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Intercollegiate Athletics Hall of Fame

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The University of Missouri Intercollegiate Athletics Hall of Fame was made possible by the 1989 bequest of $100,000 from the estate of the late A.C. (Ace) and Mary Stotler. It is located in the lobby of the main entrance to Mizzou Arena, after being housed in the Hearnes Center until the fall of 2004. The first class was enshrined in 1990, in conjunction with Mizzou's observance of its 100th football season.

Induction into the Hall of Fame is the highest honor bestowed upon a Mizzou student-athlete, coach or administrator.

The general public is invited to submit nominations by contacting Chad Moller, Director of Media Relations, University of Missouri, P.O. Box 677, Columbia, MO 65205.

Hall of Fame Inductees

Class of 1990 (Inaugural Class)
Class of 1991
Class of 1992
Tom Botts
Phil Bradley
Herb Bunker
Paul Christman
Dan Devine
Don Faurot
Brutus Hamilton
Darold Jenkins
Hubert "Shucks" Pruett
Johnny Roland
Jackson Scholz
John "Hi" Simmons
Bob Simpson
Bob Steuber
Norm Stewart (player)
Steve Stipanovich
Jon Sundvold
Ed "Brick" Travis
Roger Wehrli
Kellen Winslow
Dick Ault
Dr. James Baker
Ed Blaine
Art Bond
Chester Brewer
John Brown
Clay Cooper
Joni Davis
Sabrina Dornhoefer
George Edwards
Guy "Bus" Entsminger
Harry Ice
Henry Marshall
John Munski
Francis Peay
Bob Schoonmaker
Willie Smith
Bill Stauffer
Norm Wagner
John Waldorf
Bill Callahan
John Cooper
Marshall Craig
Gwinn Henry
Danny LaRose
Leo Lewis
Class of 1993
Class of 1994
Class of 1995
Class of 1996
Class of 1997
Don Boenker
Harold Burnine
Dick Cochran
Larry Drew
Mel Gray
Jim Kekeris
Al Onofrio
Andy Russell
Lorinda Richardson
Mel West
Mary Houghton
Natasha Kaiser
Renee Kelly
Robin Lingle
Sparky Stalcup
James Wilder
Junior Wren
Eric Wright
1954 Baseball National Champions
Charlie Brown
Tony Galbreath
Thornton Jenkins
Joe Moore
John Moseley
Guy Sappington
Bob Teel
Susan Tietjen
Stan Utley
Teresa Wilson
1965 Indoor Track National Champions
Derrick Chievous
Bert Clark
Julie Dorn
John Kadlec
Gary Lane
Teri LeBlanc
Dr. Glenn McElroy
Gus Otto
Doug Smith
Andrea Fischer
Mel Sheehan
Dave Silvestri
Anton Stankowski
Bill Tobin
Darrell Wallace
Fred Wappel
Russ Washington
Vernon "Hap" Whitney
Greg Cypret
Wilbur Hall Hutsell
Ed Lampitt
Nat Page
Anthony Peeler
Charles Rash
Karen Snelgrove
Abe Stuber
Keith Weber
Kim Anderson
Melvin Booker
Rosalyn Dunlap
Ricky Frazier
Shaon Fry
Woody Hatfield
Conrad Hitchler
Clair Houston
Gene McArtor
Kris Schmidt
Denise Buchheister
Sharon Farrah
Bob Jeffries
Bob Kopnisky
Dan Lavitt
Frank Mitchell
Dave Otto
Ben Plucknett
Ray Uriarte
Jim Whitaker
Barbara Bubany
Mike Carroll
Mike Jones
Jean Madden
Medford Park
Norris Stevenson
Ron Coleman
Chris Garlich
Erik McMillan
Harry Smith
Barb Wright
Mary Babb
Kevin DeForrest
Al Eberhard
Corby Jones
Albert Lane
Bruce Van Dyke
Al Abram
Rebecca Davis
Charlie McMullen
Sonny Siebert
Ray Thorpe
Devin West

Ron Cox
Patty DeForrest
Brad Edelman
Derrick Peterson
Joe Shy
Julie Effinger
Wes Roper
Craig Ruby
Jerome Sally
Nikki Thole
Morris Towns
Dianne Berg
Christian Cantwell
Conrad Goode
Charles Henke
Charles "Jake" Jacobson
Joann Rutherford
Norm Stewart (coach)
1941 Football Team
Ann Marie (Brooks) Chappell
Jean Cerra
Dave Harvey
Rick Lyle
Vince Tobin
Mahlon Aldridge
Ryan Fry
Jim Johnson
Amanda Lassiter
Sandie Prophete
1964 Baseball Team
Scott Anderson
Madill “Bud” Gartiser
Lindsey Hunter
Hank Kuhlmann
Brad Smith
Khris Whelan
Ben Askren
Don Chadwick
Tom Heckman
Max Scherzer
Russ Sloan
George Williams
Ian Kinsler
Christi Myers
Justin Smith
James Taylor
Helen Wilson

 

Last updated: February 4, 2013