Bloomsburg University Men's Cross Country Hall of Fame Members

Stephen Eachus '78-Inducted 1995

Eachus was one of the top distance runners for both the cross country and track and field teams. As a cross country runner, he won all but two of his dual meets in four years and won the PSAC title in both 1977 and 1978. He also finished second in the 1978 NCAA championships and was a three-time All-American. In track and field, Eachus set eight school records, including both the indoor and outdoor two- and three-mile races and the outdoor 5,000 and 10,000 meter races.

Dan Kemple '40-Inducted 1994

Kemple was a member of the Bloomsburg track and field, cross country and basketball teams at Bloomsburg. In track and field, he helped the Huskies go undefeated four straight years and win four conference titles. He also took part in the Penn Relays and, as a freshman and sophomore, was a member of the first-place mile relay team. In cross country, Kemple lost his first dual meet and never lost again, in his career, in dual-meet action.

Francis "Doc" Sell '35-Inducted 1988

Sell earned seven letters for track and field and cross country at Bloomsburg. He won the Pennsylvania Conference Champion with record time in 1935 and was a place winner in every race during a three-year period. Following his graduation, Sell went onto coaching junior high basketball and varsity track and field. At Boyertown High School, he organized and coached, for 20 years, the first cross country and track and field programs at the school. Sell coached individuals to seven state high school championships, and his team won the medley relay title at the Penn Relays. Sell also helped organize the first Venzke Relay Carnival in 1939, which is still held annually.