Hall of Fame Inductees, by Year . Search by Name


Angie Wilson - Lincoln Southeast

Bobby Ginn - Madison

Charles "Deacon" Jones - Boys Town

Dennis Smith - Papillion

Denny Fuehrer - Norfolk

Duane Haith - Omaha

Ed Husmann - Ogallala

Ernie Wach - Bartley

Father Patrick O'Byrne - Hastings St. Cecilia/Wahoo Neumann

George Pfeifer - Boys Town

Jason "Bump" Novacek - Gothenburg

Jodi Stineman Emsick - Lincoln Southeast

Johnny Goodman - Omaha South

Kathy Travis Miiller - Lincoln Christian

Ken Cook - Adams

Leroy A. Zentic - Lincoln East

Louise Pound - Lincoln UNL Latin School

Myron Oehlerking - Lincoln East

Ray Knaub - Scottsbluff

Steve Hokuf - Crete

Vern Plambeck - Kearney

Athlete. The 1957 Omaha World-Herald and Lincoln Journal-Star athlete of the year, Iseman was a high school standout in football, basketball, track and baseball, who went on to compete in football and track at Princeton. In high school, Iseman earned all-state honors in 1956 as a running back, averaging 9.5 yards per carry. In basketball, an all-state center, led Fremont to two Big 10 Conference championships and a No. 1 rating. He placed in the 100 and 200 at the state track meet and was a high school All-American in baseball. At Princeton, Iseman was a four-year letterman in football, starting at wingback and defensive back. The Tigers rose to No. 15 in the national rankings his senior year. In track, he lettered for four years, competing in the sprints and hurdles. Iseman continued to compete in athletics after college and was named to the New York Times NYC Rugby Team of the Decade in the 1960s and won a bronze medal in the world championships while rowing for the Yale Old Fellows Rowing Association. Lives in Englewood, CO.