Sam Houston Sport-By-Sport Record Books
(includes team, individual marks & annual scores)
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SHSU Lettermen's Hall of Honor
Complete listing of members of the SHSU
Lettermen's Association Hall of Honor

Important Dates In Bearkat History
A timeline of SHSU athletic milestones

Bearkat Sports Team Championships
Nine national titles, 53 conference crowns

National Championship Appearances
46 National Championship playoff berths

 


Important Dates in Bearkat Athletic History


April 2, 1906 - Sam Houston fields its first athletic team in the sport of baseball.

October 6, 1912 - Rice defeats Sam Houston State 20-6 in the first football game ever played by either school.

January 29, 1918 - Known then as "The Normals," Sam Houston State's first basketball team defeats Alexander College 35-2 in the first game of an undefeated 7-0 season.

April 1, 1923 - Sam Houston State joins the Texas Intercollegiate Athletic Association (TIAA), its first intercollegiate athletics conference affiliation. During the 1923 season, Sam Houston adopts "Bearkats" as the nickname for its athletic teams. The name comes from a slogan of the time "tough as a Bearkat!" The spelling with a "k" instead of a "c" denotes a mythical creature.


February 26, 1925 - A 35-15 victory over Southwest Texas in Huntsville clinches the TIAA basketball championship for Sam Houston with a 10-2 league record for the school's first intercollegiate conference title.

November 24, 1930 - The Bearkats defeat Stephen F. Austin 20-0 in Huntsville to complete an undefeated (9-0-1) season and clinch the Texas Intercollegiate Athletic Association football championship for Sam Houston's first conference title on the gridiron.

April 25, 1931 - Sam Houston joins East Texas, North Texas, Southwest Texas, and Stephen F. Austin as charter members of the Lone Star Conference.

March 1, 1940 - As a member of the Lone Star Conference, Sam Houston State makes its first national intercollegiate affiliation by becoming a member of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA).


December 1, 1956
- Sam Houston State defeats Middle Tennessee State 27-13 in the Refrigerator Bowl in Evansville, Indiana, to complete the Bearkats' only unbeaten, untied football season (10-0).

June 8, 1963 - Fred Beene allows Grambling only three hits as Sam Houston State defeats the Tigers 2-1 to win the NAIA World Series Baseball National Championship in Emporia, Kansas.

December 12, 1964 - The Bearkats and Concordia of Minnesota battle to a 7-7 tie in the NAIA Finals at Augusta, Ga, as the Bearkats become NAIA Football National Co-Champions.


March 2, 1973 - The Bearkats defeat Saint Mary's of San Antonio 61-54 to earn a berth in the NAIA National Basketball Championships in Kansas City, ending the regular season with a 27-0 record with a number one ranking in the Associate Press College Basketball Poll. Xavier College of Louisiana eliminated Sam Houston 67-60 in the second round of the national tournament.

Feb. 9, 1976 - Bernard G. Johnson Coliseum, home of Bearkat men's and women's basketball, is dedicated with a 59-54 victory over Southwest Texas State University.


Nov. 29, 1969 - The first Sam Houston State women's basketball team takes the floor as women's varsity sports teams come under the umbrella of the Bearkat athletic department. The first women's softball squad begins competition one year later.


May 28, 1981
- A game-winning double in the bottom of the seventh inning gives Sam Houston State a 1-0 victory over Emporia State of Kansas and its first women's sports championship as the Bearkats capture the first ever NAIA National Softball Championship at the national tournament in Conroe, Texas.

June 5, 1981 - Sam Houston State, serving as host for the 30th annual NAIA National Golf Championships at Waterwood National Golf Club, wins its fourth consecutive NAIA National Golf Championship.

June 15, 1981 - The affliliation of Sam Houston State and the other Lone Star Conference members with the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) at the Division II level is accepted. The NCAA designates the 1982-83 season as Sam Houston State's first an an NCAA Division II team.


