A former swimming team and four individuals were inducted into the annual University of South Florida Hall of Fame class at Saturday’s fund-raising auction.

Former men’s basketball star Charlie Bradley, women’s basketball player Wanda Guyton, former Athletics Director Dick Bowers, former Olympian and All-American in rifle Michelle Scarborough, and the members of the 1984-85 national champions USF swimming team were all recognized for their achievments.

“This group represented the University of South Florida with class in all endeavors, while bringing prestige and pride to the USF Athletics department through their success in the athletic realm,” said Hall of Fame Executve Committee Chairman Lee Roy Selmon. “Their accomplishments while competing for the Green and Gold were nothing short of remarkable.”

Bradley:

– USF’s first ever player to have jersey retired.

– USF all-time leading scorer with 2,319 points.

– He scored in double-figures for 84 consecutive games.

Guyton:

– Two-time WNBA champion.

– She owns 10 records still at USF despite playing in the mid 1980s.

Bowers:

– Served as Athletics Director from 1966-1982, helping establish the Sun Belt conference.

Scarborough:

– She was a four time All-American and Academic All-American

– She was a two-time national champion, and an Olympian in the rifle.

The 84-85 swimming team:

Nancy Bercaw, Suzanne Crenshaw, Susan Duncan, Merit Greaves, Tracey Hayes, Dawn Hewitt, Alicia McHugh, Margaret Mortell, Julie Muller, Joni Troupe, assistant coach Lou Manganiello and coach Bill Mann combined to win the school’s first national championship, totaling five individual titles in 1985.

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— Another reminder that at 10 p.m. tonight USF softball will find out if its made the NCAA tournament.

-K.K.

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