Join us for Saint Mary's Sports Hall of Fame

The ceremony will be shown here, starting at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Apr. 24

Saint Mary's Sports Hall of Fame Official Printable Program/Schedule of Events

Hall of Fame Zoom Rooms - starting at 8:30 p.m. (after ceremony)

Please join and congratulate our new hall of fame alumni inductees in four different Zoom rooms. These will begin at 8:30 p.m. (Sat., Apr. 24) Please share these links with friends, teammates and family.

Andrew Brueggen Room

Barb (Bock) Loahr and Doug Loahr Room

Jackie Huegel Room

Donny Nadeau Room

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The Saint Mary's Athletics Hall of Fame is a celebration of Cardinal athletics -- highlighted by the induction of the new Saint Mary's Sports Hall of Fame class (see below).  Cardinal athletes have a unique opportunity to make connections through their shared experiences. 

Event Details:
April 24, 2021
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm Award Ceremony
8:30 pm - 10:00 pm Individual Zoom Rooms (register for as many as you'd like to visit)

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Questions? Contact 
Brian Sisson at 507-457-1638 or
Alumni Office at 507-457-1499 or

2021 Hall of Fame Inductees:

Barb (Bock) Loahr ’87 (Women’s Soccer)
Shoreview, Minn.

A four-year letterwinner, Barb (Bock) Loahr ‘87 was a driving force in Saint Mary’s dominance in the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference during her time as a member of the Cardinal women’s soccer team. She helped guide the Cardinals to three MIAC regular-season titles — including a perfect conference season and a berth in the NCAA Division III national tournament during her senior season. Loahr closed out her illustrious career as a two-time All-MIAC First-Team selection, while also garnering NSCAA All-West Region First Team honors following her senior campaign. She recorded 37 goals and 23 assists for 97 points during her four seasons, with her senior year — 16 goals, eight assists, and 40 points — being her most productive. Loahr ranks in the top 10 in program history in all three offensive categories, while her 16 goals and 40 points in 1986 remain single-season top 10s.


Career By The Numbers:

Year GP G A Pts
1983 17 9 7 25
1984 21 6 3 15
1985 22 6 5 17
1986 24 16 8 40
TOTAL 84 37 23 97




Doug Loahr ’87 (Men’s Hockey)
Shoreview, Minn.

Doug Loahr ‘87 was a four-year letterwinner for the Saint Mary’s men’s hockey team, and one of the program’s most prolific scorers. A four-time All-MIAC First Team selection, Loahr scored 10 or more goals — and recorded 20 or more points — in all four of his seasons in a Saint Mary’s uniform. Loahr enjoyed his most productive season as a sophomore — scoring 41 goals and adding 29 assists for 70 points. All told, the speedy forward closed out his collegiate career with 90 goals, 65 assists, and 155 points in 95 games. His 70 points during the 1984-85 season rank third all-time, while his 41 goals that season are fourth in program history. Loahr’s 90 career goals leave him No. 5 all-time, while his 155 career points have him sitting eighth.




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Andrew Brueggen '11 (Track & Field)
Holmen, Wis.

Andrew Brueggen ’11 was one of the most dominant male track and field athletes during his time as a Cardinal, and with his induction, he becomes the first male track and field athlete to be inducted into the Saint Mary’s Sports Hall of Fame. Brueggen kicked off his three-year Saint Mary’s career by winning the MIAC Outdoor hammer throw in 2009. In 2010, Brueggen earned the first of his two All-American honors, this one in the indoor hammer throw, where he finished fourth. That was nothing, compared to what he was able to accomplish as a senior, winning the MIAC indoor weight throw and outdoor hammer throw, while earning MIAC Indoor and Outdoor Outstanding Performance of the Meet honors. Brueggen qualified for the 2011 Indoor national championships and captured his second All-American honor with a sixth-place effort in the hammer at the outdoor national championships. Not to be overshadowed by his exploits on the track, Brueggen was also a two-time USTFCCCA All-Academic selection and earned MIAC All-Academic honors in 2011.




Jackie Huegel '03 (Fastpitch Softball)
Maple Grove, Minn.

Jackie Huegel ‘03 played a major role in helping the Cardinals post a perfect run through the NCAA national tournament field en route to the program’s — and the school’s — first-ever national championship. Huegel, who started all 137 games she played in as a Cardinal, closed out her career with a .406 batting average, the fourth-highest career average in program history. During the Cardinals’ national championship season in 2000, Huegel, then a freshman, hit a career-best .455, while also posting career-highs in at-bats (123), runs (38), hits (56), home runs (3), RBIs (39), and stolen bases (22). Her third home run of the season — a two-run, first-inning blast — helped propel the Cardinals to their national title-winning 5-0 win over Chapman. A four-time All-Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference First-Team selection, Huegel was also a regular on the NFCA post-season award podium, being named All-Region Second Team in 2001 and Third Team in both 2002 and 2003. Huegel, a 2002 CoSIDA Academic All-District selection, as well as Saint Mary’s Outstanding Female Athlete, is making her second appearance as a Saint Mary’s Sports Hall of Famer, having also been recognized when the 2000 national championship team was inducted in 2005.

Career by the Numbers

Year BA      GP-GS      AB  R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB  SO       SB-SBA
2000 .455 46-46   123   38      56 10   3     3     39    12      8          22 - 26
2001 .304 24-24    69   15      21   7   0     2     18      8      5 5 -5
2002 .449 33-33    98   17      44 13   4     1     21    10      8 5 - 7
2003 .374 34-34  107   28     40 11   6     1     23      8      7 10 - 11
TOTAL .406 137-137  397   98   161 41 13     7   101    38    28          42 - 49


Donny Nadeau '85 (Sports Information Director 25 years)
Winona, Minn.

Donny Nadeau ‘85 completed his 25th season as Saint Mary’s sports information director in May, 2020. Throughout his career, Nadeau has been responsible for all aspects of sports information, including statistics, press releases, media relations, print materials, promotions, award nominations, and more — which equates to countless long and late-night hours. In addition, he is the webmaster of and is masterful at supplementing his stories with innovative videos, digital media guides, and plentiful social media posts. Not only does he thoroughly cover 300 athletic events annually, he created and co-hosts a weekly television show, “The Cardinals Nest” to spotlight what’s happening in athletics. In recognition of his work, Nadeau has received the Saint Mary’s Employee Recognition Award three times and was honored with the prestigious Saint Mary’s Heffron Award in 2014. Nadeau also received the MIAC Mike Augustin Award and has been recognized for the quality of his writing – including second in the district (event coverage) and third in the nation (athlete profile) honors in CoSIDA’s Fred J. Stabley writing contest. Considered by many among the conference and the Midwest as one of the best in the business, Nadeau has served as host SID for two NCAA Division III Final Fours and spearheaded all media relations for the annual MIAC Men’s Hockey Showcase.

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