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Unstoppable Rueben Mayes
Winter 2008
On a raw, wet fall afternoon in Eugene, Oregon, in late October 1984, Rueben Mayes' feet carried him to what was at the time the greatest accomplishment of any NCAA running back. Just a week earlier, Mayes ran for 216 yards at Stanford in a rally...
Categories: Athletics
Tags: Football, Hall of Fame


WSU Hall of Fame adds 5 who excelled
Summer 2004
Carol GordonOn February 21, the day of her induction into Washington State University's Athletic Hall of Fame, Carol Gordon offered a silent prayer. That evening she shared her petition with 180 guests at the induction banquet in the Compton Union...
Categories: Alumni, Athletics
Tags: Women athletes, Coach, Basketball, Football, Track and field, Hall of Fame


Six join hall of fame
Summer 2002
When opportunity knocked, they answered. Their athletic prowess overshadowed that of their peers. And their accomplishments have stood the test of time.As a result, five men and one woman were inducted into the Washington State University Athletic...
Categories: Athletics
Tags: Hall of Fame


Ehlo inducted into Pac-10 Hall of Honor
Summer 2002
Former Washington State University basketball coach George Raveling once described Craig Ehlo (x'86 Soc. Sci.) as “playing on the ragged edge of being out of control.” In other words, Ehlo made things happen. His full-speed-ahead approach on t...
Categories: Athletics, Alumni
Tags: Hall of Fame, Basketball