The following members of the 22nd Class of Inductees to the H-Association Hall of Fame were honored at the Oct. 6, 2007 Student Princes football game versus Baldwin-Wallace College, followed by a ceremony on the Heidelberg campus that evening. Follow the link to see previously inducted members of the Hall of Fame.
David Zartman- ’57
Team Manager, Long-Time Service to Heidelberg Athletics
Timekeeper for football team … Scorekeeper for men’s basketball … Member of the Heidelberg Fellows Organization, Alumni H-Association and the National Alumni Council … Received the H-Association Distinguished Service Award … Previously inducted into the Athletic Hall of Fame with the 1955 football team in 2005 … Also received the 2007 Heidelberg Alumni Service Award.
Urshie Neal- ’70
Co-Most Valuable Player for the 1963 football team … A leading rusher at half back … Earned Honorable Mention All-Ohio Athletic Conference honors … Standout performer for the track team in broad jump and triple jump.
James Hollman- ’90
Three Ohio Athletic Conference Player of the Week honors … Second Team All-OAC as a freshman … Two-time Most Valuable Defensive Player … Two-time First Team All-OAC honoree … Heidelberg Weightlifter of the Year … Paul Hoernemann Award-winner … Named Pre-Season All-American by College Football Preview and Gazette … Received Honorable Mention as a Pizza Hut All-American.
Shannan Bowen-Sopko- ’95
Tennis, Volleyball, Basketball
Three-time tennis team MVP … Selected to the All-OAC and Academic All-OAC First Team for tennis … Placed second in the OAC at first singles four times, once at first doubles … Holds fifth place in the volleyball record book for average blocks per game with 1.39.
Men’s Golf Team- ’90-91
OAC Championship winning team coached by Dick West … Rob Karnes and Troy Wilson, and sophomore Rick Stone placed second, fifth and eighth respectively in the OAC Tournament … All three earned All-OAC honors … Karnes also was named First Team Academic All-OAC for the second year in a row … Also contributing greatly to the team were Charles “Des” Howe, Mike Pilkington, Todd Bertermann, Todd Bell, Todd DeBouver, and Scott Wolfe.