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Marsh Farmer (1962)
  • Hometown: Fort Worth
  • Track - 1938-40
  • One of the most outstanding track performers in America in his era despite the loss of one arm
  • Set Border Conference records while winning the low and high hurdles in 1938
  • National AAU champ and record holder in 1939
  • Hurdles champion in the New Jersey AAU and Maryland Indoor meets in 1940
  • Tied world record in 70-yard hurdles at Maryland
  • Set Cotton Carnival 110-meter high hurdles record in 1940
  • Fourth in the 120 and 220 hurdles in the National AAU meet in 1941

John Farquhar (1990)
  • Hometown: Amarillo
  • Golf - 1955-56, 1958-59
  • Instrumental part of the school's first Southwest Conference championship in any sport
  • Helped team win the 1959 SWC title
  • Individual Southwest Conference champion in 1959
  • Helped team finish No. 8 in the NCAA Tournament
  • Helped team win the last two Border Conference titles in 1955 and 1956
  • Individual Border Conference champion in 1955
  • Low amateur in 1964 U.S. Open
  • Four top-10 finishes in the U.S. Amateur
  • Member of the 1971 and 1972 Walker Cup teams

Will Flemons (2003)
  • Hometown: Paducah
  • Basketball - 1990-93
  • Southwest Conference Player of the Year in 1992 and 1993
  • Helped the Red Raiders win the 1993 SWC Post-Season Tournament title and an NCAA berth in 1993
  • SWC Newcomer of the Year in 1990 after leading league in rebounding
  • School's recordholder in career field goal percentage with 59.8
  • Seven blocked shots vs. Texas A&M as a freshman to set the school record
  • Set the school record for consecutive free throws made with 30
  • Served as assistant coach from 1994-98

Denton Fox (2001)
  • Hometown: Claude
  • Football - 1967-69
  • First-team All-America as a defensive back by Football Writers Association in 1969
  • All-Southwest Conference as a senior
  • Contributed to the school's first back-to-back victories over Texas in 1967 and 1968
  • Intercepted seven passes during his three-year starting career
  • Played in the Blue-Gray All-Star Game, Hula Bowl and the Coaches All-America Game
  • Member of the Panhandle Sports Hall of Fame
  • Drafted by the Dallas Cowboys

R.P. (Bob) Fuller (1979)
  • Executive Committee Red Raider Club - Past President
  • Played key role in financial growth of Texas Tech Athletics in the 1960s and 1970s
  • His contributions made possible the track complex which bears his name

Joe Kirk Fulton (2010)
  • Masked Rider ('53-54)
  • Tech's first Masked Rider
  • Made his debut at the '54 Gator Bowl, a game the Red Raiders won 35-13 over Auburn

Ruben Garcia (1991)
  • Hometown: Brownfield
  • Baseball - 1970-73
  • School's most outstanding pitcher for first two decades in Southwest Conference
  • Third-team All-America in 1971
  • All-Region in 1972
  • Twice All-Southwest Conference
  • Held school record for career wins (21) for 24 seasons
  • Pitched only one game as a senior due to a punctured lung
  • Still second on school's career lists for earned run average (2.06) and strikeouts (304)
  • Still holds school season (1971) records for ERA (0.76) and shutouts (5)
  • Set school season record for strikeouts (113) in 1971 that lasted for 22 seasons
  • Among his eight career shutouts was the school's last no-hitter --April 23, 1971 vs. Baylor
  • Pitched four years in Kansas City Chiefs organization

Marshall Gettys (1967)
  • Hometown: Amarillo
  • Football - 1947-49
  • Twice All-America Honorable Mention as tackle
  • Helped team to three consecutive Border Conference Championships
  • All-Border Conference in 1948 and 1949
  • President of Student Body and Double T Association
  • Helped Red Raiders win two Border Conference championships
  • Helped Red Raiders to back-to-back bowl games (1948 Sun and Raisin)

Gene Gibson (2002)
  • Hometown: Lakeview
  • Basketball - 1947-50
  • Basketball Coach - 1962-69
  • Assistant basketball coach under Polk Robison 1956-61
  • Coached Red Raiders to Southwest Conference co-championship in first season in 1962
  • Coached first Red Raider team to advance to second round of NCAA playoffs in 1962
  • Repeated SWC championship in 1965, but forfeited due to ineligible player
  • Helped coach school's first Southwest Conference basketball champion in 1961
  • All-Border Conference at center in 1950
  • Helped 1949 team to 21-win season and two NIT victories

