USC's 2015 Hall of Fame Class

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USC is set to induct 16 legendary Trojans into the Athletic Hall of Fame as part of the 2015 class highlighted by two-time national champion football head coach Pete Carroll, baseball's Golden Spikes winner Mark Prior and men's basketball's all-time leading scorer Harold "Baby Jordan" Miner. 

hof-insta.jpgThe list includes distinguished Trojans representing 10 different programs including Kristina Quance-Julian, the most decorated collegiate women's swimmer in USC history, women's golf's first NCAA champion Jennifer Rosales, women's water polo's National Player of the Year Aniko Pelle, men's volleyball national championship winning player and coach Bob Yoder, women's soccer's first All-American Isabelle Harvey, five-time Olympic sprinter Don Quarrie, and four-year men's tennis All-American Byron Black. 

Football boasts five new Hall of Famers as All-American LB Jack Del Rio, who also was a USC baseball standout, pioneering QB Jimmy Jones, innovative assistant coach Dave Levy, and All-American DE Tim Rossovich join Carroll in the 2015 class.

USC Athletics is also recognizing two outside contributors in John Hamilton, the driving force behind starting the Hall of Fame in 1994, and sportswriter Joe Jares.

Click here for the complete release with bios.

"This is an outstanding group of Trojan greats-Olympians, All-Americans, national champions and sports icons-who have played an important role in USC's athletic history," said USC athletic director Pat Haden, who was a member of the 2003 class.  "They'll join our first 10 classes of Hall of Famers to form a real Who's Who in USC sports."

The Hall of Famers were selected by a 75-member panel consisting of media, previous Hall of Famers, USC Athletics Board of Counselors and Trojan head coaches and athletic department senior staff.  To be eligible for election, athletes generally must have completed their last season of eligibility at USC 10 years ago.

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Why is Pete Carroll being inducted??? He cheated, destroyed USC Football, and then cashed in before the sanctions that worthy of a Hall of Fame member?

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