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Morning Sun
  • MIAA names Hall of Fame Class of 2012

  • KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Assocation named its MIAA Hall of Fame Class of 2012 on Monday — twelve individual athletes and five national championship teams from the 1990s.

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  • KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Assocation named its MIAA Hall of Fame Class of 2012 on Monday — twelve individual athletes and five national championship teams from the 1990s.
    Pittsburg State will be represented by Ronald Moore and Christie (Allen) Logue, as well as the 1991 football team.
    Moore, a football running back for Pittsburg State from 1989-1992, captured the 1992 Harlon Hill Award as the NCAA Division II National Player of the Year during his senior season. He finished his collegiate career as the school’s all-time rushing leader with 4,299 yards and 52 touchdowns.
    Logue, a women’s track & field and cross country student-athlete at PSU from 1989-1993, finished her distinguished career as an eight-time NCAA Division II All-American. She was named the NCAA Division II Woman Athlete of the Year in 1993.
    Other inductees include Jim Crane, Bill Fennelly, Rosie Jones and Tad Reid of Central Missouri, Emily (Bloss) Carpenter and Deandra (Doubrava) McBride of Emporia State, Walter Ryle and Ed Schneider of Truman State, Chris Greisen of Northwest Missouri State, MIAA football and basketball official Bill Lowe, 1992 Missouri Southern softball, 1994 Central Missouri baseball, 1998 Northwest Missouri football and 1999 Northwest Missouri football.
    The official enshrinement will be June 7 at the Downtown Marriott in Kansas City, Mo., headquarters of the MIAA.
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