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1 UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS SPORTS HALL OF HONOR 2016 OFFICIAL BALLOT

2 Dear A Club Member: Thank you for your continued support of Razorback Athletics. As a benefit of your A Club membership, you are eligible to vote for 2016 University of Arkansas Hall of Honor nominees. After reviewing the list of eligible letter winners and others, the Advisory Board has selected the following nominees for consideration. It is recommended that you vote online for your top choices for induction during Hall of Honor weekend on September 2-3, 2016 (Arkansas vs. Louisiana Tech) or use the ballot on the back cover of this booklet to make your selections. Additional information on the voting process may be found on the last page of this booklet. The deadline to submit your ballot is April 8, Once the ballots are tabulated, the Honors Committee of the Board will certify the results and name this year s inductees. Honorees will be announced later this summer. The success of Hall of Honor depends entirely on your participation. Thank you for your cooperation, and we look forward to seeing you in Fayetteville in September. Go Hogs! Sincerely, RANDY TAYLOR Chairman RAZORBACK University of Arkansas Sports Hall of Honor Board Track & Field, Cross Country MODERN ERA FOOTBALL AND BASKETBALL (Vote for 3) 1. DAVID BARRETT - A four-year letterwinner at cornerback from , Barrett tallied 176 tackles, seven interceptions, three forced fumbles and five sacks during his collegiate career. A captain his senior year, he registered 53 tackles, a team-high tying three interceptions, including one returned for a touchdown, one forced fumble, one sack and seven pass breakups en route to earning All-SEC second team honors and an invitation to the Senior Bowl. A member of the Arkansas All-Decade Team for the 1990s, Barrett ranks 10th in school history in career interception return yardage (119 yards, 7 interceptions). Following his collegiate career, he was selected in the fourth round of the 2000 NFL Draft by the Arizona Cardinals. In 2004, Barrett signed with the New York Jets where he played five seasons. Over his nine-year NFL career, he amassed 450 tackles, 18 interceptions and defended 54 passes. 2. RAVIN CALDWELL - Caldwell lettered at Arkansas from , helping the Razorbacks win 32 games and earn two top- 12 final rankings. The 1982 team was ranked No. 9 in the final poll of the year after a season concluded with a win over Florida in the Bluebonnet Bowl. He finished his Razorback career with 153 tackles, including 20.0 for loss accounting for 110 yards lost, five fumble recoveries, six forced fumbles, 16 pass breakups and one interception. As a junior he led the team with 5.5 sacks, 10.0 tackles for loss and four fumble recoveries while adding 65 tackles and three forced fumbles. He was drafted in the fifth round of the 1986 NFL Draft by the Washington Redskins and helped the Redskins win Super Bowls XXII and XXVI. He played in the NFL from , appearing in 79 games and recording 8.5 sacks. 3. TONY CHERICO A nose guard and captain of the 1987 team, Tony Cherico was named an AFCA first-team All-American following his senior season. The 87 Hogs led the SWC in rush defense, allowing only 99.8 yards per game on their way to a 9-4 season. He earned 67 tackles, including four tackles for loss (-19) and two sacks, in his senior campaign. He racked up 66 tackles and seven tackles for loss (-18) as a junior. In his Razorback career, he tallied 219 tackles including 26 tackles for a loss (-87). 4. RON FAUROT A defensive end for the 1983 Razorbacks, Faurot was named a first-team All-American by UPI. A team captain, he led the team in sacks and tackles for loss. Seven times he dragged opposing quarterbacks to the ground and he finished the year with 61 tackles including 10 tackles for 52 lost yards. He earned 161 tackles in his Razorback career. He lettered in football in and was a number one draft choice in 1983 by the New York Jets. 5. KEN HAMLIN Hamlin finished his career as the school s record holder in tackles despite playing only three seasons from He racked up 381 career tackles before

3 MODERN ERA FOOTBALL AND BASKETBALL MODERN ERA FOOTBALL AND BASKETBALL entering the NFL Draft following his junior campaign. In his final collegiate season, he earned first-team All-American honors from CollegeFootballNews.com and first-team All- SEC recognition from the Associated Press, SEC Coaches and Sporting News. The Seattle Seahawks drafted him in the 2003 NFL Draft, and he played for the Seahawks He played for the Dallas Cowboys in and played in the 2007 Pro Bowl. 6. MADRE HILL Hill lettered at Arkansas in and 1998, helping lead the Razorbacks to their first SEC Championship Game appearance in 1995, and was a team captain in He was a first-team All-SEC selection in 1995 and was named to the Arkansas All-Decade Team. He rushed 541 times for 2,407 yards and 25 touchdowns, tied for the sixth-highest career total in school history. He is tied for ninth on Arkansas career 100-yard rushing games list with eight. He holds Razorback single-game records for rushing touchdowns with six against South Carolina in 1995 and rushing attempts with 45 against Auburn in That season he broke school records with 1,387 rushing yards and six 100-yard rushing games. His 15 rushing touchdowns from 1995 are tied for fifth on the Arkansas single-season list. He was drafted by the Cleveland Browns and played two seasons in the NFL, advancing to Super Bowl XXXVII in 2002 with Oakland. an average of 38.l7 yards per try. For his career, he boasted a 38.8 yards per punt career average. He lettered in football in and GREG LASKER Lasker lettered at Arkansas from and was a team captain his senior season. He was a first-team All-SWC selection in 1985 and was named to the Arkansas All-Decade Team. He ranks sixth on Arkansas all-time career interception return yards list with 155 and tied for 12th on the school s all-time career interceptions list with nine. He tied for the 1983 team lead with three interceptions and led the team in passes broken up with 11 in 1984 and 10 in He played in the East-West Shrine Game following his senior season and was selected in the second round of the 1986 NFL Draft by the New York Giants, where he played three seasons and won Super Bowl XXI in his rookie year. 7. GREG HORNE The only punter named an All-American at Arkansas, Greg Horne made the first-team list of the AFCA in Horne led the nation with