Enumclaw grad helps college earn 11th straight Iowa Conference championship title
Mitchell Petellin, a 2015 graduate of Enumclaw High School, is a member of the Luther College swimming team.
Last year, the Norse earned their 11th consecutive Iowa Conference championship as well as a fourth consecutive runner-up finish at the Liberal Arts Championships. Since the arrival of coach Lance Huber, now in his 15th season, the Norse have posted a dual meet record of 63-27.
The Norse will begin their dual meet schedule hosting Morningside College at 5 p.m. Oct. 29 (Central time). All home swim meets will be video streamed free of charge at http://portal.stretchinternet.com/luther/ on the Luther College Athletics website.
Petellin is the son of Mike and Marion Petellin of Enumclaw.
Luther College is a four-year liberal arts college affiliated with the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America and is located in Decorah, Iowa.
More information on Luther College athletics can be found at http://luther.edu/sports.
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