11 former Ohio State student athletes have been named to the University’s 2011 Hall of Fame class. These outstanding individuals (six men, five women) will join the 346 members already inducted.
The 11 person class includes:
Orlando Pace -- an offensive tackle for the Ohio State Buckeyes football team from 1994-1996. Pace was a two-time first team All-American and a two-time Lombardi Award winner. After finishing fourth in the 1996 Heisman voting, Pace entered the NFL draft and was selected first overall by the St. Louis Rams. Pace is widely though of as one of the greatest offensive tackles in college football history.
Mike Doss -- a three-year starting safety for the Ohio State Buckeyes football team, enjoyed a career that stretched from 1999-2002. Doss was a three-time first team All American and a co-captain of the 2002 national championship team. Doss started 40 games during his tenure at Ohio State and racked up 331 tackles.
The nine remaining members to be inducted on September 9, 2011 are:
Didi Albrecht (rowing) Raj Bhavsar (men’s gymnastics)Mitch Clark (wrestling) Katy Craig (women’s track and field)Jessica Marshall (pistol)Leo Raskowski (football)Stacey Roth (softball)Bobby Watkins (football) Kristen White (women’s golf)
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