2000-2009

Cindy Freeland '88-Inducted 2000

Freeland was a standout for the Huskies on the softball field. A two-time All-American catcher, she hit .265 for her career with 47 RBI. As a senior, she hit .307 with 18 RBI and 17 runs scored and earned the Eleanor Wray Award as the outstanding female senior athlete. Considered one of the best catchers ever to play for the Huskies, Freeland posted a career field percentage of .979, committing just 13 errors. In her four years with the team, she helped the Huskies to four PSAC titles, a record of 148-28 and a third-place finish at the NCAA national championships in 1986. Freeland was also a standout in the classroom and twice earned CoSIDA/GTE Academic All-American honors. Following graduation, Freeland went to medical school and graduated in the top 10 in her class. She is now a doctor in the Bloomsburg area.

Joe Gerst '68 -Inducted 2000

Gerst lettered all four years in wrestling and football. In 1968 he was named the 1968 winner of the Robert B. Redman Award as the top senior male athlete. As a member of the football team under legendary coach Russ Houk, he helped the team post a 6-3 record his senior season, the first winning season in seven years. During his four years of wrestling, the team had a record of 40-10-3. As a junior in 1967 he won the NAIA national championship at 152 pounds and finished second as a senior. He was also was a two-time PSAC champion, winning titles as both a junior and senior. In football, he gained a team-high 531 yards as a sophomore with five touchdowns, and added 412 yards rushing and five touchdowns as a junior. He missed a portion of his senior season due to an injury.

Karen Hertzler '86 -Inducted 2000

Hertzler was a two-sport standout, excelling in both field hockey and softball. In field hockey, she was a two-time All-American, earning National Player of the Year honors in 1985. She finished her career with 50 goals and 16 assists. She was named All-PSAC in 1985 and All-Region in 1982. She helped the Huskies to a four-year record of 70-9-2, two national titles, two PSAC titles, one second- and one third-place national finish. On the softball field, Hertzler was just as dominant, twice earning All-American along with All-PSAC honors once. For her career, she hit .345 with three home runs, 52 RBI, 127 runs scored, 34 stolen bases and 158 hits. She helped the team to four PSAC championships and a third-place finish at the NCAA national championships in 1986.

Drew Hostetter '76-Inducted 2000

Hostetter was the first men's tennis standout at Bloomsburg. He compiled a mark of 81-18 playing at number one singles each of his four years. His winning percentage of 82 percent remains the best mark in school history 25 years later. Hostetter also helped the Huskies to a second place finish at the ECAC championships as a sophomore and senior and first place as a junior. He was named the winner of the Robert B. Redman Award as the top Senior Athlete in 1976 and graduated summa cum laude. Following graduation he won the Maryland State Clay Championship singles title in 1977 and was named as one of the top tennis players in Lancaster County in the 20th century by the Lancaster Area newspapers.

Eric Koetteritz '75-Inducted 2000

A walk-on to the track and field team, Koetteritz scored more points for the Huskies than any other athlete, accumulating 348 during his four years on the team. He posted 56 victories, 20 second- and eight, third-place finishes, while leading the team to a record of 54-7 in dual meets. A three-year captain, he set nine indoor and outdoor school records in the pole vault, sprinting and relay events, several of which still stand. As a senior, he qualified for the NCAA championships in three events, placing ninth in the 440-relay and 10th in the 220-yard dash. Koetteritz was also the first freshman to receive the President's Scholarship Award. He later went on to be the first person to ever win all four major senior awards: the Academic Achievement Award, the Lifetime Athletic Pass, Who's Who Among American College and Universities and the Service Key Award.

Wayne Richards '79-Inducted 2000

Richards was the first male swimmer to gain NCAA All-American honors in each of his four years of competition. He was named NCAA All-American six times in three different events. As a freshman he captured the PSAC crown in the 100 Butterfly and ended his career with top six finishes in both the 100- and 200-yard butterfly in each of his four years. He served as team captain in 1979 and stayed on at the school to serve as a graduate assistant coach in 1980. Throughout his career, Wayne broke numerous team records in both butterfly events, the 200 IM and as a member of the 400 Medley, 400 and 800 Freestyle Relay teams. Wayne currently holds team records in the 200 Butterfly and 400 Freestyle Relay, marks that are now more than 20 years old.

Jim Hollister '78-Inducted 2001

Hollister was a four-year standout for the men's tennis team and also spent 15 years as sports information director (SID) at the school. As a tennis player, Hollister was the first player ever to represent Bloomsburg at the NCAA national championships, while also winning two PSAC singles and one doubles title. At the time of his graduation, Hollister's career record of 95-40 was good for fifth on the school's all-time winning percentage list. As SID he was honored 23 times for his publications, including eight "Best in the Nation" awards by the College Sports Information Directors of America. He served as President of the Board of Directors of the Eastern College Athletic Conference Sports Information Directors Association (ECAC-SIDA) and the PSAC Sports Information Directors.

Stan Kucharski '68-Inducted 2001

Kucharski, the 1967 winner of the Robert B. Redman Award, was a three-year member of the football team. A versatile player, he saw time as a wide receiver, halfback, fullback and middle linebacker for the Huskies and served as tri-captain during both his junior and senior years. As a senior he was leading the nation in pass receptions (28), receiving yards (485), touchdowns (10) and scoring (64) before suffering a season-ending knee injury in the fourth week of the year. Kucharski finished his career with 66 receptions for 1,205 yards and 21 touchdowns. He was named All-PSAC honorable mention at offensive end in both 1966 and 1967, while earning second All-PSAC as a defensive back in 1967. He set a school record (since tied) with four touchdown receptions against Shippensburg in 1967.

