NC State Athletic Hall of Fame - Class of 2014
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About the NC State Athletic Hall of Fame
2012 NC State Athletic Hall of Fame Class
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- ACC's first three-time first-team All-ACC selection (1965-67)
- NC State's first consensus All-American (1967)
- Two-time All-American (1966-67)
- No. 77 jersey retired (2001)
- College Football Hall of Fame (2010)
- North Carolina Sports Hall of Fame (2007)
- ACC 50th Anniversary Football Team (2003)
- Had seven sacks (unofficially) as a sophomore against Duke in 1965.
- His pass rushing abilities helped the Wolfpack set a school record at the time with 23 interceptions, 20 of which were in the team's last five games.
- In 1967, NC State reached its highest ranking ever (No. 3), on the backs of its famous "White Shoes" defense.
- No defensive records kept during his playing career.
- 1965 ACC Co-Champions
- ACC Runners-up (1966, 1967)
- 1967 Liberty Bowl Champions
- Only Wolfpack defensive player to have his number (77) retired.
- Played on NC State's first postseason bowl championship team (1967).
- Leader of the 1967 "White Shoes" defense.
- First-round draft pick of AFL's Boston Patriots in 1968.
- Professional career derailed by knee injury suffered at NC State.
- Became a high school football coach and biology teacher following his football career
- Born: Aug. 31, 1956; Died: July 23, 2010.
Richard 'Dick' Dickey
Men's Basketball, 1946-50
- Only four-time first-team all-conference player in school history (All-Southern Conference, 1947, `48, `49, `50)
- One of three three-time All-American players in program history.
- Inaugural Dixie Classic MVP (1949)
- All-NCAA Finals team, All-NCAA East Region team (1950)
- Four-time All-Southern Conference Tournament selection (three first-team, one second-team)
- Alumni Athletic Trophy winner (1950)
- Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame (2005)
- NC State honored jersey (No. 70)
- All-time leading scorer (1950-51) with 1,644 points.
- Currently ranks eighth on career scoring list.
- First NC State player to score 1,000 career points.
- Ranks fifth in career free throws made with 462, third with 710 attempted.
- Four consecutive Southern Conference championships
- NC State's first Final Four team (1950)
- NCAA third-place finish (1950)
- Native of Alexandria, Ind.
- Arrived in fall of 1946 with Everett Case, straight from Iowa Pre-Flight Training School, where he played during WWII.
- Introduced the running one-handed jumpshot to Southern basketball.
- First NC State player ever taken in the NBA draft, Dickey was selected by the Baltimore Bullets in 1960.
- Helped former roommate Norm Sloan recruit players during the 1960s and `70s.
- Born: Oct. 26, 1926 in Rigdon, Ind.; Died: July 3, 2006.
Baseball coach, 1967-87; Men's Basketball assistant coach 1969-78
- North Carolina Sports Hall of Fame (2012)
- NC State Baseball Hall of Fame (2009)
- Chicago Area High School Sports Hall of Fame
- Two-time ACC Coach of the Year (1984, `86)
- Compiled a career record of 513-253-4
- Second in career victories at NC State
- 1968 ACC regular-season champions
- 1968 NCAA District III champions and College World Series participant
- Three-time ACC Tournament Champions (1973, `74, `75)
- Coached at NC State for 21 years (1967-87).
- Guided NC State to its only College World Series appearance in only his second season (1968).
- Coached three ACC Players of the Year (Chris Cammack - 1969, Mike Caldwell - 1971, Tracy Woodson - 1984).
- Coached seven All-Americans.
- Coached 69 players who were first- or second-team All-ACC.
- Coached 28 players who were selected in the MLB draft.
- Coached 12 future major league players.
- Played 10 seasons in the major leagues (1952, 1955-63) for Chicago White Sox and Kansas City Athletics before coming to NC State as assistant basketball coach under Norm Sloan and head baseball coach.
- Played baseball and basketball collegiately at Indiana University.
- Born: Dec. 13, 1931.
Women's Soccer, 1987-90
- NSCAA first-team All-American (1989, `90)
- ISAA All-American (1989)
- All-ACC (1988, `89, `90)
- NCAA All-Final Four team (1988)
- H.C. Kennett Award winner (1991)
- Tied for school record for goals in a single game (4).
- Most points in single season (57).
- Most goals in a single season (26).
- Most points in a career (145).
- Most goals in a career (58).
- Most points in a single season by a freshman (46).
- Led the ACC in goals and total points (1988, `89).
- Owns school records for consecutive games with a goal (7) and consecutive games straight games with at least one point (11).
- NCAA Finalist (1988)
- NCAA Semifinals (1989)
- NCAA Quarterfinals (1987, `90)
- Four NCAA Tournament appearances (1987, `88, `89, `90)
- ACC Champions (1988)
- Member of ACC 50th Anniversary team.
- WUSA All-Star for the Atlanta Beat.
- Canadian National Team member (1994-2007).
- Canadian National Team Player of the Year (1994, `95).
- Scored 71 goals in 129 appearances; at one time both national records.
- Played in three FIFA Women's World Cups (1995, `99, `03).
- Inducted into United Soccer League Hall of Fame (2002).
- Inducted into Canadian Soccer Hall of Fame (2012).
Football, Track & Field, Baseball, Men's Basketball 1926-29
- College Football Hall of Fame (1975)
- North Carolina Sports Hall of Fame (1965)
- 1927 and `28 winner of Norris Athletic Trophy winner as NC State's top athlete
- Named top athlete of the first half-century of NC State College athletics
- Earned 11 varsity letters in four sports
- State record holder in high jump (1928)
- Still owns the school record for longest punt return, 95 yards in 1926.
