Hall of Fame Inductees, by Year . Search by Name

2006

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

Mike Iseman - Fremont

Myron Oehlerking - Lincoln East

Ray Knaub - Scottsbluff

Vern Plambeck - Kearney

Athlete. An all-around athlete who stood out in football, basketball and track through high school and college, Hokuf was called “The greatest all-around Cornhusker of them all,” by Omaha World-Herald sports editor Frederick Ware. In high school, Hokuf was a two-time all-state selection in basketball and as an end in football. He also won the 1928 high school state pentathlon. At the University of Nebraska, he earned nine letters He was All-Big Six in football in 1929, 1930 and 1932 and was All-Big Six in basketball in 1931 and 1933. He earned All-American honors in 1933. He was the Big Six javelin champion in 1933. He played three years of professional baseball for the Boston Redskins and tried his hand at minor league baseball. He was an assistant football coach at Wyoming, Columbia and Pittsburgh universities before becoming head coach at Lafayette College and Baltimore Junior College. He has been inducted into the Nebraska Football Hall of Fame, the Nebraska Basketball Hall of Fame and the Maryland Football Hall of Fame. Deceased.