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Clackamas Community College is proud to announce the 4th annual Hall of Fame Banquet and Alumni reunion to be held on Saturday June 8, 2013.

Please join Clackamas CC as we celebrate our rich tradition of athletic achievement. The event will be held in Randall Gymnasium on the CCC campus. A social gathering with a No-host bar will run from 5:00pm to 7:00pm. From 7:00 to 9:00pm the dinner banquet and induction of the honorees will take place. Former Clackamas Community College alumni and current CCC Athletic Director, Jim Martineau will host the evening’s event accompanied by various coaches, supporters and friends to introduce inductee’s.

Averaging nearly 200 people for the 2012 event, we look forward to continuous growth and a greater turn-out this upcoming year!

Along with the HOF inductees, CCC will be honoring it's 'Team of the Year' - The team will be selected at the end of the 2012-13 season.

Individual price- $40
Sponsored Table for 8 people- $500

Sponsored tables get priority reserved seating for dinner and name (company) recognition in the event program.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact event director Kayla Steen at kaylas@clackamas.edu or by phone 503.594-6394

Click here to register for the 2013
Alumni Reunion & Hall of Fame

Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2013

John Keyser (1985-2001)
CCC President Emeritus

Jim & Connie Olson (1981-Present)
Long-time CCC Athletic Support People, CCC Sponsors, Owners of Jimmy O's Pizzeria

Kim Holum (1991-1992)
Softball

1991, 1992 & 1993 Softball Teams
Three-peat NWAACC Champions

David Daniels (1989-1991)
Men's Basketball

Bob Rapp (1992-2002)
Asst. Softball Coach & Mentor, H.T.D.B. (in memoriam)


Class of 2012

1991-1992 Men’s & Women’s XC and Track & Field Teams

  • First team ever in NWAACC history to win All NWAACC titles in same year [1992]
  • NWAACC Men’s and Women’s Cross Country Champions as well as NWAACC Cross Country Combined Champions [1991]
  • NWAACC Men’s AND Women’s Track and Field Champions [1992]
  • The Women’s team finished with 170 team points and 4 individual NWAACC Champions in their respective events
  • The Men’s team finished with 139 team points and 3 individual NWAACC Champions in their respective events
Jim Roberts
Athletic Support Person, 1968-1990
  • 21 years of service at CCC
  • Dean of Students at CCC [1980-1990]
  • Promoter of Fitness and Athletics at CCC
  • Architect of the faculty/coach model that has made CCC athletics what it is today
  • Namesake of the ‘Jim Roberts Jogging Trail’ around CCC campus
  • Role model for physical fitness as a consistent noontime runne
Danielle (Fitzgerald) Josetti
Softball, 1993-1994
  • Holds CCC single season stolen bases – 35 [1994]
  • Top 10 career leader at Creighton University for sacrifice hits and stolen bases
  • Assistant softball coach at Creighton University while team won Missouri Valley Conference Championships and went on to make NCAA appearance
  • Member of the National Association of Collegiate Women Athletics Administrators
  • Current Associate Athletic Director of Marquette University overseeing office of Athletic Complian
Lindsay Schiely
Volleyball, 2002-2004
  • Two-time NWAACC 1st team all Southern Region All-Star [2002 & 2003]
  • Led CCC to Southern Region Championship and NWAACC finals match [2003]
  • CCC Volleyball Team Captain
  • Moved on to compete at Eastern New Mexico University [2004-2006]
  • Team Captain for ENMU [2005]
  • Single match kills without error record at ENMU [2005]
  • 1st Team All-Lone Star Conference (South Division) [2004-2005]
  • Lone Star Conference (South Division) All Academic Team [2005]
  • Inducted into the Eastern New Mexico University Hall of Fame [2010]
Mike Hodges
Cross Country and Track & Field Coach, 1986-2002
  • A 27 year veteran coach at the community college level
  • 12 years as Clackamas Community College Cross Country and Track & Field Coach
  • Won 22 NWAACC Championships at the helm
  • 11-time NWAACC ‘Coach of the Year’
  • 17 –time Southern Region ‘Coach of the Year’
  • Northwest All Sports ‘Coach of the Year’ [1996]
  • Winningest Coach ever in the Oregon/Washington Region
Michael Kuebler
Men’s Basketball, 2000-2002

  • Shooting guard on CCC Men’s Basketball Team [2000-2002]
  • Instrumental in leading team to Southern Region Championship in 2001 and 3rd place NWAACC Tournament finish in 2002
  • Southern Region 1st Team [2001]
  • Southern Region MVP [2002]
  • All-NWAACC Tournament Team [2001 & 2002]
  • Moved on to compete at NCAA Division I school- University of Hawaii
  • 1st Team All Western Athletic Conference [2004]
  • 1st Team CoSIDA Academic All-American [2004]
  • Playing professionally overseas, 2004- Current

Class of 2011 

1987 Men’s Basketball Team

  • Captured school’s first NWAACC  men’s basketball championship.
  • Finished season with a record of 26-4
  • Placed 2nd in the Southern Region
  • Coached by HOF coach Royce Kiser and Asst. Coach Paul Fiskum
  • Players: Joe Clarizio #43, Tim Fields#25, Pete Newlin #15,Terry Newton   #21      Todd Harris #31, Jeff Stein #23, Steve Whiteley #51, Clark Nichols #53, Rick Flemmer #41, Eric Christen #35, Russell Livingston #45, Trev Kiser (RS)

