Golden Eagle Club

ORU Hall of Fame

Courtesy: ORU Media Relations
          Release: 07/17/2007
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ORU Hall of Fame

Original Members  

Dave Barr

Golf, 1970-73

Was a consistent money winner on the PGA Tour and was inducted into the Canadian Golf Hall of Fame in 2000. Barr was victorious in a five-man playoff in the 1981 Quad Cities Open and also earned All-American honors at ORU, finishing fifth in the 1973 NCAA Championship.

Madeline Manning-Mims

Track & Field, 1979-81

Was a member of 4 U.S. Olympic Teams. Manning-Mims is the only American Woman to win a gold in the 800 meters, which she did in 1968 to go along with her silver medal in 1972. Manning-Mims also served as chaplain for more than seven Olympic Games. Manning-Mims is a national and Olympic Hall of Famer.

Alvin Scott,

Basketball, 1973-77

Scott was drafted in the seventh round by the Phoenix Suns in 1977. At ORU he set the then-record for most blocked shots in 1977 (81) and in 1976 held the record for field goal percentage in a season (57.8).

George Bjorkman

Baseball, 1976-78

Was a key player for the ORU baseball team that advanced to the College World Series in 1978. During that great season, Bjorkman set a single season school record with 21 home runs. He went on to be drafted in the third round of the amateur baseball draft by the St. Louis Cardinals and played for the Houston Astros in 1983.

Ron Meridith

Baseball, 1976-78

Was a member of ORU’s 1978 College World Series team. He holds the ORU record for wins in a season and had a record of 24-2 in 1977 and 1978. Meredith pitched in the 1977 World Cup baseball team and was drafted by the Houston Astros in 1978. He played four major league seasons with the Rangers and Cubs.

Bill Springman

Baseball, 1976-78

Played baseball at ORU from 1976-1978. Springman played on ORU’s 1978 College World Series team. The Sporting News named Springman a First Team All-American in 1978. Springman was drafted by the California Angels and has coached at the collegiate and professional levels. 

Greg Davis

Baseball and Basketball, 1969-73

Was one of ORU's first two-sport athletes playing baseball and basketball for the Titans. Davis was a baseball All American in 1973 and was drafted by the Baltimore Orioles. Davis also won the ORU Presidents Cup in 1973 for outstanding achievement on and off the field.

Rhonda Penquite

Women's Basketball, 1977-78

Played basketball just one season for ORU, but in that year she set all-time records for most points scored and most rebounds. For her accomplishments, Penquite was named an All-American in 1978. She was the first ORU woman to sign a professional contract, with the Iowa Cornettes of the WPBA.

Bob Volk

Baseball, 1976-78

Volk earned All-American honors in 1977. He also set ORU's record in 1977 for Highest Batting Average in a seaon at .407. After his career at ORU, Volk was signed by the San Diego Padres in 1978.

Richard Fuqua     (The Man Who Built the Mabee Center!)

Basketball, 1969-73

Was a three-time basketball All American and the NCAA's second-leading scorer in 1972. Fuqua is ORU's all-time leading scorer at the Division I level. During his career, Fuqua averaged 27 points per game before there was a three-point shot. Richard's number 24 jersey is retired along with Anthony Roberts' number 15 jersey and Mark Acres' 42 jersey.

Anthony Roberts

Basketball, 1973-77

Was a three time basketball All American averaging 21.7 points and 7.4 rebounds per game. Roberts ranks 6th on ORU's list for career rebounds and twice scored 60 or more points in a game. His 65 points against Oregon in the first round of the NIT on March 9th 1977 was a major college record.

Peter Van Lingen

Tennis, 1967-71

Van Lingen lost only two singles matches in three years at ORU. Not only doing that, he was a recipient of the President's Trophy in 1971 at ORU. Van Lingen was also selected as an alternate for the South African Davis Cup team.


