John J. Keeter, Jr. Alumni Service Award

The Alumni Service Award is the highest alumni honor HSU can bestow. It is presented to the former student(s) who has contributed the most in his or her field of endeavor toward the betterment of HSU or who has rendered the greatest service to the university. Awards are selected by a committee whose members are established by a campus leadership role.

Roy and Sharon GrahamMr. Roy Graham & Mrs. Sharon (Smith) Graham
B.A. 1963 & B.B.A 1963
Alumni Leaders

Current HSU Trustee Roy Graham came to HSU from Midland High. The senior class president met and married another campus leader Sharon Smith, who hailed from Klondike. More recently, Sharon served a six-year term on HSU’s Alumni Association Board of Directors.

Roy and Sharon own a full-time private business in farming and ranching in Greenwood (West Texas) where they have a successful cotton operation. Both are active in their community, holding various leadership and support roles, and he is a 44-year deacon at their church, Greenwood Baptist.

Roy and Sharon have demonstrated their life-long HSU dedication through continued friendships, volunteer service, and gracious support. All three of the Graham children caught the vision and attended HSU – Andrea ’89 (& Monty Chapman ’88), Mark ’92 (& Marian Shelton ’92), and Darla ‘94X (& Layne Morrow). One of their seven grandchildren is an HSU freshman.

We are very grateful for the opportunity to serve and support a university that cherishes Biblically-based values and seeks to be a shining light in today’s world.

Past Recipients

NameAward YearBio
Mr. Roy Graham & Mrs. Sharon (Smith) Graham BA 1963 & BBA 1963 2014-2015 Bio
Mrs. Melinda (Offner) Stricklin BEd 1983 2013-2014 Bio
Col. Glenn Bratcher BBA 1957 2012-2013 Bio
Mrs. Billie (Shirley) Martin BA 1948, MEd 1954 2011-2012 Bio
Dr. Fred E. Aurbach '66 2010-2011 Bio
Mr. Joe Sharp '58 2009-2010 Bio
Mr. John Crowe '56 2008-2009  
Mrs. Betty (Thornton) Crowe '55 2008-2009  
Mrs. Bee (Agnew) Shackelford '41 2007-2008 Bio
Dr. Clinton E. Wolf '50 2006-2007  
Mrs. Joan (Penney) Wolf '50 2006-2007  
Mr. James Magee Parker '51 2005-2006  
Mrs. Dottie (Shaw) Parker '42/'72 2004-2005  
Dr. Robert Lacewell '50 2003-2004  
Mrs. Martha (Nollner) Lacewell '50 2003-2004  
Dr. David S. "Scotty" Holland ex'51 2002-2003  
Mr. Jud Powell '76/'78 2001-2002  
Mrs. Linda (Scarborough) Powell '72 2001-2002  
Dr. Gerald E. Martin '48 2000-2001  
Dr. Jake Whitaker '51 1999-2000  
Mr. Doyle Kelley '51 1998-1999  
Mr. Hal Haralson '57 1997-1998  
Miss Hattie Bell Martin '40 1996-1997  
Mrs. Marylyn Arnot '43 1995-1996  
Mr. Robert E. Hitt '49 1994-1995  
Mr. WIlliam F. McCord '51 1993-1994  
Mrs. Billie Scott '47 1992-1993  
Mr. Gene Adams '54/'62 1991-1992  
Mr. C. Kenneth Hill, Jr. '48 1990-1991  
Mr. Guy W. Shaw '36 1989-1990  
Mr. Jim H. Jennings '30 1988-1989  
Dr. W.C. "Prof" Ribble '27 1987-1988  
Mrs. Charles (Koreen Logsdon) Hemphill 1986-1987  
Miss Aileen Culpepper '40 1985-1986  
Dr. John Hanna Brewer '30 1984-1985  
Mrs. Tid McAden '41 1983-1984  
Mr. Glen Burroughs '49/'50 1982-1983  
Dr. T.W. "Jack" Dean '47 1981-1982  
Dr. Virginia Boyd Conally '33 1980-1981  
Mrs. Lunelle Hemphill '29 1979-1980  
Mrs. W.B. Irvin '21 1978-1979  
Dr. Bill Tippen '43 1977-1978  
Mr. J.E. Johnson '29 1976-1977  
Dr. Elwin Skiles '34 1975-1976  
Dr. Frank Cadenhead '42 1974-1975  
Mr. James Cassle '41 1973-1974  
Mr. Hal Pender '47 1972-1973  
Mr. Charles Logsdon 1971-1972  
Mr. Marion B. McClure 1970-1971  
Mr. Wilton O. Davis '50 1969-1970  
Miss Katharyn Duff '36 1968-1969  
Dr. Lee Hemphill '29 1967-1968  
Dr. Dossie Wiggins 1966-1967  
Mr. Thomas Evans 1965-1966  
Rev. Boyce Evans '49 1964-1965  
Mrs. L.H. Beckham 1963-1964  
Mr. Frank Junell '34 1962-1963  
Mr. Alvin Woody '49 1961-1962  
Dr. W.B. Irvin '21/'27 1960-1961  
Hon. George Mahon '24 1959-1960  
Mr. Guy Caldwell '27 1958-1959  
Mr. J.C. Hunter '34 1957-1958  
Mrs. H.A. Pender '47 1956-1957  
Mr. & Mrs. Solon Featherston '18 1955-1956  
Rev. Bryon Bryant '40 1954-1955  
Dr. Otis English '21 1953-1954  
Dr. Conrad Lam '27 1952-1953  
Dr. C. Wayne Evans '40 1951-1952  
Dr. Rupert N. Richardson '12 1950-1951  
Mr. Eugene Holman '16 1949-1950  
Rev. P.D. O'Brien '17 1948-1949  
Mr. Leroy C. Jennings, Sr. '28 1947-1948  
Mrs. Tate May '40 1946-1947  
Mr. Raymond Foy '18 1945-1946  
Mr. J.D. Sandefer '20 1945-1946  
Mr. Barney Carter 1944-1945  
Mr. Rupert Johnson '29 1943-1944  