Theresa Lorenzi '89-Inducted 2001

Lorenzi was a four-year starter for the women's basketball team. She finished as the all-time leader in scoring with 2,173 career points and was also a four-time All-PSAC and All-ECAC selection. She led the nation in scoring as a sophomore with an average of 25.9 points per game and helped the Huskies to four PSAC Eastern Division championships (two shared titles) and a berth in the school's first-ever appearance in the NCAA championships. She finished 8th all-time in rebounding with 675, 8th in blocked shots with 48 and 7th in steals with 210. Lorenzi still holds several individual records including: most points in a game, most points in a season, points per game average in both season and career, field goal percentage in both a season and career and field goals made in a single game, single season and career.

Dave Morgan '89 -Inducted 2001

Morgan was a standout on the wrestling mat for the Huskies finishing his career tied for the most victories in school history with 127. His overall record of 127-26-6 gives him the fourth best winning percentage (.817) in school history. Morgan was a two-time All-American for the Huskies finishing third in 1987-88 and sixth in 1988-89 at 150 pounds. During each of his four years Morgan increased his win total, going from 28 wins as a freshman to 31 as a sophomore, 33 as a junior and 35 as a senior. A four-time NCAA qualifier, Morgan was also a two-time Eastern Wrestling League and PSAC champion. He helped the Huskies to the 1988-89 PSAC championship.

Cindy Slocum '90-Inducted 2001

Slocum was a four-year letterwinner and three year starter in softball. She finished her career with an average of .348, while hitting 10 homeruns and driving in 105 runs. She also had 26 doubles, eight triples and 257 total bases. As a senior she set school records for runs scored in a season with 65 and for at-bats in a season with 199 (both records since broken). A three-time All-PSAC selection and two-time captain, she was named first team All-America in 1990 and second team All-America in 1988 and 1989. Slocum also earned Academic All-American honors as a senior and was selected to the 1990 Division II East Regional All-Tournament Team. She helped lead the team to a third place finish in the NCAA Division II Championships in that year.

Don Butler '53-Inducted 2002

Don Butler was a four-year letter-winner for the Huskies in baseball and a three-time letter-winner in basketball.

As a member of the baseball team Butler finished his career with a batting average of .407 while hitting 14 homers and driving in 53 runs. He helped the team to a four-year record of 41-9. Butler hit safely in 18 straight games at one point of his career, covering parts of three seasons. During the course of his streak he had two or more hits 15 times and had a hit in 42 of his 50 games he played in during his career. Butler was also an excellent outfielder making just one error during his career.

As a member of the basketball Butler scored 348 points in his career and was the team's second leading scorer during the 1950-51 season when he averaged 10.6 points per game.

Following his graduation Butler played in the farm system of the then Boston Braves and the Chicago White Sox.

Jim Davis '72-Inducted 2002

As a standout on the track and field team Davis won the PSAC title in the 100-yard dash in 1971 and 1972. In the 220-yard event, Davis was second in 1971 and took first in 1972. At the 1972 PSAC championships Davis won the award for most points scored at the championships (18). During his four years at Bloomsburg he helped the Huskies post a dual meet record of 44-3 as well as finishing third at the PSAC championships in 1971 and second in 1972. Davis was a three-year captain for the Huskies and earned the Underclassmen of the Year honor in 1970 and the Robert B. Redman Award as the Outstanding Senior Athlete in 1972. He also selected to the Outstanding College Athletes of America and Who's Who Among American Universities and Colleges. At the time of his graduation David held three individual and three relay records.

Following graduation, Davis coached girl's track at Cedar Cliff High School from 1975 to 1996. His team won two conference titles along with having coached numerous district and state place winners.

Beth Roeder-Zimmerman '88-Inducted 2002

Beth Roeder-Zimmerman, known as Beth Roeder during her career with the Huskies, was a seven-time All-American for the women's swimming team at Bloomsburg. She earned four All-American honors in individual events and three as a member of a relay team. She also earned five honorable mention All-American awards at the NCAA championships. Roeder's highest individual finish at the NCAA championships was second in the 200 fly in 1988 in a school-record time of 2:04.40, a mark that still stands today. She also finished fourth as a junior in 1987 in the 100 fly in 58.18 seconds.

At the PSAC championships, Roeder took home three individual titles and one relay championship in her career and helped the Huskies to four, second-place finishes at the PSAC championships. At the time of her graduation Roeder held two individual records (100 and 200 fly) and was part of the record-holding 400-medley relay team.

Laurie Snyder '84- Inducted 2002

Snyder was a three-time All-American for the Huskies' field hockey team and a four-year letter-winner in softball. During her field hockey career, Snyder had 28 shutouts and led the Huskies to two national championships. She posted a 0.72 goals against average in 1981 to lead the Huskies to the AIAW national championship. She also posted 10 shutouts that season and added 12 in 1983 as the Huskies won their first NCAA title. She finished her career with 23 shutouts.

In softball, Snyder played for four years for the Huskies helping the team to an overall record of 114-21 and the first two PSAC championships ever held in 1983 and 1984. Snyder was also the Huskies starting first baseman on the 1982 AIAW national championship team, the first-ever national title won at Bloomsburg. As a freshman she led Bloomsburg in hitting with a .395 average.

Snyder was also a standout in the classroom and was selected as an Academic All-American by the College Sports Information Directors of America in 1983.

