All-Finch Fieldhouse and All-Rose Arena Teams -- Player Capsules

All-Finch Fieldhouse Team

Barry Alexia, men's track and field
1996 CMU Hall of Fame inductee ... All-American in 1978 in the 400m hurdles ... ranked as high as sixth in the nation and 15th in the world in the 400m hurdles ... undefeated in outdoor dual meet competition in both the 110m and 400m hurdles for three seasons ... qualified for the Olympic Trials in 1980 in both the 110m and 400m hurdles.

Walter Beach, men’s track and field
1985 CMU Hall of Fame inductee ... ran the 100m dash in a school-record tying 9.7 seconds ... standout performer on the football team ... set six football school records during four seasons on the gridiron ... earned NAIA All-America honors twice in football ... spent eight seasons in the NFL.

John Berends, men's basketball
1996 CMU Hall of Fame inductee ... first team Academic All-American in 1967 ... led the Chippewas to three straight NAIA tournaments ... team was 65-16 in his three varsity seasons ... first team All-IIAC selection in 1967 and second team in 1966 ... led his team to two first round NAIA victories in 1966 and 1967.

Paul Botts, men's basketball
1999 CMU Hall of Fame inductee ... his 1,278 points still ranks ninth on the CMU career list ... led Central to the NCAA Tournament twice ... drafted by the Detroit Pistons in 1971 ... two-time CMU team MVP ... first team IIAC choice in 1970 and second team all-district ... first team all-district in 1971 and led CMU in scoring for a third straight season ... earned All-America honors as a senior.

Mike Burns, men’s track
NCAA qualifier in the 1000 yard run and school record holder.

Jeff Drenth, men's track and field
1997 CMU Hall of Fame inductee ... two-time MAC cross country champion ... led CMU to a MAC title in 1982 with a first-place finish in cross country and then won the individual crown again the following year, breaking his own championship record time ... two-time NCAA Championship qualifier ... earned All-America honors in 1984 ... represented the United States in a meet with Russia and Japan in 1985, where he finished second.

Don Edwards, men's basketball
1984 CMU Hall of Fame inductee ... established single season (556) and career scoring (1,402) records and is still the fifth-leading scorer and fourth-leading rebounder in program history ... led CMU to two IIAC championships and two postseason tournaments ... twice named team MVP ... set 24 program records during his senior campaign.

Carol (Flynn) Henson, women’s basketball
Standout player in the mid-1970s.

Mary (Flynn) Starnes, women’s basketball
Standout player in the mid 1970s.

Willie Iverson, men's basketball
1992 CMU Hall of Fame inductee ... helped the Chippewas to records of 23-6 and 23-3 while averaging 13.6 and 15.0 points per game in 1966 and 1967 ... named second team little All-American in 1967 ... in his senior season, set school records for assists in a season (129) and career (329) ... ranks among career leaders in scoring and assists despite playing just three seasons.

Barry Jacobsen, men’s track and field
1989 CMU Hall of Fame inductee ... twice won IIAC low hurdles title ... once tied the national indoor record of 6.8 seconds in low hurdles ... was also an exceptional javelin thrower and a member of Central’s nationally-recognized mile relay team ... won the Michigan AAU decathlon title ... set six different indoor and outdoor CMU records.

Rob Johnson, men's track and field
2003 CMU Hall of Fame inductee ... finished sixth in the nation in the shot put to earn All-America honors in 1969 ... led the Chippewas to an IIAC championship in 1969 ... captured indoor and outdoor conference shot put crown in 1969 ... also finished second in the discus in 1969.

Dick Kackmeister, men's basketball
1989 CMU Hall of Fame inductee ... two-sport standout in football and basketball ... three time All-IIAC selection ... first CMU player to score 1,000 points ... first known CMU professional draftee, selected in the 20th round of the 1956 NFL Draft ... second team football All-American in 1953 ... named to CMU’s all-time greatest team in 1969.