Distinguished Alumni Award

The Distinguished Alumni Award, given since 1970, is presented to alumni whose personal and professional accomplishments are exemplary of the ideals and aims of the University and thus bring honor to HSU. Awards are selected by a committee whose members are established by a campus leadership role.

David HalesMr. David F. Hales
B.S. 1966, Political Science
Diplomat & Education Administrator

Until retiring in August 2014, David Hales served as President and CEO of Second Nature, the Boston-based advocacy organization committed to promoting sustainability through higher education. He was previously president of College of the Atlantic. Under his leadership, COA doubled its endowment and was widely recognized for its educational excellence and sustainability leadership. As a diplomat, Hales has represented the U.S. in numerous intergovernmental negotiations, and was the first American to serve as Chair of the World Heritage Convention.

At HSU, he was active in student government, lettered in both varsity basketball and track, and pledged Sigma Delta Sigma. A native of Ft. Worth, he and his wife, Barbara McLeod, share a home on Mount Desert Island, ME, with their son, Daniel. He has three grown children and four grandchildren.

HSU, in the 1960s, an environment of nurture and intellectual challenge. Significant scholars. All-American athletes. Good Friends. A good place to grow…

Rene Maciel Mr. René Maciel
B.B.S. 1981, Religious Education
Education Administrator & Pastor

René Maciel is the seventh President and CEO of the Baptist University of the Américas in San Antonio, with over 25 years’ experience in higher education administration. He is also serving as interim pastor of First Baptist Church, Castroville. Before coming to BUA, he was Assistant Dean for Administrative and Academic Services at George W. Truett Theological Seminary (Baylor University).

An active student leader at HSU, René was in Tau Alpha Phi, played varsity basketball, and lettered in varsity golf. In 2010, HSU’s Logsdon Seminary honored him with their Distinguished Alumnus Award. René and Sabrina (Dunham ’84) live in Castroville and have two grown children, Briana & Carmen.

I am grateful for the education I received at Hardin-Simmons, but I am even more thankful for the spiritual start it gave me away from my home and my family.

Tina SchielMs. Tina M. (Hendrix) Schiel
B.B.A 1987, Marketing
Business Executive

Tina Schiel is Executive Vice President and Chief Stores officer for Target. She was recruited straight out of HSU in 1987 to be an area manager for Target stores. Since then, she has held multiple leadership roles within the organization, including Senior VP roles for regional stores and for new business development and strategy. In her tenure as EVP, she has assumed responsibility for the Assets Protection team and, most recently, for Target Canada’s stores and distribution teams. Schiel now leads a team of more than 300,000 members in over 1,900 stores which generate above $70 billion in annual sales. She has been a member of The American National Red Cross Board of Governors since 2013. Tina, an HSU Delta and Gold Dusters alumna, lives in Minneapolis, MN, with her children, Sydney and Katrina, and is engaged to Adam Tyler.

