The well-known actor, motivational speaker and vocalist has been a favorite at UND sporting events and said he couldn't be happier with the job.
"In the national anthem universe ... to get a full-time gig for a program as popular and as storied as UND men's hockey is one in a million," Lindquist said.
The agreement is rare, Lindquist said, as the majority of universities don't hire one performer for all of their games.
That made Lindquist an obvious choice to perform at every game, he said.
"It's rare for an anthem singer to get a full time gig," Lindquist said. "It's like winning the national anthem lottery, so it's an honor for me."
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"I do the national anthem to keep the arts and singing in my life," he said.
Lindquist lives in
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