Dick Adams '71: Football ... three-year letterwinner (1968-70) ... selected first-team all-MAC defensive back and kick returner in 1969 and 1970 ... over his career he established 14 records and tied two others, including four Mid-American Conference marks ... set national records for punt returns (55) and total kick returns (70) ... also played defensive back and punted for Miami ... owned a part of three school records for interceptions in a season (7 - twice) and punt returns in a game (12) and season (55) ... was drafted by the Houston Oilers, but played professionally in Canada.
Harold "Whitey" Fisher '45: Track ... four-year letter winner (1942-45) ... a two-time all-American in the 120-yard high hurdles and the 220-yard low hurdles ... only Miamian at the time to earn four all-America honors ... posted top four finishes at the 1944 and 1945 NCAA Championships in the 120- and 220-yard hurdles ... in 1944, he ran the nation's fastest time in the 120-yard hurdles at the Drake Relays ... at the Purdue Relays in 1945, he posted an American indoor record time of 6.9 seconds in the 60-yard high hurdles.
Dr. Jim Goldey: Team physician at Miami for 20 years (1975-96), overseeing up to 22 sports during his tenure ... adjunct professor at both the Oxford and Middletown campuses, teaching sports medicine ... retired after 35 years of service to the McCullough-Hyde hospital in Oxford, Ohio ... also was a family practitioner in Oxford from 1961-77 ... Oxford High School team physician from 1961-77.
Sean Gorgone '91: Golf ... four-year letterwinner (1988-91) ... during that time, one of only eight golfers in conference history to earn first-team all-MAC status all four years, becoming just the second in program history to achieve the feat ... a two-time honorable mention all-American (1989-90) ... produced back-to-back conference medalist finishes (1989-90) ... during that time, one of only four Miamians to earn two individual conference titles and one of only two Miami golfers to earn medalist honors outright in back-to-back years ... helped Miami to four conference titles ... Miami made three straight NCAA Championship appearances during his tenure ... placed second at the 1990 NCAA Central Regional ... 1990 Miami Athlete of the Year.
Deland McCullough '96: Football ... four-year letterwinner (1992-95) ... 1995 Third-Team Associated Press all-American ... first-team all-MAC selection in 1992 and 1995 ... second-team all-MAC in 1994 ... was the first Redskin to earn MAC Freshman of the Year in 1992 ... was a finalist for the Doak Walker Award as the nation's top running back ... ended his career as the MAC and Miami record holder for career rushing yards (4,368) and career carries (949) ... was the first Miami football player to lead the team in rushing four years in a row and post back-to-back 200-yard rushing performances ... topped 1,000 yards rushing in three of four seasons.
Julie Rhoda '92: Track/Cross Country ... four-year letterwinner (1989-92) ... finished 10th in 1993 NCAA Championships in the 3000-meter run, earning all-American honors ... 1993 MAC Track Athlete of the Year ... captured MAC track title in the 3000 and 5000 meters in 1993 ... qualified for the 1992 NCAA Cross Country Championships and finished 35th ... won the 1992 MAC Cross Country Individual Championship ... participated in the 1993 United States Olympic Festival.
Vickie Shields '85: Women's Tennis ... four-year letterwinner (1981-85) ... played No. 1 singles and doubles and helped lead Miami to four straight MAC titles ... twice won MAC singles titles (1982 and 1983) and captured three doubles crowns ... was selected all-MAC in three of four seasons ... participated in the 1982 NCAA Championships with her doubles' partner Ann VanWallaghem ... was the first women's tennis player to earn Athlete of the Year honors at Miami.