Back in Minnesota now

Got back to Min­neso­ta on Sun­day af­ter­noon. The whether was wet on the trip back with dri­ving rain in Iowa and slush and very light, but wet snow near the Min­neso­ta Iowa bor­der. Cleared up around Owa­ton­na. As soon as I got home, my dad took me out to the New Buf­fet in North­field, which was the first real food I’d had since I left for Iowa (I won’t count fast or catered food as real food).

The third and fourth ses­sions went okay for the Aug­gies. They didn’t do as well as I had hoped but still got sec­ond place in the com­pe­ti­tion with one in­di­vid­ual na­tion­al cham­pi­on.

Pics from all ses­sions to fol­low.

Wrestling Nationals

I am down in Iowa. The weath­er is great. It was 77 de­grees on the dri­ve down.

I am here to pho­tog­ra­phy the Di­vi­sion III Wrestling Na­tion­al Cham­pi­ons for Augs­burg.

Hope­ful­ly I’ll be able to share some im­ages as I take them. I’ll also try to get some fea­tured im­ages up from both the MIAC men’s cham­pi­onship and MCAC men’s cham­pi­onship games from this past week­end. St. Thomas beat Bethel in the MIAC and Min­neapo­lis beat Rochester in the MCAC.

Hockey for a Cause

I shot last night’s women’s hock­ey game be­tween Augs­burg and St. Mary’s (Minn.). Augs­burg won a rare game on Fri­day night and hoped to con­tin­ue it’s mo­men­tum into Sat­ur­day night. Augs­burg had a one-goal lead twice, but the Car­di­nals man­aged to bat­tle back for a 2–2 draw af­ter over­time. Tiffany Mag­nu­son (SR, Green Bay, Wis./Notre Dame Acad­e­my HS) scored both Augs­burg goals.

The event fea­tured spe­cial pink jourseys in sup­port of the fight against breast can­cer.

In­clud­ed is  Mag­nu­son scor­ing her sec­ond goal.

Tiffany Magnuson scores

That’s all for now.