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USD Adds To Hall

Five individuals including two sisters and one team will comprise the 2013 Henry Heider Coyote Sports Hall of Fame Class. 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.

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