Inductees

Carl Poston

Carl Poston began skeet shooting during his 20 years of military service stationed in England, Germany and the U.S. It was during these years that his skill as a marksman…

Carlton Flatt

Flatt, a graduate of Cumberland High attended Austin Peay University on a Football scholarship, where he became the field general of the 1964 “rags-to-riches” Austin Peay football team, which went…

Carolyn Peck

Carolyn Peck, a Jefferson City native was Tennessee’s Miss Basketball for 1984.  She went onto play college basketball at Vanderbilt University from 1985 to 1988, averaging 10.6 points and 5.8…

Catherine Neely

Anyone playing high school volleyball today, no doubt has heard the name Catherine Neely. She was, and continues to be, a major force in raising awareness and popularity in the…

Chad Clifton

Chad Clifton, a native of Martin, TN, was an all-around athlete at Westview High School, lettering four times in football and three times in basketball. In his senior football season, he was named…

Chandra Cheeseborough

Chandra Cheeseborough’s first exposure to the track program at Tennessee State University and Coach Ed Temple came during her junior year in high school. Growing up in Jacksonville, Fla, Chandra…

Chantelle Anderson

Chantelle Anderson is the most decorated athlete in Vanderbilt Women’s basketball history. Born in Loma Linda, California, Anderson traveled across the country to attend Vanderbilt University and play in the…

Charles “Bubber” Murphy

Perhaps no one person has had as much influence on Middle Tennessee State University’s athletics as Charles “Bubber” Murphy. As a player, coach and ultimately, athletic director, his contributions to…

Charles “Red” Lucas

Born in Columbia, Tennessee, in 1902, Charles “Red” Lucas had a proud professional baseball career which lasted for over twenty-five seasons. And by the end of that career, he would…

Charles “Willie” Geny

A Nashvillian through and through, Charles “Willie” Geny attended Father Ryan High School, where he lettered in football and basketball from 1930 to 1932 and was captain of both sports…

Charles Anderson

Born in Plant, Tennessee in 1934, Charlie Anderson was a Cohn High School graduate and U.S. Navy veteran. He received his undergraduate degree from Middle Tennessee State University and then…

Charles Brantley

The story of the Tennessee Walking Horse, the only horse named for a state, is one filled with history. It has been through dedication and perseverance to keeping the bloodlines…

Charles Davis

Charles Davis promised to come back. He vowed that if he ever made it to the NBA, he would return to the poor neighborhood in Nashville where he grew up,…

Charles E. Coffey

A native of Shelbyville, Tennessee, Charlie Coffey came to the University of Tennessee to play football for General Robert Neyland. While at UT he played guard for the Vols, lettered…

Charles Rosenfelder

“He gives 110 per cent on every play, and does things well enough that you point to him and say, ‘Do it the way Rosenfelder does.’“ So said Tennessee line…

Charles W. “Foots” Clement

When Charles M. Clement passed away in 1976 at the age of seventy-seven, he was listed in the Greenville, South Carolina, telephone directory as “Foots Clement.” His size fourteen shoes…

Charlie Lea

Charlie Lea was selected Professional Athlete of the Year in 1985, because he was one of the hottest pitchers in major league baseball. His crowning achievement during his awesome 1984…

Chuck Rohe

Whatever Chuck Rohe does, he does with flair. Rohe, who was head track coach at Tennessee from 1963-71, amassed 21 consecutive SEC titles in cross-country and indoor and outdoor track….

Clarence “Buck” Miller

In the game of softball, Clarence “Buck” Miller was a pitcher with overpowering speed. Attesting to his ability, Miller struck out more than 6,500 batters in his career and won…

Claude Humphrey

Claude Humphrey had one of the greatest football careers in the history of Tennessee. Born in 1944, Humphrey attended Lester High School before becoming an All-American lineman at Tennessee State…

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