May 17, 1982
- In Sam Houston's first season of competition at the NCAA Division II level, Sam Houston State defeated Northridge State of California 3-2 to win the NCAA Division II National Softball Championships at the NCAA World Series in Bridgeport, Connecticut.

September 26, 1983 - Sam Houston State joins with Nicholls State, Northwestern State, Southeastern Louisiana, Southwest Texas State, and Stephen F. Austin to form the Gulf Star Conference. Competition in the new league begins during the 1984-85 school year.

December 7, 1985 - Coming from two games down to win 15-9 in the fifth game, Sam Houston State women's volleyball team defeats Mississippi University for Women to advance to the NCAA Division II Volleyball National Final Four for the second year in a row.

March 7, 1986 - The Bearkats earn an NCAA Division II National Basketball Championships playoff berth, falling to Delta State 61-59 in the first round of the regionals in Cape Girardeau, Missouri.

September 13, 1986 - Bearkat Stadium (renamed Bowers Stadium to honor former Sam Houston State President Elliott T. Bowers in 1990) is opened with a 23-6 victory over Montana State. The 14,000-seat complex is one of the finest in NCAA Division I-AA football.

April 24, 1987 - Sam Houston State completes its move up to the NCAA Division I level (NCAA Division I-AA in football) as the University moves with four other Gulf Star members (Nicholls, Northwestern State, Southwest Texas, and Stephen F. Austin) into the Southland Conference.

May 22, 1993 - The Sam Houston State softball team defeats University of Illinois-Chicago to win the National Invitational Championship softball tournament in McComb, IL.

Nov. 20, 1993 - Sam Houston State defeats Stephen F. Austin in four games to win the Southland Conference post-season tournament and advance to the NCAA Division I volleyball championships, the Bearkats' first appearance in an NCAA Division I national women's championship event.

Oct. 24, 1994 - A crowd of 16,148 (the largest crowd ever to witness a sports event in Huntsville) watches along with an ABC regional television audience as Sam Houston State defeats 14th-ranked Alcorn State (and their NFL-bound quarterback Steve McNair) at Bowers Stadium.

 

May 23, 1996 - The Sam Houston State baseball team, making its third NCAA Division I Regional playoff appearance, upsets the number two ranked team in the nation, the Miami Hurricanes, 5-4, in Austin for the highest ranked NCAA Division I victory by any Bearkat team.

December 1, 2001 - Alex St. Peter kicks a 20-yard field goal with no time remaining to give Sam Houston State its first NCAA Division I-AA national playoff victory, a 34-31 win over Northern Arizona at Bowers Stadium. The Bearkats went 10-3 to win the Southland football title, reached the quarterfinals of the playoffs, and earned SHSU's highest final national ranking ever (seventh).


March 14, 2003
- After winning their second Southland Conference men's basketball regular season championship in four years, the Bearkats defeat Stephen F. Austin in overtime 69-66 to earn Sam Houston its first NCAA Division I basketball playoff berth. The largest crowd ever to see a Sam Houston State game in Johnson Coliseum (5,169) plus a national ESPN2 cable television audience watch. The Bearkats lost in the first round to Florida one week later.

May 19, 2003 - Bearkat sprinters Chris Stewart, Adam Wooten, and Courtney Boston finish first, second, and third in both the 100 and 200 meter dashes and set a school record in the 4x100 relay as Sam Houston State produces its highest Southland Conference point total ever and sents a record number of athletes to the NCAA Regional meet.


April 24, 2004 -
Led by Raman Saran, who wins the individual medalist title with a 227 total, Sam Houston State earns its first Southland Conference women's golf championship at the annual league tournament held in Pelican Point, LA. The Bearkat women edge Texas State-San Marcos by one stroke, 937 to 938.