a 47.2 yards-per-attempt average, and his punting helped the Hogs to a 9-3 record and an Orange Bowl berth. Horne kicked the ball 49 times for 2,313 yards, a school-record average of 47.2 yards per punt. 8. GREG KOLENDA - A four-year letterwinner at offensive tackle from , Kolenda earned consensus All-America honors in 1979, All-Southwest Conference accolades in each of his final two seasons and was named to the Arkansas All- Decade team for the 1970s. He helped lead the Razorbacks to 35 victories during his career, including a share of the SWC championship in In his final three seasons as a Razorback, Arkansas finished in the top 10 of the national rankings including No. 3 in His pass blocking helped Arkansas complete a school-record 63.9 percent of its passes in Arkansas appeared in three bowl games over the course of his career, highlighted by a 31-6 win over No. 2 Oklahoma in the 1978 Orange Bowl. Kolenda also participated in the 1980 Senior Bowl. 9. BRUCE LAHAY A kicker and punter for the 1981 Razorbacks, Bruce Lahay booted his way to a first-team All-America award from the FWAA. He led the nation in field goals in 1981, averaging 1.73 kicks per game. He split the uprights on 19 of 24 field goals (.792) and nailed 31 of 31 extra point attempts in his only season as the Hogs placekicker. In the same season, Lahay punted the ball 63 times for 2,436 yards, 11. ANTHONY LUCAS Lucas is currently the all-time leading receiver in Arkansas history with 2,879 yards. His 137 career catches rank fourth and 23 touchdowns rank second. He is known for making one of the most memorable catches in Razorback history when he split the defenders to haul in a

4 UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS SPORTS HALL OF HONOR OFFICIAL BALLOT MODERN ERA FOOTBALL AND BASKETBALL 23-yard touchdown pass to lead Arkansas to a win over then No. 3 and defending national champion Tennessee in In 1995, he posted a then-arkansas freshman record with 27 catches for 526 yards and four touchdowns to help the Razorbacks win the SEC Western Division title. After an injury in 1996, he made 27 catches for 495 yards and four touchdowns as a sophomore in 1997, then he exploded on the national scene with 43 receptions for a school record 1,004 receiving yards and 10 touchdowns in He earned second-team All-SEC honors for his efforts. A preseason All-America selection, Lucas capped his career with 37 receptions for 822 yards and four touchdowns as senior in He earned third-team All-America honors from the Associated Press and first-team All-SEC recognition. 12. JONATHAN LUIGS - Luigs is considered one of the best offensive linemen in Arkansas history. Luigs was a four-year letterwinner for the Razorbacks from and served as a team captain in As a junior in 2007, Luigs became the first Razorback to win the Rimington Trophy, which recognizes the most outstanding collegiate center in NCAA FBS. Luigs earned first-team All-America honors from the FWAA, The Sporting News, Walter Camp, Rivals, College Football News and Phil Steele. He also won the Jacobs Trophy, which goes to the SEC s top blocker. Luigs was a third-team All-America selection by the AP in 2006 and earned All-SEC honors in 2006, 2007 and Luigs was a fourth-round selection of the Cincinnati Bengals in the 2009 NFL Draft. 13. JIM MABRY A four-year football letterman from , Mabry was an All-America selection as an offensive tackle in He was a unanimous two-time All-SWC performer in and a member of the Razorback All-Decade Team for the 1980 s. He played on teams that earned a combined record and helped pave the way for two of the top three single season rushing totals in Arkansas history. He holds the school record for total offense in 1989 and was a member of the All-SWC Academic Squad. He was selected captain his senior season by his teammates. 14. CLINT MCDANIEL - Clint McDaniel played for the Arkansas Razorback basketball team from and was an All- SEC selection in 1995 as well as a member of the Final Four All-Tournament Team in that year. He was a member of Arkansas s 1994 National Championship team that defeated Duke and the 1995 National Runner Up team. McDaniel played in 125 games during his four seasons at the University of Arkansas and amassed a total of 1,007 points and 226 steals, 102 of which came in the season and are the most in a season for Arkansas and the SEC. He led the Razorbacks in free throw percentage in and scored an average of 8.1 points per game during his career. 15. OLIVER MILLER - Part of three straight Southwest Conference regular season (89-91) and tournament champion teams over Arkansas final three years in the league from , Oliver Miller played four seasons ( ) for Naismith Hall of Fame coach Nolan Richardson. Included in those four seasons in which the Razorbacks went a staggering was a trip to the 1990 Final Four and an SEC regular season title in 1992, the program s first year in the league. One of the most versatile big men in Arkansas history, Miller still holds as the program s all-time leader in field goal percentage (.636) and blocked shots (345), while ranking third in rebounds (886) and ninth in points (1,674). Miller was an All-SWC selection in the programs final year in the conference his junior, becoming the only player in program history with over 100 blocks and 100 assists in a season. During the campaign, Miller set the single-season record with 112 blocks while leading the NCAA in field goal percentage at JONATHON MODICA Modica earned All-SEC honors in 2004 and 2006 and was an all-freshman selection in He is 12th on Arkansas all-time scoring list with 1,589 points. Pookie averaged 11.5 points and 4.5 rebounds as a freshman, 16.5 points and 4.5 as a sophomore, 9.6 and 2.8 as a junior and 16.1 and 4.0 as a senior. For his career, he averaged 13.5 points and 3.9 rebounds. He shot 78.5 percent from the line, 46.2 percent from the floor and 36.9 percent from three-point range. He led the team in scoring as a freshman (11.5) and sophomore (16.5), with a FG percentage as a junior (.520). He ranks: 12th on Arkansas all-time charts with 555 field goals, 11th with 326 free throws (tied), and eighth with 153 threes. 17. JERMAINE PETTY A three-year letterwinner from , Petty moved to linebacker for his senior season and in the process earned first-team All-America and All-SEC honors. Petty s move to linebacker resulted in an SEC-best 140 tackles in 2001, including 80 solo and 13 tackles for loss (-30). He ranked 13th in the nation in tackles per game and was the only player to be named Bronko Nagurski Player of the Week two times that season. The 140-tackle campaign by Petty currently ranks as the fifth-most in program history, while his biggest stop came on a two-point conversion attempt at Ole Miss that gave Arkansas a seven-overtime victory. Petty won the Frank Broyles Award for the Most Outstanding UA Athlete for the academic year while being named an AFCA and AAFF All-American. 18. GEORGE STEWART A three-year letterwinner at offensive guard under legendary head coach Lou Holtz from , Stewart helped the Razorbacks earn a share of the 1979 Southwest Conference title and make appearances in fourstraight bowl games. The Little Rock native was an All-SWC

