Lee to induct 6 into HOF
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Lee Athletic Director Larry Carpenter has released the list of names of those to be inducted into the 2013 Athletic Hall of Fame. Six new members, Greg Cain, men’s basketball; Charli (Duff) Crawford, softball; Jan (Dodson) Spangler and Jessica (Still) Stone, women’s basketball; Jeremy Hutslar, baseball; and Janaina (Novaes) Miknus, women’s soccer, will be inducted on Nov.1.

The presentations will be held in Lee’s Centenary Room and is scheduled for a 5 p.m. start. All former Hall of Fame inductees are encouraged to attend the event. Those wishing to attend should contact Carpenter or Tena Walker at 423 614-8440, or email Carpenter at lcarpenter@leeuniversity.edu. no later than this Friday, Oct. 25.

Greg Cain

Men’s Basketball

(1968-1972)

1,210 career points (17th on all-time scoring list)

11.5 ppg (105 games)

568 career assists (3rd on all-time assists list)

5.4 apg (105 games)

10/10 free throws (Nov. 23, 1970 vs. Bryan)

Although Cain was known for his outstanding point guard play on four Lee teams, he scored more than 30 points four times during his career.

He led the Vikings to four straight SCAC titles and a pair of third-place finishes in the NCCAA National Tournament. The Vikings posted an overall record of 96 wins against only 25 defeats during his four seasons.

Charli (Duff) Crawford

(2005-2006)

Softball

Single Season ERA leader – 0.96 ERA in 2006 (5th on all-time list)

Single Season Strikeout leader- 185 in 2006 (3rd on all-time list)

Single Season Innings Pitched leader- 204.0 in 2006 (4th on all-time list)

Single Season Winning Percentage leader- .833 (25-5) in 2006 (4th on all-time list)

Career ERA leader- 1.29 ERA from ‘05-06, 1st on all-time list)

2006 NAIA First Team All-American (First in school history)

2006 team advanced to Final 8 of NAIA National Tournament for the first time in school history.

2006 SSAC regular season and tournament champions

2006 Region XIII Runner-up

Jan (Dodson) Spangler (2004-2008)

Women’s Basketball

1,396 career points (11th on all-time list)

Averaged 11.0 ppg (127 games)

career rebounds (9th on all-time list)

Averaged 5.6 rpg (127 games)

2007-08 WBCA and NAIA All-American

Three-time SSAC All-Conference

Two-time NAIA Scholar Athlete

Three-time SSAC All-Academic

Four trips to NAIA National Tournament

Three straight SSAC Regular Season Titles; Two consecutive SSAC Tournament Championships

Helped Lady Flames post 110 victories and claim highest ever NAIA ranking, No. 2

Jessica (Still) Stone

(2004-2008)

Women’s Basketball

1,772 career points (7th on all-time list); Averaged 13.1 ppg (135 games)

539 career rebounds; Averaged 4.0 rpg (135 games)

Made a school record 365 3-point shots

2006-07 NAIA Second Team All-American

2007-08 NAIA First Team All-American

2007-08 SSAC Player of the Year

Three-time SSAC All-Conference

NAIA Scholar-Athlete

Three-time SSAC All-Academic

Four trips to NAIA National Tournament

Three straight SSAC Regular Season Titles; Two consecutive SSAC Tournament Championships

Helped Lady Flames post 110 victories and claim highest ever NAIA ranking, No.2

Jeremy Hutslar

(2005-2008)

Baseball

Career Runs Scored-253 (1st on all-time list)

Career Hits- 310 (1st on all-time list)

Career Stolen Bases- 113 (1st on all-time list)

Single Season At Bats- 286 in 2008 (1st on all-time list)

Single Season Hits- 111 in 2008 (1st on all-time list)

2006, 2007, SSAC First Team All-Conference

2007 NAIA All-Region XIII

2008 NAIA World Series Charlie Hustle Award

2008 NAIA World Series All-Tournament

2007-2008 NAIA Scholar Athlete; 2006-2008 SSAC All-Academic

2005, 2007, 2008 NAIA World Series Appearance (2005 was first appearance in school history).

2005, 2008 SSAC Regular Season Champions

2005, 2007, 2008 Region Champions

2005 2007, 2008 Super Region Champions

Janaina (Novaes) Miknus

(2004-2007)

Women’s Soccer

Career Goals – 118 from ’04-’07 (1st on all-time list)

Career Assists- 57 from ’04-’07 (4th on all-time list)

Single Season Goals- 36 goals in 2007 (2nd on all-time list)

Single Season Goals- 32 goals in 2004 (4th on all-time list)

Single Season Goals- 29 goals in 2005 (6th on all-time list)

Single Season Assists 20 assists in 2004 (9th on all-time list)

2004 NAIA Honorable Mention All-American

2004 SSAC Newcomer of the Year

2005 NAIA National Tournament Offensive MVP

2007 SSAC Female Athlete of the Year

2004-2007 NAIA Region XIII First Team

2005-2007 NAIA Region XIII Player of the Year

2004-2007 NAIA National All-Tournament Teams

2004-2007 SSAC Player of the Year

2004-2007 SSAC First Team All-Conference

2005-2007 NAIA First Team All-American

2004-2007 SSAC Regular Season and Tournament Champions

2005-2007 Region XIII Champions

2005 NAIA National Tournament Finalist

2006 NAIA National Tournament Elite Eight

2007 NAIA National Tournament Semifinalist

Never lost a conference match