Bob Babich '69: At the time, Bob Babich was one of the youngest members to be selected for induction into Miami's Athletic Hall of Fame at the age of 27. An All-America linebacker for the Redskins form 1966-68, he graduated in 1969. He was voted the "Most Valuable Player" award twice by his teammates and selected as Miami's "Athlete of the Year" for the 1968-69 academic year. A two-time unanimous all-Mid-American Conference linebacker, he was also voted the "Defensive Player of the Year" in the MAC as he captained the 1968 team. Babich was selected first team All-America by the Football Coaches Association, The Sporting News and Time Magazine. He played in the American, North-South and Senior Bowls. A first-round draft choice of the San Diego Chargers. He also participated in the College All-Star Game in Chicago in 1969. After playing three years with San Diego, Babich was traded to the Cleveland Browns in 1975 and played for six seasons. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1975.
Bill Rohr: Bill Rohr, who was a member of the Athletic Hall of Fame at Ohio Wesleyan and Ohio University, coached Miami's basketball team for six seasons from 1951-57. His teams won 91 of 138 games, captured four Mid-American Conference championships and participated in three NCAA Tournaments. A 1940 graduate of Ohio Wesleyan, where he was a standout basketball player, Rohr began his coaching career as an assistant football coach under Paul Brown at Massillon. After his discharge from the U.S. Air Force in 1946, Rohr became head basketball coach at Portsmouth High School. In five years his teams won 82 of 111 games. Following his stay at Miami, Rohr accepted the head basketball coaching assignment at Northwestern. He took over the position as Athletic Director at Ohio University in 1963, ending his career in 1980. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1975.
Paul Schnackenberg '49: was a four-year letterman as a guard for Miami under basketball Coach W. J. "Blue" Foster from 1946-49. He was selected all-Ohio three years and made the all-Mid-American Conference team his senior year. He served as honorary co-captain during the 1947-48 season with Bob Brown, also a member of Miami's Athletic Hall of Fame. Schnackenberg could shoot with either hand and scored a total of 613 points before graduating in 1949. A total team player, he enjoyed passing and assisting his teammates in scoring. A graduate of South Shore High School in Chicago, Schnackenberg was also inducted into the Illinois Basketball Hall of Fame. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1975.
Paul Shoults '49: Paul Shoults was captain and voted the "Most Valuable Player" his senior year in football prior to graduation from Miami in 1949. He was twice selected all-Ohio and all-Mid-American Conference as a halfback. In four years from 1943, 1946-48, he helped Miami compile a record of 30-6-3 and capture its first MAC title in 1948. In addition to earning four letters in football, he also lettered three years as an outfielder in baseball. Following graduation, Shoults played one year of professional football with the New York Bulldogs (formerly the Boston Yanks) in the Eastern Division of the NFL. He served as head football coach at Fairview High School in Dayton for two years. Shoults returned to Miami in 1952 as freshman football coach under former teammate Ara Parseghian. He has been with Parseghian for 22 years at Miami, Northwestern, and Notre Dame as defensive secondary coach. He joins Parseghian and former Notre Dame assistant Tom Pagna in Miami's Athletic Hall of Fame. In 1977 Shoults was named associate athletic director at Eastern Michigan University. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1975.
Harry Stryker '28: Harry Stryker was an all-Ohio and all-Buckeye Conference fullback for Miami from 1925-27. An outstanding runner, pass receiver and punter, he gained mention on Walter Camp's All-America team in 1926 and also received special mention as one of Miami's All-Time Gridiron Greats. He helped Miami hand Oberlin its first defeat in four years during the 1926 season as he turned a fake punt into a 85-yard touchdown run. Stryker was a teammate of Miami Athletic Hall of Famers Tom Sharkey and Weeb Ewbank. An article in the Oxford newspaper stated: "Stryker was one of the greatest fullbacks in the history of football in Ohio colleges. He was a triple-threat runner who didn't miss a game in his three-year career. He was the one great threat that provided the backbone of Miami's offense and defense in 1925, 1926 and 1927." Stryker passed away in January of 1975. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1975.