Hall of Fame Inductee - Drew Boster

Drew Boster was in the middle of most things during his high school and college career. While at Quincy High, Boster was a six time letterman, earning varsity recognition in baseball and basketball. On the hardcourt, Boster was the playmaker during his junior and senior years under Sherrill Hanks. He was a big part in a three year run that saw the Blue Devils amass a record of 72-19, making it to the Sweet Sixteen all three years. On the diamond Boster was again a take charge guy. He was named as the team's Most Valuable Player in 1969, while serving as the team's captain. He continued his education at Augustana College where he starred in both sports. In basketball Boster set school records for most assists in a game (18), a single season and for a career. All three records stand today. During his career, Augustana ran off 89 wins, including a 29-2 year in 1973 good enough for a second place finish in the N.A.I.A. National Tournament. On the diamond Boster served as team captain his senior year. He's in the Augustana record book as the school's career E.R.A. leader with a mark of 2.44. His 180 2/3rds innings pitched ranks him fifth all-time and his 141 career strikeouts is seventh best in Augustana history. He's enjoyed a career in education, serving in the administration of Augustana College, Wartburg College and Monmouth College. Boster is presently the Senior Development Officer for Planned Giving for Augustana.

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