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Scoring in science and hockey

By Wendi Wheeler ’06 Balancing academics and athletics can be demanding for college student-athletes. For Brandon Bukowski ’12, a double major in biology and chemistry with his… more >

Supporting the home team

By Wendi Wheeler ’06 Last season, he didn’t make any three-point shots, pull down any rebounds, or have any assists on the court. But Roger Griffith ’84… more >

Hard work shapes Auggie Honors student, athlete

By Stephanie Weiss Shelby Vogel stands out in the classroom and on the volleyball court. The Auggie—a pre-med honors student double majoring in chemistry and physics—chalks it… more >

More than an all-around guy

By Wendi Wheeler ’06 and Don Stoner At Augsburg, Nick Ward ’11 worked hard to be an all-around student-athlete—one who was as dedicated to his… more >

Serving Auggie athletics

By Don Stoner President Pribbenow finishes his term as chair of the MIAC Presidents Council as Professor Tracy Bibelnieks begins her term as chair of the faculty athletic representatives. Jeff… more >

Ladies of the links lift the team

By Jeff Shelman There was a time not all that long ago when simply getting enough players to field a complete team was a challenge for the Augsburg women’s… more >

Coach Holker becomes an Auggie

Greg Holker knows that his class ring from Gustavus Adolphus College is in a box at his house. And he’s pretty sure he knows where his diploma is. But… more >

Auggies on the ice

BY DON STONER Chris Johnson ’10–A third-generation hockey star Chris Johnson certainly has an impressive hockey pedigree. Chris is the son of Mark Johnson, a member… more >

Whitney Holman—all-around athlete and scholar

By Don Stoner Whitney Holman was an outstanding student both in the classroom and on the athletic fields in multiple sports in high school. She had received notice from many… more >

Auggies on stage

For most of the year, we see Auggie student-athletes on the field, on the court, or on the ice where they display their tenacity and strength. And we see… more >