Sue Brozovich '88: A four-year letter winner from 1985-88, Sue Brozovich amassed career records of 103-31 in singles and 92-28 in doubles. In 1988, she finished with a 26-10 singles record and the MAC's No. 1 singles title, making her the only woman in conference history to capture four singles crowns at that time. In her senior year, she was ranked eighth regionally in singles by the Intercollegiate Tennis Coaches Association, while her 29-12 doubles record led to a No. 4 regional ranking. As a senior, Brozovich captained the Red and White to its fourth MAC championship of her four varsity seasons.
Tom Bryant '55: Tom Bryant collected four letters in basketball from 1952-55. His squads won three MAC championships and made two NCAA Tournament appearances. For his career, Bryant amassed 837 points, including 39 in a 1955 contest versus Bowling Green, good for 13th place on Miami's all-time single-game scoring list at that time. Bryant averaged 15.3 points and 9.7 rebounds as a senior, earning him first-team all-MAC honors. Bryant went on to a successful career in coaching and athletic administration. He is a member of the Ohio High School Basketball Coaches Hall of Fame and served as head coach and athletic director at Centre College in Danville, Ky., where he earned Division III South Region Coach of the Year honors three times in a five-year span.
Dick Clarke '90: Dick Clarke was awarded four letters from 1987-90. During that period, he captured seven MAC championships, amassing two titles apiece in the 500-freestyle, 200-butterfly and 400-individual medley and a lone championship in the 1,650-freestyle. He also held Miami all-time records in the 500-, 1,000- and 1,650-freestyle events, along with four freshman records for the Red and White. At Miami, Clarke also made his mark nationally. In 1988, he qualified for the U.S. Olympic Trials in Austin, Texas in the 100- and 200-meter butterfly. A year later, he garnered All-America honors by finishing sixth in the 200-yard butterfly at the NCAA championships in Indianapolis. For his efforts, Clarke was named Miami's 1988-89 Male Athlete of the Year.
Cash Powell Jr. '52: From 1948-52, Powell earned six varsity letters (three apiece in cross country and track) and two freshman numerals. During his varsity career, he won five MAC titles with victories in cross country and track's one-mile run in 1951 and '52 and a lone triumph in the two-mile run in 1952. His performance in the 1951 mile-run event set school and conference records. He also collected Ohio College championships in the mile-run in 1951 and '52 and set a meet record in the two-mile run in 1952. In 1951, he garnered second-team All-America honors with a 10th place finish in the NCAA Cross Country Championships.
Lester Smith '69: Smith participated in the pole vault for Miami from 1966-69. As a senior, he captured the MAC pole vault titles with a 16-foot-6-inch effort. In that same year, Smith vaulted to the national titles at the NCAA national indoor pole vault championship. In doing so, he defeated world record-holder and 1968 Olympic champion Bob Seagren of the University of Southern California. Smith also was victorious at two other major national meets in 1969, claiming wins at the Milwaukee Journal Games and the Washington National Invitational Championships. Additionally, Smith was a member of Miami's 1967 MAC championship track team, which was one of only two Red and White track squads to capture a MAC title in a 14-year span.
Scott Tyler '65: As a two-sport star at Miami from 1961-63, Tyler earned school, conference and national accolades for his athletic accomplishments. He earned three letters in football form 1961-63, helping Miami compile a 19-9-3 record in his three seasons. He collected first-team all-MAC honors in 1962, rushing for 538 yards and six touchdowns at halfback while also leading the defense with five interceptions. At the conclusion of the campaign, he was named MVP of the Tangerine Bowl versus Houston. In track, Tyler held Miami all-time records in the 100-yard dash, 110-yards high hurdles and 220-yard dash. He also became the first man in MAC history to qualify for seven events in a single-day meet. Tyler played for four Canadian Football teams and three NFL squads, winning both Grey Cup and Super Bowl Championships.