Founder of the LSU Golden Girls passes away at 96
BATON ROUGE, La - Mary Elizabeth Briggs Norckauer, founder of the LSU Golden Girls, passed away Wednesday evening.
The Golden Band from Tigerland confirmed her passing in a Facebook post.
Norckauer was the first choreographer for the famed dance group when it was first known as the Ballet Corps.
She taught dance, skating, shooting, and fencing for more than 30 years at LSU. Norckauer was a member of the U.S. Shooting Team and named Internally Distinguished Shooter. She also set world records in running, jumping, and throwing events for track and field.
Desktop NewsClick to open Continuous News in a sidebar that updates in real-time.
St. Luke's School shows appreciation for firefighters who battled flames during church...
Woman found shot to death at Florida Boulevard gas station
BREC Summer Camp signup began this weekend; look here to see options
Angel Reese escorted by Shaq for Senior Night celebration, Hailey Van Lith...
World champion steer wrestler inducted into East Ascension High School Hall of...