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Athletic Hall of Fame

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2004

W. W. “Dub” Raper 55’

Coach Elmer Massey 47’

James C. “Jim” Knapp 47-55’

Dr. Joe E. White 58’

C. B. Speegle 37’

Dr. Teresa Washington 73’

Coach A.W. “Bois d’ Arc” Beames 29’-35’ and 41’-67’

Tom Sills 47-48’

Negial King 48’

Stewart “Smokey” Stover 57’

2005

James D. Cunningham

Glen Wolfe 61’

Coach Gene Robbins 48-49’

Gary Lower 55’

Tommy Holt

Coach Wayne Cobb 70-78’

Perry Beavers 59’

Coach Gerald Stockton (deceased Aug. 2013)

2006

Paul Branum 57’

Harry Dan Phipps

Dale A Blaut 66-68’

Leon Shaw 57’

Fritz Greer 57-59

2007

Gayno Shelton 55-57’

Janie Fincher-Roland 71-73’

Jesse “Cab” Rennick 36-38’

2008

Frank Johnson 58-60’

Bob Wilmoth 60-61’

Raymond “Cotton” Jordan 64-66’

2009

Donny Tuley 74-75’

Alvie Nelson 65’

Coach Melvin Imotichey 70-76’

Jeff “Slim” Coleman 79’

National Women's Basketball JUCO Champions 72-73

2010

Coach Benton Ladd 61-64’

Reggie Davis 59’

C.L. “Cotton” Wade 65’

2011

Coach Wayne Canaday 64-70’

Alan Simpson 67’

John W. Freeny 55’

Bill Rickner 49’

2012

Jim Danner 55-57’

George Littleford 55-57’

Roy Joe Green 51-53’

2013

Al Chew 59-60’

Antoine Treadaway 65-67’

2014

Leslie Fisher 47-48’

Bob Carpenter 62’

2015

Glen Moore 62’

2016

UL Washington 71-72

Tucker Alexander

2013 NJCAA Championship Team

Haskell Lucas

2017

Tommy Julian 85-87

Charles Migliorino 66-67

Rick Ridling 82-87






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