Hall of Fame Inductees, by Year . Search by Name


C. Dale Snook - Lincoln University High School

Clester Johnson - Bellevue West

Dave Van Metre - Omaha

Debbie Spickelmier Noble - Hayes Center

Del Schoenfish - Cambridge

Dennis Loewe - Clearwater

Donna Spickelmier Vallin - Hayes Center

Edward "Scotty" Orcutt - Omaha Benson

Eric Crouch - Millard North

Fred Egley, Jr. - Norfolk

Ginger Keller Marx - Gibbon

Jason Glock - Wahoo

Joe Silverman - Lincoln

Kelly Lindsey - Millard North

Kevin Penner - Aurora

LaVerne Torczon - Platte Center

Paul Amen - Lincoln High

Rich Olson - Millard South, Lincoln Northeast

Steve Morgan - Ogallala

inducteeAthlete. (1988)

From nearly as far back as he can remember, Joe Salerno found tennis in his back yard. He won four straight No. 1 singles championships in high school – the second player in Nebraska history to do so — within sight of his home. The Salernos lived in the upstairs of the Dewey Park Clubhouse where his father was the park’s groundskeeper. In national junior competition, Salerno defeated future Grand Slam winners Michael Chang and Jim Courier. He also played second base for the Omaha Central baseball team. After high school, he played tennis at Tyler (Texas) Junior College, where he was a junior college All-American, then at Nebraska and Alabama.