Karen (Karner) Michalak, track and field and women's basketball
1988 CMU Hall of Fame inductee ... three sport standout was the first woman inducted into CMU Hall of Fame ... lettered three times in basketball, field hockey and track ... played in three national tournaments and finished with 32 career goals and 17 assists in field hockey ... basketball team's second leading scorer in 1975-76 ... member of the 1978 U.S. Field Hockey team.

Ben Kelso, men's basketball
1986 CMU Hall of Fame inductee ... fourth-leading scorer all-time in CMU history ... 22.3 points/game is still tops in Chippewa history ... 49 points against Marshall is the third most in a single game in school history ... led the MAC in scoring in 1973 with a 23.8 average, earning first team All-MAC honors.

John Koren, wrestling
1991 CMU Hall of Fame inductee ... three time IIAC wrestling champion who was undefeated in dual meets his final three seasons, including 32 straight wins ... four-time letterwinner ... CMU MVP in 1963 and 1965 ... career dual meet mark of 47-2 ... earned IIAC medal in 1965 for academics and athletics.

Gary Lee, men's basketball

2005 CMU Hall of Fame inductee ... three-time team MVP ... one of four Chippewas to lead the team in scoring three times in his career ... named All-NAIA in Michigan three times ... 1,173 career points ranks 18th in CMU history ... earned second team All-IIAC honors as a senior.

John Matthews, wrestling
1984 Hall of Fame inductee ... member of the 1976 and 1980 United States Olympic teams ... team co-MVP in 1973 ... team MVP and MAC Champion at 158 pounds in 1974 ... claimed AAU championships in 1976, ’78, ’79, and ’80 ... ranked No. 1 in Greco-Roman in the United States in 1976.

Gina Mazzolini, women's basketball and volleyball
1992 CMU Hall of Fame inductee ... ranks among volleyball program leaders in career blocks ... led Central to its first volleyball state title in 1976-77 with a record of 42-9 ... finished her career among the women’s basketball program’s leaders in scoring, rebounding and scoring average.

Tom Minkel, wrestling
1985 CMU Hall of Fame inductee ... three-time All-American ... compiled a 36-0 record in dual meets at CMU ... won IIAC championships in 1969 and ’70 ... CMU’s first recipient of the NCAA post-graduate scholarship in 1971 ... won three amateur championships in Greco-Roman wrestling and made the 1980 U.S. Olympic wrestling team.

Pete Miskov, men's track and field
1995 CMU Hall of Fame inductee ... led CMU in scoring four straight seasons ... scored more points in IIAC history than any athlete except CMU Hall of Famer Jim Podoley and Olympic standout Hayes Jones ... won the Olds Trophy as the IIAC MVP three of his four years in the outdoor season ... won nine conference titles in throwing events.

Dave Myers, men's track and field
1999 CMU Hall of Fame inductee ... owned the CMU outdoor mark in the 400m (46.74) and the 300m (30.9) in 1960 ... qualified for the 1960 Olympic Trials in the 400m ... ran legs on CMU’s 4x400m relay champion units at the Kansas and Drake Relays in 1959-60.

Dave Nelson, men's basketball
2004 CMU Hall of Fame inductee ... earned four letters in men’s basketball ... one of just four players in CMU history with 1,000 points and 900 rebounds ... first team All-IIAC and team MVP in 1964 ... led squad to IIAC title in 1964 ... ranks 11th in career scoring and second in career boards.

Jim Nesbitt, men's track and field
2001 CMU Hall of Fame inductee ... twice an NAIA All-American and set the NAIA indoor record in winning the 880-yard run in 1968 ... finished sixth in the NCAA college outdoor championships in the 400m in 1968 ... won five IIAC championships and ran in the prestigious Miami Orange Bowl Invitational where he won the 440-yard dash and took second in the 220-yard dash.

