Lauren E. Baugher
Softball, Women's Lacrosse, Field Hockey

Daryl W. Brown
Football

David G. "Dave" DeWalt
Wrestling

Robert M. "Bob" Hannah
Baseball Head Coach

Colleen P. McNamara
Women's Basketball

Anthony E. "Tony" Stalloni
Football

Barbara L. Viera
Volleyball Coach, Field Hockey Coach

Victor G. "Vic" Willis
Baseball, Baseball Coach


NEWARK, Del. -- A group of three women and five men, representing eight different sports, make up the seventh class of the University of Delaware Athletics Hall of Fame.

This year's class, which includes record breaking student-athletes and coaches, brings to 60 the total number of former UD athletes, coaches, and friends who have been honored. The Class of 2003 was inducted into the Hall of Fame in a ceremony Friday, Nov. 14 at the Bob Carpenter Center and was recognized prior to the Delaware vs. Massachusetts football game Saturday, Nov. 14 at Delaware Stadium.

Plaques listing the accomplishments of each of the honorees will hang in the concourse of the BCC.

The class of 2003 includes three-sport standout Lauren E. Baugher (Delaware '97), record-setting All-American football fullback Daryl W. Brown (Delaware '95), wrestling All-American David G. "Dave" DeWalt (Delaware '86), legendary 36-year baseball head coach Robert M. "Bob" Hannah (Delaware '64), record-setting basketball forward Colleen McNamara Cimador (Delaware '95), standout All-American football lineman Anthony E. "Tony" Stalloni (Delaware '47), women's athletics pioneer and outstanding volleyball coach Barbara L. Viera, and turn-of-the century baseball pitcher and coach and Baseball Hall of Fame member Victor G. "Vic" Willis. Stalloni and Willis were honored posthumously.