Jack Glowik '87: Jack Glowik lettered as a defensive lineman from 1974-77. He earned first-team all-MAC honors as a middle guard his last two seasons. He was named Miami and Mid-American Conference Defensive Player of the Year as a senior after registering 185 tackles, 19 tackles for loss, five pass deflections and two fumble recoveries. As a co-captain his senior year, he helped lead Miami to a 10-1 record and the MAC championship. Glowik played on three MAC championship teams and two Tangerine Bowl championship squads. Miami posted a 34-10-1 record during his four years, including a 21-1-1 mark his first two seasons.
Rich Hampton '74: Rich Hampton lettered in basketball from 1972-74. He was a first-team all-MAC selection and Miami's team MVP as a junior, when he led Miami in scoring (14.9), rebounding (9.2) and field goal percentage (.519). He was also Miami's Defensive Player of the Year as a junior. As a senior, he served as a team captain and earned second-team all-league honors after averaging 12.6 points and 7.7 rebounds per game. During his career, he tied the school record for single-game field goal percentage when he connected on 10 of 11 shots at Toledo (.909) his senior year. Hampton concluded his career with 893 points and 576 rebounds.
Kris Livingston '84: Kris Livingston, who lettered in women's basketball from 1980-83, ranked fifth in school history in career scoring (1,226), seventh in career field goal percentage (.489) and sixth in career steals (211). She was a first-team all-MAC selection as a junior and earned academic all-conference recognition as a senior. She was the team's second-leading scorer her last three years, averaging 12.4 points as a senior, 11.5 as a junior and 11.4 as a sophomore. Miami posted an 81-41 record during her four years, including a 45-15 mark and two MAC championships her last two season.
Greg Sullivan '79: Greg Sullivan, who lettered as a defensive end from 1976-78, was an honorable mention all-American as a junior and senior and was the sixth player in Miami history to earn first-team all-MAC honors three times. As a senior, Sullivan was Miami's defensive MVP. He led Miami with 14 tackles for loss (-126 yards) and seven pass deflections and finished third on the team with 113 tackles. Miami posted a 10-1 record and won the MAC championship his junior year. As a sophomore, Sullivan was third on the team with 107 tackles and second on the squad with seven tackles for loss (-36 yards).