Called Hollie L. Lepley Hall of Honor | Classes of the 00's
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2000
Amy Comerford Albiero
  • Sport - Women's Swimming (1991-94)

Accolades:
  • 27-time All-American
  • 12-time National Champion
  • NCAA Swimmer of the Year
  • Helped lead team to four consecutive national titles

Doug Allen
  • Sport - Men's Swimming (1990-93)

Accolades:
  • 19-time All-American
  • Four-time National Champion
  • Two-time NCAA Champion
  • NCAA Swimmer of the Year
  • GLIAC Swimmer of the Year

Daniel Weinerth
  • Sport - Men's Soccer (1988-91)

Accolades:
  • All-American
  • Two-time Defensive MVP of Marriott Soccer Classic
  • Four-time member of NCAA Tournament Team
  • All-Mideast Region

2002
Dario DiFazio
  • Sport - Men's Diving (1994-95)

Accolades:
  • Three-time National Champion
  • NCAA Diver of the Year
  • Part of two NCAA national championship teams

Gray Haizel
  • Sport - Men's Soccer (1983-86)

Accolades:
  • Two-time All-American
  • Three-time All-Region
  • Three-time member of NCAA Tournament Team

Tracy Huth
  • Sport - Coach - Women's Swimming (1987-98)

Accolades:
  • Led team to five straight NCAA titles
  • Three-time NCAA Coach of the Year
  • Top-three finishes in nine consecutive years

Karen (Ill) Piper
  • Sport - Volleyball (1992-97)

Accolades:
  • First volleyball All-American
  • Three-time All-GLIAC, two-time All-Regional
  • Member of first NCAA Tournament Team

Mali Walton
  • Sport - Men's Soccer (1991-94)

Accolades:
  • Three-time All-American
  • Four-time All-Region honoree
  • Helped lead team to a pair of NCAA Final Four appearances

Chris Zoltak
  • Sport - Men's Swimming (1993-96)

Accolades:
  • Was a 28-time All-American, the most possible in the NCAA
  • Was named the 1995 NCAA Swimmer of the Year
  • Won a total of 15 National Titles winning six individual titles and nine relays
  • Helped Oakland win three NCAA titles during his career

1982 Women's Basketball Team
  • Sport - Women's Basketball (1981-82)

Accolades:
  • First-ever NCAA Tournament appearance
  • 27-5 overall, 14-0 GLIAC
  • Final Four

1982 Men's Soccer Team
  • Sport - Men's Soccer (1981-82)

Accolades:
  • Advanced to the NCAA Championship match
  • The first OU men's soccer team to earn a Final Four appearance
  • Finished the year with a 14 - 4 - 4 overall record
  • It was just the second OU men's soccer team to qualify for NCAA Tournament

2004
Kristen Nagelkirk Barnwell
  • Sport - Women's Swimming (1993-96)

Accolades:
  • 22-time All-American
  • 12 National Championship Titles
  • Member of GLIAC and National Championship Team

Carl Boyd
  • Sport - Men's Swimming (1990-93)

Accolades:
  • 22-time All-American
  • Helped team to runner-up finish at nationals
  • Two-time Academic All-American
  • All-GLIAC

Ellen Lessig Cook
  • Sport - Women's Swimming (1993-96)

Accolades:
  • Was a 28-time All-American, the most allowed by the NCAA in a four-year career
  • Won a total of 15 National Championships, including back-to-back 50 freestyle championships
  • Helped lead Oakland to a pair of NCAA National Championships
  • She helped set new NCAA records in the 200 and 400 free relay

Kevin Kovach
  • Sport - Men's Basketball (1993-97)

Accolades:
  • Garnered All-American honors in 1997
  • Two-time All-GLIAC first team selection (1996, '97
  • Led team to four straight NCAA tournament appearances

Kelli Krajniak Parker
  • Sport - Women's Basketball (1991-95)

Accolades:
  • Two-time All-American
  • Three-time All-GLIAC
  • Two-time GLIAC All-Defensive Team
  • MVP of GLIAC Tournament
  • NCAA Tournament Elite Eight

Eric Taylor
  • Sport - Men's Basketball (1989-92)

Accolades:
  • First player in school history to earn All-American honors in back-to-back seasons (1991, `92)
  • GLIAC Player of the Year (1991)
  • Three-time All-Region and All-GLIAC honoree

Paul Hartman
  • Athletic Director (1983-94)

Accolades:
  • Was a two-time president of the GLIAC
  • Oversaw the addition of baseball as well as women's soccer, golf and cross country during his tenure
  • Oversaw multiple upgrades in Oakland's athletic facilities
  • Oversaw one of the most successful periods of OU athletics history with five consecutive swimming national titles and national championship appearances in both men's and women's soccer