Larry Gilbert (2011)
  • 2nd team All-American as a junior in '66
  • First team All-SWC '66
  • Led SWC in receiving in '66
  • 2nd Team All-SWC as a senior
  • Led team in receiving in '66 and '67
  • Left Tech the school record-holder in single game catches, yards and TDs
  • Left Tech 2nd in the career receiving lists in catches and yards
  • Served two tours in Vietnam in the Air Force

Byron Gilbreath (1984)
  • Hometown: Gatesville
  • Fooball - 1941-42
  • Basketball - 1941-42
  • All-Border Conference as basketball forward in 1942
  • Led team in scoring as a senior center
  • Team lost only one home game in basketball during two-year career
  • Member of Austin College Hall of Honor as basketball coach
  • First vice president of NAIA

Keith Ginter (2009)
  • Baseball ('97-98)
  • 1st Team All-American ('97)
  • Two-time 1st Team All-Big 12 ('97 & 98)
  • Two-time All-Region ('97 & 98)
  • 3rd Team All-American ('98)
  • All-Big 12 Tournament Team ('98)
  • Big 12 Newcomer of the Year ('97)
  • After two years his name litters the TTU record book in every major category
  • Played in the big leagues with the Astros, Brewers and A's

Robert Graham (2005)
  • Swimming - 1964-67
  • First Red Raider swimmer to be inducted into Hall of Honor
  • In five freshman meets, had five 50-yard freestyle first place finishes - Time of 22.1 set a Southwest Conference freshman record for that event.
  • In 12 dual meets as a sophomore, won the 50-yard freestyle 10 times. Finished 3rd in the conference.
  • Won Southwest Conference championship as a junior and senior, and appeared in the NCAA championships both years.
  • Swam the fastest time in the country in the 50-yard freestyle in 1967, setting a SWC record in the process.

James Gray (1981)
  • Football ('86-89)
  • 2nd Team All-American RB ('89)
  • 1st Team All-SWC RB ('89)
  • Led team to 9-3 finish and #16 ranking in '89
  • Gained 1509 yards and scored 20 TDs in '89, both school records at the time
  • 5th highest single-season rushing total in SWC history at the time ('89)
  • 2nd most single-season TDs in SWC history at the time ('89)
  • Rushed for 280 yards and 4 TDs in '89 All-American Bowl win over Duke
  • Named to SWC All-Decade Team
  • 4066 career rushing yards were the most by any SWC back in the 80s and third most in league history
  • First underclassmen to win Pete Cawthon Award as Team MVP ('87)
  • Named consensus All-SWC as a soph with 1066 yards and 13 TDs ('87)
  • Led the team in rushing in each of his four seasons at Tech
  • Set school record for rushing yards buy a frosh in '86
  • Named SWC Newcomer of the year ('86)

Johnny Grimes (2010)
  • Baseball ('80-84)
  • Southwest Conference Player of the Year ('84)
  • 2nd Team All-American catcher ('84)
  • All-Region VI ('84)
  • Honorable Mention All-SWC First Basemen ('82)
  • Left Tech as the single-season and career record-holder for home runs, total bases and RBI

Jim Gulley (1981)
  • Hometown: Quanah
  • Football - 1947-49
  • Helped team to Sun Bowl in 1947 as defensive end
  • Helped team to two Border Conference championships
  • Former Texas Tech Board of Regent

James Hadnot (2005)
  • Football - 1976-79
  • Played Tight End for two years prior to conversion to running back just prior to the '78 season.
  • Established the record for best consecutive rushing seasons in Southwest Conference history.
  • Finshed among the SWC's top-10 career rushers, becoming the only player on the list who only played two years in the backfield.
  • Set Texas Tech records for most rushing yards in game, season and career.
  • Twice named offensive Player of the Year in the Southwest Conference ('78 & 79).
  • 2nd team All-America - '78
  • Play professionally four years for the Kansas City Chiefs and one year for the San Antonio Gunslingers of the USFL.

