VERMILLION, S.D.(KWSN)—Five individuals including two sisters and one team will comprise the 2013 Henry Heider Coyote Sports Hall of Fame Class announced Monday by University of South Dakota’s athletics department. The induction ceremony will take place Oct. 12 during USD’s Hall of Fame Weekend.
Cross country runner Joel Fenske, football player Jim Glogowski (’97, ’05), basketball player Natalee (Heisler) Anderson (’99), basketball player Angie (Heisler) Kissock and swimmer Tara (Magnuson) Wyckoff (’97) are included in the 2013 class as is the 2000 men’s outdoor track and field team which will be recognized in the special achievements category. The group brings the Hall of Fame totals to 282 individuals and 11 teams.
An abbreviated bio of the 2013 Hall of Fame Class follows:
Joel Fenske, cross country (1995-98)
Fenske remains the only four-time All-American cross country runner in program history. With Fenske in the lineup, the Coyotes won three North Central Conference championships, two North Central Regional titles and a national championship in 1997. South Dakota placed third at nationals in 1998 and finished no lower than ninth during Fenske’s four seasons. Individually, Fenske placed in the top 25 at all four national meets. His best finish was seventh in 1997.
Dr. Fenske attended USD for five years. He graduated from Northwestern Health Sciences University in 2003. He is the owner of Kingsway Chiropractic in Lakeville, Minn.
Jim Glogowski, football (1992-95)
Glogowski was an All-American linebacker for the Coyotes who remains the program’s seventh-leading tackler with 298 stops. As a senior in 1995, he was named North Central Conference Most Valuable Linebacker after leading the Coyotes with 91 tackles including 21 for loss and an 8-3 record. Glogowski was a four-year starter at USD. He played strong safety as an underclassman before transitioning to linebacker as a junior.
Glogowski served as a member of the USD coaching staff from 2004-07. He is set to begin his fifth season as head football coach at Simpson College in Indianola, Iowa.
Natalee (Heisler) Anderson (1992-96)
Anderson was a three-year starter and two-time, first-team All-North Central Conference honoree as a Coyote. She is the 16th-leading scorer (1,132 points) and eighth-leading rebounder (691 boards) in program history. Anderson’s best numbers came as a junior when she averaged 17 points and nearly 10 rebounds per game. An injury wiped out her senior season after just 10 games. She played alongside younger sister Angie for two seasons.
Anderson is a child mental health practitioner at Counseling Services of Southern Minnesota in St. Peter, Minn.
Angie (Heisler) Kissock (1994-98)
Kissock was a four-year starter and two-time, first-team All-North Central Conference honoree as a Coyote. She averaged 16 points and 10 rebounds as a senior, and 12 points and 11 rebounds as a junior. She remains the 17th-leading scorer (1,081 points), the third-leading rebounder (889) and has the fourth-most steals (213) in program history. Kissock broke an NCC record with 214 boards in league play during the 1996-97 season. She played alongside older sister Natalee for two seasons.
Kissock is a personal wellness teacher and women’s basketball coach at Schools of Eastern Carver County in Chaska, Minn.
Tara (Magnuson) Wyckoff (1992-96)
Wyckoff delivered 10 All-America performances in four seasons with the Coyotes. Her most prominent accomplishments came in the breaststroke where four times she placed in the top eight at the national championship meet. She was the national runner-up in the 100-meter breaststroke as a senior in 1996. That same year, Wyckoff placed fifth in the 200-meter breaststroke. She held program records in both events upon graduation and still maintains the second-fastest times in both events.
Wyckoff is an account executive at RBA, Inc. in Minneapolis, Minn.
2000 Men’s Outdoor Track and Field Team
Under the direction of head coach Dave Gottsleben, the Coyotes won their first North Central Conference championship in 35 years and went on to place third at the national championship meet. The conference title ended North Dakota State’s 13-year reign on top of the standings. Senior Matt Hoyt was named NCAA Division II Male Athlete of the Year for Outdoor Track after placing in the top four in three distance events at nationals. Junior Tom Green took second in the 100, third in the 200 and anchored USD’s All-American 400-meter relay team. Ryan Finley, Pat Belling, Aaron Dykstra, Andrew Neugebauer, Steve Schmidt and Garrett Schramm all placed in the top eight at nationals to earn All-America status.
Courtest of University of South Dakota