Linc Welles '75-Inducted 2002

Welles was a four-year letter-winner in baseball and a three-time letter-winner in football for the Huskies. He was named the Underclassmen Athlete of the Year as a junior and won the Redman Award as the school's top senior athlete in 1975.

A two-time All-PSAC selection in both football and baseball, Welles led the NCAA Division III in punting in 1973 with a mark of 43.8 yards. That is still good for the 12th best mark in the division since 1973, a span of 29 years. Welles was also an all-conference selection as a defensive back and is the co-holder of the single-season interception mark at Bloomsburg with 10 in 1974.

On the baseball diamond, Welles hit .398 for his career with a homer and 27 RBI. In 1973 and 1974 he was named first team All-PSAC and was a second team selection in 1975 after missing eight games due to injury. He was team MVP in both 1973 and 1975.

Following his playing days at Bloomsburg, Welles punted and played defensive back for the Philadelphia Bell of the World Football League, where he averaged 38.6 yards per kick in the 1975 season.

Mark Billone '89 Inducted-2003

Mark Billone was standout on the tennis courts for the Huskies. He won the NCAA Division II National Tennis Championship in 1989 and was a two time All-American. He is Bloomsburg's first and only national tennis champion. He also participated in the NCAA Division I National Championship Tournament in 1989. In addition to closing out his senior season ranked number one in the nation in singles, he teamed with Roland Lamy to end the season ranked #2 in the nation in doubles. In addition, Billone was named the NCAA National Senior Player of the Year in 1989 and led Bloomsburg's tennis team to its highest national ranking ever (5th place). Billone also was the captain of Bloomsburg's teams in 1988 and 1989 and was named the MVP of the team in both seasons. He finished his senior season with a Bloomsburg record 42 wins.

After graduating, Billone went on to attain a world ranking and held a ranking on the men's professional tour from 1989 through 1992. In 2000 Billone was named one of Bloomsburg's 100 most influential people of the 20th century, while in 2001 Billone's NCAA championship was voted as one of the top 50 achievements in PSAC history.

Matt Karchner '89 Inducted-2003

Karchner, a power-hitting third baseman who also pitched for Bloomsburg, went on to play in the major leagues with the Chicago Cubs and the Chicago White Sox over the course of a 12-year career. A three-time All-PSAC selection, Karchner finished his career at Bloomsburg with a .372 batting average with school records for home runs with 37 and runs batted in with 165. At the time of his graduation, his 37 home runs were a PSAC record. In 1988 as a junior, Karchner led all of Division II in RBI per game with 62 in 39 games (1.59 per game). As a senior in 1989, Karchner set the school single season mark with 14 homers, while also hitting .435. As a pitcher, Karchner finished his career with a record of 13-7 with four saves and a 2.40 ERA. He also struck out 111 and walked just 61. He holds the school record for fewest walks in a season with seven in 1988.

Drafted by the Kansas City Royals in 1989, Karchner posted a career record of 21-13 with 27 saves. He is one of a handful of major league players to play for both Chicago teams during his career.

Justine Landis '85 Inducted-2003

Landis was a standout for the women's tennis at Bloomsburg and finished her career with a school-record (since suprassed) 63 wins against just 15 losses. She also teamed with Kathy Masch to win a school-record 31 matches (since broken) in doubles. Landis won three PSAC number one singles titles in her career and helped the Huskies to the 1985 PSAC championship. She played number one singles and number one doubles all four years and was ranked as high as 33rd in the country. Landis was also the first Bloomsburg women's tennis player to qualify for the NCAA championships.

Carla Shearer (Christian) '88 Inducted-2003

Shearer was a two-sport standout for the Huskies playing both basketball and field hockey. On the hardwoods she finished her career 13th on Bloomsburg University's all-time scoring list with a total of 889 career points and was fifth all-time in assists with a career total of 334 and ninth all-time in steals with a career total of 184.

As a field hockey player, Shearer was a two-time All-American (1985-86) and helped the Huskies to two NCAA championships and two second place finishes. Her best season was 1986 when she netted 15 goals and added 15 assists. She finished her career with 27 goals and 29 assists. Her 29 assists were a school-record at the time (since surpassed).

Dr. Charles Skiptunas '56 Inducted-2003

Skiptunas was a multi-sport standout for the Huskies.  His career on the football field saw him earning four varsity letters.  A two-time AP All-State Teachers Conference linebacker and center, he helped the Huskies to a record of 24 - 7-1 with one championship and one shared conference title in that time of service.  He was also chosen, by teammates, Captain of the Championship Team in his senior year.  He played three years of basketball and spent one season on the track team.  Following graduation, "Skip" was named Head Football Coach at West Islip High School on Long Island, NY from 1962 to 1969.  He turned the once floundering program into league champions in 1967.  Newsday, the Long Island Press, the Suffolk Sun, and the Suffolk County Football Coaches Association all named Skiptunas Coach of the Year during that season.  He earned his doctorate, cum laude, at SUNY Buffalo and spent the last 20 years of his career as a Superintendent of Schools in NY State and Vermont.

Tony Caravella '80 Inducted-2004

An outstanding wrestler, Carvella posted a career record of 112-28-2, 6th on Bloomsburg's all-time list. He won an Eastern Wrestling League (EWL) title during his senior year after finishing second the two previous years. He was a three-time PSAC champion and a three-time qualifier for the NCAA championships. As a senior in 1979-80, he earned All-American status and placed 7th in the NCAA championships. He also won the Wilkes Open and University of Delaware Invitational during his career. He was inducted into the EWL Hall of Fame in 2004.

