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K-State announces 2013 Hall of Fame class

By The Mercury

Kansas State athletics will honor a group of 10 individuals with induction into the K-State Athletics Hall of Fame this October, school officials announced Monday.

The 2013 class of the K-State Athletics Hall of Fame — the first since 2008 — includes former student-athletes Roy DeWitz (men’s basketball), Yana Dorodnova (women’s tennis), Lauren Goehring (volleyball), Steve Henson (men’s basketball), Jaime Mendez (football), Tammie Romstad (women’s basketball), Austra Skuyte (track and field), former athletic director Bebe Lee, as well as long-time supporters Dr. Richard Baker and Jack and Joanna Goldstein.

The class is the 10th in the history of the K-State Athletics Hall of Fame, including the charter class of 1990, and will be honored during the weekend of K-State’s home football game against Baylor on Oct. 12.

The official induction of the 2013 class will take place during ceremonies on Friday, Oct. 11. The class will also be recognized at halftime of the football game against Baylor the following day.

More ceremony details, including ticket information, will be announced in the coming weeks.

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