LWLHS Athletics Hall of Honor
Purpose of the Hall of Honor:
At Living Word we seek to honor our Lord through sport. We strive toward establishing standards of excellence in our practice habits, physical and mental preparations, and competitive spirit. Timber Wolf athletics exist to augment the academic and spiritual development at Living Word by positively contributing to the school-wide goal of developing the total person in Jesus Christ. The Living Word Lutheran Athletic Hall of Fame serves to recognize and celebrate the accomplishments of individuals and teams that exemplify these habits, preparation and service of our Lord through Living Word athletics.
Who can be nominated?
T-Wolf T.O.U.G.H. servant leader
How much time must elapse before one is eligible for induction?
Athletes/Teams are eligible after 5 years of graduation
Coaches are eligible after the completion of their tenure
T-Wolf T.O.U.G.H. servant leaders are eligible at any time
Deadline for entry is Friday, May 29, 2020
Have further questions?
Contact Tim Zbytniewski at or 262-677-9353.
Class of 2020
Becca Gosselin, Living Word class of 2012, was a driving force that put Living Word cross country on the map in her 3 year span with the T-Wolves. As Living Word’s 5k, 1600m, & 3200m record holder Becca was a 6-time state qualifier in both cross country and track. She helped lead the T-Wolf cross country team to back-to-back conference (2011 & 2012) and sectional (2011 & 2012) championships, including a 5th place team finish at the state meet in 2011. Becca went on to run for NCAA division 1 Bradley University while earning her degree in nursing. Becca now serves as Living Word’s head cross country coach in addition to her RN position at Aurora St Luke’s.
Erik Borresen, Living Word class of 2007, was an integral part of the early success of the Timberwolf basketball program. A member of the 1,000 point club, Erik was a 2x West Bend Daily News All-County Team, 2x Midwest Classic Conference First Team Selection and a Wisconsin Baseball Coaches Association All-Star selection his senior year. Erik holds school records in rebounds and blocks, is the 2nd all-time scorer. Borresen’s personal achievements helped drive the T-Wolves to the school’s first appearance in the regional championship along with a then school-record, 15 wins in 2006-07. Erik attended Lawrence University where he earned all-conference and team captain honors on two conference championship winning teams. Erik is now the athletic director at Carmen Schools of Science and Technology.
2007-2008 Girls Basketball Team
The 2007-2008 Girls Basketball team put together a memorable season earning many firsts for the school in the early years of T-Wolf athletics. Most notably the team won a school record 17 games in route to the school’s first ever conference championship in any sport. The deep roster knocked off Lake Country Lutheran three times throughout the course of the regular season and post-season play while experiencing winning streaks of 7 and 8 games. The T-Wolves were honored as a Preps Plus team of the week in addition to earning the school’s first #1 seed heading into WIAA regional competition. Living Word is proud of the young Christian women serving their families and communities in roles such as teachers, chefs, managers, social workers, doctors, and therapists.
Proud parent of two Living Word alum (Ryan & Josh), Mike Senkbeil is a longtime supporter of Christian education and specifically Living Word Lutheran. His commitment as a T-Wolf T.O.U.G.H. servant leader is second-to-none as he spends many sleepless nights pondering opportunities to advance the mission of T-Wolf athletics (and in turn Living Word Lutheran). Under Mike’s leadership and support countless projects have been completed throughout campus to better serve Living Word athletes. In addition, Mike serves as Living Word Lutheran’s foundation board president. Mike and wife, Lisa, continue as avid supporters of Christian education through their time and talents at both St Johns in West Bend and Living Word Lutheran.