Luther College.  
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  • Luther College track star Tricia Serres was a two-time All-American Saturday, placing second in the mile and third in the 3,000.  
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  • The Luther College wrestling season came to an end Friday as both Evan Obert (133) and Jayden DeVilbiss (184) were eliminated from the tournament.  
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  • Serres regional athlete of the year
    Luther College sophomore Tricia Serres has been named the NCAA III Indoor Central Region Track Athlete of the Year, as announced by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA).  
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  • Kregel to nationals
    Kayla Kregel, a junior member of the Wartburg track team, will be competing at the 2014 NCAA Division III Indoor Track and Field National Champoinships, held at the Bob Devaney Center Track at Nebraska Wesleyan March 14-15.  
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