Nov. 20, 2004 - Sam Houston State defeats Texas State-San Marcos 27-9 to clinch its second Southland Conference football championship in four years. The Bearkats end the 2004 season ranked fourth nationally, Sam Houston State's highest final NCAA Division I-AA national ranking ever. Following the season, Ron Randleman retires as football coach after winning 132 games in 23 seasons with the Bearkats.

Dec. 5, 2004 - Down 20 points with 14 minutes to play, Dustin Long leads a Bearkat rally that ends with the winning touchdown and PAT on the final play of the game as Sam Houston defeats Eastern Washington 35-34 in the NCAA quarterfinals on ESPN2 national television. The victory puts the Kats in the NCAA Division I-AA national semifinals against Montana.

May 15, 2005 -- Sam Houston State wins both the Southland Conference men's and women's outdoor track and field championships as the Bearkats host the meet at the Bowers Stadium and Meredith York track complex. The Bearkat men score 188 points while the women post 172.5 points.

May 21, 2005 -- With league championships in football and both men's and women's outdoor track and field and runner-up finishes in two other sports, Sam Houston State wins its first Southland Conference Commissioner's Cup trophy. The coveted award is given to the top athletic program in the Southland Conference each year.


Nov. 14, 2005
- Sam Houston State upsets Big 12 Conference powerhouse Missouri 80-77 in the Bearkats' first NCAA Division I Preseason NIT appearance. The victory pits SHSU against Drexel in the Preseason NIT quarterfinals on ESPN2 national TV. Four months later, the Bearkat basketball team again appears on ESPN2 national TV in the finals of the Southland Conference post-season tournament

May 15 , 2006 - For the second year in a row, Sam Houston wins both the men's and women's outdoor track and field championships. The victories, this year in Arlington, clinch the Southland Conference Commissioner's Cup All-Sports trophy for a second consecutive year.


Sept. 30 , 2006 - The University of Texas Longhorns, winners of the Rose Bowl and the 2005 national championship, play host to Sam Houston at Memorial Stadium in Austin. A crowd of 88,913 see the game, the largest audience ever for a Sam Houston State sporting event.

October 28, 2006 - The Ron Randleman Strength and Fitness Center is dedicated. The 11,000- square foot center was made possible by a gift from Houston businessman Ron Mafrige and is part of more than $9 million of athletic facility improvements that also include Don Sanders Stadium (baseball), Bearkat Softball Complex, Ron Mafrige Field House and the Michael McIver Golf Training Center at Raven's Nest Golf Course.

Feb. 17 , 2007 - The Bearkats win the 2007 Southland Conference Women's Indoor Track and Field championships with a school record point total for SHSU track and field's fifth championship in three years.

May 12, 2007 - Softball shuts out Texas State 1-0 to win the Southland Conference post-season tournament and it Sam Houston its first NCAA Division I softball national tournament appearance

May 16, 2007 - Sam Houston becomes the first Southland Conference university to earn the Southland Commissioner's Cup All-Sports Trophy three years in a row

June 3, 2007 - The Kat baseball team rallies for a 12-11 11-inning victory over Southern Mississippi at Oxford, MS, to reach the finals of the NCAA Regional baseball tournament against host Ole Miss


May 18, 2008 - The Sam Houston women's track and field team completes a sweep of both the Southland indoor and outdoor championships.

May 25, 2008 - For the second year in a row, Sam Houston sweeps undefeated through the Southland Conference baseball tournament to earn a second consecutive NCAA Regional berth

May 23, 2009 - Baseball sets a Southland Conference record with 12 consecutive post-season tournament wins to again sweep to a third straight NCAA regional appearanc

March 13, 2010 - Sam Houston defeats Stephen F. Austin 64-48 on ESPN2 national cable TV to win the Southland Conference men's basketball post season tournament championship. The Bearkats rolled up a 25-8 record during the 2010 season to win their third Southland regular season title. SHSU advanced to the NCAA Division I men's basketball "Big Dance" for the second time, nearly upsetting Baylor in the first round. The Bears from Waco went on to advance to the Elite Eight.

