Years at Loras: 1964-68
- Charles "Chuck" Von Feldt, a 1968 graduate, anchored the start of a basketball renaissance, and left an indelible mark on the Duhawk record book. More than 35 years after his last game, the Austin, Minn., Pacelli standout, still holds school records for the most field goals in a game (21), most field goals attempted in a game (31), ranks 15th in all-time scoring (1,184), third in rebounds (683), sixth in single season scoring average (22.6 in 1967-68) and ninth in free throws in a season (129 in 1967-68).
- As a junior, Von Feldt was one of the leaders of the Gerry Potts-coached team in 1966-67 that finished 18-10 - the most victories by a Duhawk team in 13 seasons. Known as a team player and rugged rebounder, Von Feldt had a 48-point single game and 24 rebounds in another game - two of the top individual performances in school history.
- Von Feldt co-captained the 1967-68 team and was more than a leader in name. He led the Duhawks in scoring (22.6 points), rebounds (13.2 a game) and shot a sizzling 63 percent from the floor. As a senior, one college sports publication selected him as the fourth best player among the nation's small colleges. Von Feldt was an all-Midlands Conference selection and became the 10th member of the Duhawks 1,000-point club.
- A leader off the court too, Von Feldt is a CPA who runs his own insurance agency and is a member of the local volunteer fire department in Burnsville, Minn., where he lives with his wife of 36-years, Judy. They have three children - Jana, Jaime and Jeff - and four grandchildren.