into Hall of Fame
The Long Beach
State Athletic Hall of Fame will induct seven new members
to its 2001 class, the LBSU Athletic Office announced Monday.
Bill Green (track
& field), Jeff Liefer (baseball), Ramona Pagel (track
& field), Sheri Sanders (women's volleyball), Mark Seay
(football), Jack Shainline (administrative) and Lisa Hansen
Stone (crew) will be inducted at the 49er Hall of Fame Dinner
Oct. 24 at the Hyatt Regency in Long Beach.
The seven inductees
bring the Hall of Fame's total number of members to 148. The
Hall of Fame was established in 1986.
Green, a hammer
thrower, finished fifth at the 1984 Olympics, the highest
finish of any American. Green, a three-time All-American at
LBSU, had a career-best throw of 255' and holds the LBSU record
with a toss of 235'7".
his Dirtbag career with 30 home runs, first on the LBSU all-time
list, plus 230 hits and 160 RBIs, both second on the all-time
list. Liefer was selected by the Chicago White Sox in the
first round of the 1995 draft.
Pagel, a shotputter,
earned first team All-American honors at LBSU and has competed
in four Olympic Games, recorded her best finish (ninth) at
the 1996 Games in Atlanta.
Sanders holds the
LBSU record for assists in a career (6,301) and led the nation
in assist (14.02 per game) in 1988. Sanders finished with
151 aces in her 49er career, third on the all-time list.
Seay had 132 receptions,
2,074 yards and 13 touchdowns during his 49er career. He also
returned kickoffs, totaling 2,121 yards during his career.
Seay was drafted in 1992 by the San Diego Chargers.
Shainline was vice
president for Student Services at LBSU for 24 years and served
as the chairman on the advisory committee on athletics.
Hansen Stone competed
at the 1976 Olympics and three World Championships for the
United States and won bronze medals at the 1977 and 1978 World
Championships in women's double sculls.