Biographical Note: Keith Hanson was born in 1965 and attended Marquette University from 1982 to 1986. While attending Marquette, Hanson distinguished himself in track and cross country. He was a three-time Division I All-American in cross country, a four-time pick to the All-National Catholic team, and a four-year honoree to the All-Central Collegiate Conference Team. At the time of his induction, he held eight school individual and relay records. Hanson distinguished himself by winning the 10,000 meters at the NCAA Championships in 1986. The 5,000 meter champion at the 1986 Florida Relays, he claimed the 10,000 meters competition at the 1985 Southwest Missouri Relays. An honors student who majored in finance, Keith was a two-time Academic All-American and received the 1986 McCahill Award, the highest honor a Marquette student-athlete can receive. In 1987, he won the Founders Award recognizing the outstanding Amateur athlete in Wisconsin.
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Scope and Content: The collection consists of five scrapbooks containing clippings, photographs, newsletters, and magazines relating to Keith Hanson's athletic accomplishments in track and cross country, mainly from 1982 to 1986.