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Nicole Anderson

Exposure to different experiences at Lake Superior State University helped me to learn and decide what I wanted to do with my life. There were many opportunities to help my learning experience, including day and weekend trips to various geological sites. It wasn’t all travel though; there was lots of hands-on experience that helped demonstrate what we learned in lectures.

Nicole Anderson
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Hall of Fame

1996 Hall of Fame Inductees

Rick Comley

  • 1967-1971 Ice Hockey
  • NAIA All American (1968)
  • 1970-71 International Collegiate Hockey Association All Star
  • 151 career points (44 goals, 107 assists)
  • Led Lakers in assists three times
  • Clifford Everett Outstanding Athlete Award recipient (1971)

Gunile Myers-DeVault

  • 1974-83 Coach
  • Pioneered the women's athletics program at LSSU
  • LSSU first women's basketball coach (87-112)
  • First Women's Athletic Coordinator
  • Laker tennis coach (1974-1983)

Gary Fors

  • 1972-76 Basketball
  • NAIA All-American (1973-74; 1974-75; 1975-76)
  • NAIA All-District 23 (1973-74; 1974-75; 1975-76)
  • GLIAC All-League (1972-73; 1973-74; 1974-75; 1975-76)
  • Led team in scoring four straight seasons (23.1 career average)
  • Terry McDermott Award recipient (1973)
  • Clifford Everett Award recipient (1975, 1976)

Archie Orazietti

  • 1966-70 Ice Hockey
  • NAIA All-American (1969, 1970)
  • Defenseman who talied 109 points (24 goals, 85 assists)
  • Two-time MVP (1969, 1970)
  • Team captain for three years (1967-70)

Ron Mason

  • 1966 to 1973 Ice Hockey
  • Laker's first hockey coach, compiling a 129-47-8 (.723) record
  • Led the Lakers to the 1972 NAIA National Championship and three NAIA runner-up trophies (1968, 1969, 1970)
  • Coached 19 NAIA All-Americans

Shaun Lake Antler

  • Volleyball 1977-1981
  • Earned eight varsity letters including four in volleyball, two in softball and two as a basketball cheerleader · Four-time volleyball team captain, her teams posted a career record of 98-33, two SMAIAW titles (79, 81) and GLIAC championship (79)
  • Two-time All-State College Volleyball as a setter (78, 79)
  • Two-time Midwest AIAW Tournament Team (79, 81)
  • Three-time recipient of the Ronald `Bud' Cooper Coaches Award
  • Terry McDermott Award recipient
  • Outstanding female athlete (77-78)

Jamie Fleming Berge

  • 1975-1979
  • Led team in scoring four consecutive years (76-80), one of only two in Laker sports history to accomplish that feat
  • Career 15.2 scoring average
  • Four-time team MVP
  • First team GLIAC and SMAIAW (78-79)
  • Terry McDermott Award recipient (1975)
  • Outstanding female athlete (1978-79)

Randy McArthur

  • Hockey 1966-1970
  • NAIA All American (1969)
  • ICHA All Star (1968, 1969, 1970)
  • Led the Lakers in goals scored three consecutive years (1967-70) and points twice (1968, 1969)
  • 208 career points (113 goals, 95 assists)
  • Scored six goals in a game (Ohio State, 1968), 13 game winning goals, 5 season and 13 career hat tricks

Brad Shouldice

  • Track, Basketball 1966-1970
  • Three-sport athlete who earned 10 varsity letters including two in cross country, and four each in track and basketball.
  • Two-time NAIA District 23 All-Star (1969, 1970)
  • Twice led team in scoring (22.3ppg, 1969, 1970)
  • Captain or co-captain in all three sports in one year
  • Michigan Collegiate Conference All-Conference basketball (1970)
  • Established several Lake State track records ; MVP of the track squad in each of his four years.
  • Cliff Everett Award recipient (1969, 1970)

Helen Vukovich

  • Volleyball 1976-1977, 1980-1982
  • GLIAC All-conference (1980, 1981)
  • LSSC's Outstanding female athlete (1977, 1981, 1982)
  • Terry McDermott Award recipient (1976)

Archie Orazietti

  • Hockey 1966-1970
  • NAIA All-American (1969, 1970)
  • Defenseman who scored 24 goals, 85 assists (109 points)
  • Two-time team MVP (1969, 1970)
  • Terry McDermott Award recipient (1967)
  • Cliff Everett Award recipient (1968, 1970)

Frank Hamilla

  • Basketball 1955-1957
  • Two-time leading scorer for the Soo Hornets with a 21.2 points per game average
  • He and his teammates posted a 36-5 record
  • Clifford Everett Award recipient (1956-1957)

 

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