Haywood Hill

Basketball, 1969-71

Played basketball at ORU from 1969-1971. Hill's Titan team led the nation in scoring in 1970. Hill was the team captain in both 1969 and 1970. For his career, Hill averaged 19 points and nearly 10 rebounds per game.

Pekka Saila

Tennis, 1968-70

After a stellar ORU career, Saila was National Champion of Finland for 15 years. He was also a member of Finland's Davis Cup teams throughout the 1980's and reached the third round of Wimbledon.

Mike Hairston

Cross Country, 1978-81

Ran cross country at ORU from 1978-1981. Hairston was a member of the U.S. Olympic Trials Marathon Team in 1980 and the Olympic Sports Festival team in 1982. Hairston was a three-time USA Track and Field All-American, as well as the 1982 United State 20km Champion (12.4 miles). Hairston was also featured in "Sports Illustrated 50th Anniversary Edition of Faces in the Crowd" representing Where are They Now Athletes of the 1980's.

2002 Inductees  

Mike Moore

 Baseball, 1979-81

Played baseball at ORU from 1979 to 1981. He was an All-American in 1981 and was the first player chosen in the Major League draft. He is ORU's all-time leader in complete games and played 14 major league seasons. Moore was an American League All Star in 1989 while pitching for the World Series champion Oakland A's. Mike's number 22 is retired.

Vivian Herron

Women's Basketball, 1985-89

Played basketball for ORU from 1985-1989. She held ORU records for most career points with 2,192; most career rebounds with 1,007; and most career field goals with 853. Herron also holds several season records, including total points, total rebounds and scoring average. Herron averaged an astounding 26.4 points per game in 1989.

Bill Glasson

Golf, 1978-82

Was a member of the ORU golf team from 1978-1982. Glasson was an Honorable Mention All-American in 1980 and a third-team All-American in 1982. Glasson was part of a team that finished third in the nation in 1980 and second in 1981. Glasson was named the PGA Comeback Player of the Year in 1997.

2003 Inductees  

Mark Acres

Men's Basketball, 1981-85

Acres was a four-time AP Honorable Mention All-American from 1981-84 and an three-time Street & Smith's Honorable Mention All-American from 1982-84. He was also a member of the 1981 USA Basketball Olympic Festival Team and the 1982 USA Select Team that won Gold Medals at the XI R. William Jones Cup and the Seoul Invitational Basketball Tournament. Led ORU to the NCAA Tournament in 1983-84 and was Horizon Conference Player-of-the-Year. Acres was drafted by the Dallas Mavericks in the second round of the 1985 NBA draft (40th overall) and played for 8 years in the NBA playing for Orlando, Boston, Washington and Houston also. His number 42 jersey was retired in 2013.


Haywoode Workman

Men's Basketball, 1986-89

Was a member of the ORU basketball team from 1986-1989. Workman still holds the single season and career record for steals. After averaging 19.4 point per game and garnering All American honors, he went on to a successful 9 year career in the NBA. Workman has been employed as an NBA referee since 2008.

Sheera Sirola

Volleyball, 1994-95

Led the ORU volleyball team to the Elite Eight in 1995. Sirola is ORU's career leader in aces and led the nation in aces in 1995. Sirola was a member of the 1995 NCAA Pacific Regional All-Tournament Team and the Croatian Natiional Team from 1991-1993. Sirola is currently the head coach of the ORU volleyball team.

2004 Inductees  

 Kisa Bradley

Women's Basketball, 1995-97

Played basketball at ORU from 1995-1997. Bradley led the NCAA in blocked shots in 1996 and was an Adidas Blue Ribbon Third Team All American. She averaged 22 points and 10 rebounds for her career and is ORU’s all-time blocked shots leader with 213. Bradley played professional basketball with San Jose in the American Basketball League.

Todd Burns

Baseball, 1982-84

Played baseball at ORU from 1982-1984. Burns finished his career as ORU’s all-time saves leader. He was a First Team All-American in 1984. In 1983, Burns posted a remarkable 1.74 ERA, which at the time was third best in school history. Burns played six seasons in the major leagues, with the A’s, Rangers, and Cardinals. He was a member of three consecutive World Series teams in Oakland and helped the A’s win the World Series in 1989.