5 MODERN ERA OTHER SPORTS MODERN ERA OTHER SPORTS honoree as a junior in 1979, served as a team captain in 1980 and earned a spot on the Arkansas All-Decade Team for the 1970s. Following his collegiate career, Stewart signed with the Kansas City Chiefs in He began his coaching career in 1983, when he was hired by Coach Holtz as a graduate assistant, working with tight ends. He went on to have assistant coaching stints at Minnesota and Notre Dame before beginning his NFL coaching career in 1989 as Pittsburgh Steelers special teams coach. Stewart has served as a special teams or wide receivers coach for multiple teams in his 28-year professional coaching career and is entering his 10th season on the Minnesota Vikings staff as wide receivers coach. 19. TONY UGOH Named to the Arkansas All-Decade Team after lettering from , Ugoh was a third-team All-America selection by the Associated Press and a first-team All-SEC pick in 2006 after helping the Razorbacks lead the SEC and rank fourth in the country in rushing. He was drafted by the Indianapolis Colts as the 42nd overall pick in the 2007 NFL Draft and started on the offensive line from He was named to the NFL All-Rookie Team after starting 11 games in 2007 and helped the Colts to Super Bowl XLIV following the 2009 season. He won Super Bowl XLVI as a member of the New York Giants, becoming the sixth former Razorback to play in multiple Super Bowls. At the end of the 2011 season, he had appeared in 40 games with 28 starts in the NFL. MODERN ERA Other Sports (Vote for 3) 20. KEVIN CAMPBELL - Campbell lettered for the Razorbacks from , helping pitch Arkansas to the 1985 College World Series, and was an All-Southwest Conference selection as a freshman. The righthanded pitcher won 23 games, which was tied for second on Arkansas all-time career list when he left. His total still ranks tied for seventh in school history. He still ranks in the top five on Arkansas career lists with 16 complete games, 46 games started and innings pitched. His five complete games from 1984 still stand as the Razorbacks freshman record, and his 10 wins in 1985 were the school s fifth-highest single-season total at the time.. After his Razorback career, he was selected by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the fifth round of the 1986 MLB Draft. He played five years in the major leagues for the Oakland A s and Minnesota Twins, averaging more than one strikeout per inning over his career. 21. TROY EKLUND An All-American outfielder in 1989, Eklund also earned All-SWC honors in both 1988 and He also received the Bill Dickey Award in 1989 and led the team in runs scored with 54 in 1988 and 62 in He helped the Hogs go in 1988 to reach the NCAA regionals, and with a trip to the College World Series in His 17 career triples rank fourth all-time at Arkansas while his 32 home runs are seventh, 182 runs scored sixth, 180 RBI fourth, 93 extra base hits seventh and 13 sacrifice flies fifth. 22. KELLY EVERNDEN A three-year letterman from , Evernden earned All-America honors in He was only the fourth Razorback to earn All-America honors in both singles and doubles in the same year. He was a two-time Southwest Conference doubles champion and a singles finalist in 1983 and went 28-6 in doubles in 1983 and was for his career. His career winning percentage of.762 is second on Arkansas chart, and his teams went 24-8, 24-9 and 27-7 with final national rankings of No. 10, No. 7 and No. 9, respectively. The 1983 team reached the Elite Eight of the NCAA Tournament while the 1982 and 1984 squads advanced to the Sweet RODDIE HALEY - A nine-time All-American for legendary Coach John McDonnell, Haley was one of the Razorbacks top performers both on the indoor and outdoor ovals. He earned four All-America honors indoors and was a five-time All- American in outdoor track and field. Haley was a three-time NCAA champion including twice in the Indoor 500 meters ( ) and once in the Outdoor 400 meters (1985). He earned SWC titles indoors in the 440 yard dash (1985) and 600 yard dash (1987) and was a three-time SWC Outdoor champion in the 400 meters ( ). Haley also captured a SWC title at the conference outdoor meet in 1985 with the 4x100 meter relay. Haley remains the outdoor 400 meter record holder with a time of set in Haley was part of four SWC and four NCAA team championships in his three

6 UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS SPORTS HALL OF HONOR OFFICIAL BALLOT MODERN ERA OTHER SPORTS seasons, including contributing to the first national triple crown in school history in RALPH KRAUS An All-American outfielder in 1986, Kraus also earned All-SWC honors that year. He was named to the College World Series all-tournament team in 1985 and received the George Dickey Award in He led the team with a.397 average in 1986 and tied for the team led with 91 hits. He helped the Hogs go and reach the College World Series in 1985 and and reach the NCAA regionals in His 245-career hits rank fifth all-time while his 58 doubles and 400 total bases are fourth and his 96 extra base hits are sixth. 