Craig Diehl '82 Inducted-2004

Diehl was a standout on the tennis courts for the Huskies. During his career, he posted a then-school record 99 wins against 30 losses (now tied for seventh on the all-time list). He won four PSAC singles titles and three double crowns along with four team titles in his four years. He also won the 1979 ECAC Number Two Singles title as a freshman. During his senior year he was also ranked in the top 25 of the Middle States Tennis Association (MSTA), along with being awarded the number one men's player for Central Pennsylvania. He was an NCAA qualifier, an NCAA scholar-athlete and helped the team to national rankings of 8th, 13th, and 14th during his career.

After graduation Diehl remained a standout player earning a top-10 ranking for 11 straight years in the Middle States Men's Open and was also part of the Middle States top-ranked doubles team in 1987. Four times he has been ranked the number one Men's 35 player in the Middle States region. Overall, he has won more than 300 career tournaments in singles and doubles play and at one time was a practice partner for top women's pro Pam Shriver. He is an attorney and CPA and the owner of his own law firm.

Barb Fallon (Hall) '91 Inducted 2004

As a four year starter of the women's basketball team, Fallon finished her career as the school's second all-time leading scorer in women's basketball history with 1,357 points. (now fifth on all-time list). She is the school's all-time leading rebounder in women's basketball with 1,032, is fifth on the all-time blocked shot list with 91 and sixth in career steals with 221. She helped the Huskies to a 28-2 record in 1989-90 and a spot in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Division II championships. She also received the Eleanor Wray Award/Outstanding Senior Female Athlete following the 1990-91 season. She was also MVP of NCAA Eastern Regional as a sophomore, was a three-time All-PSAC and All-ECAC selection and was the team's MVP in 1989-90. She was also a two-time honorable mention selection to the Kodak All-American team. Hall also helped the Huskies to three consecutive NCAA playoff appearances and four PSAC playoff appearances.

Kelly Klamut (Knaus) '86 Inducted-2004

Klamut was a four-year standout swimmer of the Huskies. She earned individual All-American honors in both 1985 and 1986 in the 400 Individual Medley (IM) and was also an All-American as part of two relay teams in 1983. She also earned honorable mention All-American honors 12 other times during her career. Klamut also was a three-time PSAC champion winning the 400 IM in both 1985 and the 200 backstroke in 1986. She also received the Joanne McComb Award/Outstanding Underclassman Female Athlete in the 1984-85 season. At the time of her graduation, she held school records in the 400 IM and was also part of three record holding relay teams.

Daneen Zaleski (Fero) '89 Inducted-2004

Zaleski was midfielder for four seasons at Bloomsburg. For her career, she scored 19 goals and 15 assists for a total of 53 points. She was All-American and Division II National Player of the Year in 1988. She also received the Joanne McComb Award/Outstanding Underclassman Female Athlete in the 1988-89 season. She is only one for six players to win National Player of the Year honors in the school's history. She was part of the 1987 Division II National Championship team as well as the 1987 and 1988 PSAC Championship team.

Jeff Carruthers '79 Inducted-2005

Carrauthers was a two-time All-American and two-time PSAC champion in the high jump for Bloomsburg. As a junior in 1977, Carruthers jumped 6-10 to win the PSAC title, then came back as a senior to jump 6-10 ? to win his second straight title. At the NCAA championships in 1977, Carruthers finished fourth in the high jump and was second at the NCAA championships in 1978. He also had one second place finish at the PSAC championships in the high jump and had top-six finishes during his career in the long jump, the triple jump and the 4 x 400 relay team. He also holds Bloomsburg high jump marks both indoor (7-0) and outdoor (7-1 ??). Carruthers capped his Bloomsburg career by being named the winner of the Robert B. Redman Award as the top senior male athlete.< p>

Stan Elinsky-Inducted 2005

Elinsky was a three-sport standout for the Huskies earning a total of 11 letters in football, wrestling and track and field.In wrestling, Elinsky helped the Huskies to a dual meet record of 30-7 and two PSAC championships and one NAIA national championship, the first national title for any Bloomsburg team. Individually, Elinsky had to second place finishes at the PSAC championships and a third place finish in both the PSAC and NAIA national championships.

After graduation he taught science in Deposit Central (NY) School for 33 years and retired in June of 1994. During those 33 years, he coached football for 10 years, wrestling for 33 years, and track & field for 2 years. Elinsky's coaching success included 22 tournament team championships, 210 individual tournament champions, and a record of 293-166-6. For his accomplishments he was named Coach of the Year in Section IV four times. In 1977 his team won the overall Section IV title, one of the smallest schools ever to achieve that feat. He is a member of the Section IV Hall of Fame, the New York State Wrestling Hall of Fame, and received a Lifetime Service Award for Coaching from the National Wrestling Hall of Fame.

After graduation he taught science in Deposit Central (NY) School for 33 years and retired in June of 1994. During those 33 years, he coached football for 10 years, wrestling for 33 years, and track & field for 2 years. Elinsky's coaching success included 22 tournament team championships, 210 individual tournament champions, and a record of 293-166-6. For his accomplishments he was named Coach of the Year in Section IV four times. In 1977 his team won the overall Section IV title, one of the smallest schools ever to achieve that feat. He is a member of the Section IV Hall of Fame, the New York State Wrestling Hall of Fame, and received a Lifetime Service Award for Coaching from the National Wrestling Hall of Fame.

