SHEBOYGAN, WI (WHBL) - Two athletic legends at Lakeland College in Sheboygan have been named to the N-A-I-A Hall of Fame. Pat Curran will be inducted January 7th at a national meeting of football coaches in Nashville. The late Duane “Moose” Woltzen will be inducted posthumously next March 12th at the N-A-I-A’s Division-One basketball championship in Kansas City. Woltzen was Lakeland’s athletic director and men’s basketball coach from 1964 through 1988. And his Muskie teams won 536 games with an impressive winning percentage of .700. Woltzen was a coach for several international teams, and he took his Lakeland teams all around the globe to play. He died in 2009. Curran set eight Lakeland football records as a running back in the 1960’s, and he went on to play 10 seasons in the N-F-L with the San Diego Chargers and the former Los Angeles Rams. Curran still holds nearly every school scoring record.
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