NDSU Welcomed Six Individuals To Its 47th Class Of Inductees On September 21
- NDSU Head Volleyball Coach (1995-2005)
- NDSU Assistant Volleyball Coach (1989)
- NDSU Volleyball Player (1982-1985)
Bina was the 1998 Tachikara/AVCA Division II Coach of the Year, 1998 Tachikara/AVCA Region Coach of the Year, Three-time North Central Conference Coach of the Year. Bina led North Dakota State to nine straight NCAA Division II tournament appearances from 1995-2003 including a national runner-up finish in 1998. NDSU won four North Central Conference championships.
She compiled a 257-119 record for a .684 winning percentage in 11 seasons at North Dakota State including a 33-4 record in 1998. Bina was also a two-time all-conference player, earning conference MVP honors as a junior. She is currently an account executive for the Village Business Institute where she is responsible for new business development and customer retention.
- NDSU Football (1990-1993)
Bloom was named second-team All-American two straight seasons by the Football Gazette and CM Frank All-American squads. NDSU won three straight NCC rushing crowns behind his blocking and went 24-8 over those three seasons. Was a four-year letter winner and three-year starter at offensive guard. Graduated from NDSU in 1995 with a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering. He was the lead recruiter at NDSU for 3M, the NDSU/3M university relations team leader and currently serves on the NDSU Mechanical Engineering Industrial Advisory Board.
Jane (Loskot) Wick
- NDSU Women’s Track & Field (1993-1997)
Wick was a twelve-time NCAA Division II All-American, including eight relays and four individual events. At the NCAA Outdoor Championships, she placed 4th in the 100 hurdles in 1995 and 8th in 1996 and finished 7th in the 200 meters in 1996. Wick was an ember of four North Central Conference Indoor and four NCC Outdoor championship teams. NDSU placed in the top 10 at the NCAA Indoor each season including a third-place finish in 1995. The Bison also placed in the top 10 at the NCAA Outdoor including a sixth-place finish in 1996. She still ranks in the NDSU career top 10 in six events. Since 2006, she has been with Workforce Safety & Insurance and is the education and special programs manager responsible for developing safety and education programs and grants for employers in the state of North Dakota to help reduce occupational injuries and illnesses.
- NDSU Basketball (1999-2003)
TenBroek was a 2003 Division II All-America third team by The Basketball Times. Also, a Three-time NABC All-North Central Region, including twice on the first team. Graduated as NDSU’s all-time leading scorer with 1,813 points and single-season scoring record holder with 666 points as a senior. His 43 points at Augustana as a senior still ranks seventh in school history. Led the Bison to a 20-11 record and fourth place in the NCC as a senior, the best finish in his four years under three different head coaches. Played professionally in Australia and Finland from 2004-06. He was the SEABL MVP in Australia in 2006. Currently works for Stryker Surgical.
- NDSU Baseball (1999-2003)
Peschel is the baseball program’s all-time leader with 24 wins (24-10). He also set career records for starts (38), complete games (25), shutouts (5) and strikeouts (265). His 1.40 ERA in 2002 was second-best in school history. Compiled a 36-17 record and 4.33 ERA over six seasons (2003-2008) in the Northern League for the F-M RedHawks and was named to the club’s 10th Anniversary Team. Currently plays for an amateur baseball team, the Moorhead Brewers and is a Managing Broker for Kilbourne Commercial Real Estate.
- NDSU Wrestling (1995-2000)
Nelson was an NCAA Division II national champion and Most Outstanding Wrestler in 2000. Was also a three-time NCAA Division II All-American. A vital member of the 1998 and 2000 NCAA Division II national championship teams coached by National Wrestling Coaches Association and Bison Athletic Hall of Famer Bucky Maughan. Spent nine years on the NDSU wrestling staff, his last five as a full-time assistant. Nelson was named head wrestling coach at Minnesota State Moorhead in July 2009. Competing in the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference, Nelson has coached five All-Americans, several national qualifiers and more than a dozen NSIC All-Academic selections.