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Brad Hill, Kendall Gammon, Chuck Broyles lead 2014 MIAA Hall of Fame class
03/31/2014 12:05 PM
03/31/2014 12:06 PM
Ten former coaches and athletes will be inducted into the Mid-American Intercollegiate Athletics Association Hall of Fame Class of 2014.
The group includes current Kansas State baseball coach Brad Hill, former Chiefs offensive lineman Kendall Gammon, and Gammon’s national championship-winning coach at Pittsburg State in 1991, Chuck Broyles.
The induction ceremony is set for June 5 at the Kansas City Public Library, Plaza Branch, in the Truman Forum Auditorium. Tickets are available atTheMIAA.com
The 2014 class:
• Chuck Broyles, football coach, Pittsburg State (1990-2010)
• Don Corbett, men’s basketball coach, Lincoln University (1971-1979)
• Shelley (Foster) Duffey, basketball, Washburn (1991-1995)
• Kendall Gammon, football, Pittsburg State (1989-1991)
• Brice Garnett, golf, Missouri Western (2002-2006)
• Brad Hill, baseball coach, Central Missouri (1995-2003)
• Rick Ledjevich, baseball, Central Missouri (1993-1994)
• Heather Leverington, track and field, Emporia State (1997-2002)
• Michael Obertop, tennis, Southwest Baptist (1991-1994)
• Rhesa Sumrell, softball coach, Missouri Western (1977-1987), Central Missouri (1988-2006)
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