2005 Inductees  

Arnold Dugger

Men's Basketball, 1974-77

Dugger finished his career as all-time career leader in assists at ORU with 501, he was eleventh in career scoring with 1,229 points, and he is one of only two ORU players with at least 1000 points and 500 assists (Luke Spencer-Gardner). Along with Hall of Famers Anthony Roberts and Alvin Scott, he led ORU to two NIT tournament berths. An honorable Mention All-American in 1974-75,

Keith Lockhart

Baseball, 1985-86

During a stellar two year stint at ORU Lockhart batted .325, while hitting 19 home runs, batting in 89 runs, and stealing 53 bases.  He also enjoyed a 9-year major league baseball career, and played in the 1999 World Series with the Atlanta Braves.

Juliana Moser

Volleyball, 1996-99

Moser was the three-time Mid-Con Volleyball Player of the Year from 1997 to 1999,  two-time Mid-Con Tournament MVP 1997 to 1998, and also two-time Mid-Con Scholar Athlete of the Year.  In addition, Moser finished her career as the all-time career leader in games played, kills, kill attempts, blocks, block assists, and service aces. Finally, she led the Golden Eagles to the NCAA tournament for four straight years.

Joe Rassett

 Men's Golf, 1978-81

 Rassett was a four-time All-American in men’s golf, and thrived in NCAA championship play where he finished 9th in 1979, 5th in 1980, and 15th in 1981. He also helped lead ORU to a 3rd place team finish in the 1980 NCAA tornament, and a 2nd place finish in 1981. Finally, he was a winner of seven collegiate tournaments, a member of the 1981 Walker Cup team, and a seven-year veteran of the PGA Tour. 

2006 Inductees  

Jim Kane

Men's Golf, 1978-81

Was a key part of the ORU golf team from 1978-1981. During that time Kane was twice named a 3rd team All-American. He was part of a team that finished third in the nation in 1980 and second in 1981. In 1978, he not only was the top ORU finisher at the national championships, but he also qualified for the U.S. Amateur. 

Tom Nieto

Baseball, 1981

Earned baseball First-Team All-American honors in 1981 and helped lead the Titans to a final No. 5 national ranking. Nieto was drafted in the 3rd round of the 1981 MLB Draft by St. Louis and spent seven seasons in the Big Leagues. Nietohelped the Twins to the 1987 World Series title and was part of the Cardinals' 1985 National League pennant-winning squad.

Bryan Norton

Men's Golf, 1978-81

Was a key part of the ORU golf team from 1978-1981. During his career he was twice named a 2nd team All-American. Norton was also part of the team that finished third in the nation in 1980 and second in 1981. He also was named MVP of the USA vs. Japan matches in 1980.

Krista Ragan

Women's Basketballl, 1997-2002

Enjoyed at storied career at ORU which concluded in 2002 when she was named All-American. Ragan also dominated the Mid-Coninent conference as she was the first three-time conference player of the year, the all time leading scorer, and a four-time first team all conference selection. Additionally, she is in the ORU top five in scoring, scoring average, field goals, three pointers, assists, steals, three-point percentage, and free throws. Finally, she helped lead the Golden Eagles to two NCAA tournament appearances.

2007 Inductees  

Angela Manuel

Track & Field, 1994-98

Ran track at ORU from 1994 to 1998 and was a three-time NCAA Championship qualifier. Manuel was also a three-time All American, twice in the 100 meter dash and once in the 55 meter dash. She competed in the 2000 Olympic Trials and also holds the Mid-Con records for the indoor 55 meter dash and indoor 200 meter dash. Manuel is married to USC track and field Hall of Famer Jerome Davis.