At HSU, I got an amazing education from some of the best professors possible. And I got the opportunity to grow up and find myself in an environment that was caring, supportive, safe, and fun.

Past Recipients

NameAward YearBio
Mr. David F. Hales, BS 1966 2014-2015 Bio
Mr. René Maciel, BBS 1981 2014-2015 Bio
Ms. Tina M. (Hendrix) Schiel, BBA 1987 2014-2015 Bio
Mrs. Sue (Fargo) Conley, BS 1989/1990 2013-2014 Bio
Mr. Ivan Smith Jr., BBA 1968 2013-2014 Bio
Mrs. Louanne (Worley) Stephens, BA 1964 2013-2014 Bio
Dr. Patricia Blanton, BA 1962 2012-2013 Bio
Mrs. Paula (Turney) Edwards, BM 1977/MM 1978 2012-2013 Bio
LTC James Fergerson, BS 1988 2012-2013 Bio
Mrs. Elizabeth (Cohorn) Abernethy, BA 1971 2011-2012 Bio
Mr. Charles Davis, BM 1984  2011-2012 Bio
Mr. Robert C. Moates, BA 1951 2011-2012 Bio
Dr. Ruth Schleifer, BA 1982 2010-2011 Bio
Mr. Marv Knox, BS 1979 2010-2011 Bio
Major General Jose S. Mayorga, MBA 1989 2010-2011 Bio
Mr. Harvey Catchings, 1974 2009-2010  
Dr. Jack Graham, 1972 2009-2010  
Mr. Gene Adams, 1954/1962 2008-2009  
Mrs. Rebecca (Barlow) Jordan, ex 1966 2008-2009  
Mr. Joe Strickland,1976 2008-2009  
The Reverend Canon Naim (Steve) Ateek, 1963 2007-2008  
Mr. Stacy Blair, 1977 2007-2008  
Dr. Hilton Hemphill, 1963 2007-2008  
Mrs. Ann Smith Coody, 1959 2006-2007  
Retired Brigadier General R.L. Herring Jr., 1946 2006-2007  
Dr. Bill O'Brien, 1955 2006-2007  
Miss Betsy Brown, 1977 2005-2006  
Mr. Larry English, 1969 2005-2006  
Dr. Carl O. Trusler, 1968 2005-2006  
Dr. Jan Evans Patterson, 1978 2004-2005  
Mr. Bill T. Teague, 1961 2004-2005  
Dr. W.E. (Bill) Thorn, 1948 2004-2005  
Mrs. Frances (Fran) Osborne Adkins, 1970 2003-2004  
Retired Lt. Colonel Consuelo Castillo Kickbusch, 1976 2003-2004  
Dr. Dan Yeary, 1961 2003-2004  
Mr. Terry DuBose, 1966 2002-2003  
Retired Colonel Jack Grogan Jr., 1967 2002-2003  
Dr. Gene Wofford, 1952 2002-2003  
Dr. Lynne Abney, 1970 2001-2002  
Mr. Max Arrell, 1959 2001-2002  
Dr. Verney Sallee, 1964 2001-2002  
Mr. Charles Elliott, 1965 2000-2001  
Dr. Nathan A. Ivey, 1948 2000-2001  
Mr. Edmund Nichols, 1953 2000-2001  
Mr. Steve Stroope, 1976 1999-2000  
Dr. Jim Towns, 1965 1999-2000  
Mr. Bob Tremaine, 1957 1999-2000  
Mr. Claude Dollins, 1963 1998-1999  
Miss Marilois Kirksey, 1957 1998-1999  
Mr. Bob Evans, 1961 1997-1998  
Dr. Richard Ross, 1972 1997-1998  
Miss Margaret Waldrop, 1968 1997-1998  
Mr. Lonnie Allsup, ex 1951 1996-1997  
Dr. Francis McBeth, 1954 1996-1997  
Mr. Jerry Reynolds, 1963 1996-1997  
Mr. John Clayton, 1964 1995-1996  
Mr. Dale Coody, 1959 1995-1996  
Mr. Tom Womble, 1965 1995-1996  
Mr. Jaylon Fincannon, 1968 1994-1995  
Mr. Lewis Stephens, 1952 1994-1995  
Dr. Marijohn Melson Wilkin, 1940 1994-1995  