25. DAVID LINGMERTH David Lingmerth was a member of the Razorback men s golf team in , and was a two-time All-Southeastern Conference and All-America honorable mention selection during his collegiate career. His accomplishments are many but one of the most memorable was Lingmerth s participation with the Razorbacks at the NCAA Championship in The first year of a format change that saw teams add match play to the NCAA Championship, Lingmerth paced the Razorbacks through the field to a dramatic NCAA runner-up finish. After finishing tied for third in stroke play, Lingmerth and the Razorbacks worked their way through match play to the championship match with Texas A&M, finishing 2-3. During his career with the Razorbacks, Lingmerth had 20 top-10 career finishes, ranks third for single season stroke average with a mark, fourth for career stroke average with 72.73, won the Battle at the Beach in 2010 and was the first Arkansas player to participate in the Palmer Cup in Lingmerth turned professional after graduation and has played on the Web.com Tour. Lingmerth was nominated for the PGA Tour Rookie of the Year in 2013 and he finished No. 75 in the FedExCup race. 26. MELVIN LISTER A member of the University of Arkansas men s track and field team from , Lister was an eight-time All- American and one of the most accomplished jumpers in school history. He was also a four-time SEC individual champion and a five-time NCAA champion 1999 NCAA indoor triple jump, 1999 NCAA outdoor long jump, 2000 NCAA indoor long jump, 2000 NCAA indoor triple jump, 2000 NCAA outdoor triple jump) during his time in Fayetteville. During his time as a Razorback, Lister was a part of numerous team titles, including four SEC ( Indoor & Outdoor; Indoor & Outdoor) and three NCAA titles ( Indoor & Outdoor; Indoor). The two-time Olympian for Team USA (2000 Sydney Olympics - long jump; 2004 Athens Olympics - triple jump) currently holds two Arkansas records as part of record-setting 4x400m (outdoor) and sprint-medley relay teams. He was a part of the squad that set the 4x400m (outdoor) record in 2000 with a time of 3:02.02 and he was also a member of the outdoor sprint-medley relay team that ran 3:12.13 in KENDERICK MOORE An All-American second baseman in 1996, Moore earned All-SEC honors that season. He was named to the SEC all-tournament team as a first baseman in 1994 and as an outfielder in 1995, also receiving the Bill Dickey Award in He led the team with 80 hits in 1995, in home runs with nine in 1996 and in stolen bases with 24 in 1994 and 29 in Arkansas was in 1995 and in 1996, earning an NCAA bid each season. His 282 hits are second most on Arkansas career charts while his 95 stolen bases and 205 singles are first. After Arkansas, he played for the Kansas City Royals. 28. HOUSTON NUTT - Nutt compiled a record over his 10 seasons ( ) as Arkansas head coach, becoming the third coach in program history to lead the Razorbacks to a bowl game in each of his first six seasons. He led Arkansas to three SEC Western Division titles (1998, 2002, 2006), eight bowl games, three final top 25 national rankings and four nine-win seasons. Nutt ranks second in school history with 75 coaching victories and eight bowl appearances, trailing only the legendary Frank Broyles (144 wins and 10 bowl appearances). Nutt s 8-0 start in 1998 marked the best debut ever for a UA head coach and helped the Razorbacks reach their first New Year s Day game since In 2001 and 2006, Nutt was voted SEC Coach of the Year by the Associated Press and conference head coaches. Nutt, the last player signed to a scholarship by Frank Broyles, was a quarterback at Arkansas in 1976 and 1977 and was a

7 MODERN ERA OTHER SPORTS MODERN ERA OTHER SPORTS member of the team that upset No. 2 Oklahoma in the 1978 Orange Bowl. 29. JACK O KEEFE One of only two Arkansas golfers to earn All-America honors four times, O Keefe earned honorable mention in 1989, 1991 and In 1993, he was awarded with third-team accolades and he also earned league honors during his career. In 1991, he became the first Razorback golfer to earn All-SWC honors. When the Hogs switched to the SEC, he picked up the league honor in 1992 and He helped lead Arkansas to four top 10 team finishes in the NCAA Championships. Individually, he finished tied for 21st at the 1989 NCAA Championships and tied for 16th at the 1991 NCAA Championships. O Keefe was inducted into the Arkansas State Golf Association Hall of Fame in TAG RIDINGS A four-year letterman from , Ridings earned 1997 honorable mention All-America honors. He was also a three-time second-team All-SEC selection. Ridings was a member of the Razorback team that recorded the school s best showing at the NCAA Championships when they finished in fourth place in He earned his PGA tour card after finishing in the top 15 finishers on the Buy.com tour and has been a member of the PGA tour since NICK SCHMIDT - A Razorback letterman from , Schmidt was one of Dave Van Horn s first elite pitchers upon being named the Razorback head coach in Schmidt generated a 2.83 ERA over his three seasons as a Razorback and 345 strikeouts en route to two first-team All-American nods in 2006 and 2007 as well as being named a freshman All-American in It was a banner year for Schmidt in 2006 as he finished 9-3 with 145 strikeouts and was named SEC Pitcher of the Year. His strikeout total that season still stands as the second-most in a single season in Arkansas history. In his three seasons, Schmidt s 345 strikeouts Is still the Razorback record for strikeouts in a career. Schmidt was a no doubt selection for all-conference in each of his three years as a Razorback, being named first-team All-SEC in 2006 and 2007 and a freshman all-conference player in He still ranks third in victories (28) and third in innings pitched (340.1) at Arkansas. In 2007, Schmidt became the fourth Razorback to be selected in the first round of the MLB Draft as the lefty was picked 23rd overall by the San Diego Padres. He was the first of four Arkansas players that have been selected in the first round of the draft after player under Dave Van Horn. 32. TIM SIEGEL A four-time letterman from , Siegel was also a two-time All-American in doubles in for the Razorback men s tennis team. He teamed with Richard Schmidt to dominate the college tennis scene and was also a three-time SWC singles champion. Siegel won 89 singles matches in his career and ranks ninth-all-time in school history. His 75 doubles victories is also one of the top in the Arkansas rankings as he is eighth all-time. His.717 career singles winning percentage still stands as the fourth best mark in program history. During his tenure with the Razorbacks, Arkansas recorded a combined record of and advanced to four-straight NCAA Championships, including advancing to the round of eight twice. 33. ANDY SKEELS An All-American catcher in 1987, Skeels also earned All-SWC honors that season. He received the Bill Dickey Award in 1987 and led the team with 70 runs scored in 1987, tied for the team lead with 76 RBI and led the club with 18 home runs. Arkansas was in 1987 and reached the College World Series. His.358 career batting average is the fourth-best in school history, and his 50 extra base hits in 1987 is a school record.

