Kenneth Daniels '75: Ken Daniels lettered in tennis at Miami from 1972-75. A three-time all-Mid-American Conference selection, he led Miami to three MAC titles in 1972, '74 and '75. As the No. 1 singles and doubles player during his four-year career, Daniels amassed a 65-37 singles record and a 75-22 doubles mark with Dave Brown. The two-year captain earned three MAC doubles titles (1972, '74 and '75), while gaining two singles runner-up titles his freshman and sophomore years. Daniels participated in three consecutive NCAA tournaments (1973-75). He also was a three-time academic all-MAC selection.

Danny Hall '77: Danny Hall lettered in baseball at Miami from 1974-77. A 1977 co-captain, he garnered second-team all-MAC honors as a junior and senior, earning the team-s Golden Glove award as the top fielder both seasons. During his senior campaign, the second baseman hit .325 after batting .358 his junior year. Danny was a member of Miami's 1974 MAC championship team that advanced to the NCAA playoffs. After his playing stint at Miami, Hall remained with the program as a graduate assistant for two seasons under Bud Middaugh.

Frank Lukacs '69: Frank Lukacs lettered in basketball at Miami from 1966-69 MAC championship squad in scoring and was named the team's MVP. During that season, Miami upset 10th-ranked Notre Dame in the first round of the 32-team NCAA tournament. Considered one of college basketball's best defenders at the time, Frank held Notre Dame's Austin Carr, the leading scorer in NCAA history at the time, to eight points. In 1968-69, Miami played Kentucky in the inaugural Millett Hall game with Frank tallying 29 points. He earned first-team all-MAC accolades as a senior.

Bryan Pownall '82: A four-year award winner in track and cross-country, Bryan Pownall was a member of three Mid-American Championship teams while at Miami. He was a four time NCAA qualifier and earned All-American honors with his 32nd place finish at the 1980 NCAA Cross-Country Championships. Pownall became one of Miami's individual cross country champions when he captured the 1980 MAC Cross Country Championship. He also won MAC Championships in the 5,000 meters in 1980 and in the 10,000 meters in 1981. Pownall was a five time all-MAC selection in cross country and track and was named Miami's Male Athlete of the Year in 1981. 

Pam Wettig: Wettig served as Miami's first full-time women's coach, as well as the first full-time women's coach in the state of Ohio. During her tenure, she coached basketball and softball, and in 1978-79, was named assistant athletic director. From 1975-84, Pam compiled a 131-102 basketball record, the most wins of any Miami women's basketball coach at that time, and led three successive teams to 20 or more victories (1981-83). She earned MAC Coach of the Year accolades in 1982 and 1983 after winning a pair of conference titles. In 1981-82, Miami finished with a school-best 24 wins (24-9) and advanced to the AIAW National Tournament. In addition to personal achievements as a coach, Wettig also tutored Miami Hall of Famers Mary Ann Myers (inducted in 1989), who at the time was the only Miami female athlete to have a jersey retired, and Kris Livingston (inducted in 1997).