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'Sarge' Bassett, Don Wasmund welcomed into MCAC Hall of Fame

WORTHINGTON -- Steven "Sarge" Bassett and Don Wasmund are the newest members of the Minnesota College Athletic Conference Hall of Fame. The two Minnesota West contributors were honored between games of Saturday's basketball doubleheader as part o...

 

WORTHINGTON -- Steven “Sarge” Bassett and Don Wasmund are the newest members of the Minnesota College Athletic Conference Hall of Fame.

The two Minnesota West contributors were honored between games of Saturday’s basketball doubleheader as part of the class of 2018.

Wasmund wrestled at Worthington High School and Worthington Community College. He has served as a volunteer wrestling coach for more than 15 years, where he would run practices, conditioning and coached at home and away events.

Bassett spent 18 years at Minnesota West. First, as a student athlete, where he competed in baseball and football. He then spent time as a community volunteer for football and softball. Bassett was also in charge of the fundraising efforts for the Bluejays Booster Club.

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