Sixteen Trojans have been officially announced as inductees in USC’s Athletic Hall of Fame class of 2015, including legendary football coach Pete Carroll.
— USC Trojans (@USC_Athletics) July 7, 2014
Carroll, the two-time national champion and coach of the year, headlines a class which also includes All-American linebackers Jack Del Rio and Tim Rossovich, long-time John McKay assistant Dave Levy and quarterback Jimmy Jones, the first African-American quarterback to appear on the cover of Sports Illustrated.
Here’s more on the inductees:
Byron Black: All-American tennis player and national champion with a career record of 2 career singles titles and 22 career doubles titles.
Pete Carroll: Two-time national champion, 2003 Division 1-A Coach of the Year, four-time Pac-10 coach of the year, led USC to seven consecutive BCS bowl appearances.
Jack Del Rio: All-American linebacker, Rose Bowl MVP.
John Hamilton: Founder of the Newport Sports Museum.
Isabelle Harvey: Four-time All-American soccer player and 1998 Pac-10 Player of the Year. Holds USC career records for goals, assists, and points.
Joe Jares: USC graduate, sports writer and co-author of “Conquest, a Cavalcade of USC Football.”
Jimmy Jones: Member of the “Cardiac Kids,” set school records for career passes, yards, passing and rushing touchdowns, first African-American quarterback featured on Sports Illustrated cover.
Dave Levy: Assistant coach under John McKay for 16 years.
Harold Minor: All-American basketball player, Sports Illustrated College Basketball Player of the Year, 1992 Pac-10 Player of the Year.
Aniko Pelle: Four-time All-American water polo player and 2000 Peter J. Cutino Award winner (top player in college).
Mark Prior: All-American pitcher, Dick Howser Trophy winner, Golden Spikes Award winner, Rotary Smith Award winner.
Kristine Quance-Julian: Olympic gold medalist in 4×100 medley relay, ten-time USA national champions.
Don Quarrie: Olympic gold medalist in 200 meters for Jamaica.
Jennifer Rosales: All-American golfer and national champion, two-time LPGA tour winner.
Tim Rossovich: All-American linebacker.
Bob Yoder: All-American volleyball player and national champion, USC volleyball head coach (1982-89).