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2014 Hall of Fame Induction Reviewed by Zachary Shaver on . On Saturday, October 11th, the 2014 class of the Yavapai College Athletic Hall of Fame was inducted at a ceremonial luncheon on the Rock House patio on the camp On Saturday, October 11th, the 2014 class of the Yavapai College Athletic Hall of Fame was inducted at a ceremonial luncheon on the Rock House patio on the camp Rating: 0
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2014 Hall of Fame Induction

On Saturday, October 11th, the 2014 class of the Yavapai College Athletic Hall of Fame was inducted at a ceremonial luncheon on the Rock House patio on the campus of Yavapai College. This year’s inductees included:

Mr. Paul Roberts – Contributor
Mr. Roberts served as the Roughrider Club president for 11 years. Paul was instrumental in instituting community interaction with the athletic teams and the community through programs that involved the youth of the community and the Roughrider athletes. As one former Roughrider coach said, “Mr. Roberts has done as much for Yavapai College Athletics within the community as anyone. Is a dedicated supported to the Roughriders.”
Paul-Roberts

1990 Soccer Team – 21–1-1 – ACCAC Champs – NJCAA Region I Champs – NJCAA West District Champs – NJCAA National Champions – First Soccer National Championship Team

Goalkeepers (3)
1 – Justin Ground (Tucson, AZ/Amphitheater)
20 – Andre Luciano (Las Vegas, NV/Chaparral)
24 – Marvin Cassler (Tucson, AZ/Sabino)

Defenders (11)
3 – Kurt Funkhouser (Phoenix, AZ/Arcadia)
5 – Jose Corona (Tolleson, AZ/Tolleson)
6 – Peter Orona (Phoenix, AZ/Maryvale)
13 – Tony Robson (Phoenix, AZ/Greenway)
15 – Mate Kozul (Phoenix, AZ/Camelback)
16 – Rocco DeNardis (Nepean, Ontario/Merivale)
18 – Brett Wright (Las Vegas, NV/Western)
19 – Mike Wilcynski (Tempe, AZ/McClintock)
21 – Tyler Schlink (Phoenix, AZ/Thunderbird)
22 – Nick Bramini (Phoenix, AZ/Moon Valley)
25 – Ken McMillen (Prescott, AZ/Prescott)

Attackers (12)
2 – Bobby Bell (Tucson, AZ/Cholla)
4 – Jose Miranda (Tucson, AZ/Sunnyside)
7 – Steve Macias (Glendale, AZ/Apollo)
8 – Jeff Stringham (Chandler, AZ/Dobson)
9 – Ed Brooks (Chandler, AZ/Dobson)
10 – Edson Rico (Las Vegas, NV/Las Vegas)
11 – Joe Owen (Tucson, AZ/Sahuaro)
12 – Joe Harman (Fort Huachuca, AZ/Buena)
14 – Kobah Washington (Mesa, AZ/McClintock)
17 – Heath Tagtmeyer (Tempe, AZ/Corona Del Sol)
23 – Remy Bilsback (Bergen, Norway/Bergen)
26 – Roger Salazar (Las Vegas, NV/Western)

Coaching Staff (1)
Mike Pantalione
1990-Team

Billy Hatcher – 1980 & 1981
1980
.451 Batting Average (73/162)
58 runs scored
8 home runs
14 doubles
45 runs batted in
.911 field percentage
1st Team All-ACCAC
3rd Team NJCAA All-American

1981
.371 Batting Average
30 game hitting streak
43 runs batted in
6 home runs
ACCAC Player of the Year
1st Team All-ACCAC
1st Team NJCAA All-Southwest Region
1st Team NJCAA All-American

Drafted by the Chicago Cubs in the 6th round of the 1981 amateur draft
Sandra-and-Grace-Hatcher

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