8 UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS SPORTS HALL OF HONOR OFFICIAL BALLOT MODERN ERA WOMEN S SPORTS 34. MARTIN SMITH Smith coached the men s and women s swim teams at Arkansas, leading the Lady Backs to four top 25 finishes, and in 1988 was named the SWC Coach of the Year. In all, he coached the women s team from and the men s team from A three-time All-American in swimming, Smith was an Olympic bronze medalist in He was also the Razorbacks starting place kicker in JERRY SPENCER - The first All-American swimmer in Arkansas history, Spencer earned the honor five times from in the 50 and 100 freestyle, 400 medley relay and 400 freestyle relay. He was a 1979 Southwest Conference Champion and placed fifth in the championship final of the 50 freestyle at the NCAA Championships that same year. He was part of the 1981 Razorback 400 meter freestyle relay team that set a world record time, and his 100 meter split of 22.4 seconds was also a world best. At the 1981 NCAA Championships, he became the first Arkansas swimmer to break 20 seconds in the 50 freestyle, clocking 19.8 seconds. Spencer also excelled in international competition. He represented the United States at the 1981 World University Games in Bucharest, Romania, and was a medalist in the 50 and 100 freestyle events and a member of the winning 400 freestyle relay team. Spencer was a member of the US National team from , and helped set American and world records in the 200 and 400 freestyle relays, as well as the 400 medley relay. Spencer was inducted into the Arkansas Swimming Hall of Fame in MODERN ERA Women s Sports (Vote for 2) 36. TAMMY KINCAID Kincaid lettered in softball from and is a two-time All-SEC record-holder. A member of Arkansas first graduating class in softball, Kincaid pitched the inaugural recruiting class to the university s first berth in the NCAA Tournament during her senior year in A twotime All-SEC pitcher and five-time SEC Pitcher of the Week, she is Arkansas all-time winningest pitcher with 72 decisions. Pitching over 1,000 innings in her career, she set the SEC mark with 309 innings her freshman year. In 171 appearances, she had 745 strikeouts and a career ERA of CHIN BEE KHOO A three-time All-American, Khoo lettered in tennis from The only three-time All-America women s tennis player in school history, she led Arkansas to three consecutive NCAA team berths including the alltime best finish in 1998 in the 16th round at the NCAA Championships. A three-time NCAA singles participant, she is the only Lady Backs to make the 16th round as an individual. Ranking in the top 10 for career and single season singles wins, she is fifth all-time in the career singles winning percentage. 38. AURELIJA MISEVICIUTE - In the span of just two seasons, Aurelija Miseviciute became one of the most decorated women s tennis players in University of Arkansas history. She earned All-America honors twice and finished her career with Arkansas as the leader in career singles wins (125), doubles wins (86) and singles winning percentage (.886). She also set season records for singles wins (52) and singles winning percentage (.897). Miseviciute led Arkansas to back-toback SEC Western Division titles. Capturing the ITA Indoor Championship in 2007, she climbed from a 2008 preseason ranking of 117 to claim the ITA Indoor Championship in The 2009 SEC Player of the Year, Miseviciute advanced to the NCAA quarterfinals in singles that season. Miseviciute was a twotime first team All-SEC honoree (2008 and 2009), an SEC Scholar Athlete of the Year both seasons, an ESPN the Magazine Academic All- America second team member in 2008 and a finalist for the Honda Award for women s tennis in both 2008 and DANA MCQUILLAN A member of the inaugural team in 2003, McQillin became Arkansas first NCAA Championship qualifier, competing as an all-around gymnast at the 2005 NCAA Championships. She was team captain all four years, earned the program s first SEC Gymnast of the Week honor in 2004 and was finalist for the SEC s H. Boyd McWhorter Scholarship. The Dana McQuillin Coaches Award for a team member who represents the Razorbacks above and beyond normal expectations was named in her honor, and she won the award in 2003, 2004 and She shared the team s Scholar-Athlete of the Year award in 2003 and won the team s first two Most Outstanding Gymnast awards in 2004 and McQuillan won 10 event titles in her career including five in the all-around. Her high scores include multiple 9.90s on bars, which tie for sixth-best

9 MODERN ERA WOMEN S SPORTS MODERN ERA WOMEN S SPORTS in school history, and on beam, which ties for fifthbest. She also had highs of 9.85 on vault and 9.90 on floor. She ended her career with what was at the time the school record of in the all-around. 40. SYTIA MESSER Messer played for the Lady Backs from and was named All-SEC as a freshman. She was named MVP of the 1998 NCAA West Regional and returned after the NCAA Final Four to lead Arkansas to the 1999 Women s NIT championship. Playing 128 consecutive games in her career, she broke school records for games played and consecutive games and was voted all-tournament for the 1999 WNIT. 41. KRYSTAL OSBORNE As part of the University of Arkansas first-ever volleyball team in 1994, Osborne was part of establishing a championship tradition from In that span, Arkansas compiled a overall record, advanced to two SEC championship matches and made its first trip to the NCAA Tournament during the 1996 season. She tallied a program-best 2,185 career kills ranking first at Arkansas, second all-time in the SEC and, upon graduation, she was in the top 20 in the nation for career kills. Osborne is one of five players to have more than 1,000 career kills and 1,000 career digs and ranks second for career digs with 1,659 digs to her credit. She was the first Razorback volleyball player to earn All-SEC First-Team honors and was selected to the AVCA All- District team. She went on to earn three All-SEC honors and added SEC Tournament MVP to her resume in 1997, leading the Razorbacks to a three-set upset win over fourth-ranked Florida in the SEC Championship. 42. MARIA PAVILDOU The All-American tennis star ended her career as Arkansas all-time leader with 107 wins in singles play. She led the Lady Backs to their highest finishes in the SEC, NCAA and ITA rankings, highlighted by a tie for ninth in the nation at the 1998 NCAA Championships. Along with four straight NCAA team bids, Pavildou was the first Lady Backs individual participant at the NCAA singles championship. She made three consecutive NCAA singles appearances and earned the first All-America honors at Arkansas for her impressive run during the 1999 championship. 43. APRIL STEINER BENNETT A women s track and field standout from , Steiner Bennett finished her career as a Razorback with three SEC team titles and the 2003 SEC Pole Vault Individual title (outdoor). The four-time All-American is the former school-record holder (indoor/outdoor pole vault) and was the first in program history to clear 14. In addition to her numerous collegiate accomplishments, Steiner Bennett was a member of Team USA at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing. 44. KIM STOREY One of two Lady Razorback volleyball players named AVCA All-American, Storey led Arkansas to the NCAA Sweet 16 in 1998, the best of four consecutive NCAA appearances. A three-time All-SEC selection, she was firstteam All-SEC in 1998 and voted SEC All-Tournament in 1997 when Arkansas defeated Florida for the overall title. She holds the Arkansas career record for attack percentage (.365). 