Garth Robinson

Track & Field, 1993-95

Won a bronze medal for Jamaica in the 4x 400 relay at the 1996 Olympics. Robinson was a two-time All-American at ORU and is the only collegian to qualify for three events at nationals, which he did at the 1995 NCAA indoor Championships. In 1996, Robinson clocked the 10th fastest time in the world in the 300 meters.

2008 Inductees  

Gary "Cat" Johnson

Men's Basketball, 1978-82

Johnson played basketball at ORU from 1978-82. For three seasons, he recorded no fewer than 145 assists per year at the point guard position. As a senior, Johnson teamed with Jeff and Mark Acres to help lead ORU to 18 wins and an NIT berth. Johnson led the Titans in scoring with 14.7 points, and handed out 160 assists. 

Ksenija Kugler

Volleyball, 1993-95

A member of ORU’s 1995 NCAA Elite Eight squad, Kugler helped lead ORU to a 53-24 record in her three seasons, including a 30-3 mark in 1995. Kugler teamed with fellow Croatian, Hall of Famer and current ORU head coach Sheera Sirola to lead the independent Golden Eagles to a final No. 10 national ranking. Kugler still ranks at the top of several ORU career lists, including hitting percentage (.368) and solo blocks (166). She also owns individual match records for kills (51), attempts (93), and solo blocks (10). Kugler holds several season records as well, including kills (717), kills per game (5.65), and solo blocks (82).

Bob Zupcic

Bob Zupcic

Baseballl, 1985-87

Zupcic spent three season with the Titans, earning Freshman All-American honors in 1985 and The Sporting News third-team All-America honors in 1987. He batted .335 in three seasons, with 26 home runs and 135 RBI in 197 career games. Following his junior campaign in 1987, Zupcic was drafted in the first round by the Boston Red Sox. Zupcic made his MLB debut on Sept 7, 1991 against the Seattle Mariners. In 1992, Zupcic became Boston’s regular right fielder and batted .276 with three home runs and 43 RBI in 124 games. 

2009 Inductees  

Bob Brooks

Athletic Director

Served two stints as ORU's Athletic Director during his 17 years with the University. During his first term, ORU captured seven straight Midwestern Collegiate Conference All Sports trophies and was named one of the nation's Top 30 athletic programs. At ORU, Brooksserved as tournament director for the NCAA basketball and baseball regionals. He was a member of the NCAA Men's Basketball Committee and was the first president of the Midwestern Collegiate Conference. Brooks also is credited with leading ORU back to Division One athletics from the NAIA in the early 1990's.

Jeff Combe

Golf, 1981-1985

The sixth golfer to be inducted into the ORU Athletics Hall of Fame. Combe was a four-year letter winner on the Titans' nationally-ranked golf team from 1981-1985. He earned third-team All-American honors in 1983. Combe helped ORU finish 23rd in the nation in 1982 and 1983 and 25th at the 1985 NCAA Championships. He won the prestigious Butler National Intercollegiate Tournament twice while at ORU and was a medalist at the 1981 U.S. Junior Amateur.

Jodi Kirkhuff-Steele

Women's Soccer, 1999-2002

2001 Mid-Continent Conference Player of the Year in women's soccer. Kirkhuff-Steele helped lead ORU to a pair of conference titles and a 16-3 record in conference play during her career. She set ORU career records with 30 goals, 77 points, 83 matches played, 212 shots, and 11 game-winning goals. She also finished her career second in Mid-Con history in goals and points. Kirkhuff-Steele was a two-time, First Team All-Conference selection and made All-tournament four years in a row.

Kelvin Torve

Baseball, 1979-81

Torve played baseball for three seasons at ORU, earning 2nd-team All-American honors in 1981. He was a career .349 hitter, with 17 home runs and 108 RBI. He ended his ORU career fourth in batting average. Torve earned a spot on the 1981 United States Baseball Federation All-Star team. Torve was drafted in the second round of the 1981 Major League draft by San Francisco and played three seasons as an infielder for the Twins and Mets.