Jerry Haggard (1987)
  • Hometown: Lubbock
  • Basketball and Baseball - 1967-69
  • First Red Raider to garner baseball All-America recognition
  • Second-team All-America in 1969 as second baseman
  • All-Southwest Conference Baseball in 1968 and 1969
  • Led team in batting as junior with .369 average
  • NCAA Region VI first team Baseball in both 1968 & 69
  • Southwest Conference Baseball Player of the Year in 1969
  • Southwest Conference batting champion in 1969
  • Second-leading scorer on basketball team as junior guard with 13.6 ppg
  • Basketball team captain as senior
  • Still holds school record for career free throw percentage at .855 (194 of 227)
  • BASKETBALL ALL SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE-2nd Team in 1968
  • Team Captain in both Basketball and Baseball

Robert Hall (2008)
  • Football ('90-93)
  • Consensus All-SWC quarterback ('93)
  • In '93 led Tech to a "yards per game" record of 475 yards, a total that wouldn't be surpassed until 2002
  • Left Tech the record-holder in single-season and career school records for completions, passing yards and touchdowns
  • Finished his career 2nd in the SWC career record books for total offense and 3rd in passing yards, touchdown passes and touchdowns responsible for
  • Named Team MVP as a soph in '91
  • Started at QB for parts of four seasons

Chuck Harrison (2009)
  • Baseball ('61-62)
  • Led the nation in home runs per game and slugging percentage ('61)
  • Led the team in batting average ('61)
  • His eight home runs doubled the previous TTU record in '61
  • Led the team in seven batting departments and set two more records
  • Set TTU career record for career home runs with 15
  • First Red Raider to play in the big leagues

Brad Hastings (2011)
  • Football 1983-86
  • Three-time First-Team All-SWC '84-86
  • 3rd Team All-America LB '86
  • Honorable Mention All-America LB '85
  • Left Tech the career leader in tackles
  • Led Red Raiders to first bowl appearance in nine years
  • Played in Blue-Gray game

Tim Hatch (1987)
  • Hometown: Wellington
  • Football - 1947-50
  • Played in the Sun Bowl following the '47 season
  • Helped team to Border Conference championships in 1947, 1948 and 1949 as back and kicker
  • Played in 1949 Raisin Bowl
  • Officiated in the SWC for 18 years and reffed the Cotton Bowl, Sugar Bowl, Orange, Bowl, Fiesta Bowl, Bluebonnett Bowl and Independence Bowl.
  • Long-time supporter of the Red Raiders and past president of Lubbock Chamber of Commerce and Red Raider Club

Ernest Hawkins (1975)
  • Hometown: Lamesa
  • Football, Basketball, and Track - 1944, 47-50
  • True multi-sport contributor
  • Started for basketball team as freshman in 1945 and also played in 1947
  • Ran on track team in 1948 as sprinter
  • All-Border Conference second-team in 1948
  • Quarterback for three Border Conference championship teams (1947-49)
  • Helped team to Sun Bowl and Raisin Bowl

Garland Head (1982)
  • Hometown: Clovis, New Mexico
  • Football and Basketball - 1941-43, 1946
  • Most Outstanding Basketball Player in Border Conference in 1943
  • Three-time All-Border Conference in basketball
  • Helped basketball team to Border Conference runner-up finish as freshman
  • School's first three-time first-team all-conference performer in any sport
  • All Border Conference in 1943, 1946 and 1947 in basketball
  • Left school to become paratrooper in Europe during World War II

Leon Hill (2005)
  • Basketball - 1955-59
  • Three-year starter at post for Coach Polk Robison.
  • Led team in scoring and rebounds all three years on varsity.
  • Named 2nd team All-SWC as a junior.
  • Named 1st team All-SWC as a senior.
  • Finished career as the 3rd leading scorer in school history
  • Was only the 4th player in school history to score 1,000 career points

Loyd Hill (2005)
  • Football - 1990-93
  • Four-year letterwinner at wide receiver
  • Junior year ('92) had 68 catches for 1261 yards and 12 touchdowns - all single-season Red Raider receiving records
  • Led nation in receiving yards per game ('92)
  • Named to All-American team in '92
  • Caught dramatic Hail Mary pass in '92 to beat TCU in Ft. Worth with three seconds left
  • Finished career with 189 catches, 3059 yards and 20 touchdowns - all school records
  • Career yardage total was the most in Southwest Conference history