2007
Scott Collins
  • Sport - Men's Cross Country (1993-95)

Accolades:
  • Was just the second cross country All-American in Oakland history
  • He finished 17th at the 1995 NCAA Championships
  • Was a two-time All-Region and All-GLIAC

Bob Hurdle
  • Coach - Volleyball (1982-92)

Accolades:
  • Led OU to its first-ever GLIAC Volleyball Championship
  • Reached 20-win mark eight times
  • Holds the Oakland record with 248 career coaching victories

Jay Judson
  • Sport - Men's Swimming (1993-97)

Accolades:
  • Member of four National Championship teams
  • 20-time All-American
  • NCAA post-graduate scholar

Deanna Richard
  • Sport - Women's Basketball (1993-96)

Accolades:
  • GLIAC Player of the Year
  • Three-time member of NCAA Tournament Team
  • NCAA Tournament Elite Eight appearance

Eli Tiomkin
  • Sport - Men's Soccer (1991-94)

Accolades:
  • Three-time All-Region
  • Led team to four straight NCAA Tournaments
  • All-time leader in goals, assists and points

Derek Williford
  • Sport - Men's Soccer (1989-92)

Accolades:
  • Became just the ninth OU men's soccer player to earn All-American honors
  • Helped lead Oakland to the NCAA Final Four in 1992
  • Among OU's career leaders in assist, he set the single-game assist record with five in 1990

1964 Men's Swimming & Diving
  • Sport - Swimming & Diving (1964-65)

Accolades:
  • First win marked beginning of OU's Athletic Program

2008
Michael Campbell
  • Sport - Men's Swimming (1967-71)

Accolades:
  • Oakland's first-ever men's swimming All-American
  • He finished his career as a six-time All-American in the 100 and 200 freestyle and the 400 free relay
  • He set school records in the 50, 100, 200, 500 and 1000 freestyle events as well as the 400 free relay and the 400 medley relay

Tom Eller
  • Sport - Men's Basketball (1990-94)

Accolades:
  • Garnered All-American honors in 1994
  • Two-time All-GLIAC first team selection (1993, '94)
  • Went a perfect 17-for-17 from the free-throw line to tie the single-game school record at Edinboro (11/26/91)
  • Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year and Academic All-GLIAC

Kerry Miller
  • Sport - Women's Swimming (1989-92)

Accolades:
  • Member of three DII National Championship teams
  • 22-time All-American
  • Four-time Individual National Champion

Nick O'Shea
  • Sport - Men's Soccer (1982-83)

Accolades:
  • Member of NCAA Tournament semi-finals team
  • Second team All-American
  • GLIAC All-Regional

Jon Teal
  • Sport - Men's Swimming (1988-92)

Accolades:
  • 21-time All-American
  • Nine National, one Individual Championship
  • GLIAC Swimmer of the Year

Brooke Williams
  • Sport - Women's Soccer (1995-98)

Accolades:
  • All-American
  • All-GLIAC, All-Regional
  • Record for career and single-season assist

2009
Ericka Burns
  • Sport - Softball (2000-03)

Accolades:
  • Four-time All-Mid-Continent Conference
  • Mid-Continent Tournament MVP
  • Four-time All-League First Team

John Eley
  • Sport - Men's Basketball (1969-72)

Accolades:
  • His 13.38 rebounds per game (1968-69) ranks third in single-season school history
  • Broke the school record with 690 rebounds and currently ranks 10th in program history in that category
  • Scored 1,084 points in just 74 games

Giovanni Gentile
  • Sport - Men's Soccer (1990-94)

Accolades:
  • Second team All-American
  • Member of four NCAA Tournament teams
  • GLIAC All-Regional

Ashley McGhee
  • Sport - Women's Soccer (1998-2001)

Accolades:
  • Three-time All-Mid Continent Conference
  • Record for career goals and points
  • Member of first NCAA Tournament team

David Paxton
  • Sport - Men's Swimming (1994-97)

Accolades:
  • 17-time All-American
  • Four individual National Championships
  • GLIAC Athlete of the Year

Anita Rapp
  • Sport - Women's Soccer (1997-2001)

Accolades:
  • First-team All-American
  • GLIAC Player of the Year
  • Two-time All-Regional, two-time Mid-Continent Conference Player of the Year

Becki Bach Simmons
  • Sport - Women's Diving (1993-97)

Accolades:
  • Finished her career as an Eight-time All-American, the most possible for divers
  • Member of two NCAA division II National Championship teams and also two runner-up finishes
  • Set the school scoring record in the three-meter and one-meter
  • Was a five-time GLIAC Champion in the three-meter and also won the one-meter event as a senior

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