Hall of Fame Inductees, by Year . Search by Name

Dan Brost - Mullen

Phill Cahoy, Sr. - Omaha

Bob Green - Omaha Creighton Prep

Russ Hochstein - Hartington Cedar Catholic

Bob Jensen - Central City

Calvin Jones - Omaha Central

Tonya Kneifl Gordon - Newcastle

Dan Keyser - Cambridge

Doug Krecklow - Omaha Westside

Jenny Kropp-Goess - Grand Island Central Catholic

Doug Martin - Farnam

Danny Noonan - Lincoln Northeast

Alice Schmidt - Elkhorn

Dean Thompson - Omaha Westside

Jan Wall - Lincoln Northeast

P.J. Wiseman - Ralston

Sharon Zavala - Grand Island Central Catholic


P.J. Wiseman



Any distance, any stroke, P.J. Wiseman could swim it and win it.  A five-time individual gold medalist at the state swim meet, he set the state record in the 100 backstroke and 200 individual medley and swam on the Rams record-setting 400 freestlyle relay.  The relay and 200 IM records stood for a combined 31 years.  Fifteen years after his graduation, Wiseman was still listed in the states all-time, top-10 performances in six of the eight individual events, and in all three relays.  In college, he competed for the Tennessee Volunteers, earning All-American status five times while helping the Vols win the Southeastern Conference title in 1996.