Millard Ludwig '48-Inducted posthumously 2005

Ludwig was a standout soccer player for the Huskies and graduated in 1948 after interrupting his studies to serve in the U.S. Navy during World War II. As a two-year member of the soccer team he helped the Huskies to a then, school-record 6-1-2 mark, while scoring twice and assisting on 11 other goals. In all, he had a hand in nearly 50 percent of the team's scoring that season. He graduated with a major in English, with a concentration in journalism and later became a teacher in the Millville school district, serving as a guidance counselor, assistant to the superintendent, coach and athletic director. He coached for 26 years in the district in three sports and in 1987 was recognized as Pennsylvania Athletic Director of the Year. Giving back to his college alma mater resulted in serving as president of the Bloomsburg College Alumni Association for eight years (1973-1981), after which he was awarded an honorary lifetime membership. The college also recognized him for his dedication to his college and community by bestowing upon him their Distinguished Service Award. Millard died in 2001 at the age of 77.

Tom Martin '87-Inducted 2005

Martin was a standout football player for the Huskies and finished his career as the school's second all-time leading rusher with 2,709 yards rushing. He also had 501 yards receiving yards and 705 yards in kickoff returns for 3,915 yards of total offense. His 26 touchdowns were second most at the time of his graduation. He was twice named first team All-PSAC and also earned first team All-ECAC honors as a senior. He set a then-school record with 259 yards rushing against Kutztown on a then-school record 42 carries. He also had three games with 200 or more yards rushing in his career. He also helped the team to a three-year record of 27-6-1 which included one overall PSAC State Championship, the Lambert Cup for being the top team in Eastern Division II football, and a trip to the NCAA semi-finals in 1985.

Michelle Simons '92-Inducted 2005

Simons was a standout on the basketball court for the Huskies finishing her career as the second all-time leading scorer (now third) with 1,661 points. A four-year all-conference player, she was named the PSAC Rookie of the Year in 1988-89 and finished her outstanding career with the PSAC Player of the Year award her senior season. Simons was also named the ECAC Division II Player of the Year, and earned Kodak Women's All-America honors that same year. She continued her playing career in the Women's National Basketball League from 1999-2001 and was also a member of the Women's American Basketball Association. She ranks as the Huskies' career leader in steals with 352; is sixth in career assists with 296 and seventh in career blocks with 78. She also helped the Huskies to four NCAA and PSAC playoff appearances and one PSAC championship and a four-year record of 98-19. Simons was also an assistant coach at East Stroudsburg for eight years and at Bucknell for several years.

Janelle Breneman '94-Inducted 2006

Breneman was a four-year starter for the Huskies in softball at shortstop. She earned All-American honors her senior year. She was also a three time All-PSAC selection and twice named all-region. At time of graduation she was third on school's all-time hit list with 198 (now 11th); third in RBI with 112 (now 8th); and second in runs scored with 145 (now 8th).

Breneman went on to play two seasons with the Georgia Pride of the Women's Professional Softball League. She later moved into coaching and has worked as both and assistant and head coach at East Stroudsburg; head coach at Bucknell, earning Patriot League Coach of the Year honors in 2004 and is now an assistant at the University of North Carolina.

Jim Browning '56-Inducted 2006

Browning was a standout on the football field for the Huskies. Browning, who played defense as a freshman, finished his career as the school's all-time leader in career yards with 1,607 (now ninth) on just 184 carries for an average of 8.7 yards a carry. He also scored 10 rushing touchdowns. As a receiver, Browning caught 26 passes for 643 yards, an average of 24.7 yards per catch, with eight scores. He led the Huskies in scoring in both 1953 and 1954 and finished 31st in the country in 1953 in rushing yards. Browning earned All-Pennsylvania State Teachers Athletic Conference honors in 1953 (1st team); '54 (2nd team); and '54 (honorable mention).

Browning also participated in track and field at Bloomsburg and was the leading point gatherer in 1953 competing in the 100, 200 and 440-yard dashes and also the javelin. In 1955, he finished second in the mile relay at the Penn Relays and was fifth in the 200-yard dash at the State Championship meet.

Todd Cummings '83-Inducted 2006

A four-year letterwinner, Cumming was team captain in 1981-82 and 1982-83. He compiled 96 wins while at Bloomsburg, including Eastern Wrestling League and Delaware Tournament champ (1981), West Chester Tourney champ (1983) and four-time PSAC place winner. Cummings also qualified for the NCAA tournament twice.

After Bloomsburg, Cummings also enjoyed a successful coaching tenure at Central Columbia High School, leading the team to back-to-back PIAA "AA" State Championships in 1986 and 87. In 1986, he was named Coach of the Year in the Central Susquehanna League, when his team won the District IV championship. In 1990, his team was the Columbia County League Champions. His teams have won District, Sectional, and League championships while compiling over 200 dual meet victories. Todd has coached 20 PIAA state medalists to date.

Marty Laudato '93-Inducted 2006

A three-time All-American, Laudato capped a brilliant career by being named the National Player of the Year in 1992. She was also a four time All-PSAC selection, a three-time All-Region choice, and the 1992 PSAC Player of the Year. She ended her career with 33 homers, 200 RBI and 161 runs scored. At the time of her graduation she held 12 school records (several since broken) and helped the Huskies to three PSAC titles, three NCAA regional titles; and two second- and one third-place finishes at the NCAA championships. Laudato received the Eleanor Wray Senior Female Athlete award her senior year at Bloomsburg.

