Hall of Fame Inductees, by Year . Search by Name


Alice Schmidt - Elkhorn

Bob Green - Omaha Creighton Prep

Bob Jensen - Central City

Calvin Jones - Omaha Central

Dan Brost - Mullen

Dan Keyser - Cambridge

Danny Noonan - Lincoln Northeast

Dean Thompson - Omaha Westside

Doug Krecklow - Omaha Westside

Doug Martin - Farnam

Jan Wall - Lincoln Northeast

Lionel McPhaull - Omaha North

P.J. Wiseman - Ralston

Phill Cahoy, Sr. - Omaha

Russ Hochstein - Hartington Cedar Catholic

Sharon Zavala - Grand Island Central Catholic

Tonya Kneifl Gordon - Newcastle

Jenny Kropp-Goess

Grand Island Central Catholic


Jenny Kropp-Goess spent her high school career rewriting the record book at Grand Island Central Catholic.  A four-year letter winner in basketball and volleyball and an all-state selection in both. it was soon clear that she had exceptional volleyball skills.  Leading the Crusaders to the state finals three times and the state Championship in 1994 , she set school records with 25 kills in a game, 359 kills in a season, 1010 kills in a career and 102 blocks in a season.  In basketball, she set the school record for rebounds with 716 and for blocks in a game (17), season (179) and areer (412).  She went  on to earn All-American honors playing volleyball at Nebraska, helping the Huskers win four big 12 conference titles and reach the NCAA championship match three times.  Coach John Cook said she was the heart of the Huskers 2000 national championship team.  After college, she played professional indoor volleyball in Puerto Rico before embarking on a successful career in professional beach volleyball.