Dick Parfitt, men’s basketball
Led the Chippewas in scoring two years and was named team MVP once ... earned the national free throw shooting champion title as a senior ... averaged 10.2 points in 1951-52 and 16.5 points in 1952-53 ... named team MVP in 1952 ... coached CMU's men's basketball team from 1972-85, compiling a 193-179 record.

John Parfitt, men's basketball
2000 CMU Hall of Fame inductee ... four year letterwinner in both basketball and baseball ... led CMU to a 60-15 record in basketball during his career ... led the team in scoring twice ... three year starter at shortstop in baseball ... earned CMU’s prestigious Robert Carlson Memorial Award as the top scholar-athlete in 1950 and was one of four seniors to receive the Chippewa Award ... named team MVP in 1950.

Bruno Pauletto, men's track and field
1990 CMU Hall of Fame inductee ... NCAA indoor shot put champion in 1978 and NCAA runner-up outdoors in 1978 ... three-time All-American ... three-time MAC Champion ... named Most Outstanding Performer at 1978 MAC meet ... also won the 1977 MAC discus crown.

Jim Podoley, men’s track and field
1984 CMU Hall of Fame inductee ... averaged 21.4 points per meet in his four-year track career ... named CMU track MVP all four years of his career ... held five different CMU track records at one time ... superb two-sport standout who played five years in the NFL after scoring 51 touchdowns at Central ... led the football team to a 32-4-1 record during his career.

Steve Pung, men’s swimming
Three-time All-American in 1968-69 in the 50-yard breaststroke, the 200-yard breaststroke and the medley.

Rod Rapp, wrestling
2000 CMU Hall of Fame inductee ... two-time All-American ... finished third in the national finals in 1963 and fifth in 1965 ... IIAC champion and IIAC Outstanding Wrestler in 1964 ... finished with 123 career points ... also lettered twice in track.

John Rollins, wrestling
Two-time NAIA national champion at 137 pounds ... three-time All-American ... program’s first All-American in 1959 ... two-time team MVP.

Marie Tuite, women's basketball
1990 CMU Hall of Fame inductee ... one of the first standout female athletes at CMU ... earned four letters in both field hockey and basketball ... top scorer on the basketball team from 1972-74 ... also served as a head women’s basketball coach at Alma for five seasons and as an assistant athletics director at California-Berkeley.

Ed VanderHeuvel, men’s track and field
1987 CMU Hall of Fame inductee ... held school records in the 880-yard run, the mile and two mile outdoors and the mile indoors ... finished second in the 1958 NCAA cross country finals and was the IIAC cross country champ in 1958 ... won the NAIA national title in 1958 ... All-American in track and cross country in 1958.

Sheila (Wallace) Kovalchik, women's basketball and volleyball
1996 CMU Hall of Fame inductee ... four-year letterwinner in volleyball and two-year competitor in women’s basketball.

Mike Winsor, men's track and field
1993 CMU Hall of Fame inductee ... one of CMU’s premier high jumpers in school history ... All-American in 1976, finishing second at the NCAA Championships ... three-time MAC Champion ... qualified for Olympic Trials in 1976 and 1980 ... held both the indoor (7-3.75) and outdoor (7-5) school records.


All-Rose Arena Team

Jody (Beerman) Kelley, women's basketball
1997 CMU Hall of Fame inductee ... ranks third in career scoring and still holds the CMU single-season scoring mark with 582 points in 1986-87 ... first in career made free throws and free throw percentage, third in field goal percentage and steals, sixth in made field goals ... also holds single-season program marks in scoring average (20.8), field goal percentage (.591), free throw percentage (.905) and free throws (174) ... led her team to a four-year record of 81-35 with two MAC championships ... first team GTE-CoSIDA Academic All-American in 1987 and honorable mention pick in 1967 ... honorable mention Freshman All-American ... three time academic All-MAC and three-time All-MAC honoree.

