Forum staff reports, Published September 27 2013
North Dakota State to enshrine seven individuals, one team into Hall of FameForum staff reports
FARGO – North Dakota State will induct seven individuals and the 1988 NCAA Division II national championship wrestling team into its Bison Hall of Fame Oct. 11.
The newest members are:
• Ryan McGlynn, men’s track and field, 1993-96. Was named the 1996 Division II Indoor Track & Field Athlete of the Year. A nine-time All-American who still holds the school pole vault record.
• Steve Selk, baseball, 1987-89. The only two-time batting champion in North Central Conference history who also shared the league’s Most Valuable Pitcher award in 1989.
• Susan Faus, women’s basketball, track and field, (1988-92). Dual-sport standout remains No. 7 all-time in free throw shooting percentage and a four-time All-American in the middle distances. Held the school record in the 400 meters.
• Jerry Gores, women’s cross country/track and field head coach, 1987-99. Led NDSU to 18 NCC championships receiving the league’s coach of the year honor 12 times. Had 20 top-10 finishes in the Division II championships meets.
• Lloyd Wurm, wrestling, 1990-93. Was a NCC and NCAA national champion at 134 pounds in 1992. Finished 50-12 in his career and was a two-time All-American.
• Pam Stencel, volleyball, 1993-96. A two-time All-American and a four-time all-NCC selection. Still holds school record for assists at 5,408 and was just the 12th setter in NCAA Division II history to pass 5,000 assists.
• Ken Clark, football, 1987-90. Was the first defensive back in school history to lead the team in tackles doing it twice. A first-team All-American in and captain of the 1990 national title team.