Lions Announce 2007 Hall of Fame Class
Three decades of LMU Athletics to be recognized as five individuals and one team make up latest Hall of Fame Class.
July 24, 2006
Los Angeles, CA - Over three decades of Loyola Marymount University athletics will be part of the 2007 LMU Athletics' Hall of Fame inductees, as the class of 2007 was announced by LMU Athletics Director Dr. William Husak. Five individuals and one team will be in the latest group inducted into the Hall of Fame, which began in 1986.
The Class of 2007 will include the 1986 Baseball Team, Bob Kerslake (baseball, '58), Kim Blankinship (women's volleyball, '97), Jeff Fryer (men's basketball, '90), Tracy Sharp (women's soccer, '01 MBA '04) and Sarah McFarland (women's volleyball, '01).
Hall of Fame weekend will be held in January of 2007 and will include the Hall of Fame Induction Dinner. Information on the weekend's festivities will be released in early fall. The five individuals will give the Hall of Fame 99 individual members and the baseball team will be the fourth team inducted, joining 1981 Women's Crew, the 1969 Football Team and the 1990 Men's Basketball Team
The accomplishments of the 2007 Inductees are numerous. Here is a quick snap shot why LMU Athletics is Building Champions:
Kim Blankinship, volleyball (1993-96)
Jeff Fryer, men's basketball (1986-90)
o Ranked 14th - Single game points - 42 (vs. DePaul Jan. 14, 1989)
o Ranked 6th - Single Season Points - 710 (1989)
o Ranked 10th - Single Season Scoring Average - 22.9 (1989)
o Ranked 6th - Career Points - 1,980
o Ranked 1st - Three Pointers Made Game, Season, Career
o Ranked 1st - Three Pointers Attempted Game, Season, Career
o Ranked 1st - Three Point FG% - 1.000 (7-7)
o Ranked 7th - Career Field Goals - 650
o Ranked 6th - Career Games Played - 112
Bob "Whitey" Kerslake, baseball (1954-58)
Sarah McFarland, volleyball (1997-2000)
o Career kills per game - 6.43
o Total attempts in a 4-game match - 111 vs. Notre Dame 9/21/2000
o Single-season attempts per game - 17.04 in 2000
o Career attempts per game - 14.03
Tracy Sharp, women's soccer (1997-2000)
o Season Goals Against Average, 0.60, 1998
o Career Goals Against Average, 0.88
o Season Shutouts, 12.5, 1998
o Career Shutouts, 33.0
o 2nd in WCC in career shutouts (33)
o 5th in WCC in shutouts in a season (12.5)
Baseball 1986 College World Series team
Loyola Marymount is coming off one of its best year's as a program, winning the 2005-06 West Coast Conference Commissioner's Cup - an all-sports award presented at the end of each academic year to the league's top performing school in conference play.
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