Hunter Hall of Fame

Rudolph Monson

Rudy Monson scored 23 points in Denfeld’s 46-44 win to capture the 1947 Minnesota State Basketball Championship. He was selected All-State in basketball, football and track.

Rudy was All-Conference at the University of Minnesota-Duluth for three consecutive years in basketball. He has been elected to two other halls of fame; UMD and the Minnesota Centennial Sports Hall of Fame as one of the best athletes in the state’s first 100 years.

Rudy was past president of the school of engineering and land surveyors and named most of the streets in the western Piedmont community. He also spent 35 years as member of the National Ski Patrol, is a private pilot and received a citation from the Secretary of Navy.

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