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Marshall to induct 7 into Hall of Fame

Published 2:35am Tuesday, June 3, 2014

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HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — The Marshall University Athletics Hall of Fame Committee has announced the 2014 induction class for the Hall of Fame.

“This class represents some of the finest student-athletes in school history,” Marshall Director of Athletics Mike Hamrick said.

“The contributions of these fine men and women are truly appreciated by everyone in the Marshall Athletics family.”

This year’s class (alphabetical order by last names):

Tyrone Collins — Men’s Basketball, 1970-73

David Coyle — Wrestling, 1977-79

Sierra Davenport — Softball, 2001-04

Albie DeYoung –- Baseball, 1975-78

Lindsay Jayjack — Soccer, 1999-2002

Darius Watts — Football, 2000-03

Milan Zban – Baseball/Football, 1951-54

The annual Hall of Fame dinner is scheduled Friday, Sept. 12 at 7 p.m., in the Don Morris Room of the Marshall University Memorial Student Center.

Tickets are $30 each and are available through the Marshall ticket office (in the lobby of the Cam Henderson Center on Third Avenue), at or by calling 1-800-THE-HERD.

The HOF members will be guests of the Marshall M Club at the club’s tailgate at the southwest corner of Joan C. Edwards Stadium, prior the Thundering Herd’s Sept. 13 football game versus Ohio.

The class will be introduced to the stadium crowd in a pregame ceremony before a noon kickoff. Tickets to the game also are available through the MU ticket office.

at the numbers or website listed above for banquet tickets.

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