October 23, 2010 - Sam Houston and Stephen F. Austin play before the largest crowd ever to witness a Southland Conference football game as more than 24,000 fans fill the lower bowl at Reliant Stadium for the annual "Battle of the Piney Woods." The crowd is the eighth largest ever to see the Bearkats play an athletic event.

 



Sam Houston State National Championships


BASEBALL
1963 - NAIA World Series champions

BASKETBALL MEN
1973 - AP Small College Poll #1 Ranking

FOOTBALL
1964 - NAIA National Co-champions


GOLF (MEN)
1978 - NAIA National Champions
1979 - NAIA National Champions
1980 - NAIA National Champions
1981 - NAIA National Champions

SOFTBALL
1981 - NAIA National Champions
1982 - NCAA Div. II National Champions
1993 - National Invitational Tournament Champions


Sam Houston Conference Championships


BASEBALL
1953 - Lone Star Conference
1954 - Lone Star Conference
1981 - Lone Star Conference
1982 - Lone Star Conference
1985 - Gulf Star Conference
1986 - Gulf Star Conference
1987 - Gulf Star Conference
1989 - Southland Conference
1996 - SLC Post Season Tournament
2007 - SLC Post Season Tournament
2008 - SLC Post Season Tournament
2009 - SLC Post Season Tournament 

BASKETBALL (MEN)
1925 - Texas Intercollegiate Athletic Asso.
1934 - Lone Star Conference
1937 - Lone Star Conference
1948 - Lone Star Conference
1964 - Lone Star Conference
1971 - Lone Star Conference
1973 - Lone Star Conference
1975 - Lone Star Conference
1981 - Lone Star Conference
1986 - Gulf Star Conference
2000 - Southland Conference
2003 - Southland Conference
2003 - SLC Post Season Tournament
2010 - Southland Conference
2010 - SLC Post Season Tournament

FOOTBALL
1930 - Texas Intercollegiate Athletic Asso.
1955 - Lone Star Conference
1956 - Lone Star Conference
1961 - Lone Star Conference
1964 - Lone Star Conference
1985 - Gulf Star Conference
1986 - Gulf Star Conference
1991 - Southland Conference
2001 - Southland Conference
2004 - Southland Conference


GOLF (MEN)
1976 - Lone Star Conference
1977 - Lone Star Conference
1978 - Lone Star Conference
1980 - Lone Star Conference
1981 - Lone Star Conference
1986 - Gulf Star Conference
1987 - Gulf Star Conference
1990 - Southland Conference
1994 - Southland Conference

GOLF (WOMEN)
2004 - Southland Conference
2007 - Southland Conference

SOFTBALL
1988 - Southland Conference
1990 - Southland Conference
1993 - Southland Conference
2007 - SLC Post Season Tournament

VOLLEYBALL
1984 - Gulf Star Conference
1985 - Gulf Star Conference
1993 - Southland Conference
1993 - SLC Post Season Tournament
1994 - Southland Conference
1996 - SLC Post Season Tournament

WOMEN'S TENNIS
1983 - Lone Star Conference

MEN'S TRACK & FIELD
2005 - Southland Conference (Outdoors)
2006 - Southland Conference (Outdoors)

WOMEN'S TRACK & FIELD
2005 - Southland Conference (Outdoors)
2006 - Southland Conference (Outdoors)
2007 - Southland Conference (Indoors)
2008 - Southland Conference (Indoors)
2008 - Southland Conference (Outdoors)