Ken Trickey

Men's Basketball Head Coach

Trickey was the first coach elected to the ORU Athletics Hall of Fame. Trickey won a school-record 214 basketball games during his 11 seasons at ORU from 1969-1974 and 1987-1993. Trickey's 1974 squad reached the NCAA Elite Eight, losing in overtime to Kansas at the Mabee Center. During his  first stint at ORU, the Titans were among the highest-scoring teams in the nation and won an amazing 84 percent of their games. Trickey coached six All-Americans, including ORU Hall of Famers Richard Fuqua and Anthony Roberts; and 10 players drafted by the NBA or ABA, including Hall of Famers Alvin Scott and Haywoode Workman.

Sharon Tucker

Women's Basketball, 1978-1981

Tucker was one of the most prolific basketball scorers in ORU history. She ended her career in 1981 as ORU's all-time leading scorer and rebounder with almost 1,800 points and 754 rebounds, despite standing just five feet-seven. Tucker set Titan records with 44 points in a game and 671 points in a season. She helped lead ORU to three straight Oklahoma state championships and owns two of the top six single game scoring performances in school history.

2010 Inductees  

Bernis Duke

Men's Tennis Coach, 1967-99

Duke spent 33 years (1967-99) as men’s tennis coach at ORU, compiling a 563-225 (.714) record, ranking him sixth among NCAA Division I coaches in career wins. The 2002 Intercollegiate Tennis Association Hall of Fame inductee enjoyed winning seasons in each of his first 28 years as head coach. His teams made several appearances in the Top 10 rankings, and featured future ORU Hall of Famers Peter Van Lingen and Pekka Saila, among others.

Glenn "Smitty" Smith

Athletic Trainer, 1972-2010

Smith has been the head trainer for numerous sporting events in Tulsa, including the annual Oklahoma High School Coaches Association All-Star Game 23 times. He also served as the head athletic trainer for the NCAA Midwest Regional Basketball Tournaments held at the ORU Mabee Center in 1974, 1975, 1978, 1982 and 1985. In 2013, Smith was inducted into the OATA Hall of Fame.

Dennis Bigley

Baseball, 2002-05

Starred for the Golden Eagles baseball team from 2002-05. The right-handed pitcher and first baseman/designated hitter won six All-America awards in his career, including first-team honors in 2004. He was 41-9 with a 2.92 ERA as a pitcher, and batted .271 with 24 home runs and 146 RBI at the plate. Bigley was the 25th pitcher in NCAA history to reach the 40-win plateau.

Kim Ogden

Women's Basketball, 1984-88

Ogden lettered in basketball from 1984-88, playing all four seasons with her sister, Nan. The Hensler, N.D., native is the only player in ORU women’s basketball history to accumulate 1,000 points, 500 rebounds, 300 assists and 200 steals in her career. Ogden ender her playing career as ORU’s all-time leader in assists (518), and remains the leader in career steals (372). She scored 10 or more points in 96 of 113 career games.

Greg Sutton

Men's Basketball, 1988-91

Though he played just three seasons for the Titans, Sutton still holds virtually every ORU offensive record, including career points (3,070), career scoring average (29.5), single-season points (1,256), and points in a game (68). A two-time (1989-90, 1990-91) NAIA All-American, the Oklahoma City native scored 40 points or more an incredible 13 times and 50 or more points twice in his career. Sutton averaged a career-high 34.3 points per game in 1990-91, and scored a school record 68 points on Dec. 5, 1990, against Oklahoma City. He was selected in the second round of the 1991 NBA Draft by the San Antonio Spurs, but ended up playing two seasons with the Charlotte Hornets before playing one year with the Philadelphia 76ers.

Trey Vaut

Men's Soccer, 1999-2004

Vaut burst on to the scene as a freshman in 1999, earning Mid-Continent Conference Tournament MVP honors and helping the Golden Eagles to their only NCAA post-season appearance. A three-time first-team all-conference selection, Vaut was the 2003 Mid-Con Offensive Player of the Year and a second-team All-Midwest Region selection by the NSCAA. He is ORU’s all-time leader in goals (31), assists (23) and points (85), and ranks among the conference’s all-time leaders in each category.

