12 to be inducted into OSU hall of fame

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Football players Neal Colzie, Andy Katzenmoyer and Dick LeBeau and basketball star
Michael Redd are among the 12 athletes and coaches to be inducted into the Ohio State Athletics Hall of
Fame.
The class, announced Tuesday, will be inducted on Sept. 25 and introduced to the public at halftime of
the home football game against Illinois the next day.
The list of inductees also includes: Robert Gary (cross country/track and field), Bob Hopper (swimming),
Pandel Savic (football); Kaja Fiserova (rowing), Allison Hanna (golf), Vanessa Immordino (field hockey),
Emma Laaksonen (ice hockey) and Jim Montrella (swimming coach).
Colzie (1972-74), Katzenmoyer (1996-98) and LeBeau (1956-58) all had successful NFL careers. Redd was a
three-time Ohio State MVP and currently plays for the Milwaukee Bucks.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Football players Neal Colzie, Andy Katzenmoyer and Dick LeBeau and basketball star
Michael Redd are among the 12 athletes and coaches to be inducted into the Ohio State Athletics Hall of
Fame.
The class, announced Tuesday, will be inducted on Sept. 25 and introduced to the public at halftime of
the home football game against Illinois the next day.
The list of inductees also includes: Robert Gary (cross country/track and field), Bob Hopper (swimming),
Pandel Savic (football); Kaja Fiserova (rowing), Allison Hanna (golf), Vanessa Immordino (field hockey),
Emma Laaksonen (ice hockey) and Jim Montrella (swimming coach).
Colzie (1972-74), Katzenmoyer (1996-98) and LeBeau (1956-58) all had successful NFL careers. Redd was a
three-time Ohio State MVP and currently plays for the Milwaukee Bucks.