45. SHELLY WALLACE The only Lady Back to go over 1,000 rebounds in a career, Wallace was one of only two in SWC history. Her career follows Arkansas early rise on the national scene, playing as a freshman on the Lady Backs first NCAA team in She was part of the 1987 NWIT Championship and a senior on the 1988 NCAA team. More than a rebounder, the Kodak All-America honorable mention holds the school record for points in a game with 44 and the most games over 30 points in a career. 46. AMY WRIGHT The all-time record holder for assists in a career (717) and a season (205), Wright finished her career as the first starting point guard to take her team to four consecutive post-season appearances ( , WNIT; , NCAA). As a freshman, Wright guided Arkansas to the 1999 WNIT Championship. Her teams won 77 games, including three 20-win seasons, for one of the most successful four-year periods for Arkansas. Her senior season team set the Arkansas record for the least turnovers in a season. After her playing career, she has become a successful Division I women s basketball assistant coach. 47. TIFFANY WOOLLEY The two-time All-SEC and 2002 SEC/H. Boyd McWhorter Scholar-Athlete of the Year, Woolley was a four-year starter at four different positions for the Lady Razorback softball team, leading Arkansas to NCAA Regional appearances her sophomore and senior seasons. As a senior, she led Arkansas in 12 of 18 statistical categories. Woolley was a two-time CoSIDA Academic All-American. Team MVP as a junior, she was the team Golden Glove as a sophomore and set the Razorbacks mark for consecutive games with a hit as a freshman. A summa cum laude graduate, she was the Walton College of Business top senior graduate in CHRISTIN WURTH-THOMAS A member of the University of Arkansas cross country and women s track and field team from , Wurth-Thomas was a four-time All- American and is the school record holder in the 1,500 meters (outdoor) with her time of 4:10.49 that she set in The 2002 SEC Cross Country Athlete of the Year, Wurth-Thomas was a four-time SEC individual champion (2002 SEC outdoor 1,500 meter, 2002 SEC cross country, 2003 SEC indoor 3,000 meters, 2003 SEC indoor 5,000 meters) and helped lead the Razorbacks to eight SEC team titles during her time in Fayetteville. She was named the 2002 SEC Cross Country Athlete of the Year. In addition to her numerous collegiate accomplishments, Wurth-Thomas was a member of Team USA at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing.

10 UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS SPORTS HALL OF HONOR OFFICIAL BALLOT HERITAGE ERA ALL SPORTS HERITAGE ERA All Sports (Vote for 3) 49. BO BUSBY - Busby lettered for Arkansas from He was a first-team All-Southwest Conference selection in 1975 and a three-time academic all-conference honoree. The safety was also named to Arkansas 1970s All-Decade Team. He won the team s Chism Reed Outstanding Senior for Leadership Award and was recognized as a National Football Foundation Scholar in He recorded 225 tackles in his four seasons.. In his senior season, he registered 24 tackles, 1.0 for loss, a team-high six pass breakups and one fumble recovery. As a junior, he recorded 87 tackles, five pass breakups and two interceptions. After his football career, he earned his medical degree from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences and founded the Cardiovascular Surgery Center of South Arkansas at Jefferson Regional Medical Center in Pine Bluff. Busby also served on the Board of Directors for the Razorback Foundation. 50. JIMMY COLLIER A three-year letterman, Collier was a tight end for the Hogs from Collier won SWC accolades for his play at the offensive end position in 1960 and During the three years that he played under head coach Frank Broyles, the Hogs won or shared the SWC title and finished ranked in the top 10 each season. He went on to play professional football, first with the New York Giants and then with Washington. He played in Gator, Cotton and Sugar Bowls and had a long tenure as assistant coach under Charlie McClendon at LSU. 51. DICK CUNNINGHAM - Part of the 1964 National Championship team and a three-year letter-winner at offensive tackle from Over his three seasons, Arkansas posted a 29-3 record and won the first 21 games of his career. An All-Southwest Conference selection in 1966, Cunningham was named to Arkansas All-Decade team for the 1960s. Cunningham helped the Razorbacks lead the SWC in scoring for three-straight years ( ). In 1965, Arkansas led the SWC in total offense (360.3 yards per game) and rushing offense (226.2 yards per game). The Razorbacks also earned a then-record 34 rushing touchdowns in Cunningham went on to play in the East-Shrine Game before being drafted by the Detroit Lions in the eighth round of the NFL Draft. However, Cunningham decided to play for the Buffalo Bills of the AFL. He played a total of six seasons with the Bills ( ) including two years ( ) in the AFL and four years ( ) with them in the NFL. In 1973, he played for both Houston and Philadelphia in the NFL. 52. BILL DOROTHY Dorothy was a two-year letter winner in for the University of Arkansas baseball team. In his first season with the Razorbacks, Dorothy led the team with 40 hits and a.417 batting average. His batting average during the 1969 season stood atop Arkansas singleseason list for 28 years and now sits at No. 2 all-time. In 1970, Dorothy tied for the team lead with three home runs. During his two-season career in Fayetteville, the Razorbacks totaled a record of (.617). He was a member of the first team coached by legendary head coach Norm DeBriyn in 1970, and after one season of professional baseball with the Chicago Cubs, Dorothy returned to the Razorbacks in 1972 as the team s pitching coach. 53. IVAN JORDAN A three-time All-Southwest Conference selection, Ivan Jordan was a four-year letterman at defensive end for the Razorbacks from He was named to the All-Southwest Conference team in 1973, 1974 and As a senior, he helped Arkansas win 10 games, earn a share of the SWC championship and a trip to the Cotton Bowl. Jordan set the school record with five fumble recoveries in 1974, a mark that is still tied for second in program history. He is a member of the 1970s Arkansas All-Decade team. 54. EWELL LEE A three-year letterman from , Lee was known for a huge first serve and for playing with grace and athleticism. Lee and his wife Nancy Dills Lee have been instrumental in the development of the current tennis program, making a donation to the University for the renovation of the indoor tennis facility along with Jane Dills Morgan. Dills Indoor Stadium was completed in 2002 and named for Robert Bob and Lucile Dills. The project increased

