The CBU Athletic Hall of Fame has announced its Class of 2013, which will be inducted as part of Homecoming weekend at the Hall of Fame Banquet on February 15, at 6:00 p.m. in Alfonso Dining Hall.
- Larry Barton starred in baseball from 1984 to 1986, setting school records for stolen bases in the process. For his career, he hit .362 with 187 hits, 174 runs, 128 stolen bases, 121 walks, and 93 runs batted in. He ranks first in school history in career stolen bases and triples (nine), second in walks, third in on base percentage (.488) and runs, and fifth in batting average. He also holds single-season records with 69 runs as a senior and 48 stolen bases as a sophomore.
- Richard Bute was CBU’s men’s soccer coach from the program’s inaugural season in 1985 through 1996. He compiled a 112-109-6 record and still ranks as CBU’s all-time win leader in soccer. He led CBU to a 16-5-1 record in 1988, still the most wins in a season in school history, and he led CBU to three straight TCAC championships from 1992 to 1994.
- Jana Jones starred in basketball from 1978 to 1982, leading the Lady Bucs to three straight winning seasons and an overall 61-40 record in her four years. Statistics from her era are incomplete, but she ranks second in school history with 310 assists and scored 734 points in the three seasons for which her scoring statistics are available.
- Jim Killeen starred for the Bucs on the basketball court from 1981 to 1985. He scored 1,639 points, good for ninth in school history, to go with 566 rebounds, 239 assists, and 73 steals. He led CBU to three straight winning records, including a 25-10 mark and the VSAC championship as a senior. The 25 wins are still tied for the most in a season in school history.
- Patricia Plunk starred in basketball from 1980 to 1984. She scored 1,175 points with 293 rebounds and 217 assists. She ranks fourth in school history in points per game, ninth in total points, and 12th in assists. All four of her teams posted winning records, including a 23-3 record and the VSAC West crown as a junior.
- Tom Turner starred in baseball from 1977 to 1980. He posted a 23-20 record with 253 strikeouts in 347 innings pitched. He ranks first in school history in career wins, complete games (29), innings pitched, and shutouts (3) and ranks second in strikeouts.
Tickets for the Hall of Fame banquet are $40 each, and a table of eight is $320. Register online to attend >>>