National Tournament Appearances


BASEBALL
1960 - NAIA World Series (4th)
1961 - NAIA World Series (5th)
1962 - NAIA World Series (6th)
1963 - NAIA World Series (1st)
1964 - NAIA World Series (4th)
1965 - NAIA World Series (4th)
1972 - NAIA World Series (3rd)
1974 - NAIA World Series (2nd)
1975 - NAIA World Series (2nd)
1984 - NCAA Div. II Regionals (5th)
1985 - NCAA Div. II Regionals (3rd)
1986 - NCAA Div. II Regionals (3rd)
1987 - NCAA Div. I Regionals (3rd)
1989 - NCAA Div. I Regionals (4th)
1996 - NCAA Div. I Regionals (3rd)
2007 - NCAA Div. I Regionals (2nd)
2008 - NCAA Div. I Regionals (4th)
2009 - NCAA Div. I Regionals (4th)

BASKETBALL (MEN)
1973 - NAIA National Tournament (2R)
1986 - NCAA Division II Regionals (1R)
2003 - NCAA Division I Tournament (1R)
2010 - NCAA Division I Tournament (1R)

FOOTBALL
1964 - NAIA National Playoffs (Finals)
1986 - NCAA I-AA National Playoffs (1R)
1991 - NCAA I-AA National Playoffs (1R)
2001 - NCAA I-AA National Playoffs (QF)
2004 - NCAA I-AA National Playoffs (SF)


GOLF (MEN)
1977 - NAIA National Tournament (2nd)
1978 - NAIA National Tournament (1st)
1979 - NAIA National Tournament (1st)
1980 - NAIA National Tournament (1st)
1981 - NAIA National Tournament (1st)
1982 - NAIA National Tournament (4th)
1984 - NCAA Div. II Tournament (7th)
1985 - NCAA Div. II Tournament (5th)
1986 - NCAA Div. II Tournament (5th)

SOFTBALL
1981 - NAIA World Series (1st)
1982 - NCAA Div. II World Series (1st)
1983 - NCAA Div. II World Series (2nd)
1984 - NCAA Div. II World Series (6th)
1989 - National Invitational Tournament (8th)
1993 - National Invitational Tournament (1st)
2007 - NCAA Div. I Regional (3rd)

TRACK & FIELD (MEN)
2003 - NCAA Division I Regionals (13th)
2004 - NCAA Division I Regionals (20th)

VOLLEYBALL
1984 - NCAA Div. II Tournament (Final Four)
1985 - NCAA Div. II Tournament (Final Four)
1993 - NCAA Div. I Tournament (1R)
1996 - NCAA Div. I Tournament (1R)

 
Southland Conference Post Season
Tournament Championships
 


BASEBALL
1996 - SLC Tournament Champions
2007 - SLC Tournament Champions
2008 - SLC Tournament Champions

VOLLEYBALL
1993 - SLC Tournament Champions
1996 - SLC Tournament Champions

 MEN'S BASKETBALL
2003 - SLC Tournament Champions
2010 - SLC Tournament Champions

SOFTBALL
1988 - SLC Tournament Champions
2007 - SLC Tournament Champions

 SAM HOUSTON STATE ALL-AMERICA HONOREES

 

BASKETBALL

     
       

NCAA DIVISION I ALL-AMERICA

     

Donald Cole

2003 Honorable Mention

   

Joe Thompson

2005 Honorable Mention

   
       

BASEBALL

     
       

NAIA ALL-AMERICAN

     

Alton Arnold, p

1960 hm, 1961 1t, 1962 hm

   

Fred Beene, p

1963 1t, 1964 1t

   

Doyle Campbell, of

1975 hm

   

Jud Chamblee, p

1981 hm

   

Albert Choate, p

1965 2t

   

Floyd Ciruti, of

1972 1t

   

Richard Dyer, p

1961 hm

   

Jimmy Dodd, 2b

1963 2b, 1965 1t

   

John Fox, 1b

1966 hm

   

Carlo Gott, ss

1963 hm, 1964 1t

   

Joe Haney, of

1960 1t, 1961 1t, 1962 1t, 1963 1t

   

Pat Harrop, 3b

1963 hm

   

Hugh Hamilton, p

1969 1t

   

Jackie Heard, 2b

1974 2b

   

Mike Holt, 2b

1970 2b

   