- 1927 Southern Conference football champions, NC State's first.
- 1929 Southern Conference basketball champions, NC State's first.
- State track champions
- Longtime athletics director at Rollins College.
- Born: June, 26, 1905; Died: May 25, 1969.
Women's Basketball, 1995-98
- Kodak All-American (1998)
- Women's Basketball Journal All-American (1998)
- Associated Press Honorable Mention All-American (1997)
- Street & Smith Honorable Mention All-American (1997)
- Wade Trophy Finalist - National Player of the Year (1998)
- ACC Rookie of the Year (1995)
- All-ACC First Team (1997, `98); Second Team (1996)
- All-ACC Tournament team (1995, `96)
- NCAA All-Final Four Team (1998)
- NCAA East Regional All-Tournament team & MVP (1998)
- H.C. Kennett Award & Alumni Athletic Trophy (1998)
- Ranks fourth in program history with 2,042 points
- Ranks fourth in program history with 1,020 rebounds
- One of four players with 1,000 career points and rebounds
- Holds program record for free throws attempted (182) in a season and in an a career (639)
- Set record for most points scored (37) in an NCAA semifinal game vs. Louisiana Tech. (Record stood until 2010)
- 1998 Final Four
- Four NCAA Tournament appearances (1995, `96, `97, `98)
- One of seven honored jerseys in NC State women's basketball history.
- Member of ACC 50th Anniversary team.
- ACC Top 50 Female Athlete.
- Olympic Trials invitation (1996).
- ABL No. 2 overall selection by Philadelphia Rage in 1998.
- WNBA first-round draft pick (11th) to Cleveland Rockers (1999).
- Played for 12 years in WNBA with Cleveland, Chicago and Washington.
- 2001 WNBA All-Star with Cleveland.
- Ranks in top 20 all-time in WNBA for total rebounds.
Wendell H. Murphy
- Watauga Medal, the NC State's highest award, given for outstanding and distinguished service (1999).
- Elected to the Duplin County Hall of Fame (2005).
- Centennial Distinguished Citizen Award from Boy Scouts of America (2007).
- NC Agribusiness Council's annual Governor's Award for Distinguished Service (1987).
- Order of the Long Leaf Pine, one of the most prestigious awards presented by the Governor of North Carolina.
- 51-year Wolfpack Club Member.
- Wendell H. Murphy Family scholarship for women's basketball.
- Committed lead gift to name the Murphy Football Center.
- Has made contributions to Advantage Wolfpack tennis campaign; Batter Up baseball campaign; Ronnie Shavlik Endowment; general athletic scholarship endowment.
- Former president of the Wolfpack Club board of directors.
- Served in the NC House of Representatives and the NC Senate.
- 1960 graduate of NC State.
Men's Track & Field/Football, 1984-88
- Two-time ACC Track and Field Championships Most Outstanding Performer (1985, `86)
- Winner of the Kennett Award as NC State's top male athlete (1989)
- Nine-time track and field All-American (seven outdoor, two indoor)
- Nine-time ACC champion (eight outdoor, one indoor)
- 1985 NCAA 4x100 relay champion, with Harvey McSwain, Gus Young and Alston Glenn
- Four-time All-American in 4x100 relay
- Four-time All-American in 200 meters
- Second fastest 55-meter time in school history (6.18)
- Third fastest 200-meter time in school history (20.16)
- Fifth fastest 100-meter time in school history (10.31)
- Four consecutive ACC Outdoor Championships (1985-88)
- ACC Indoor Championship (1988)
- 4x100m relay NCAA champions (1985)
- Four consecutive top 25 finishes at NCAA Championships
- Highest finish in school history in indoor (6th, 1988) and outdoor (9th, 1988)
- Four consecutive ACC championships in 4x100 relay
- 1986 Peach Bowl participant
- 1988 Peach Bowl champions
- Caught 65 passes for 1,086 yards during his NC State football career.
- Made the top catch in history of Carter-Finley Stadium, when he caught 35-yard pass from Erik Kramer vs. South Carolina (Nov. 6, 1986).
- Second-round draft pick (No. 33 overall) of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 1989 NFL draft.
- Played three NFL seasons until a severe neck injury ended his career.
Men's Basketball, 1957-59
- 1959 ACC Player of the Year
- 1959 ACC Athlete of the Year
- First team All-ACC (1958-59)
- AP All-American (1959)
- UPI All-Amercan (1959)
- Look Magazine All-American (1959)
- Helms Foundation All-American (1959)
- Converse All-American (1959)
- Known for his passing, he was dubbed the "Bob Cousy of the collegians."
- Averaged 15.7 points as a senior and 14.6 points as a junior.
- Was honored as the 2002 ACC Legend.
Dr. Steve Rerych
Men's Swimming, 1964-68
- AAU National Champion
- Three-time All-American
- Two-time gold medalist at 1968 Mexico City Olympics (4x100 freestyle, 4x200 freestyle)
- Nine-time ACC Champion
- Three-time ACC Champion in the 50 freestyle (1966-68)
- Three-time ACC Champion in the 100 freestyle (1966-68)
- Three-time ACC Champion in the 200 freestyle (1966-68)
- ACC 50th Anniversary team
- North Carolina Sports Hall of Fame (1993)
- Only person in the history of the ACC swimming and diving to be a three-time ACC champion in three different events.
- Was a two-time Olympic gold medalist in relays (4x100 team: Steve Rerych, Mark Spitz, Zachary Zorn, Kenneth Walsh; 4x200 team: Steve Rerych, Mark Spitz, Don Schollander, John Nelson).
- General surgeon who received medical degree from Columbia University (1974)
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