11 HERITAGE ERA ALL SPORTS HERITAGE ERA ALL SPORTS the number of courts from four to six and included a new ceiling and insulation system, 96 new lamps, resurfacing of all courts and six electronic scoreboards. Lee was president of Arkhola and later worked for Merrill Lynch and Citizens Bank and Trust. He is a member of the University s Century Circle, which recognizes former student-athlete lettermen for lifetime giving of $100,000 or more to the University or athletics. 55. CHUCK LIVELY Lettering in football in 1942, 1946 and 1947 and in basketball in 1943, Lively played for John Barnhill s first team that won SWC championship and played in the Cotton Bowl following the 1946 season. He also played in Dixie Bowl following the 1947 campaign and earned All-SWC honors in He was named tackle on the 1940 s All- Decade Team. 56. RICKEY MEDLOCK Known as a pure shooter, Rickey Medlock still stands as the program s all-time leader in free throw percentage at 90.4 percent ( ) playing for the Razorbacks from Medlock played his first two seasons for head coach Lanny Van Eman before closing his career for legendary coach Eddie Sutton. Medlock joined coach Van Eman as a sophomore after scoring a UA freshman team record 57 points against Poteau Junior College on Feb. 5, After making the transition to the varsity as a sophomore, Medlock had a breakout junior season in which he averaged points and 6.2 rebounds. The Cave City, Ark. native opened his junior campaign with a bang, going for 27 points and 12 rebounds at No. 1 UCLA, and later in the year scored a career-high 30 points at SMU. In his one season under Sutton, Medlock averaged 12.9 points and led the NCAA in free throw percentage (.939), highlighted by a program record 48 straight makes at the charity stripe. Medlock was a major part in Arkansas quick turnaround under Sutton, going from 10 wins in to a 17-9 season in that included an 11-3 mark in the Southwest Conference for second place. 57. JAMES MONROE A three-year letterman in football in 1956 and , Monroe quarterbacked the 1959 Hogs to a 9-2 season and a Gator Bowl victory over Georgia Tech. He passed for 202 yards and three touchdowns, rushing for 164 yards and three touchdowns in As a junior, he rushed for 174 yards and threw for 512 yards and three touchdowns, also leading Arkansas to a share of the SWC Championship in DEAN PRYOR - Pryor lettered at Arkansas from and was a team captain as a senior. In 1950, he averaged yards per punt return, collecting 214 yards on 15 returns, the third-best single-season punt average in school history at the time and still 11th on Arkansas single-season list. His career punt return average of yards per return was second in school history when he graduated and still ranks seventh on the school s all-time list. Pryor also competed on the Razorbacks track and field team. He won the decathlon at the Kansas Relays and finished eighth in the event at the 1952 Olympic Trials. Following his Arkansas career, he became a coach and directed the Coffeyville Junior College cross country and track and field teams to national titles in He left Coffeyville for an assistant coach position at Wichita State and later became athletic director at Arkansas State. 59. RAYMOND TRAIL Lettering for the Razorbacks from , Trail was a team captain in his final season. He led Arkansas with four fumble recoveries in 1961 and was a firstteam All-SWC performer in Arkansas won the SWC title in 1960 and 1961 and finished second in The team earned three top 10 finishes and collected 25 wins in that three-year period, including nine in 1962 when the team was ranked sixth in the final Associated Press poll. From , the Hogs appeared in the Cotton Bowl and in the Sugar Bowl twice. 60. BILL TRANUM Tranum lettered for the Razorbacks from During his three seasons at Arkansas, the team won 19 games, and as a senior in 1959, he helped lead the Razorbacks to a SWC co-championship and a final ranking of ninth after a 9-2 campaign that included a 14-7 victory over Georgia Tech in the Gator Bowl. He was the only sophomore to letter in 1957, a year in which he caught eight passes for 90 yards. He was selected by the Dallas Texans in the 1960 AFL Draft.

12 UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS SPORTS HALL OF HONOR OFFICIAL BALLOT POSTHUMOUS ALL SPORTS 61. RICKY TANNENBERGER Tanneberger played for the Razorbacks from A product of Little Rock s Central High School, he played all three seasons for head coach Duddy Waller, including starting his final two seasons at guard or forward. He scored 532 points and earned 306 rebounds as a Razorback. His best season was as a junior when he averaged 9.8 points per game and pulled down 5.4 rebounds per contest. As a senior, he averaged 8.0 points per game and pulled down 3.7 rebounds per game. return in the win over No. 1 Texas. Trantham finished his career as Arkansas all-time school leader with 12 career interceptions and still holds the school record with 300 interception return yards. Nearly 50 years later, his 12 career interceptions still rank tied for third in program history. Trantham was named to the Arkansas All-Decade team for the 1960s as a defensive back and participated in the North-South Shrine Game and Hula Bowl following his senior season. 62. TOMMY TRANTHAM Tommy Trantham was a three-time All-Southwest Conference selection at defensive back for Arkansas from and helped the Razorbacks win the 1965 SWC championship. He intercepted four passes during that 10-1 season in 1965 and had a 77-yard touchdown 63. LEE YODER A track letterman from , Yoder was Arkansas second ever track All-American. He earned the honors in 1952 when he finished second in the 400 meter hurdles at the NCAA outdoor meet. POSTHUMOUS All Sports (Vote for 2) pass breakups. He played for the Chicago Bears in 1999, appearing in two games, and spent time as a member of the XFL s Orlando Rage. 65. DARREL AKERFELDS Akerfelds played for the Razorbacks in 1981 and 1982, pitching in 14 games including 12 starts and had a 5-5 record with a 5.81 ERA in He tossed three complete games in 1981 and struck out 57 batters in 74.1 innings. In 1982, he had a 5-4 record with a 3.36 ERA in 12 appearances, including 11 starts. He led the Razorbacks with 76 strikeouts in 75 innings. He was drafted with the seventh overall pick by the Seattle Mariners in the 1983 MLB Draft, and he spent five seasons playing professionally. Following his retirement as a player, he served as the bullpen coach for the San Diego Padres for 11 seasons. 66. JAMES CATHCART Lettering in basketball from , Cathcart played for two SWC championship teams and the 1949 NCAA Final Four squad. He earned All-SWC honors in 1950 and was a successful coach at Little Rock Central High School. 64. KEN ANDERSON Anderson lettered for the Razorbacks from and was elected team captain as a senior in He was the recipient of the Gordon Campbell Senior Spirit Award in 1997, a season in which he tied for fourth on the team with 6.0 tackles for loss. During his time at Arkansas, the Razorbacks won 20 games, including the 1995 SEC Western Division title. The defensive end from Shreveport, La., collected 98 career tackles, seven for loss, and had two 67. KAY EAKIN A football letterman , Eakin was AllSWC in 1939 and the only Razorback ever to lead the nation in passing. In 1939, he passed for 962 yards, the top in the nation. He led the SWC in total offense in 1939 with 1,344 yards and punted for the New York Giants from , averaging 45.3 yards per punt. 68. AUBREY FOWLER Fowler lettered in football in , playing tailback and punting for John Barnhill s first two teams at Arkansas. He punted 64 times in 1946 and 53 times in 1947 before being drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles in the 1948 draft.