Laudato went on to play professionally for Georgia Pride and several seasons with the Tampa Bay Firestix of the Women's Professional Softball League. She hit 20 career home runs and was the league's all-time leader in career RBI's with 91. She was named Hitter of the Year in 1999 and also went onto win the 1999 Professional Softball Championship.

Lance Milner '90-Inducted 2006

Milner was a three-time singles and one-time doubles All-American for the Huskies in men's tennis. He won two PSAC singles titles and three PSAC doubles titles, including two at number one doubles. He ranked in the top 15 singles players in the country three years (11th, 11th and 13th). His career record of 119-44 puts him number two all-time in school history in career wins. In doubles he teamed with Roland Lamy to post a career record of 52-12 and finished the 1990 season ranked 6th in the country. In 1989 he defeated the #1 ranked player in the county while participating at the NCAA national tournament. During that same year Milner helped lead Bloomsburg's tennis team to its highest national ranking ever (5th place). He was co-captain and co-MVP of the Huskies in 1990 and went on to be named the Bloomsburg Senior Athlete of the Year in 1990. While attending graduate school he coached the Bloomsburg University women's tennis team to a record of 7-4.

Kim Youndt Evans '90-Inducted 2006

Youndt earned four NCAA All-American awards (1990) in Backstroke and Medley Relay events and six NCAA All-American Honorable Mention awards (1987-1989) in Backstroke, Butterfly and Medley Relay events. Youndt also swam Backstroke to 5 PSAC titles in her four years at Bloomsburg. Youndt is a member of the record holding 400 Medley Relay team and also set the 100 Backstroke record at Nationals her senior year. She was recipient of the scholar-athlete award, was a team captain and was named 1990 Bloomsburg Senior Women's Athlete of the Year.

Bill Connelly '90--Inducted 2007

Connelly was a four-year member of the men's basketball team. Connelly is Bloomsburg's' fourth all-time leading scorer with 1481 points (graduated in third place). He led the Huskies in scoring in both his sophomore and senior seasons and was named first team All-PSAC East both years. He was also named second team All-PSAC East as a junior. Connelly also holds Bloomsburg's career record for free throws attempted with 534.

Donna Graupp '87--Inducted 2007

Graupp played both field hockey and softball for the Huskies. As a two- year member of the field hockey team, Graupp was a two-time All-American and two-time All-PSAC selection while playing for the Huskies. She helped the Huskies to a two-year mark of 38-5-2 and one NCAA runner-up and one NCAA third-place finish. She totaled 28 goals in her career and had three assists.

As a member of the softball team, Graupp was a three-starter at shortstop for the Huskies and helped the team to a record of 112-22 with three PSAC titles and one NCAA third place finish. She also earned All-Region honors during her career.

Kelly Cuthbert-Jameson '89--Indcuted 2007

Cuthbert-Jameson was a four-year member of the lacrosse team. Cuthbert-Jameson finished her career as the school's all-time leader in goals scored with 156 and in career points with 183 (now second in both categories). She was the first player in school history to score over 100 goals in her career. In three of her four years she set school marks for goals in a season. In her freshman year she netted 35 goals and six assists to set a new standard, and then followed up with 39 goals and three assists as a sophomore. In her junior year, she scored 35 goals and added eight assists before setting another school record (since broken) as a senior with 47 goals and 10 assists for a school record 57 points.

Toby Rank '80--Inducted 2007

Rank played on the men's soccer team for four years and helped the Huskies to one of its best four-year marks in school history (32-19). In his career, Rank scored 29 goals (number three all-time in school history) and assisted on 14 goals. He also is third in career points with 71. He was a four-time All-PSAC East selection and was named to the All-Region team as a senior. Rank also is also co-holder of the school record for goals in a game (4) and points in a game (9).

Kathy Maguire-Stoudt '92--Inducted 2007

Maguire-Stoudt was a three-year starter for the Huskies women's basketball team, Maguire-Stoudt finished her career as the school's fourth leading scorer with 1,213 points (now seventh) and all-time leader in free throws attempted (514) and made (361). She also graduated (and still remains) number two in steal with 284 and is 10th in assists with 225. Maguire-Stoudt was named first team All-PSAC East as a junior and helped her team to three PSAC East titles, the only PSAC championship in school history (1992), four NCAA Division II playoff appearances and one NCAA regional title. Overall, while a member of the Huskies, Maguire was part of teams that posted a mark of 98-19.

Jim Garman '59--Inducted 2008

Garman was Bloomsburg's first-ever Pennsylvania State conference wrestling champion in 1957 and went on to become the first three-time champ. As a senior he went on to earn a trip to the NCAA wrestling championships, part of a group of four wrestlers to be the first Huskies' to reach the prestigious meet. He posted an overall dual meet mark of 29-1 in his four years and helped the team to an overall mark of 25-9 in that time.

Roly Lamy '91--Inducted 2008

Lamy was a three-time All-American for the men's tennis team. He won four PSAC singles titles and two PSAC doubles titles. He was ranked 33rd in the country in 1988 and 1989, 17th in the 1990 season and sixth in 1991. He was also ranked second in the country in doubles in both 1988 and 1989, then sixth in 1990 and eighth in 1991. He was also winner of the 1990 Eastern Rolex Small College championship and posted a career record of 133-42 and holds the school record for most singles wins in a career.

