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Eight new honorees and two teams joined the 159 members of the WSU Athletic Hall of Fame during campus ceremonies Sept. 21-22, 2012.

2012 Hall of Fame Class

Isaac Fontaine

 Washington State's all-time scoring leader with 2,003 points
 Finished his career 12th on the Pacific-10 Conference career scoring list
 Two-time All-Pac-10 first team selection
 WSU's Pac-10 medal recipient in 1997
 After WSU had stints in the NBA and played professionally in Italy

Samson Kimombwa

 Garnered a total of nine All-America certificates from 1975-80
 Captured the 1977 NCAA 10,000m outdoor title
 Broke the world record for the 10,000m in a time of 27:31.47 at the World Games in Helsinki
 Won three conference titles and had eight NCAA top-five finishes in his career

Kim Lynass

 WSU's all-time leader in goals (80) and points scored (177)
 Single-season mark of 30 goals in 1990 ranked third and 1.50 goals per game ranked fourth in all-time NCAA records
 Continues to hold school top four season marks in goals and points
 NCAA Far West All-America First Team (1993) and Pac-10 All-Academic (1993)

Steve Ostermann

 Three-year starter at guard for the Cougars
 Three-time All-Pacific-8 Conference first-team selection
 Named to the All-West Coast first team by both Associated Press and United Press International following junior season
 Selected for Hula Bowl after his senior campaign
 received WSU's Laurie Niemi Award for courage, spirit and humility

Jenni Ruff

 Finished her Cougar career among numerous top 10 lists, including second in points scored (1,526) and third in rebounds (727)
 Scored a school-record 41 points against California
 Set Pac-10 records with 203 free throws and 261 free throw attempts senior year
 All-Pac-10 first team and Kodak (WBCA) and Associated Press honorable mention All-America

Gabriel Tiacoh

 Spent three years in Pullman, arriving after two years at the University of Paris
 Captured the silver medal in the 400m at the 1984 Olympics after his sophomore season
 Three-time Pac-10 champion in same event
 Captured the NCAA title as a senior, running school- and meet-record time of 44.30

Jack Fanning

 Played football and ran track for the Cougars from 1955-60
 Career football totals were 45 receptions for 714 yards, along with a 15.9 per catch average
 Led the nation in TD receptions with nine in 1957, same season he caught a school-record three TD passes against Nebraska
 Competed as a pole vaulter in track.

Bud Roffler

 Earned three varsity letters in football and two in baseball
 Two-way player on the gridiron, scoring team-best nine touchdowns as a senior
 During career accounted for touchdowns rushing, passing receiving, returning both kickoffs and punts
 Senior year led baseball team in hits, batting average, RBI and doubles.

1950 WSU Baseball

 Reached NCAA title game

1977 WSU Indoor Track

 NCAA Champions

Washington State Cougars Men's Basketball