Mrs. Judy Malone Finch, 1966 1993-1994  
Mr. Fred McNab, 1976 1993-1994  
Dr. Fred E. Aurbach, 1966 1992-1993  
Mr. Robert Holladay, 1962 1992-1993  
Miss Frances Carol Knight 1992-1993  
Dr. Truett Latimer, 1951 1991-1992  
Mrs. Linda Loutherback Putnam, 1967 1991-1992  
Mr. Joseph Garrison, 1949 1990-1991  
Mrs. Mary J. Curtis Island, 1971 1990-1991  
Colonel Bryan Shelburne Jr., 1965 1990-1991  
Mr. Joseph Archer Gibson, 1924 1989-1990  
Mr. William (Bill) T. Morgan, 1948 1989-1990  
Mrs. Dellana West O'Brien, 1953 1989-1990  
Mrs. Maridell Fisher Fryar, 1957 1988-1989  
Mr. Charles Tandy, 1949 1988-1989  
Mr. David Wong, 1954 1988-1989  
Mrs. Nancy Sample Garms, 1960 1987-1988  
Mr. Elbert E. Hall, 1931 1987-1988  
Mrs. Elizabeth Junell Baugh, 1936 1986-1987  
Dr. Bryce Jordan, 1942 1986-1987  
Mrs. Helen Jean Bond Parks, 1948 1986-1987  
Mr. William Gaddis, 1938 1985-1986  
Mr. Charles McLaughlin, 1957 1985-1986  
Dr. Betty Pearce Stephenson, 1947 1985-1986  
Mr. Nelson H. Dyess, 1951 1984-1985  
Dr. James Flamming, 1955 1984-1985  
Mr. A.B. Foster Jr., 1947 1984-1985  
Mr. D. Dale Haralson, 1959 1983-1984  
Dr. David S. "Scotty" Holland, 1950 1983-1984  
Mr. Kenneth T. Whitescarver, 1942 1983-1984  
Dr. Hollis E. Bivens, 1948 1982-1983  
Mr. Doyle E. Larson, 1962 1982-1983  
Retired Brigadier General Jack T. Martin, 1948 1982-1983  
Mr. Guy Caldwell, 1927 1981-1982  
Mrs. Jeannette Tippitt Caldwell, 1928 1981-1982  
Miss Aletha Fuller, 1945 1981-1982  
Mr. Jack R. Taylor, 1953 1981-1982  
Mr. Joseph H. Arnette, 1953 1979-1980  
Dr. Claude A. Hicks, 1955 1979-1980  
Mr. Fred R. Higginbotham, 1948 1979-1980  
Mr. Gordon Wood, 1938 1978-1979  
Mrs. Magnolia Starks McCullough, 1967 1978-1979  
Mr. Jeter D. Fulbright, Jr., 1972 1978-1979  
Mrs. Virginia Dale Moore, 1948 1977-1978  
Mr. Glen Burroughs, 1949 1977-1978  
Dr. Conrad Ramsey Lam, 1927 1977-1978  
Mr. Fred Earl Ingerson, 1928 1976-1977  
Dr. Zollie Steakley, 1929 1976-1977  
Mr. Darold Hugh Morgan, 1944 1976-1977  
Mr. John Hanna Brewer, 1930 1975-1976  
Mr. Joe Wright Burton, 1929 1975-1976  
Mr. James Nathan Tidwell, 1929 1975-1976  
Mrs. Maye Bell Taylor, 1929 1974-1975  
Mr. William T. Reid, 1926 1974-1975  
Dr. W. Hines Sims, 1928 1974-1975  
Dr. Virginia Boyd Connally, 1933 1973-1974  
Mr. T. Burns McKinney, 1938 1973-1974  
Mr. Willie (Bill) L. Scott, 1947 1973-1974  
Miss Elizabeth F. Riley, 1929 1972-1973  
Mr. George H. Mahon, 1924 1972-1973  
Mr. C. Moxley Featherston, 1948 1972-1973  
Mr. Warren C. Hultgren, 1947 1971-1972  
Dr. Dossie M. Wiggins, 1919 1971-1972  
Mr. John Leland Atwood, 1926 1970-1971  
Mr. Byron E. Pollock, 1929 1970-1971  
Mr. Rupert N. Richardson, 1912 1970-1971  