2011 Inductees  

Bill Brogden

Men's Golf Coach, 1976-86

Brogden spent 11 seasons (1976-86) as men’s golf head coach, helping guide the program to national prominence. During his tenure at ORU, Brogden led the then-Titans seven NCAA post-season appearances, four national Top 10 finishes, and six Midwestern Collegiate Conference (now Horizon League) championships. Under Brogden’s tutelage, the Titans finished third at the NCAA Championships in 1980 and as national runner-up in 1981. Brogden was named national coach of the year in 1980, and coached nine All-Americans in his ORU career. Four Brogden-coached players – Bill Glasson, Jim Kane, Bryan Norton and Joey Rassett – went on to play on the PGA Tour.


Becky Dreher

Volleyball, 2001-04

Dreher was a stand-out defensive player for the Golden Eagles (2001-04), finishing her career as ORU’s all-time leader in digs (2,246) and digs per game (5.22). Dreher was named Summit League Defensive Player of the Year in 2002 and 2004, and helped lead the Golden Eagles to Summit League titles and NCAA appearances in 2001 and 2002. During her four seasons, ORU was 81-47 overall and 44-8 in Summit League play. Dreher also set school and Summit League records for digs in a season (821) and digs per set (7.02) in 2004. She was a three-time all-Summit selection, earning first-team honors in 2003 and 2004.


Michael Rogers

Baseball, 1998-2002

Rogers enjoyed an outstanding career on the diamond finishing as ORU’s all-time leader in wins (34) and strikeouts (334). Rogers, the 2001 Summit League Pitcher of the Year, earned second and third-team All-America honors that year after going 14-1 with a 2.37 ERA and a school record 137 strikeouts. Rogers helped lead the Golden Eagles to four Summit League crowns and NCAA Regional appearances. At the 2002 Regional in Wichita, Rogers tossed a complete game two-hitter against Wichita State in the opening game. Rogers was drafted by Cleveland in the 20th round in 2001 but didn’t sign with the Indians until prior to the 2002 draft.

2012 Inductees  

Tim Gill

Men's Basketball, 1994-98

Gill ended his career as the fifth-highest scorer in program history, with 1,959 points. Gill was a key factor in ORU's rise from a struggling independent program to a Mid-Continent Conference heavyweight, as he led the team to a 21-7 record and an NIT berth as a junior. A deadly outside shooter, Gill hit 48.5% of his three-point attempts in 1997-98 en route to earning a first team All-Conference nod, and his 333 career three-pointers are an ORU Division I Era record.

Prince Mumba

Track & Field, 2002-06

Mumba was named as one of the Summit League's Top-30 Distinguished Contributors in 2011. He was the 2004-05 Conference Indoor Athlete of the Year and the 2004 Outdoor Athlete of the Year. Mumba won 10 conference championships in six different events over his four-year career, and he still holds the Summit League record in the 4x400m relay event. A five-time NCAA Qualifier in the 800m run, Mumba earned both indoor and outdoor All-American honors in 2005-06 in addition to an All-American nod in 2004. Additionally, Mumba qualified for the 2012 London Olympics, and was the flag bearer for Zambia in the Opening and Closing Ceremonies.

Jeff Stallings

Baseball, 1997-2000

Earned first team All-America honors in 1999. He was also honored as Mid-Continent Conference Player of the Year that season after batting .417 with seven home runs, 42 RBI, 49 stolen bases and a conference-record 81 runs. Stallings holds ORU's single-game records for hits, total bases and stolen bases and the school career record for runs scored. He led ORU to Mid-Con titles and NCAA Regional appearances in 1998, 1999 and 2000.

