Michael P. "Mike" Brey
Men's Basketball Coach

Donna M. Brockson (Smith)
Women's Swimming & Diving

Edwin M. "Ed" Mongan 
Men's Indoor Track & Field, Men's Outdoor Track & Field

Michael A. "Mike" Pegues
Men's Basketball

Paula B. Petrie (Pietrok) 
Women's Basketball, Field Hockey, Softball

William U. "Bill" Reybold 
Men's Cross Country, Men's Outdoor Track & Field, Men's Swimming

Jennifer L. Riley (Bowbliss) 
Women's Basketball

Susan J. "Sue" Sowter Stauffer 
Volleyball, Women's Basketball, Softball, Volleyball Assistant Coach, Volleyball Head Coach


NEWARK, Del. -- Four student-athletes with basketball backgrounds, two track and field standouts who competed at the NCAA championships, a 12-time conference champion swimmer, and one of the most popular head coaches in Blue Hen athletics history highlight the induction class for the 2007 University of Delaware Athletics Hall of Fame announced by UD Director of Athletics Edgar N. Johnson.

This year's induction class, the 11th in school history, consists of eight former Blue Hen student-athletes and coaches and increases the list of UD Athletics Hall of Fame members to 94. The group will be formally inducted in an invitation-only ceremony at the University of Delaware's Bob Carpenter Center Friday, Nov. 9 and will be recognized prior to the Delaware vs. Richmond football game on Saturday, Nov. 10 at Delaware Stadium.

The Class of 2007 includes former men's basketball head coach Mike Brey, who led the Blue Hens to 99 wins and two NCAA Tournament appearances from 1995-2000; 12-time East Coast Conference women's swimming champion Donna Brockson (Smith); record-setting indoor and outdoor track and field standout Ed Mongan; all-time leading men's basketball scorer Mike Pegues; field hockey All-American and three-sport standout Paula Petrie (Pietrok); two-time conference Player of the Year for women's basketball Jennifer Riley (Bowbliss); 1954 NCAA outdoor track participant and UD Male Athlete of the Year Bill Reybold; and three-sport standout and former UD volleyball coach Sue Sowter Stauffer.

"We are once again honored to present our latest list of Hall of Fame inductees," said Johnson. "This accomplished group represents 10 different sports here at the University of Delaware and our honorees combined to earn 46 varsity letters, capture 23 conference individual or team titles, set numerous school records, and make several trips to the NCAA championships. It is a well-deserved honor for each of them."