Steve Hume, of

1981 hm

   

Dennis Kainer, p

1980 hm

   

Ralph Katt, of

1965 hm

   

Ronnie Kluch, p

1964 hm

   

Dennis Lindstrand

1966 hm

   

Rick Matula, p

1975 hm

   

Jim Miller, p

1974 1t

   

David Mire, of

1976 2t

   

Guinn Murray, of

1962 1t

   

Roy Norrell, p

1973 hm

   

Nathan Partain, p

1979 hm

   

Jim Pitts, 3b

1972 hm

   

Jerry Register, c

1964 hm

   

John Skeeters, c

1963 hm, 1965 hm

   

Larry Smith, 3b

1962 hm

   

Tommy Wendt 1b

1977 1t, 1978 1t

   

Glenn Wilson, 3b

1979 2t, 1980 hm

   

David Woolley, c

1974 1t

   

Cary Workman, p

1963 hm

   
       

NCAA ALL-AMERICA DIVISION I

     

Kelly Eddlemon

1999 1t

   

Luke Prihoda

2007 1t

   

Bobby Verbick

2007 1t

   

Todd Sebek

2008 3t

   
       

NCAA ALL-AMERICA DIVISION II

     

Richard Johnson, 1B

1983 3t, 1985 1t

   

Bryan McDonald, 2b

1986 1t

   

Terry Pirtle, 3b

1986 1t

   
       

FOOTBALL

     
       

NCAA FCS ALL-AMERICA

     

Lish Adams, lb

1987

AP-hm, FN-2

 
 

1988

AP-hm, FN-1

 

Billy Anderson, db

1987

AP-hm

 

Michael Bankston, dl

1991

AP-1, Kodak-1

 
   

SN-1, WC-1

 

Bart Bradley, p

1986

AP-2

 

Chris Brown, de

2007

SN-hm

 

Johnathon Cooper, wr

2001

SN-1, AP-1

 
   

DH-1, WC-1

 

Keith Davis, db

2001

AFC-1, SN-3

 
   

DH-hm

 

Matt Dominguez, wr

1999

DH-hm, TL-3

 

Paul Donelson, db

2004

SN-2

 

Ricky Eggleston, te

1988

AP-hm, FN-1

 

Andre Finley, de

1988

AP-hm, FN-1

 

Jarrod Fuller, wr

2004

AP-hm

 
   

DC-hm

 

Lance Garner, k

2004

SN-3, DC-hm

 
   

DH-1t

 

Floyd George, ol

1987

AP-hm, FN-2

 

Brandon Hale, ot

2007

SN-hm

 

Derrick Harris, db, kr

2007

AP-2t

 

Billy Hayes, k

1986

AP-hm

 

Keith Heinrich, te

2001

SN-1, DH-3

 

Stephen Izevbizua, ol

2004

SN-2, DC-hm

 

Brett Kaiser, ol

1986

AP-hm

 

Phillip Karasek, ol

1986

AP-hm

 

Reggie Lewis, qb

1987

AP-hm

 

Dustin Long, qb

2004

SN-2, AP-3

 
   

DC-hm

 

Chris Louvier, ol

2004

SN-2, AP-3

 
   

DH-2

 

Dedrick Manigo, lb

1996

WC-hm

 

Blake Martin, te

2007

AP-1, CSN-1

 
   

SN-3

 

Jason Mathenia, wr

2004

DC-hm

 
   

DH-hm

 

Josh McCown, qb

2001

SN-3, DH-hm

 

Kevin Pesak, te

1997

SN-2

 

Byran Richmond, db

2007

SN-hm

 

Corey Roberts, te

2005

AFC-1

 

Kelvin Scott, ol

1986

AP-hm

 

Luther Turner, rb

1987

AP-hm

 

Murphy Yates, ol

1991

WC-1, AP-3

 
   

WC-3

 
       

NAIA ALL-AMERICA

     