Keith Torok '79--Inducted 2008

Torok was a three-time All-American for the Huskies in men's swimming. He earned All-American honors in the 200 free in 1977 and was part of the 400-free relay team that earned All-American in 1975 and 1978. He was an NCAA-qualifier all four years in a total of 11 events. Torok was also a three-time PSAC runner-up in both the 200 free and the 400-relay and had a total of 15 top-six finishes in his career. He set Bloomsburg records in six individual events and three relay events, one of which stood for 28 years before being surpassed in 2006.

Tim Pritchard '90--Inducted 2008

Pritchard played first base and caught for the Huskies baseball team. He holds the career school records for batting average (.443) and triples (16). Pritchard also holds the single season records for batting average, hitting .479 in 1990, and triples, with 10 in 1990. He was a three-time All-PSAC East selection, a two-time ECAC Division II All-Star and was named first team North Atlantic All-Region team in 1990. A two-time captain, Pritchard helped lead the Huskies to the team's first PSAC playoff appearance in 1990.

Sharon Reilly Zemaitis '90--Inducted 2008

Reilly Zemaitis was a two-time All-American in field hockey for the Huskies. She helped Bloomsburg to a four-year record of 82-9-4, two PSAC championships and one NCAA title. She finished her career second in career goals with 48 (now 4th) and second in career points with 108 (now 6th). As a junior Reilly scored a team-high 18 goals, while as a senior she finished second in goals scored with 12 while adding three assists.

Randy Watts '75--Inducted 2009

Watts was a member of the Huskies wrestling team (a Division II program at the time) and was a two-time PSAC champion. His senior year was his best year when he had a record of 23-4-1 and finished first at 150 pounds in the NCAA Division II tournament. He then took sixth at 150 pounds in the NCAA Division I tournament to earn Division I All-American honors. Overall Watts posted a career record of 79-27-3 with a dual meet mark of 49-16-3.

In his career at Bloomsburg he won or placed in 25 open tournaments, including three third-place finishes in the prestigious Wilkes Open. He also competed in matches against 10 NCAA I champions, three Olympians and one world champion. Off the mats he was a member of the College Concert Choir, the college chapter of "Fellowship of College Athletes" and campus "Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship." He was named to "Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities" and "Outstanding College Athletes of America."

Following graduation Watts moved into teaching and is currently a Health and Physical Education instructor at Milton Area. He has also taught at Berwick, Warrior Run, Lewisburg and Line Mountain.

Along with teaching, Watts has been a wrestling coach for 34 years and is the junior high coach at Warrior Run. He has led Warrior Run's junior high teams to 27 championships, been voted the District 4 Junior High Coach of the Year four times and the Pennsylvania State Junior High School Coach of the Year once. He coached three seasons at Berwick, one season at Lewisburg, two seasons at Line Mountain and four seasons as head varsity coach at Milton.

Watts has coached AYSO soccer for 18 years and is the past president (two terms) and long time active board member of the Warrior Run Fort Freeland Heritage Society. He received the 2004 California Grange Community Service Award.

Other activities he is in involved with include being the past president (two terms) of the Susquehanna Wrestling Officials chapter, a member of the District 4 and PA State Wrestling Coaches Association. He is a trustee and active member of the Lewisburg Alliance Church and a member of the Sons of the American Revolution (SAR) and was awarded the Minute Man Award for Service project of a Monument for 21 Revolutionary Patriots.

Bob DeCarolis '76--Inducted 2009

De Carolis was a two-sport performer at Bloomsburg, playing both football and baseball and earning two letters in each sport. Following Bloomsburg he received a Master's of Science degree in sports management in 1979 from the University of Massachusetts. His first position in athletic administration was at the University of Michigan where he began in 1979 as an administrative assistant. He was promoted to assistant business manager in 1980; at the same time, he was also named the head softball coach. De Carolis was Michigan's softball coach from 1980 to 1984 and his Wolverines had a third-place finish at the AIAW national championships.

De Carolis was promoted from assistant business manager to business manager in 1983; in 1987 to assistant athletic director for business; in 1990 to associate athletic director for internal operations; in 1994 to senior director for financial operations; in 1996 to senior associate athletic director and became responsible for all athletic facilities and venues at Michigan. He joined the Oregon State University (OSU) staff in 1998 as associate athletic director of internal operations and was promoted to senior associate athletic director in 1999. In August, 2002 he was named the 12th athletic director of the school.

Since arriving at OSU, De Carolis has developed and executed the financial recovery plan that helped the OSU Department of Athletics eliminate a $12.5 million accumulated deficit and grow the overall budget by more than $20 million. At the same time, the department was able to not only maintain competitive teams, but also had its first winning football season in nearly three decades, its first winning men's basketball season in 15 years, the softball program made its first appearance ever in the College World Series and the baseball team competed in the College World Series for the first time in over five decades - capturing the 2006 and 2007 national championships. With him in a leadership role, the football program has played in seven bowl games and overall 16 of the 17 intercollegiate programs sponsored by OSU have participated in postseason.

It's not all about wins or losses or about new facilities; De Carolis has stressed the importance of being a total student-athlete and being a part of the community. With his leadership, 51 percent of the entire athletic roster sports a cumulative GPA of 3.00 or higher. Community service hours have increased nearly 300 percent during his tenure and contributions for scholarships to the Beaver Athletic Student Fund have increased from $5 million to more than $11 million.

