Beverly J. "Bev" Angulo
Women's Swimming

Scott L. Brunner

William L. "Billy" Cole
Football, Basketball, Baseball

Alexander E. "Alex" Coles
Basketball, Track & Field

Dr. Janice Jordan Coleman
Student Services for Athletes

Edward D. "Ed" McCreary
Track & Field

Joyce Perry
Women's Basketball, Women's Tennis, Field Hockey, Women's Basketball Head Coach

Mary Schilly
Women's Track & Field, Field Hockey

Linda E. Schmidt
Field Hockey, Women's Lacrosse

NEWARK, Del. -- The University of Delaware Athletics Hall of Fame grew by nine members when the newest class of inductees was honored in a ceremony held Nov. 19, 2004 at the Bob Carpenter Center.

The Class of 2004 included eight former student-athletes who competed in 12 different sports, one of the most successful coaches in a school history, and the University's first full-time academic advisor to student-athletes. Combined the group helped Delaware capture five national championships and 13 conference titles with four of them earning All-American honors. All nine played important roles in the success of University of Delaware athletics during their tenures.

The Class of 2004 includes: All-American running back and three-sport standout of the 1940's Billy Cole; All-American and 1979 national championship quarterback Scott Brunner; high-flying basketball forward and record-setting jumper Alex Coles; track and field sprint champion Ed McCreary; All-American lacrosse defender and three-time national champion Linda Schmidt (Brogan); 1981 national swimming champion Bev Angulo (Coy); record-setting distance runner Mary Schilly (Knisely); innovative academic counselor Dr. Janice Jordan Coleman; and three-sport standout athlete and 18-year women's basketball head coach Joyce Perry.

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