Chris Fahrbach (BB 1976-79)
A native of Menasha, Wisconsin, Fahrbach starred for the Sioux basketball team from 1975-79, earning four letters. A three-time All North Central Conference team member from 1977-79, he helped lead the Sioux to the NCC Championship in 1977. He ranked No. 5 on the school's all-time field goal list with 617, No. 6 on the Sioux's all-time rebound list with 733 and No. 7 on the all-time scoring list with 1, 442 points. Fahrbach averaged 18.1 points and 8.0 rebounds in his senior season. He finished his career with a field goal percentage of 50.8 and a 74.0 free throw percentage. After college he was drafted by the Milwaukee Bucks of the NBA in 1979, then left the United States to play over in Norway. He played for Ammerud Idrettsforeningen in Oslo, Norway and helped lead the team to four National Championships, earning three MVP honors during his career from 1980-89. From there he coached the Norwegian national basketball team and played in 42 national team games for Norway.
Jerome Larson (Wr 1979-83)
A native of Roseau, Minnesota, Larson earned four letters at UND as a heavyweight wrestler from 1979-83. A three-time NCAA Division II All-American, he placed fifth in the nation in 1980 and placed third in 1982 and 1983. From 1981-83 Larson compiled an outstanding 28-0-1 dual record which included his best ever single-season mark of 30-5-1 during 1982-83. Larson finished his wrestling career with a 98-26-2 overall record. He graduated in 1983 from UND with a criminal justice degree.
Doug Smail (H 1977-80)
A native of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Smail earned three letters at UND as a member of the Fighting Sioux hockey team from 1977-80. A highlight of his career at UND was helping the Sioux win the Division I hockey Championship in 1980 while earning tournament MVP honors in the process. Smail was also named to the NCAA All-Tournament Team in 1980. After college he was signed as a free agent by the Winnipeg Jets Team in 1980. He enjoyed a 13-year career in the National Hockey League playing for Winnipeg from 1980-90, Minnesota, (1990-91) Quebec, (1991-92) and Ottawa, (1992-93). Smail finished his professional hockey career after playing two seasons in Europe.
Don Stueve (FB, Base 1957-60)
A native of Henning, Minnesota, Stueve was a three-time letterwinner in football from 1957-59 and baseball from 1959-60. He was named an All-North Central Conference fullback during the 1957 and 1958 seasons. Stueve claimed back-to-back North Central Conference rushing titles with 509 yards in 1957 and 428 in 1958. His 1958 performance helped lead the Sioux to their first NCC title since 1939. Stueve played as catcher for the Sioux team in 1959 and 1960. He earned his degree in education in 1960.