13 POSTHUMOUS ALL SPORTS POSTHUMOUS ALL SPORTS 69. BOB GRIFFIN Griffin lettered in football from and was named All-SWC center in One of first Razorbacks ever to play in Senior Bowl, he was a member the 1950 s All- Decade Team. He was a second round draft pick by the Los Angeles Rams. 70. JOHN HOFFMAN Lettering in football in 1945 and 1946, Hoffman is best remembered for his 32-yard interception return for a touchdown that led the Hogs to defeat Rice University and secure a spot in the Cotton Bowl in He played in the NFL for the Chicago Bears from He rushed for 1,377 yards and had 1,870 in receptions for an average of 13.8 yards per reception. 71. LARRY JACKSON - A two-time All-Southwest Conference selection in 1977 and 1978, Jackson was a three-year letterwinner at linebacker. Over his three years on the field, Arkansas compiled a record. Jackson registered 309 tackles over his career to currently rank 12th all-time in program history, highlighted by a team-best 123 stops in 1977 to help lead the Razorbacks to a 11-1 record and a 31-6 win over No. 2 Oklahoma in the 1978 Sugar Bowl. For his efforts in 1977, Jackson was named the ABC-TV Chevrolet Player of the Year. During the 1978 season, as a co-captain, Jackson helped lead Arkansas to a mark and a Fiesta Bowl appearance while leading the Razorbacks in tackles for the second straight year with 102 stops. Jackson was named to Arkansas All-Decade team for the 1970s following his career. 72. BRUCE JENKINS Jenkins was a two-year letterman for the Razorbacks in 1980 and He earned All-SWC honors in 1981 and participated in 44 rounds during his two years for a career stroke average of Jenkins led the Razorbacks in stroke average each of his two seasons and posted a low tournament score of 213 at the Border Olympics in Laredo, Tex. in HAL MCAFEE McAfee was a first-team All-SWC performer in 1975, lettering from As a team captain in 1975, he helped lead the Razorbacks to a 10-2 overall record and the SWC co-championship. The 1975 team was ranked seventh in the final Associated Press poll after defeating Georgia in the Cotton Bowl, where he was named the game s Defensive MVP. He was later named to the Cotton Bowl Classic Hall of Heroes and the All-Time Cotton Bowl Classic Team by the Houston Chronicle. 74. TOM OAKLEY Oakley lettered in track He won the SWC outdoor two-mile title in 1958 with a time of 9:31 and was one of just seven Razorbacks to win a SWC individual title during the 1950 s. 75. RAYMOND PETERS A gridiron standout for the Razorbacks and Coach John Barnhill, Peters was a two-year letterman in He was named to the Razorbacks All-Decade Team for the 1940 s as a tackle and went on to become the athletic director for Little Rock Public Schools and the first football coach at Little Rock Hall, where he led the team to the 1959 state championship. He coached at North Little Rock and Little Rock Central, compiling an overall record of He was inducted into the Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame in TOM PICKELL A three-time first-team All-SWC selection, Pickell was an All-American in 1929 as selected by College Humor magazine. His team won three SWC titles, going 14-2 overall and 8-2 in the league in 1927, 19-1 and 12-0 in 1928, and 19-1 and 11-1 in He led the Hogs to a combined 52-4 record and competed in cross country and track and field. He was inducted into the Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame in DANNY RHODES Rhodes was a two-time first-team All-SWC selection, having earned the recognition in 1971 and again in 1973, and was named to the Arkansas All-Decade Team for the 1970s. He lettered from and was a team captain his senior season, with 128 tackles in 1973, the seventhhighest single-season total in school history at the time. He appeared in three all-star games and was taken in the sixth round of the 1974 NFL Draft by the Baltimore Colts, appearing in 14 games during his only NFL season. 78. JON RIDDLEHOOVER A letterman from as a defensive tackle, Riddlehoover was a first-team All-SWC selection in 1973 when he led the team with 129 tackles. He had 107 tackles in 1974 when he was awarded the Chism Reed Outstanding Senior for Leadership Award. The Texas native was heavily recruited by Texas, Texas A & M and others. 79. WAYLAND ROBERTS Roberts lettered in as an offensive guard. During his three years, the Razorbacks averaged yards rushing in 1953, in 1954 and in The Hogs were 3-7 in 1953, 8-3 and ranked No. 8 in 1954, and in BRAD SCOTT Scott lettered from and was an All-SWC lineman in A member of the 1920 s All-Decade Team, he later served as an assistant coach at Arkansas and was named a member of the Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame.

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