Volney (Satch) Hill (1965)
  • Hometown: Milford
  • Football and Baseball - 1925-28
  • Standout fullback and baseball pitcher in school's first three years to field teams
  • Kicked a 43-yard field goal against TCU in 1926 that stood as a school record until 1964
  • .529 batting average in 1926 is still school's best
  • One of three Red Raiders to pitch a full-game no-hitter (1926)

E.J. Holub (1977)
  • Hometown: Lubbock
  • Football - 1958-60
  • School's first two-time consensus All-American (1959-60)
  • Sports Illustrated and AP Lineman of the Week after registering 15 unassisted tackles and eight assists vs. Baylor as senior
  • School's first football player to be named All-Southwest Conference in 1960
  • Nicknamed "The Beast" as center and linebacker
  • Drafted in the first round by the Dallas Texans of the AFL in 1961
  • Played in the Coaches-America Game, the Senior Bowl, and Chicago All-Star Game
  • Outstanding Lineman in 1960 East-West Shrine Game and later named to its all-time honor squad
  • Despite lineman status, finished 10th in Heisman Trophy voting
  • Underwent 12 knee operations during career
  • Played 11 years professionally
  • Helped Texans win longest game in pro football history -- 1962 AFL championship
  • Only player in NFL history to start two Super Bowls on opposite sides of the line of scrimmage (Super Bowl I at linebacker and Super Bowl IV at center)
  • Named All-Pro four times and played in seven All-Star Games
  • Member of the College Football Hall of Fame, Helms Athletic Hall of Fame, All-Time Texas Professional Football Association, Kansas City Chiefs Hall of Fame, One on One Hall of Fame for the Kansas City Chiefs, and Southwest Conference Hall of Fame
  • An award in his name is presented every year to the football player who shows the most desire and dedication
  • Jersey #55 is retired

Thomas Howard (1993)
  • Hometown: Lubbock
  • Football - 1974-76
  • All-American - 1976
  • All-America linebacker in 1976
  • All-Southwest Conference as senior
  • Helped team to 10-1 regular season and national ranking as high as No. 4 in 1976
  • Played in 1977 Japan Bowl
  • Drafted in the third round by Kansas City and played seven of nine NFL seasons there

Harold Hudgens (2006)
  • Led Tech to first two SWC Basketball titles in '60-61 and '61-62 seasons
  • Part of 1-2 punch with fellow Hall of Fame inductee Del Ray Mounts
  • Left Tech the school record holder for points in a conference season and points scored in a single game
  • Unanimous selection to All-SWC team as a junior
  • NCAA Midwest All-Region team as a junior
  • Named All-SWC as a senior

Janice Hudson (2001)
  • Volleyball Coach - 1975-85
  • First volleyball coach at intercollegiate level and in Southwest Conference for Texas Tech
  • Compiled 333-198-6 record in 10 season at Texas Tech
  • Southwest Conference Coach of the Year in 1984
  • Teams won 10 tournament titles
  • Coached six first and second-team All-Southwest players in three seasons
  • Instrumental in establishing the Texas High School All-Star competition

Berl Huffman (1972)
  • Hometown: Grapevine
  • Football, Basketball, Baseball, Track Coach - 1935-70
  • Known as "Living Legend" in filling numerous coaching roles from school's athletic infancy into Southwest Conference
  • Served as assistant football coach 1935-42 and 1946-47
  • Complied a record of 116-72 as head basketball coach from 1936-42 and 1946-47
  • Coached school's first 20-game winner (21-7 in 1940)
  • Compiled 80-87 record as head baseball coach in 1961-67
  • Served as varsity assistant and freshman football coach from 1961-68
  • Popular dinner speaker as Director of Special Coaching Assignments in 1969-70

Mike Humphreys (2005)
  • First Red Raider ever to hit for the cycle in a game ('86)
  • Southwest Conference Freshman of the Year and Freshman All-American ('86)
  • All-Southwest Conference ('87)
  • ABCA All-Region ('87)
  • ('88) .407 batting average, 18 home runs and 73 RBI. Set the school records for runs scored and hits in a season
  • ('88) all-conference and all-region (again)
  • Left Tech following the '88 season atop the school record book in career at bats, runs, hits, home runs, RBI, walks and total bases, and he was second in career batting average and slugging percentage
  • Played for the New York Yankees in parts of '91, '92 and '93 seasons
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