Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference


AUGSBURG BETHEL CARLETON
"Auggies" "Royals" "Knights"
Minneapolis, MN Arden Hills, MN Northfield, MN
CONCORDIA-MOORHEAD GUSTAVUS ADOLPHUS HAMLINE
"Cobbers" "Gusties" "Pipers"
Moorhead, MN St. Peter, MN St. Paul, MN
ST. JOHN'S ST. OLAF ST. THOMAS
"Johnnies" "Oles" "Tommies"
Collegeville, MN Northfield, MN St. Paul, MN

Comments

Hamline has a new helmet design for the 2013 season (shown above).


Historical Helmets

AUGSBURG

1997 - 2000? 2001? - 2004 2005 -

BETHEL

? - 1999? 2000? - 2003 2004 -

CARLETON

? - 2000 2001 -

Carleton reportedly began using the "Michigan" helmet design in 1982, but I do not know if it was used continuously from then until 2000. The 1981 helmet design was dark blue with three yellow stripes, and the previous helmet design, used from ? to 1980, was dark blue with one yellow stripe and with a gray faceguard (thanks to site visitor Emmitt B. for this information).


CONCORDIA-MOORHEAD

? - 2000 2001 - 2007 2008 -

GUSTAVUS ADOLPHUS

? - present

The current helmet design has apparently been in use at least since I created this web site in 1999. No information has been received about earlier helmet designs used by Gustavus Adolphus.


HAMLINE

? - 1999? 2001 - 2004 2005
2006 - 2009 2010 2011 - 2012
2013 -

During 2000 (and possibly earlier), Hamline used a helmet design like the first one shown above, but with the addition of a red "HU" logo on the sides, which may be glimpsed in the very low-quality photograph below. I would appreciate a copy of this logo so that I may add this one to the web site.


ST. JOHN'S

? - present

The current helmet design has apparently been used for many, many years, and I suspect that its immediate predecessor was probably identical, but with a gray facemask rather than white. However, I have not received any specific historical helmet information for this team.


ST. OLAF

1953 - 1964 1965 - 1980 1997 - 1998
2000 - 2001 2002 - 2010 1981 - 1996; 2011 -

ST. THOMAS

? - 2002? 2003? -

Purple facemasks were in use by at least 2003, and perhaps earlier.