The Auggies had the top rushing offense in the conference, averaging 263.4 yards per-game, while its 240.4 passing yards per-game was third-best.
The Auggie offensive line allowed just 10 sacks and 52 tackles for-loss in 2015.
As a recruiting coordinator, coach Privette has excelled in the highly competitive MIAC.
Since he took over the position in 1993 he has brought in 46 first team All-MIAC performers and 12 NCAA Division III All-Americans.
In 2011, first-year running back Tyler Maxwell earned All-MIAC honors and set a school record with 13 rushing touchdowns.Privette set several Augsburg receiving records, two of which -- career receptions (146) and catches in a game (14) -- stood until 1997, when they were broken by Scott Hvistendahl. dating gifte Høje-Taastrup Privette finished his career with 146 pass receptions and 1,792 career reception yards.Scott led the MIAC in total touchdowns, rushing yards per game and total offense.Scott was third in the nation in total offense, eigth in rushing, while accumulating a school record 1,436 yards on the ground.
Coach Privette has also been responsible for the development of three of the best quarterbacks in MIAC and school history: Derrin Lamker (1996-97), Jordan Berg (2005-08), and Marcus Brumm (2009-11).Lamker and Berg were finalists for the NCAA III Player of the Year award their respective senior seasons while Lamker was named the MIAC Most Valuable Player his senior season.QB Ayrton Scott ended the season as the nations #3 leader in total offense behind the tutoring of Coach Privette.The Auggies 2012 offense produced one All-American (Adam Carl), four All-West Region players (Adam Carl, Aryton Scott, Brian Rud, Hakeem Bourne-Mc Farland) and landed seven players on the All-Conference lists.Augsburg’s fourth all time passer, Paul Tetzloff (1996-00) (5,144 career yards) was also mentored under coach Privette.