Kevin Beaton '83: A defenseman on the Miami hockey team from 1980-83, Beaton ranked seventh on the Miami hockey career scoring list with 150 points and was tied for third on the all-time assists list with 103. A two-year captain and team MVP for head coach Steve Cady, Beaton led Miami to a 73-66-6 mark during his career. He was a second-team all-Central Collegiate Hockey Association (CCHA) selection as a senior, when he helped lead Miami to an 18-17-1 mark and its first-ever berth in the CCHA playoffs. Beaton was the Redskins' Rookie of the Year in 1980 and received the Coaches/Blue Line Club Award in 1981.
Mel Brodt '49: Mel Brodt, a four-year letterman in track at Miami, served as the head cross country and track and field coach at Bowling Green State University from 1960 to 1984. During his tenure at Bowling Green, he developed 53 NCAA Division I all-Americans, five collegiate record holders, three American record holders and one Olympic champion. He compiled dual meet records of 89-44-2 in track and 146-55 in cross country. In 1972, he was named NCAA Indoor Track Coach of the Year as well as NCAA District IV Coach of the Year in track and cross country. He is a member of the Ohio Association of Track Coaches Hall of Fame, the Ohio Track and Field Hall of Fame and the Bowling Green State University Hall of Fame.
John Erisman '67: John Erisman closed out his Miami career ranked among the all-time leaders in season and career pass receptions, yards and touchdowns. A three-year letterman, Erisman ranked sixth on Miami's all-time list with 98 career pass receptions for 1,425 yards. He was second on Miami's touchdown reception list with 14, including nine as a senior in 1966. That season, he led both the team and the Mid-American Conference with 41 receptions for 600 yards. A two-time first-team all-MAC selection, Erisman registered four 100-yard receiving games in his career, including a career-high 150-yards vs. Cincinnati in 1966.
Elizabeth Workum '81: Elizabeth Workum was the all-time leading scorer in Miami field hockey history. From 1977-80, she scored 93 goals and 11 assists for 104 points, leading Miami to the 1980 state championship, regional runner-up and AIAW National Tournament. The 1981 Miami Female Athlete of the Year, Workum led the Redskins to a four-year mark of 53-22-3 under coach Lil Fesperman. Workum also threw the javelin for the Miami track and field team.
Mike Wren '71: Mike Wren, a three-year letterman for coaches Tates Locke and Darrell Hedric, helped lead Miami to two MAC titles, two NCAA Tournament berths and one appearance in the National Invitation Tournament. The two-time second-team all-MAC selection set Miami records for free throw attempts and free throw percentage in an NCAA Tournament game when he made 12 of 13 free throws (.923) against Notre Dame in 1969. He led the team in free throw shooting that season, hitting 86 of 104 (.827). Wren ranked among Miami's Top 10 in career free throw shooting percentage with a .763 mark (135-208).
Dave Young: Dave Young, a 1962 graduate of Bowling Green State University, served as Miami's sports information director from 1967-1991, the longest tenure of any Miami SID at that time. A 1992 inductee into the CoSIDA (College Sports Information Directors of America) Hall of Fame, Young developed the All-America campaigns of such Redskin notables as Ron Harper and Bill Doran. During his Miami career, Young served as the official scorer at more than 1,800 Redskin baseball games. In 2003, the Miami baseball team and athletic department officially named the pressbox at McKie Field at Hayden Park in Young's name, "The Dave Young Press Box".