Gisela Smith '92--Inducted 2009

Smith was a standout defender on the Huskies' field hockey team, where she played midfielder. Smith, a native of Trinidad, was the MVP of Trinidad's national team and played in many international competitions. At Bloomsburg she was a two-time winner (1990 and 1991) of the Broderick Award as the field hockey National Player of the Year. In addition, she was a first team All-American in 1990 and 1991; the PSAC Field Hockey Athlete of the Year in 1991 and a four-time first team All-PSAC honoree. She was also on the NCAA All-Tournament team in 1988, 1990 and 1991.

Despite being a defender, she still scored 13 goals and had 14 assists during her four year career. During that time the Huskies won three PSAC championships and were three time NCAA runners-up. The team compiled a record of 84-8-2 over that period, and the defense allowed only 39 goals in those 94 games. Gisela also served as team captain her senior year in 1991. In 2006 Smith was named to the NCAA Division III 25th Anniversary Team.

In 1993 Smith was the leading goal scorer for the New York City Open Women's Field Hockey team and also helped lead New York City to their first and only Gold medal for the sport, in the history of the Empire State Games.

Stephanie Humphries Campbell '95--Inducted 2009

A four-year letter winner in women's swimming, Humphries Campbell was a five-time individual All-American and a three-time All-American in relays. She was also a five-time PSAC champion, including winning three consecutive 200-butterfly titles. Humphries also finished as a PSAC runner-up five times. She capped off her career by being named the top senior female athlete for 1994-95. She still holds the school record for her time in the 100 yard butterfly at 57.24 seconds.

As a sophomore, Humphries Campbell won two individual PSAC championships and one relay title. At the NCAA championships she earned the first two of her five All-American awards taking second in the 200 butterfly and third in the 100-butterfly at the NCAA championships. In her junior season, Humphries repeated as the PSAC champion in the 200-fly and was second in the event at NCAA's and was sixth in the 100-fly. As a senior, Humphries three-peated as the 200-fly champion at the PSAC championships and for the third straight year was second in the event at the NCAA championships.

After graduation, Humphries Campbell taught third grade for six years (1996-2002) and coached the men and women's high school swim team for three years for the Stroudsburg Area School District. Married to Brian Campbell, she is the mother of two children, Cailin and Kara, and coaches both youth soccer and softball. From 2003 to 2006 she was director and head teacher at the Hemlock Grove Preschool before returning to public school teaching in 2006.

Chet Henicle '95--Inducted 2009

A two sport standout for the Huskies, Henicle still holds several baseball records for the Huskies. He is tied for the all-time lead in career doubles with 50 and holds the single-season mark of 23 set in 1995. He is also fifth all-time in hits (187), runs scored (118) and triples (9) and ninth in home runs (12). He was a three-time first team All-PSAC East choice in baseball at two different positions (catcher and outfield) and was All-North Atlantic Region as a senior. He hit .378 for his career including .456 in 1993 which ranked 5th in the country, he also finished his career with 12 homers and 87 RBI. He was MVP of the 1995 PSAC Championship Tournament and captained the 1995 squad to the only World Series appearance in school history. He was voted team MVP twice and was a two-year captain.

In football, Henicle was a two-time All-PSAC East first team selection and was named third team All-American by the Sports Information Directors. He was named first team All-ECAC twice and as a senior was chosen to play in the Snow Bowl, the top Division II all-star game in the country. For his career, he finished with 207 total tackles, 15 interceptions and 22 career breakups. His eight interceptions in 1993 ranked second in the country that season. He was voted team MVP in 1994 and was the recipient of the Frank Sheptock Most Valuable Defensive Award. In 1994 he was named the Bloomsburg Outstanding Undergraduate Male Athlete and in 1995 he was named the Robert B. Redman Award as Bloomsburg's Outstanding Male Senior Athlete.

After graduation Henicle pursued a career in coaching. After spending one season at Waynesboro HS he joined the college ranks and this season finished his 13th season as a college football coach. He has spent time at Lenoir-Rhyne University (NC), Wingate University (NC) and is currently in his sixth season at his alma mater.

Jen German '97--Inducted 2009

German was a standout for the women's basketball team. The number two all-time leading scorer in the history of Bloomsburg University women's basketball, German finished her career with 1,853 points. She is also number three all-time in steals with 261, number two in 3-pointers made (graduated as the all-time leader) with 158 and number three in career assists with 387 (left as number two).

She was named first team All-PSAC East as a freshman in 1993-94 and the PSAC East and ECAC Rookie of the Year that season after averaging 16.9 points and 3.9 rebounds per game and scoring a school freshman record 457 points.

In 1994-95 she was named first team All-PSAC East after averaging 19.2 points and 4.1 rebounds per game. As a junior she was named second team All-PSAC East after scoring 15.1 points per game and averaging 4.2 assists per game. German was also selected to the CoSIDA All-Region All-Academic team.

As a senior in 1996-97 she was named both the PSAC East Player of the Year and first team All-PSAC East and All-ECAC South after averaging 18.1 points, 3.6 rebounds and 3.6 assists per game. She led the team in scoring in 17 of the 28 games that year and scored a season-high 31 points in the PSAC semi-finals against California. For her work in the classroom German was a repeat selection to the CoSIDA All-Region All-Academic team. She capped her senior year by being named the winner of the Eleanor Wray Award as the Outstanding Senior Female Athlete at Bloomsburg University for 1996-97.

After receiving her undergraduate degree at Bloomsburg, she continued her education at Millersville University where she received a Master's of Education in School Counseling in 1999. Since January of 2000 German has been employed by the Octorara Area School District as a high school counselor. She coached several years as Octorara's middle school girls' basketball coach and high school track and field coach for the javelin and long jump. She resides in Lancaster.