Eastern Kentucky University announced a nine-member 2015 induction class for its Athletics Hall of Fame on Monday.
The class will be enshrined at the EKU Center for the Arts on Sept. 26.
The 2015 induction class includes: Demarkus Doss (men's basketball, 1992-96), Jason Dunn (football, 1991-95), Beverly Brockman Games (women's golf, 1992-97), Larry Kirksey (football, 1969-72), Jim Moberly (football, 1965-68), Robert Moore (baseball, 1985-87), Amy Clements Olsen (women's cross country/track, 1991-95), Liz Guard Sellers (volleyball, 2002-05) and Matt Witt (men's basketball, 2002-06).
Activities Sept. 26 begin with a noon luncheon. The group will also be recognized before the Colonels' football game against Austin Peay later that day at 6 p.m.
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Tickets for the luncheon are $25 and can be purchased by calling the Colonel Club office at (859) 622-2046. The deadline for registration is Sept. 11. Tickets will not be sold at the event.
"This is certainly a very impressive class of former EKU student-athletes," Director of Athletics Steve Lochmueller said. "I've had the pleasure of meeting a few Hall of Fame members since becoming athletics director in March. I'm really looking forward to not only meeting this newest class of inductees, but also meeting all the former Colonels that will be back on campus for this special event."
Doss received all-conference recognition as a sophomore and as a senior after finishing the season in the top 10 in the league in four categories. He finished his career at Eastern as the school's 11th leading scorer and fifth in steals.
Dunn played four seasons for Coach Roy Kidd before playing 12 years in the NFL with the Philadelphia Eagles and the Kansas City Chiefs.
Games won the Ohio Valley Conference Tournament individual golf title three times. She was named OVC Golfer of the Year as a senior in 1997.
Kirksey, a three-year starter for the Colonels, is a former NFL coach with 17 years of experience in the league.
Moberly was part of two OVC title teams and the 1967 Grantland Rice Bowl championship squad.
Moore played three seasons for Coach Jim Ward's Colonels baseball team before signing with the Kansas City Royals.
Olsen was named OVC women's cross country Runner of the Year as a sophomore and as a senior and helped EKU run its string of conference titles to 18 in a row from 1982-99.
Sellers was an honorable mention All-American her senior season. She holds two school records — single-season hitting percentage and career hitting percentage.
Witt ended his career as Eastern's all-time leading men's basketball scorer with 1,832 points.