Sara Burtinsky, gymnastics
Five-time MAC champion ... titles include the 2004 and ’05 All-Around, the 2004 and ’05 bars and the 2004 beam ... two-time All-MAC selection (2004, ’05) ... 2004 NCAA Regional champion on the bars ... 2004 NCAA national qualifier ... 2005 MAC Senior Gymnast of the Year ... 2002 NACGC Scholar-Athlete selection ... 10 scores of 9.900 or better on the all-around, the vault, including a 9.975 on the beam at the 2004 MAC Championships.

LaTanga (Cox) Christmas, women’s basketball
Named first team All-MAC in 1986 ... also earned honorable mention All-MAC accolades in 1984 and ’85 ... named to the All-MAC Tournament team in 1984, along with the tournament’s MVP award ... ranks sixth among scorers in program history with 1,373 points ... 11.73 scoring average ranks ninth ... also among the program’s best in field goal percentage (second), field goals made (fifth), free throws made (fourth), rebounds (second), rebounding average (third) and blocked shots (third) ... one of only two players in program history with at least 1,000 points and 1,000 rebounds.

Casey Cunningham, wrestling
1999 national champion at 157 pounds ... three-time MAC Champion ... named Outstanding MAC Meet Wrestler in 1999 and MAC Wrestler of the Year in 1998 and ’99 ... also honored as MAC Freshman of the Year in 1996 ... named Chick Sherwood CMU MVP all four years of his career ... program’s all-time winning percentage leader at .876 (134-19) ... also the CMU record holder in wins (134) and single-season winning percentage (.971, 34-1) ... led Central to two MAC Tournament wins ... ranks sixth all-time in pins (31) ... three-time Academic All-MAC selection ... four-time NWCA All-Academic honoree.

Ryan Cunningham, wrestling
Three-time All-American, capped by a third-place finish at the NCAA Championship meet as a senior ... three-time MAC Champion ... named 2000 MAC Meet Outstanding Wrestler and MAC Wrestler of the Year ... named Chick Sherwood CMU MVP as a senior in 2000 ... guided Central to three MAC titles ...eighth in program history in winning percentage (.776, 104-30) ... also ranks among the top-10 in wins (ninth) and pins (10th).

Jeff Diekema, swimming
1992 CMU Hall of Fame inductee ... Central’s top scorer and team’s outstanding swimmer all four years of his career ... held the school record in the 100m, 200m, 500m, 1,000m and 1,650m freestyle events, and swam legs on record-setting relays in the 400m medley, 400m and 800m free events ... qualified for the NCAA championship three times after winning 10 MAC crowns ... won the 500 and 1,650 MAC titles four straight years ... three-time MAC Outstanding Swimmer of the Year.

Leonard Drake, men's basketball
2007 CMU Hall of Fame inductee ... key component of CMU’s first two MAC championship teams ... second team All-MAC selection in 1977 ... ranks seventh in career scoring with 1,338 ... career free throw percentage of .807 ranks seventh among CMU annals ... ranks sixth in career steals (126) ... made two free throws with no time on the clock in CMU’s 77-75 NCAA Tournament first round victory over Georgetown in 1975 ... led the Chippewas in scoring in two seasons.

Dave Grauzer, men's basketball
2002 CMU Hall of Fame inductee ... led his team to two MAC titles (1976-77, 1978-79) ... reached the 1977 NCAA Tournament and the 1979 NIT Tournament ... CMU went 53-29 during his three-year career ... All-MAC first team selection and team captain in 1979 ... owns the top two single-season assist totals and the top two single-season steal marks ... drafted by the Detroit Pistons.

Mike Greenfield, wrestling
Two-time All-American in 1998 and ’99 ... three-time MAC champion ... two helped CMU to two MAC titles in his career ... ranks eighth in program history in wins (108) ... finished career with a 108-39 career record.

