Brian Carlton '84: A four-year track and cross country letterwinner, Carlton was a member of three Mid-American Conference Championship teams. He won five individual MAC track titles and was named co-outstanding performer of the 1983 and 1985 MAC Track and Field Championships. Carlton was redshirted during his senior year but completed his track eligibility as a graduate student, earning his master's degree from Miami in 1985. He capped the 1983 and 1985 seasons garnering All-America honors by finishing fourth and third, respectively, in the 5,000 meters at the NCAA Championships. The 1982-83 Miami Male Athlete-of-the-Year, Carlton also was a three-time all-MAC cross country runner who paced Miami to a 16th-place NCAA Championship finish his senior year. He has record-setting times in the 5,000 and 10,000 meter runs.
Carolyn Condit: Condit has directed Miami's volleyball program since 1984, winning five Mid-American Conference Championships and mentoring four MAC Players of the Year along the way. A four-time MAC Coach of the Year, Condit won her 350th match at Miami during the 2001 campaign while guiding the Red and White to its 11th MAC Tournament Appearance. In 1998, Condit led Miami to the NCAA Tournament for the fifth time, guiding the Red and White to the MAC's regular-season and tournament championships. The 1998 team finished with 27 wins, including the program's first NCAA Tournament victory. Along with her success on the court, Condit has guided her student-athletes to success in the classroom boasting superior graduation rates.
Molly Cullen '92: One of the most prolific distance runners in Miami women's track and field and cross country history, Cullen won three individual Mid-American Conference titles during her collegiate career. Miami's 1991-92 Female of the Year, Cullen earned All-American status after finishing fifth in the 5,000-meter run at the 1992 NCAA Championships. That same season, Cullen won the 3,000- and 5,000-meter runs at the MAC Track and Field Championships, establishing Miami records in both events, while earning the right to compete at the 1992 U.S. Olympic Trials. On the cross country course, Cullen was the individual champion at the 1991 MAC Cross Country Meet and advanced to the 1991 NCAA Championships.
Dan Dalrymple '88: In a league of his own as both a student-athlete and coach, Dalrymple has left an indelible impression on Miami's athletic tradition. A four-year starter as an offensive lineman for the Miami football team from 1983-86, Dalrymple was a first-team all-MAC selection in 1985 and '86. Selected as a member of the Cincinnati Enquirer's all-20th Century Miami football team, Dalrymple was a team captain when the Red and White captured the 1986 MAC Championship. Served as Miami's strength and conditioning coach rom 1989 to 2008, earning MAC Strength and Conditioning Professional of the Year honors three times during his career.
Curt McMillan '93: One of the most dominant linebackers ever to wear the Red and White, McMillan instilled fear in the hearts of Miami's football opponents from 1989-92. A first-team All-American by Gannett News in 1992, as well as a third-team Associated Press All-American, McMillan led the nation in tackles per game as a junior and senior. He was twice named the Mid-American Conference Defensive Player of the Year and held Miami's career record of 575 tackles, including 297 solo stops. Through 33 career starts, McMillan had 10 or more tackles 31 times, including a string of 26 straight games with at least 10 stops. The 1992 Dick Butkus Award candidate topped the 20-tackle mark nine times during his junior and senior seasons.
Larry Yearwood '81: Compiling a remarkable 215-46 overall record form 1978-82, Yearwood was one of the most dominant singles and doubles players in Mid-American Conference men's tennis history. During his four-year career, Yearwood amassed eight MAC singles and doubles championships, including the No. 1 singles championship as a junior and senior. Yearwood compiled a 106-27 singles record, while becoming the fifth player in MAC history to earn four individual titles. In doubles play, Yearwood forged a 109-19 record, which included two MAC titles at No. 1 doubles, and one each at No. 2 and No. 3. During his four years of play, Yearwood helped lead Miami to four MAC Championships. During his career, he was the only player in MSC history to earn eight singles and doubles championships.