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Kasperbauer cheering, coaching son on at Carroll, Iowa
May 24, 2011
On June 4, Kasperbauer will enter the DSU Athletic Hall of Fame. He is being recognized for his achievements both on the football gridiron and baseball field.
Kasperbauer ended his four-year football career (1973-76) being the Trojans' starting quarterback While at the 'helm', Kasperbauer complied a 26-12 record and led the Trojans to three South Dakota-Iowa Conference (SDIC) titles.
He also played baseball for the Trojans, earning All-SDIC baseball honors in both his junior and senior seasons.
As starting quarterback, Kasperbauer amassed 4,044 yards on 262-for-502 passing. He had 49 touchdown strikes.
"These were all school records at that time, but have since been obliterated," said Kasperbauer.
These days Terry Kasperbauer, former Dakota State quarterback and incoming Hall of Fame member, is cheering and coaching his son Casey on at Carroll High School in Carroll, Iowa. (Casey, a junior and a starting basketball player, graduates in 2012. He also runs track and play football.)
Kasperbauer has been both the assistant football and basketball coach at Carroll since the early 1990's. He has been a teacher at the Alternative High School since 1992.
He and his wife, have two other sons - T.J. and Shaun.
T.J. and his wife Megan live in College Station, Texas, where he is a graduate student at Texas A & M working on his masters in psychology and doctorate in philosophy.
Shaun is a 22-year-old student in New York City attending Parsons (aka The New School), majoring in product design.
Prior to moving back to Carroll, Iowa, where Kasperbauer graduated from Kuemper, and after graduating from Dakota State in the spring of 1977, he and Lois lived in Yuma, Ariz., until 1990.
In Yuma, Kasperbauer was the recreation supervisor for the City of Yuma. He earned the Arizona Supervisor of the Year honor in 1989.
Joining Kasperbauer as the Class of 2011 are Bob Casagrande, Kent Kersten, Marie Parker-Sample and Rob Van Laecken.
Dan Holsworth, Dakota State University Athletics Assistant
Nick Huntimer, Dakota State University Sports Information Director