John Hartupee, wrestling
1997 CMU Hall of Fame inductee ... reached the NCAA Championship match at 118 pounds in 1981, earning All-America honors ... won MAC titles in 1979 and ’81 ... also named team MVP and captain in 1981 ... career record of 93-25-4 ... two-time national AAU Greco-Roman champion ... member of a touring national team that traveled to Egypt, Hungary and France ... won the world championship for wrestlers 35 and older in 1993.

Angie (Henderson) Montroy, volleyball
2007 CMU Hall of Fame inductee ... earned All-MAC honors three times, including first team accolades in 1984 and ’85 ... currently holds the MAC and CMU records for career total blocks (651) and block assists (503) ... also holds the CMU record and ranks second in MAC history for career service aces (220) ... currently ranks fifth in CMU career kills (1,288) and second in block solos (148) ... 57 solo blocks in 1985 is a CMU single-season record.

Joanne Hoskins, volleyball
1994 CMU Hall of Fame inductee ... four-year letterwinner in volleyball ... two-time first team All-MAC selection ... 1,618 career kills still ranks second and 138 career aces third ... program leader in solo blocks (155) while ranking second in block assists (437) and total blocks (592) ... owns three of the top four single-season marks for solo blocks as well as the top two in block assists and total blocks ... also posted the top two single-season hitting percentages in CMU history.

Chris Kaman, men’s basketball
2003 MAC Player of the Year, MAC Defensive Player of the Year and 2003 MAC Tournament MVP ... first team All-MAC selection in 2003 ... drafted sixth overall in the 2003 NBA Draft by the Los Angeles Clippers ... selection was the third-highest for a MAC player in league history ... was the first MAC basketball player to be drafted as an underclassman ... finished his career 12th on the CMU scoring list with 1,250 points ... also ranks among the program leaders in field goal percentage (first, .608), rebounds (seventh, 707) and blocked shots (second, 182) ... 694 points in 2002-03 were the second most in a single season in CMU history.

Ervin Leavy, men’s basketball
1987 first team All-MAC selection ... also selected to the 1987 All-MAC Tournament squad ... earned second team All-MAC laurels in 1986 ... 25th on the CMU all-time scoring list with 1,003 points ... career scoring average of 17.6 ranks fourth in program history.

Nikki Liphardt, gymnastics
Three-time MAC champion ... titles include the 1999 floor and the 2000 bars and floor ... qualified for the NCAA Championships in 2000 ... NCAA Central Region floor champion in 2000 ... two-time All-MAC selection ... 2002 Senior MAC Gymnast of the Year ... two-time MAC floor champion ... 2000 MAC bars champion ... led Central to two undefeated MAC seasons and two MAC Tournament titles ... earned a 9.975 rating three times on the floor, the last coming at the 1999 MAC Championships ... twice posted a 9.900 on the bars ... 1998 Academic All-MAC selection and two-time MAC Honor Roll honoree ... two-time NACGC Scholar-Athlete Team selection.

Dan Majerle, men's basketball
1998 CMU Hall of Fame inductee ... only three-time first team All-MAC selection in school history ... played on the 1988 U.S. Olympic team ... played 10 seasons in the NBA ... CMU’s second-leading scorer in program history with 2,055 points and sixth in field goal percentage at .536 ... 759 points scored in 1987-88 is a single-season program record ... also among the program leaders in steals and blocks.

James McElroy, men's basketball
1989 CMU Hall of Fame inductee ... led CMU to its first MAC title in 1975 ... earned second team All-MAC honors as a junior and first team accolades as a senior ... career scoring average of 17.3 ... drafted in the third round by the New Orleans Jazz in 1975 ... played eight seasons in the NBA.

Melvin McLaughlin, men's basketball
1993 CMU Hall of Fame inductee ... ended his career as the program’s leading scorer with 2,071 points, a mark that still stands ... MAC Player of the Year in 1982 ... two-time first team All-MAC honoree ... career free throw percentage of .775 ... among career leaders in steals (196) and assists (288).

