Arden Hills native Becca Wold Freeman inducted into Gustavus Athletics Hall of Fame

Arden Hills native Becca Wold Freeman was inducted into the Gustavus Athletics Hall of Fame. Described as one of the most versatile student-athletes to ever compete at Gustavus, Rebecca Wold Freeman was a three-sport standout in cross country, basketball, and track and field. In the fall of 1998, Freeman was named the NCAA Woman of the Year recipient for the state of Minnesota and was flown to Indianapolis where she was honored for her outstanding accomplishments in athletics, academics, and community service. After graduating magna cum laude in 1998 with a degree in elementary education, Freeman entered the Lutheran Volunteer Corps and was placed in Seattle, Washington, where she stayed for five years. Freeman then entered Luther Seminary in St. Paul and is now an ordained pastor in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, serving at the Spirit of Joy Lutheran Church in Sioux Falls, S.D. Becca lives in Sioux Falls with her husband, Sedge ‘98, and their two children, Stellan and Liv.

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