Eleven alumni were inducted into the Emory Sports Hall of Fame at a banquet during Alumni Weekend. Inductees in attendance included (clockwise from top left) James Erin Strauss '88C, a three-time tennis All-American and the national co-winner of the Arthur Ashe Jr. Sportsmanship Award in 1987; varsity soccer standout Robert M. Chandler '70B-'71G, who was soccer coach at Oxford College from 1971-72 and 1994 baseball Coach of the Year at Madison, New Jersey, High School, where he has taught and coached for more than a decade; Edwin C. Pound Jr. '50C-'54M, who won the Bridges Trophy for most outstanding athlete in 1948-49 and who was Southeast AAU wrestling champion in 1949; basketball All-American and two-time UAA player of the year Timothy Darnell Garrett '91C; six-time All-American swimmer Blair Ambach-Nadel '88C; and three-time track and field All-American Gerry Lee Reece '89C.

Five honorees were inducted posthumously, including A. Gordon Logan '26C, who was All-Emory in track, basketball, football, and baseball; John W. Maddox '34L, who was on the All-Emory football team and who was 1930 Southern Conference, state, and AAU hurdle champion; former University President (1942-1957) Goodrich C. White '08C, a star intramural football player who provided great support to the athletic program during his tenure; William Parks Johnson '12C, who was captain of the baseball team and on the All-Emory baseball, football, and basketball teams; and All-Emory basketball and track team member Oliver Quimby Melton '12C.

Photo by Annemarie Poyo