Hall of Fame Class of 2005
2005 Class: Front row (l-r): Derek Chaney, Kim Schiemenz-Pappas, for Dom Cumley, Sharon Akiyama. Back row (l-r): Theo Holland, Corte McGuffey, Ernie Andrade. 1978-79 Men's Golf and 1981 Volleyball Teams pictured at bottom of page.
1978-79 Men's Golf Team
Members of the team: Rick Petri, Bill Petri, Jeff Potts, Bob McNamee, Deon Miller, Leon Smith, Scott Williamson.
1981 Volleyball Team
Members of the team: Lisa Dodson, Nan Fahrbach, Jennifer Gibbons, Vicky Jewett, Carol Johnson-Klein, Michelle Korinek, Amanda Orr, Suzzanne Orr, Cindy Rhodes, Josie Rupp, Lisa Rupp, Brenda Shoemak, Carla Stearns.
|Sharon Akiyama, Gymnastics (1973-76)|
Akiyama was the first female athlete at UNC to receive an athletic scholarship ... she won the all-around title in every Intermountain Conference meet in 1973 and usually took the uneven bars, floor exercise and balance beam titles as well ... inspired a group of freshman teammates to qualify for Division I national championships where the team placed 13th in the nation ... Akiyama placed 12th on bars and 12th on floor exercise in national meet ... helped the squad complete an undefeated season.
|Ernie Andrade, Baseball (1960-62)|
Helped lead the Bears to three straight appearances in the College World Series (1960, 1961, 1962) ... tallied a career record of 17-4 ... as a freshman in 1960, he went 6-1 with a 1.95 earned run average ... earned All-Rocky Mountain Conference as a pitcher in both 1960 and 1961 ... also guided the Bears to three straight Rocky Mountain Conference championships.
|Derek Chaney, Basketball (1990-94)|
Chaney is the only player in UNC history to rank in the career top-10 in 10 of the 12 individual record categories kept for men's basketball ... he is ranked second in assists (384); Chaney is the third all-time leading scorer (1,491) ... he holds the single-game record for three-pointers made in a game (8) ... a three-time (1992, 1993, 1994) academic all-NCC first-team ... CoSIDA Third-Team Academic All-American in 1994 ... Chaney graduated in 1993 with a degree in Mathematics and earned his master's in Sports Administration in 1995.
|Don Cumley, Football/Track & Field/Billiards
(1939-41 & 1946-48)|
Cumley was a three-year letterwinner in both football and track; ... earned Little All-American status in 1946 ... he was the Rocky Mountain Conference champion in discus (two years), javelin (two years) and shot put (three years) ... Cumley served as the freshman football coach in 1947 ... he was also a member of the 1948 CSCE billiard team and placed fifth in the nation in the All-College Billiard Team competition ... Cumley played professional football for New York Yankees in 1946-47 ... he passed away November 30, 2001.
|Theo Holland, Basketball/Track & Field
Played in 49 total games in a little over two seasons with the team posting a 28-21 overall record (24-12 in the RMAC) ... as a sophomore on the basketball squad in 1958-59, Holland was named to the All-Rocky Mountain Conference team after averaging 15.8 points per game and 4.9 rebounds per contest ... as a junior in 1959-60, he was named the best basketball player in the State of Colorado by the Denver Post & Rocky Mountain News after averaging a team-best 17.0 points per game ... shot 80.6 percent from the free throw line to lead the team as a junior ... as a senior in 1960-61, he was one of the first black players to play in the University of Kentucky's Memorial Coliseum and stay in the white-only hotel ... he was the conference champion in the long jump (1959) ... he set the conference record in 1960 in the long jump as he won both the long jump and high jump conference crowns.
|Corte McGuffey, Football (1996-99)|
McGuffey won the Harlon Hill Trophy in 1999 as the nation's top Division II football player in the country ... he was a First-Team All-American in 1999 (Daktronics/CoSIDA, Burger King/AFCA, Associated Press, Don Hansen's Football Gazette) ... honorable mention All-American as a junior in 1998 ... was named the NCC's Most Valuable Offensive Back in 1999 ... tabbed first-team All-NCC pick in both 1998 & 1999 ... helped lead the Bears to back-to-back national championships in 1996 & 1997 ... became the starting quarterback midway through the 1997 season ... holds UNC records in passing yards in a career (8,781) and a season (3,388), touchdown passes in a career (93), season (39) and a game (6), total offensive yards in a career (9,362) and a season (3,558) ... tallied a record of 33-5 as a starting quarterback.
|Kim Schiemenz, Volleyball/Track & Field
Schiemenz was a two-time national champion in the heptathlon at the NCAA Division II Outdoor Track & Field Championships (1998, 2000) ... she was named the National Female Track and Field Athlete of the Year by the United States Track Coaches Association (USTCA) in 2000 ... an eight-time All-American at the outdoor track & field championships ... earned an NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship following her graduation in 1999 ... three-time NCC champion in track & field in the heptathlon (1998, 2000) and 1,600 meter relay (1996) ... represented the United States in the 2001 World University Games in Beijing, China in the heptathlon ... holds the UNC record in the heptathlon with 5,602 points ... also set the UNC women's javelin record in 2000 (record has since been broken by Kelley Cobb) and the 100-meter high hurdles mark (:14.0) ... Schiemenz also played volleyball for the Bears as a two-sport athlete from 1995-1998 ... she ended her volleyball career with 943 kills (8th all-time at the end of her career), 2,814 attacks (7th all-time at the end of her career) ... Schiemenz earned all-conference honors in volleyball in both 1997 and 1998 ... Schiemenz also earned academic all-NCC honors in 1998 in volleyball ... she was named the UNC Outstanding Female Athlete of the Year in 1998-99.
1978-79 Men's Golf Team at 2005 Induction Ceremony.
1981 Volleyball Team at 2005 Induction Ceremony.