Billy Arlen, hb

1964

NAIA-hm

 
 

1965

NAIA-hm

 

Bobby Baldwin, hb

1954

LAA-hm

 

Robert Earl Barfield, ol

1939 

LAA-1

 

Cullen Barnett, rb

1939

LAA-1

 

Stan Blinka, lb

1976

LAA-hm

 
   

NAIA-hm

 
 

1977

LAA-hm

 
   

NAIA-hm

 
 

1978

LAA-hm,

 
   

NAIA-hm

 

Bennie Boles, rb

1955

LAA-hm

 

Ken Bounds, ol

1950

LAA-hm

 

Ronnie Carroll, dl

1971

NAIA-hm

 

Keith Collins, ol

1964

NAIA-hm

 
 

1965

NAIA-1

 

Doyle Coe, hb

1929

LAA-1

 

Tommy Davis, e

1956

LAA-1

 

Frank Fox, dl

1964

NAIA-1

 

Don Gottlob, qb

1952

LAA-1

 

Bobby Grisham, hb

1956

LAA-2

 

Bebub Grubbs, ol

1942

LAA-1

 

Jimmy Hair, e

1938

LAA-1

 

Phil Harmening, pk

1981

NAIA-2

 

Tony January, rb

1979

NAIA-hm

 

Clay Lowry, wr

1978

NAIA-1

 

Joe Ed Lynn, rb

1964

NAIA-hm

 
 

1965

AP-hm

 

David Martin, lb

1964

NAIA-hm

 

Ted Minyard, hb

1964

NAIA-1

 

Don Murray, ol

1965

NAIA-hm

 

Norman Peterson, ol

1964

NAIA-hm

 

Cal Peveto, lb

1981

NAIA-hm

 

Robert Turner, t

1946

LAA-hm

 

Kurt Walker, t

1977

NAIA-hm

 

Charles Williams, t

1949

LAA-1

 

Jack Williams, t

1937

LAA-hm

 

George Wright, dl

1968

NAIA-1

 
       

MEN'S GOLF

     
       

NAIA ALL-AMERICA

     

Tom Albright

1980

   

Greg Antunes

1975

   

Jim Bartek

1975

   

Phil Estep

1981

   

Dennis Hobbs

1977

   

Jim Kidd

1981

   

Kevin Kirk

1981

   

Bill McEntire

1976  1978  1979

   

Lee Singletary

1977  1978

   

Robert Singletary

1977  1980

   

Tommy Taylor

1982

   

Robert Thompson

1979

   
       

NCAA DIVISION II ALL-AMERICA

     

Jeff Bellnap

1986

   

Mark Dees

1985

   

Jim Kidd

1982

   

Donnie Massengale

1985  1986

   

Petey Petri

1986

   

Jim Phenicle

1984  1985

   

Tommy Taylor

1982

   

Ed Terasa

1982

   

Daryl Walker

1986

   

Eddie Welch

1984

   
       

SOFTBALL

     
       

NCAA DIVISION II ALL-AMERICA

     

Lisa Busby, c

1983

   

JoAnne Graham, p/utl

1985, 1986

   

Val Greenwall, p

1982

   

Sandy Mader, ss

1984, 1986

   

Kathy Phillips, p

1983

   

Renee Southers, of

1982

   

Beth Smith, of

1983

   

Carol Sullivan, 3b

1982

   

Julie Thomas, 2b

1986

   

Jackie Zapalac, c/utl

1985

   
       
       

TRACK AND FIELD

     
       

ALL-AMERICA

     

Michael Courtney

400m dash

2010

 

Roshunda Betts

Javelin

2006

 

Precious Madison

Long jump

2001

 

Jennie Sewell

Pole vault

2007

 

Adrian Ray

110 hurdles

2003

 
       

VOLLEYBALL

     
       

ALL-AMERICA NCAA DIVISION II

     

Bonnie Beard

1985

   

Katherine Charles

1985