Jason Mester, wrestling
Two-time All-American at 141 pounds ... three-time MAC champion ... 2001 MAC Freshman of the Year and 2004 MAC Wrestler of the Year ... three-time recipient of the Chick Sherwood CMU MVP Award ... named to the 2002 MAC Academic Honor Roll ... his .806 career winning percentage ranks fourth in program history ... went 26-3 (.897) in 2002-03 and 33-4 (.891) in 2003-04 for two of the top-10 single-season winning percentages in CMU history.

Wynn Michalak, wrestling
CoSIDA/ESPN the Magazine second team Academic All-American in 2008 ... three-time All-American on the mat, including a national championship runner-up finish in 2008 ... four-time MAC champion and three-time MAC Wrestler of the Year ... won at least 30 matches in each of his four seasons and finished with a career record of 128-24 with 50 pins ... four-time Academic All-MAC selection ... four-time NWCA All-Academic honoree ... helped CMU to four regular season MAC titles and four MAC Tournament titles

Jeff Mills, wrestling
2003 CMU Hall of Fame inductee ... 1986 All-American ... team MVP twice and captain once ... helped guide Central to its first MAC championship in 1986 ... won MAC individual titles in 1985 and 1986 ... finished with 132 career wins and a winning percentage of .793 ... went 45-5 at 150 pounds in 1985-86.

Sue Nissen, women's basketball
2001 CMU Hall of Fame inductee ... freshman All-American in 1987-88 ... first team All-MAC three times and second team once ... three-time Academic All-MAC honoree ... second team Academic All-American in 1989 and third team in 1990 ... received an NCAA Post-Graduate scholarship in 1991 ... holds career scoring mark with 1,938 points, the field goals mark with 726 and the three-point field goal percentage mark at .400.

Sylvia (Odum) Matthews, women's basketball
2006 CMU Hall of Fame inductee ... led Central to a pair of MAC championships in 1984 and ’85 ... first team All-MAC pick in 1984 and second team selection in 1985 ... still ranks ninth in career scoring (1,215), seventh in field goals (498), fourth in assists (335) and second in steals (292) ... holds the single-season program mark for field goals with 209 in 1983-84.

Terri (Phillion) Dulude, volleyball
2001 CMU Hall of Fame inductee ... first female to receive an athletic scholarship from CMU ... earned All-MAC honors all four years of her career ... named MVP of the MAC Tournament as a freshman ... led the Chippewas to a four-year record of 171-44-10, including a 54-14 mark in 1981 ... helped Central to two state titles and a second place finish in the MAC in 1982 ... still ranks among the program leaders in kills and total blocks ... 494 kills ranks fourth on the single-season list.

Ben Poquette, men's basketball
1987 CMU Hall of Fame inductee ... first team all-MAC pick in 1977 ... led Central in rebounding twice, leading the Chippewas to two MAC titles ... spent 10 seasons in the NBA ... holds CMU’s school record in career blocks ... currently ranks sixth in career rebounds and 19th in career scoring.

Kara (Reighard) Schuette, gymnastics
Five-time MAC champion ... two titles apiece in the all-around (2002, ’03) and the vault (2003, ’04) and one in the floor (2003) ... three-time All-MAC choice ... 2005 MAC Gymnast of the Year and 2002 MAC Freshman of the Year ... 2004 NCAA Regional qualifier and 2003 NCAA Championships qualifier ... led CMU to two MAC meet championships and two runner-up finishes ... posted five scores of 39.00 or better on the all-around and 12 scores of 9.900 or better on the vault, bars, beam and floor ... posted two perfect 10.00 scores on the floor ... two-time Academic All-MAC choice ... 2004 Bill Boyden Award winner ... four-time NACGC Scholar-Athlete honoree.

