EARL ANTHONY — Bowling
One of the country’s all-time bowling greats Earl Anthony is the holder of 45 national Professional Bowlers’ Association titles. The first pro bowler to reach $1M in career earning. PBA player of the year six times. ABC Masters champion in 1977 and 1984. Member of both the Bowling Congress and PBA Halls of Fame.
HUGH CAMPBELL – Football & Coach
Considered one of football’s great pass receivers, the two-time Washington State University NCAA pass receiving champion, won All-America honors twice. He gained additional honors as a player and coach in the Canadian Football League with Edmonton. He also coached Houston in the NFL and Los Angeles in the USFL.
RON CEY — Baseball
One of Tacoma’s all-time top athletes Ron Cey spent 17 seaons in the major leagues including 12 with the Los Angeles Dodgers. He was a six-time National League All-Star. He was the Dodger MVP in 1975 and 1981. The Mt. Tahoma and WSU graduate is the all-time Dodger home run leader with 228.
RAY FRANKOWSKI – Football
One of the finest guards in University of Washington football history. He was an outstanding lineman for the Huskies during the Phelan-era in the 1930s. He was the first UW player to be named twice to an All-America team. He also is a member of the school’s sports Hall of Fame.
DICK HANNULA — Coach (Swimming)
One of the world’s premier swim coaches, Dick Hannula’s teams at Wilson High School of Tacoma won 24 consecutive state boys’ team swimming titles from 1960 to 1983, undefeated in 323 meets. Inducted in the International Swimming Hall of Fame, he holds scores of national honors. He served as the Swimming Commissioner of the 1990 Goodwill Games.
MARV HARSHMAN — Coach (Basketball)
One of Pacific Lutheran University’s legendary athletes, Marv Harshman became one of the nation’s top collegiate basketball coaches. He began his illustrious coaching career at PLU before moving onto Washington State and the University of Washington. His teams won 642 games over a 40-year span.
GORDON PFIEFER — Handball
One of the nation’s top handball players, Gordon Pfiefer won 15 world, national and professional titles in the 1970s and 1980s. A University of Puget Sound graduate, Pfiefer won back-to-back United States singles championships in 1971-72. He also was rated as one of the state’s standout slowpitch players.
RICK REDMAN – Football
A standout linebacker for University of Washington teams in 1962 through 1964, he won All-Coast recognition three times and also earned All-America honors. His professional career with the San Diego Chargers included nine years in the AFL where he won All-Pro selection several times.
DOUG SMART – Basketball
One of the University of Washington’s premier basketball stars, he starred for the Huskies in the 1950’s. He won numerous all-star honor, gaining All-America recognition in his junior and senior seasons. He led his Garfield Bulldogs to a state high school championship in 1955. He is now a prominent Seattle dentist.
KEN STILL — Golf
Winner of three major pro golf championships and a member of the Ryder Cup team, Tacoma native Ken Still is considered one of the state’s top all-time golfers. Over a four-decade career, his national titles include the Florida Citrus Open and the Milwaukee Open in 1969 and the Kaiser International in 1970.
WES STOCK — Baseball
Considered one of baseball’s premier pitching coaches, Wes Stock spent parts of five decades both as a relief pitcher and coach with five major league organizations. He started with Baltimore in 1959 and ended his active career with Oakland in 1993. He appeared in 321 major league games with a .675 winning percentage.
JERRY WILLIAMS – Football & Coach
Recognized for his distinguished football career both as a player and coach, he excelled as a high school star in Spokane, as a collegian at WSU and a professional with the LA Rams. His coaching career included a Grey Cup title with Hamilton in the CFL plus head coaching roles with Calgary in the CFL and the Philadelphia Eagles in the NFL.