Outstanding Young Alumni

Recognizing Alumni who have attained outstanding achievements in their field of endeavor, community, state or nation. This award was created by the Board of Young Associates and was first presented in 2004.

Mr. Justin Furnace
B.A. 2001, History/Bible
Government and Public Affairs Specialist

Justin is Director of External Affairs for Hilcorp Energy Company, one of the largest privately-owned oil and gas companies in the U.S. He also serves on the Board of Directors for Zion Oil and Gas, a NASDAQ listed company working to find oil in Israel. Previously, he was President of the Texas Independent Producers & Royalty Owners Assn.

Without question the relationships I developed as a student at Hardin-Simmons have been critical to my development both personally and professionally. It’s safe to say that, in large measure, much of what I have accomplished thus far in my career is directly attributable to the years I spent at HSU.

Mr. Jason Newman
B.A. 1995, English/Communication
Trial Attorney – Energy Litigation

Jason is a trial attorney specializing in energy litigation. As a partner in the Baker Botts law firm of Houston, he advises energy clients on all aspects of legal and operational issues arising from the rapid development of various oil and gas shale plays throughout the U.S.

HSU is truly home to me. I literally grew up there, following my dad around campus and going on field trips with his students to the Guadalupe Mountains and our family land. It was natural fit for me to complete my undergraduate education there.

Ms. Allison Rhodes
1995x, Political science/Economics
Investment Advisor

Allison is a vice president and private wealth advisor in the Dallas office of Goldman Sachs, working with ultra-high-net-worth families and foundations throughout the Southwest. Previously she was the Global Research Coordinator at Citi Investment Research, and served as a public relations advisor to Fortune 100 companies.

My days at Hardin-Simmons provided the grounding and confidence I needed to step out of my comfort zone, embrace risk-taking, and pursue my dreams. The wonderful faculty and fellow students, many of whom remain life-long friends, challenged and encouraged me. On this campus I was exposed to opportunities that shaped my understanding of the world. Hardin-Simmons will always feel like a second home, and I’m grateful for this University’s impact on my life.

Past Recipients

NameTitleAward YearBio
Mr. Justin Furnace, 2001 Government and Public Affairs Specialist 2014-2015 Bio
Mr. Jason Newman, 1995 Trial Attorney – Energy Litigation 2014-2015 Bio
Ms. Allison Rhodes, 1995x Investment Advisor 2014-2015 Bio
Mr. Chad Braun, 1994 Chief Financial Officer 2013-2014 Bio
Ms. Deanna Julian, 2000 Entertainer 2013-2014 Bio
Dr. Jason Terrell, 2002 Medical Doctor 2013-2014 Bio
Mr. Michael Daggs Jr, 1996/2000  Excellence Consultant 2012-2013 Bio
Dr. Dan Munton, 1991 Physician 2012-2013 Bio
Dr. Emily Prevost, 2000/2002 Leadership Developer 2012-2013 Bio
Mr. Brian Bessent, 1996 Speech Therapist/Administrator  2011-2012 Bio
Dr. David Lott, 1997/2008 Physical Therapist 2011-2012 Bio
Mrs. Melanie Ocana, 2000 Business Owner 2011-2012 Bio
Ms. Terri Hendrix, Music 1990 Award-Winning Musician 2010-2011 Bio
Mr. Todd Gentzel, BBS 1995 Business Strategist 2010-2011 Bio
Mr. Leighton Flowers, BBS 1997 Youth Ministry Executive 2010-2011 Bio
Dr. Brad Butler, 1997 Anesthesiologist 2009-2010  
Mr. Michael McCown, 1997 Professional Opera Singer 2009-2010  
Mr. James Christoferson, 1997 Politician 2009-2010  
Mr. Darren Allman, 1994 Coach and Athletic Director 2008-2009  
Dr. Tracy Manly, 1993 Professor 2008-2009  
Mr. Joe Darren Weir, 1995 Digital Media/Communication 2008-2009  
Mr. Dickson Masindano, 2001 International Orphan Care 2007-2008  
Mr. Mike McMaude, 1990 Health Care and Insurance 2007-2008  
Dr. Laura Pogue, 1987/1991 Professor 2007-2008  
Dr. Lori Conklin, 1988 Anesthesiologist and Professor 2006-2007  
Dr. James Morrow, 1987 Choral Director 2006-2007  
Mr. Mike Hammack, 1985/1989 Ministry 2005-2006  
Mr. Dean Nolen, 1989 Acting 2005-2006  
Alex Vasquez, 1985 Law 2005-2006  
Mr. Greg Solomon, 1983 Community Development 2004-2005  
Dr. Christy Stanlake, 1994 Theater and Teacher 2004-2005  
Mr. Phil Wilson, 1990 Government 2004-2005  
Mr. Victor Carrillo, 1986 Texas Railroad Commissioner 2003-2004  
Leland Harden,1984 Entrepreneur and Author 2003-2004  


Athletics Hall of Fame Inductees

The Athletics Hall of Fame honors former athletes and coaches who made a significant contribution to HSU and the athletics program. They are selected at least 10 years after completing their HSU playing career (after five years for coaches), by a committee including current and former HSU athletes from various sports. Nominations are accepted year-round.