Julie (Roberts) Decker, women's basketball and volleyball
1991 CMU Hall of Fame inductee ... two-sport standout earning four letters in basketball and three in volleyball ... first team All-MAC in 1981 ... still among career leaders in career blocks per game, hitting percentage and kills in volleyball ... program’s all-time leading rebounder with 1,089 caroms ... also the program’s leader with 296 steals ... No. 12 on the women’s basketball all-time scoring list ... ranks fifth in all-time made free throws ... 60 blocked shots rank seventh all-time.

Shelby Root, gymnastics
2005 CMU Hall of Fame inductee ... won the floor and all-around title in 1990 to lead CMU to its first MAC title ... All-MAC selection three times from 1988-90 ... CMU’s first NCAA regional qualifier ... honorable mention Academic All-MAC.

Dan Roundfield, men's basketball
1985 CMU Hall of Fame inductee ... two time All-MAC honoree and 1974-75 MAC Player of the Year ... holds the CMU records for total rebounds, rebounding average, season average and single-game ... only Chippewa to register 1,000-plus rebounds despite only playing three seasons ... played in both the ABA and NBA ... three-time NBA All-Star ... No. 33 was retired at CMU in 1977.

Carla (Sterk) Fles, women's basketball
2004 CMU Hall of Fame inductee ... earned four letters in women’s basketball ... first team All-MAC twice and a second team selection one time ... freshman All-MAC selection ... twice earned MAC All-Tournament honors ... career leader in blocks with 104 and second in total points with 1,539 ... ranks second in scoring average, third in career field goals, fourth in free throw percentage and fifth in rebounding average.

Rose (Trahan) Cipriano, women’s swimming
1979 and ’80 national championship qualifier ... won the 50-yard and 100-yard freestyle MAIAW and AIAW championships as a freshman in 1979 ... won the 50-yard, 100-yard and 200-yard MAIA titles in 1980 ... also won the 50-yard AIAW title in ’80 and anchored three championship relay teams ... helped Central win the 1980 regional title.

Jeff Tropf, men's basketball
2008 CMU Hall of Fame inductee ... first team All-MAC selection in 1978 and honorable mention in 1979 ... finished second in the MAC Player of the Year voting in 1978 ... led the MAC in rebounding in 1978 with 11.1 rebounds per game ... career field goal percentage of .549 is fourth on CMU career list ... currently ranks eighth in school history with 645 career rebounds and his 9.6 boards per game average ranks sixth ... named team MVP in 1978 ... seventh-round selection in the 1979 NBA Draft by the Portland Trailblazers.

Giordan Watson, men’s basketball
Earned first team All-MAC honors as a junior, second team as a senior and honorable mention as a sophomore ... named to the 2007 All-MAC Tournament team ... finished his career fourth on the all-time scoring list with 1,763 tallies ... 199 career treys is tops in school history, as is his 203 career steals and 489 assists ... career free throw percentage of .788 ranks 10th ... owns three of the top-10 single season steal totals in school history, including 58 as a senior (third).

David Webber, men’s basketball
2001 MAC Player of the Year ... first team All-MAC choice in 2001 and honorable mention All-MAC in 2000 and ’02 ... third on the CMU all-time scoring list with 1,774 points ... scoring average of 16.3 is 10th best in school history ... also ranks among the program’s elite in three pointers attempted (first, 565) and three pointers made (third, 183) ... scored a Rose Arena record 51 points against Ball State on Feb. 24, 2000, the second-most overall in a single game in CMU history.

Betsy Yonkman, women's basketball
2007 CMU Hall of Fame inductee ... first team All-MAC selection in 1985 and ’86 ... is one of only three multiple first team All-MAC honorees in school history ... helped lead team to MAC titles in 1984 and ’85 and MAC Tournament titles in 1983 and ’84 ... helped the Chippewas to the best season in school history, a 27-3 record in 1984 ... team also went 18-0 in the MAC in 1984 ... currently ranks fourth in career scoring (1,495) and 10th in career rebounds (734).

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