Gladys ‘Babe’ Michael
Coach & Mentor

  • Instrumental in the startup of women’s athletics at CCC
  • Coached the men’s and women’s tennis teams.
  • Mentored the first women’s coaches at CCC
  • Long-time P.E./Health Instructor

Ron ‘Red’ Hangland
CCC Supporter

  • Major supporter and contributor to CCC softball program
  • Guided two granddaughters to ‘impact player’ status for CCC softball
  • Major financial figure in the upgrading of facilities at CCC for baseball/softball
  • Financial supporter of all CCC athletics
  • Organizer, player, supporter of softball in Greater Portland area

Terri Jo Kelly
Multi-Sport

  • First female three-sport athlete at CCC (Volleyball - Basketball - T&F)
  • Volleyball Team M.V.P. and Co-Captain (1982)
  • Member of 1982 Youth Enterprises VB Team to Mexico and South America
  • Earned All-Region 18 and OCCAA honors in VB (1982)
  • Led CCC women’s basketball in rebounding (1982)
  • NJCAA Track & Field All-American (Javelin - 1982)
  • Scholarship athlete at Portland State University
  • Mountain West All-Conference 1984 - Volleyball
  • Member of the NCAA DIV II National Championship Volleball Team - 1984

David Lemen
Track & Field

  • Set CCC, NWAACC and Junior College Record in Decathlon [7532 pts] (2000)
  • NWAACC Champion in Decathlon, Pole Vault and Long Jump (2000)
  • NWAACC  High Point Award Winner [40 pts] (2000)
  • Scholarship athlete at University of Georgia
  •  Two-time NCAA All-American, Decathlon, 2001 and 2002
  • SEC Champion, Decathlon, 2002
  • Ranked #6 in USA, Decathlon, 2003

Trina Rogers
Track & Field

  • Two-time NWAACC Champion in the Javelin Throw (1998 / 1999)
  • Set CCC, NWAACC and Junior College Record in Javelin [169’ 5”] (1999)
  • Scholarship athlete at Boise State University
  • Two-time WAC Conference Champion in Javelin
  • N.C.A.A. West Region Champion
  • 8th at U.S.A. Olympic Trials (2000)
  • Ranked #4 in U.S.A. in Javelin Throw in 2003

 


Class of 2010 

Chuck Hudson
Clackamas Athletic Founder

  • Founded CCC Athletic programs in 1968
  • Director of Athletics from 1968-1986
  • Instrumental in creating CCC women’s athletics
  • Head Men’s Basketball Coach from 1968-1975
  • Instrumental in Clackamas Athletics joining the NWAACC in 1984
  • Inducted into NWAACC HOF in 1991

Royce Kiser
Men’s Basketball (1979-1998)

  • Head Men’s Basketball from 1979-1998
  • Career Record 373-183 (67.1%)
  • NWAACC Champions:  1987, 1994
  • Southern Region Champions: 1990, 1993, 1994, 1995
  • NWAACC Coach of the Year: 1987, 1994
  • Southern Region Coach of the Year: 1990, 1993, 1994, 1995
  •  Inducted into NWAACC HOF in 2002 

Brian Abshire
Track & Field/Cross Country (1982-1984)

  • CCC 5000 M Record Holder
  • NJCAA All-American and HOF Inductee
  • Twice named NCAA Division I Cross Country All-American
  • Former 3000 M Indoor American Record Holder
  • 1988 USA 3000 M Steeplechase National Champion
  • 1988 USA Olympic Team Member
  • NW Champions Award 1996

Matt Lindland
Wrestling (1988-1991)

  • 1991 NJCAA National Champion- 158 LBS
  • University of Nebraska Single Season Record Holder
  • 2x USA University Freestyle National Champion
  • 5x USA Senior Greco-Roman National Champion
  • 2000 Olympic Games Silver Medalist
  • 2001 World Games Silver Medalist
  • Inducted into NWAACC HOF in 2008 

Lisa (O’Dea) Martin
Track & Field/Cross Country (1977-1978)

  • NJCAA National Champion in 400 M Hurdles
  • NCAA Division I Cross Country All-American
  • Member of the NCAA HOF
  • 9 year New York City Marathon Record Holder
  • Former World Record Holder in Marathon
  • Commonwealth Games Gold Medalist: 1986, 1990
  • 1988 Olympic Games Silver Medalist- Marathon

1971 Wrestling Team

Head Coach: Larry Wright
Assistant Coach:  Don Conway
Team Members:

Mickey Bevens, Pat Cameron, Dave Davalos, Gary Faulhaber, Pat Fugate, Larry Johnson, Dale Johnston, Sam Jones, Fred Jossi, Joe Keller, John Ludlow, Bill McBerney, Ken McIntosh, Dean Officer, Dwight Ottenbacher, Bob Schnepel, Glenn Snowley, Larry Soto, Tim Williams, and Paul Wunishe.

  • 1971 OCAA State Champions
  • 1971 NW Regional Champions
  • 1971 NJCAA National Champions
  • 5 NW Region Individual Champions
  • 2 NJCAA Individual National Champions
  • 6 NJCAA All-Americans
  • Inducted into NWAACC HOF in 200
 

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