Jon Sundvold
Jon Sundvold


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One of only two players in Big Eight Conference history (teammate Steve Stipanovich is the other) ever to play on four consecutive league championship teams, Jon Sundvold played on Missouri teams that had a cumulative record of 100-28. A guard from Blue Springs, Mo., he twice won all-conference, all-district and all-Big Eight Tournament honors, and was an all-American in 1983. At the time of his induction, he ranked third at MU in both points (1,597) and assists (382), and was one of four players to have his jersey number (20) retired. Was a first-round pick of the Seattle SuperSonics in the 1983 draft, and since played for the San Antonio Spurs and Miami Heat. In 1989, he set the NBA record for three-point shooting contests during the league's All-Star Weekend. In 1989, Sundvold established MU's first endowed basketball scholarship. He was a second-team choice on the Big Eight's all-decade team, and was named the MVP of MU's own all-decade team on the 1980s.

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