Hall of Fame Inductees 2007

Hall of Fame Inductees 2007

2007 inductees, left to right
Larry Kuester, Distinguished Service Award winner, Jack Voigt, Mike Wilson, Bob Bostwick, Lisa (Schultz) Dormady, Mike Kundinger and Greg Osterhaus.
 

Greg Osterhaus

Blue Devil catcher Greg Osterhaus ranks second in career home runs (30) and RBIs. A four-year first-team all-conference pick, Osterhaus earned 1995 DIII Midwest All-Region honors.

Mike Kundinger

Mike Kundinger holds the school and conference indoor (7-0.50) and outdoor (7-2.5) high jump records, marks he set in 1993. Kundinger earned both indoor and outdoor All-America honors.

Bob Bostwick

Bob Bostwick coached the Blue Devils’ football team from 1958-63, earning the respect of not only his athletes, but the entire student body. The 1962 Stout Outstanding Teacher, Bostwick recruited a number of eventual Hall of Fame inductees, providing a solid base for the upcoming years.

Jack Voigt

As a defensive back, Jack Voigt notched a then-school career record 15 interceptions from 1972 to 1975. Voigt twice earned all-conference honors and was the UW-Stout freshman athlete of the year.

Mike Wilson

Mike Wilson was a multitalented athlete, earning All-American honors in both football and track. The 1991 WSUC indoor 55-meter champion, Wilson excelled off the field in numerous organizations.

Lisa Schultz Dormady

Lisa Schultz Dormady helped turn the UW-Stout women’s basketball program around, earning its first post-season tournament bid in 1991, her senior year. Schultz finished her career with 858 points and 671 rebounds.

Larry Kuester

Larry Kuester earned the UW-Stout Athletic Distinguished Service Award. A member of the groundskeeping crew, Kuester labored constantly to make the fields playable for game day.

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