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Wittenberg Athletics Hall Of Honor Welcomes 2010 Class

23 July 2010 No Comment

Staci Bertelli Radtke ’97, Bill Bibbee ’71, Glenn Hendrix ’75, Larry Peacock ’70 and Anthony Robinson ’96 will join 184 other Wittenberg greats in the university’s Athletics Hall of Honor during 2010 Homecoming Weekend ceremonies, Oct. 8-10.

Bertelli Radtke is one of the most decorated swimmers in Wittenberg history, with a total of eight All-America honors during her collegiate  career. Six of her national finishes were good for honorable mention All-America awards, in addition to All-America designations in 1995 and 1997.

Bibbee was a standout defensive tackle who helped the Tigers to a 33-4 overall record. Wittenberg was crowned national champions after  winning the OAC championship in 1969. The following year, Bibbee earned first-team all-conference honors as he helped the Tigers to a 9-0 record.

Hendrix is one of just 11 running backs in Tiger football history to top 2,000 career rushing yards. He earned two first-team All-OAC honors in his career, in addition to the Mike Gregory Award as the conference’s Offensive MVP in 1974. Hendrix was named team MVP in 1974, and he earned Lutheran All-America honors in 1973 and 1974.

Peacock was a feared linebacker who served as a team captain and earned All- OAC and team MVP honors as a senior while helping the Tigers to a national championship in 1969. The Tigers posted a four-year record of 32-5 and won two OAC championships during Peacock’s gridiron career. Peacock, who also helped to establish the men’s lacrosse team in 1967, captained the team and earned All-Midwest honors in 1970.

Robinson led Wittenberg’s men’s basketball team in assists and steals four straight years and the NCAC three straight years between 1992-96. A threetime All-NCAC honoree, Robinson owns school records for assists and steals in a game, season and career after helping the Tigers to three NCAC regular season titles, one NCAC Tournament crown and a third-place finish in the 1994 NCAA Division III Tournament.


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