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Appendix A Halls of Fame Black Sports Hall of Fame Enshrinees Cleveland Mildred Didrikson (Zaharias) Wilma Rudolph Alice Coachman (Davis) Track and Field Hall of Fame was founded in in Charleston, West Virginia . History of Charleston and Kanawha County, West Virginia. West Virginia University thesis. Rust, Mary Jane Hansford. Extensive sports: water sports, AA professional baseball team, and National Track and Field Hall of Fame . 2 daily. The Herd will induct nine players into this year's Hall of Fame. Arlene Stooke – Women's Track & Field Coach, ; . players signed by the new coach in , King came to Marshall from Capital High School in Charleston, . Arlene Stooke, Head Coach of Track and Field () – deceased.
In 11 seasons, he played in games and had 1, at-bats, runs scored, hits, 42 doubles, nine triples and 14 home runs. Popovich also logged RBIs, walks, four stolen bases and had a. In his Major League debut during the season, he had one hit in his only at-bat. After retiring from baseball, he spent 10 years as an infield instructor for the Dodgers. Popovich and his wife, Susan, have been married 42 years and reside in the Chicago area.
They have two sons, Paul and Damon, and three grandchildren. Tom Woodeshick Tom Woodeshick Tom Woodeshick, a running back and three-year letterman in football fromplayed 10 seasons in the NFL from As a senior at WVU playing for coach Gene Corum inhe rushed for yards with two touchdowns and had receiving yards with one touchdown.
For his WVU career, he rushed for yards on carries and posted receiving yards on eight receptions. Woodeshick, who also had yards on kickoff returns, posted four career touchdowns. Woodeshick had 82 yards receiving on two receptions in a win over George Washington on Oct. As a pro, he played nine seasons with the Eaglesand then one with the St. Louis Cardinalsduring which time an ankle injury forced him to retire. Woodeshick played in career games.
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His best year came in when he rushed for a career-best yards and was named to the Pro Bowl. Woodeshick was also named to various first and second All-Pro teams in For his career, he gained 3, yards on carries, averaging 4. While playing Center for his football team under the direction of his mentor Coach Bob Anderson, the team placed second in the State in He was also as active member of the baseball and basketball teams.
His first teaching job was in a one room school in Putnam County. InJim was hired for a teaching position at St. For many years, Jim slso worked at St. Albans as the Athletic Director.
Over the course of his career, Jim has officiated Football and Wrestling. Having won inhe has been and still is a member and has served as President on two occasions.
Jim and his loving wife, Marilyn reside in St. They are the proud parents of their son Jim, and his wife, Marilyn. His collegiate record as a 4-year letter winner was an outstanding Bill Donohew's first coaching position was at St. Donohew then moved to Wheeling to teach and coach at Warwood High School.
He was assigned as the school's assistant varsity wrestling coach, a position he held from to Donohew then assumed the post of head wrestling coach at Warwood Junior High School, where his teams won two PAC-8 Championships during his tenure there from to As a senior, he led the team with 15 appearances, including 12 games started and eight complete games. That season, his four wins tied for second best on the team and his 78 innings pitched was 21 more than anyone on the team.
He posted a 1. He had 45 Ks and issued only 22 walks in 78 innings. He also pitched one shutout on the season. His career numbers include runs, only 57 earned runs, hits, strikeouts, 68 walks, 19 complete games, 17 wins and 11 losses for four Herd teams with a combined record of He appeared as the winning pitcher in 21 percent of the games won by Marshall in his career and appeared in 30 percent of all games played over four seasons.
He graduated with a BA from Marshall in That season, the Herd finished with nine wins, tying the then all-time wins mark for Herd football, and only three losses. Kautz came back to Marshall as an assistant football coach for former teammate Charlie Snyder, and served there until He also served as Dean of Men at MU during this period, having served in that position earlier in his career. While interim, he appointed MU assistant Rick Tolley as head coach of the Herd for the season, then he and Tolley were made the head coach and AD for the season.
Kautz was among those who died on the crash of the Marshall football charter, returning from ECU. He was married to the former Lucy Gawthorp and left behind three daughters: Lucianne, at the time a MU cheerleader; Kathleen, who was a Huntington East cheerleader; and Leigh, who was a cheerleader for midget football.
William King, Football When he left Marshall inhe was the all-time leading tackler with total tackles over three years. King is still fourth all-time at Marshall, nearly 20 years later, despite playing all four years alongside then No. King also finished his career sixth in tackles for loss 50 tackles for loss for minus yards and set the single-season tackles for loss mark in with Inhe also led the Herd in sacks with Marshall was inin both and and in and National Champions.
He was first team All-Southern Conference insecond team in He joined the Delaware State staff as safeties coach in and is there forafter serving as defensive line coach and recruiting coordinator at Concord University in The Mountain Lions wereand posted 13 more turnovers and 11 more sacks for the defensive front compared to the stats. FromKing was the defensive coordinator and linebackers coach at West Virginia State University, leading the Yellowjackets to a first-ever defensive national ranking in King earned his degree in Marketing from MU in while working as a graduate assistant coach for Donnan and Matthews at Marshall, helping the Herd to again reach the I-AA finals with 11 wins.
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He helped lead the Cougars to back-to-back state championships in andgoing over those two seasons. As a high school quarterback, he rushed for yards and 11 touchdowns and passed for yards and five touchdowns as a senior.
She played for Linda Holmes inand was then coached by Rita Simmons in She was the first recipient of the Linda Holmes Leadership Award inand graduated with a 3. Jim Sheridan, Swimming,