Billups leads class of 11 into CU Hall of Fame

Chauncey Billups
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<p>Shooting guard Chauncey Billups directs his Detroit Pistons teammates against the Minnesota Timberwolves in December 2013.</p>
Photo: Chauncey Billups, Pistons (AP)
Shooting guard Chauncey Billups directs his Detroit Pistons teammates against the Minnesota Timberwolves in December 2013.

The additional 10 future Hall of Famers:

  • Administrator Jon Burianek (1968-2006) worked in athletic department for 38 years.
  • Baseball player Bill Fanning (1946-49): The Buffs were 40-23-1 during his career.
  • Skier Stephan Hienzsch (1975-78) was the first national giant slalom champion at CU.
  • Baseball and assistant football coach Frank Prentup (1941-69) coached CU’s baseball for 24 seasons.
  • Football player Mike Pritchard (1987-90) was the MVP on CU’s 1990 national championship team.
  • Basketball player Erin Scholz (1993-97) is one of three Buffs to hit 1,000 points and 1,000 rebounds.
  • Runner Mark Scrutton (1979-83) was a two-time cross-country national champion.
  • Volleyball player Nicole Vranesh (1990-93): The Buffs went 47-19 in her final two seasons.
  • Basketball player Scott Wedman, (1971-74) still ranks 19th all-time in scoring.
  • Golfer Tom Woodard (1973-77) was the first African-American to play varsity golf at CU.

You can read much more on all 11 here.