One of Indianola High School’s all-around athletes, Edmund graduated in 1998 after earning 7 letters in three different sports. In track, Edmund was a three-time state qualifier in the 400 low hurdles which he still holds the school record for with a time of 54.3 seconds. Edmund also holds team IHS records in the 4×200 and 4×400 relays and was recognized his senior year as elite all-state in track. During his football career, Edmund earned 2 letters and was 1st team All-State his senior year. As a TE for the Indians, he had 55 receptions, 12 TD’s and over 900 total yards of receiving. Edmund was also honored by representing Indianola in the annual Iowa Shine All-Star Football game. In basketball, Edmund was a key member of the 1997 and 1998 teams leading them to an overall record of 33-7. His individual accomplishments include: a 17.2 point/game and 10.1 rebounds/game which makes him the only player in school history to average a double/double for his career. Edmund was selected 2nd team All-State his junior year and Honorable Mention his senior year and was chosen to participate in the Dr. Pepper All-Star Basketball game in the summer of 1998.
Edmund continued his basketball career at the University of River Falls in Wisconsin where he was given the nickname “Steady Eddie”. As a freshman he found action in 24 out of 25 games which lead to him being named a starter and a mainstay for the Falcons for the remainder of his career. His senior season, Edmund finished with a 63.6% FGA placing him 9th in the nation earning him All-Conference Honorable Mention recognition.
Edmund recently graduated with a degree in Health and Human Performance and currently lives in Hudson, WI with his wife Tracy, where he coaches freshman football and sophomore basketball at North St. Paul High School in Minnesota.