2013 Inductees  

Dena Dial

Track & Field, 1997-2000

Dial earned All-American honors in the pole vault during both the indoor and outdoor seasons of her senior year. She was a four-time conference champion and a five-time all-conference selection, earning league athlete of the week honors twice.

Ryan Neill

Baseball, 1997-2000

Neill was a 1999 third-team All-American after hitting .423 with 17 home runs and 71 RBI. Twice he earned first team all-conference honors and was the 1999 Mid-Con Tournament MVP. He remains the school's career home run leader (48) and RBI (199) and helped lead ORU to three Mid-Con Championships and three NCAA Regional appearances, kick-starting the string of 15-straight championships and regional appearances that was continued in 2012. 

Elisha Turek

Women's Basketball, 2003-07

Turek left as one of the most decorated women's basketball players in school history. The conference's newcomer of the year in 2003-04, she went on to earn first-team all-conference honors all four years and was the league's player of the year in 2006-07. She is one of only four people in the history of the school to score more than 2,000 career points, and holds the record with 1,167 career rebounds. Her 12 conference player of the week honors is the most by any player in Mid-Con/Summit League history.

2014 Inductees  

Andretti Bain

Track & Field, 2004-08

Bain won ORU's first national championship, winning the 400m dash at the 2008 NCAA Indoor Championship. He went on to repeat as the 2008 NCAA Outdoor National Champion in the same event and was a three-time All-American for the Golden Eagles. During his career he was a nine-time Summit League Athlete of the Week and continues to hold the Summit League indoor 400m championship record (46.80). He won 11 conference championships in four years and won a silver medalist as a member of the Bahamas 4x400m relay team in the 2008 Olympics.

Steve Holm

Steve Holm

Baseball, 2000-01

Holm was a Collegiate Baseball and Baseball America second team All-American in 2000 and was the conference’s player of the year and newcomer of the year. He was a first team all-conference selection both seasons at ORU and was named to the all-tournament team both years as well. He continues to lead the ORU record books with his 104 hits in 2000 and his .437 batting average, marks that are second and third, respectively, in the Summit League record books. Following his time at ORU, Holm pursued a professional career and played Major Leagues with San Francisco and Minnesota.

Ori Zuzic

Ori Zuzic

Volleyball, 2003-06

Zuzic was a two time conference player of the year (2005, 2006) and a 12 time offensive player of the week, shattering the career record for that honor. She was the 2005 Summit League Player of the Year and shared Player of the Year honors in 2006. She has the top two seasons in conference history in terms of kills, with 626 in 2004 and 611 in 2006. With 2,307 career kills, she is the only player in Summit League history to have more than 2,000 career kills and added 296 career aces, 93 more than second place.

2015 Inductees  

Steve Bontrager

Men's Basketball, 1979-81

One of the best shooters in ORU history, Bontrager was named a 1981 Street and Smith's All-American. He holds the career record at ORU for free throw percentage, hitting 103-117 (.880) from the charity stripe. Bontrager also holds the single season record from the free throw line having connected on 73-81 (.901) for the year.

Jessica Kellogg

Jessica Kellogg

Women's Soccer, 2002-05

Kellogg was one of the most decorated women's soccer players at ORU earning NSCAA/Adidas All-Region second team (2004), CoSIDA/ESPN Academic All-District second team (2005) and Mid-Con Offensive Player of the Year (2004) honors. She was a four-time All-Mid-Con selection and set ORU records for career goals, points and game-winning goals. She was a seven-time conference player of the week, the most in league history. 

Pamela Ontiveros

Pamela Ontiveros

Women's Golf, 2004-08

The only women's golfer in ORU history to qualify as an individual for the NCAA National Championship, Ontiveros was the 2007 Mid-Con Champion  and the conference golfer of the year. She also earned 2005 Conference Newcomer of the Year honors and was a four-time first team All-Conference selection. Her 71 in the 2007 regional is the second lowest score by an ORU golfer at an NCAA event and the holds the lowest single-season scoring average (74.4) in ORU history.