Joe ArdenDr. Joe Arden
BA 1960

In the 1960 season, Joe Arden captained the men’s basketball team and was leading scorer and rebounder. He was fourth in the Border Conference in field goal accuracy, making 46.3 of his shots, and the second leading conference rebounder. He scored a career-high 30 points against NTSU. After graduation, Arden toured with the opposition team playing against the Harlem Magicians. He served in U.S. Army Intelligence before joining the University of Maryland’s overseas program as a faculty member, beginning a 40-year career as a professor and director throughout Europe and Asia. He is a member of the International Hall of Fame, Adult & Continuing Education (2001), and in 2003, received the prestigious “Presidential Medal” from UM.

Lauren HarrisMs. Lauren Harris
BBS 2004

Lauren Harris helped lead the Cowgirls to the Elite Eight in her senior season, averaging 15.4 points per game. She led the Cowgirls in scoring with 20 points in a NCAA playoff victory against Maryville. She was named first-team All-ASC, All-South region and was a finalist for the Jostens trophy as best Div. III student-athlete. She was a two-time academic all-district selection and is the career leader in 3-pointers made in a game, season and career. She played in four conference championships and is the all-time games-played leader with 114. A certified strength and conditioning specialist, Harris joined the University of Nebraska staff in Feb. 2012, leading strength and conditioning for the volleyball, softball, soccer, women’s gymnastics, and rifle programs.

Jerry MobleyJerry Mobley
BS 1962

After a successful high school and junior college career, Jerry Mobley joined the HSU Golf team in the fall of 1959. That first season, the team posted a 4-1 record in their dual matches. The following year, the team set the then school record of 19 under par 265 as Mobley carded a 66. He won the Border Conference individual championship, 1961, and was named to the 1961 NCAA College All-America team. After an Army stint, Mobley’s golf career has spanned over 35 years. He’s won 85 amateur, 11 professional, and seven senior tournaments. Throughout, he has been an innovator in golf operations, and was recently involved in building the initial First Tee golf facility in the U.S.

Jared SandersonJared Sanderson
BBS 2002

All-American Sanderson is still the all-time leader in tackles for loss and ranks second all-time in tackles (403). He was a three-time first team All-American Southwest Conference selection, and was the 2001 ASC Defensive Player of the Year. He also earned All-American honors. During the 2000 regular season game with UMHB, Sanderson had 20 tackles in the Cowboys win. In the 2000 NCAA playoff victory over Western Maryland, Sanderson led all players with 10 tackles and helped propel a defense that kept WM to only 27 yards rushing/264 yards total offense. HSU advanced to the NCAA Semifinals that season. Sanderson is now in his second season as the Levelland High head football coach and athletic director.

Past Recipients

NameTitleAward YearBio
Joe Arden, BA 1960 Basketball 2014-2015 Bio
Lauren Harris, BBS 2004 Basketball 2014-2015 Bio
Jerry Mobley, BS 1962 Golf 2014-2015 Bio
Jared Sanderson, BBS 2002 Football 2014-2015 Bio
Todd Baumann, BS 1996 Football 2013-2014 Bio
Jan Briggs, BS 1958 Volleyball 2013-2014 Bio
Kendra Anderson Hassell Women's Basketball 2013-2014 Bio
2010 Women's Soccer Team Women's Soccer 2013-2014 Bio
Darren Allman BBS '94 Football 2012-2013 Bio
Ted Edmondson BS '59 Football 2012-2013 Bio
Tim O'Leary BEd '83 Soccer 2012-2013 Bio
Meredith Hare Stone BA '01/MA '06 Golf 2012-2013 Bio
Mr. Jimmie Keeling Head Football Coach 2011-2012 Bio
Mr. George Hine, Jr (dec) '49/'50 Sports Information Director 2011-2012 Bio
Mr. Kirk Rogers '04 Football 2011-2012 Bio
Mr. Gary Marable '77 Tennis Player & Coach 2011-2012 Bio
Mr. Pete Murray BBA '57/MPT '63 Football & Basketball 2010-2011 Bio
Dr. Melanie Forster Muhr BS '00 Soccer 2010-2011 Bio
Miss Kathryn Otwell BBS '99 Basketball 2010-2011 Bio
Mr. Lynn Turner BA '90 Baseball 2010-2011 Bio


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