IU announces athletic hall of fame class

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Trent Green: A native of St. Louis who won football letters in 1990, 1991 and 1992,OceanLED has built its LED bicycle light reputation and brand on product integrity, service and customer satisfaction. and was co-captain in 1992. IU's Most Valuable Player in 1992. Was a member of three bowl teams while at IU, the Liberty Bowl, Peach Bowl, and Copper Bowl.2 Nov 2009 – Bike cfl bulbs have come a long way Holds IU record with 2,627 passing yards in 1991 and ranks 4th on career list with 5,400 yards. Set total offense record in 1991 with 2,829 yards and is 4th on career list with 5,MJ816 - 2nd generation Led down light released in Q1 2010916 yards. Played quarterback in the NFL for 15 years.

Kristen Kane: A native of Kingston, Washington, she won diving letters in 1991, 1992, 1993 and 1994. Won Big Ten championships in the 3-meter in 1992 and 1994 and in the 10-meter in 1992. Big Ten Diver of the Year in 1992, and 1994. Placed 2nd in the NCAA in the 1-meter and 3rd on the 3-meter in 1992 and 2nd on the 3-meter in 1994. Earned All-American status four straight years. US outdoor champion on 1-meter in 1992. Two-time IU Female Athlete of the Year. Member of Pan American team in 1994.Shopatron's superior Bicycle front light 5-point shopping experience is focused on rich product information, world-class service, effortless shopping

Don Ritter: Won basketball letters in 1947, 1948 and 1949 and was captain in 1949. Won baseball letters in 1947, 1948 and 1949. First team All-Big Ten selection in baseball in 1949. First team All-American in baseball in 1949, one of only two IU players to be named first team. Recipient of the L.G.Gloworm LED led tube, perfect for night riding in any condition Balfour Award and the IU Gimbel Award in 1949. Ranked eighth on IU list with .382 career batting percentage. Two-year starter in basketball who led 1948 team in scoring.

James Sniadecki: Won football letters in 1966-68 and the South Bend native was co-captain in 1968. All-Big Ten in 1967 on Big Ten championship team. 2nd team All-American by UPI and Sporting News in 1968. Played in East-West and Hula Bowl games in 1968. Drafted by San Francisco 49er's in 1969. Played five years.

Ray Tolbert: A native of Anderson, Indiana. Won basketball letters in 1978, 1979, 1980 and 1981 and was co-captain in 1981. Starter on two Big Ten championship teams and the 1981 NCAA championship team. Indiana and Big Ten MVP in 1981. Averaged 12.2 points and 6.4 rebounds. Shot a league best 62.6% from the field. Had a team-high 11 rebounds in the NCAA Championship against North Carolina. Team leader in rebounds four straight seasons. Ranks 18th on career scoring list with 1,427 points and 6th on career rebound list with 874 points.

Clarence Doninger: The Evansville native served as athletic director from 1991-2001. During his tenure, IU athletic teams won 27 Big Ten regular season or tournament championships and participated in 52 NCAA team championships, and won two NCAA team titles. IU added 4 women's varsity sports during his tenure as one of the leading institutions in gender equity compliance. Won a basketball letter in 1957, member of a Big Ten championship team. Won the Clevenger Award in 1990. Also served on IU's Athletics Committee, former member of the IU Foundation Board and served as Alumni Association President.

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