Foursome brings hall's membership to 125 in ceremony at Bellingham Golf and Country Club
deKubber, Stevenson, Swanson and Thomas make up Class of 2013
With a 30-2 men's team trying to defend its national title, and a 28-3 women's team also headed to the Elite Eight, Western Washington is enjoying remarkable basketball success.
Women meet CSUMB at 5 p.m. and men face CSUSB at 7:30 p.m.
Vikings place second nationally in women's rowing
In 17th year as senior women's administrator and 22nd overall at WWU ... In second year of second three-year term as member of Women's Basketball Coaches Association Board of Directors ... Has served on Kodak All-American Selection Committee as well as WBCA national and West Region rating committees ... Has 446-169 record with winning percentage of 72.5 in 21 seasons as head women's basketball coach at WWU (took one-year leave of absence in 2003-04), directing Vikings to 19 post-season appearances ... Winningest women's basketball coach in school history ... Ranks No.18 among active NCAA II coaches in victories and winning percentage is No.12 ... Ranks No.24 in winning percentage among NCAA II coaches all-time and No.35 in wins ... Has coached 12 All-Americans and 46 conference all-stars ... Her 1999-2000 team posted 27-4 record and reached final four at NCAA II National Championships, the school's best national finish, and her 2005-06 Vikings finished 27-2 and had 21-game winning streak, both school records ... First person in any sport and one of just two overall to represent WWU at nationals as player, assistant coach and head coach ... Has led Vikings to 16 20-win seasons and 20 post-season appearances... Selected to WWU's all-time basketball team for school's first 100 years ... Great Northwest Athletic Conference Coach of the Year in 2001 and 2006, and WBCA West Region Coach of the Year in 2010 and 2011 ... Named Little All-Northwest Coach of the Year in 2000 and Pacific Northwest Athletic Conference Coach of the Year in 1995 and 1996 ... Received bachelor's degree in physical education in 1986 and master's degree in student personnel administration in 1999, both from WWU ... Named to three All-American teams for Vikings in 1985-86 as well as earning NAIA National all-tournament (second-team) and District 1 co-Player of the Year honors ... Scored 1,757 points and grabbed 896 rebounds during four-year career, playing first two seasons at Biola University CA ... All-Province selection as prep, leading Penticton High School to British Columbia championship ... 47 years old ... She and husband John Garrison have three children: two daughters, Kennedy 12 and Aspen 10, and one son, Grey, 8.
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