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Many outstanding student-athletes have worn the Matador colors of Red, White and Black since Cal State Northridge opened its doors in 1958. An elite list of 101 student-athletes have been inducted into the Cal State Northridge Athletic Hall of Fame.

Pete Accardy - Swimming
* Inducted in 1994
* Head coach of 13 NCAA championship teams
* The first coach in NCAA history to win national championships in the same season in two sports (1982)
* Named the NCAA Division II Swimming and Diving Coach of the Decade (the 1980's)

Dr. Glenn Arnett - Special Inductee
* Inducted in 1981
* First chairman of the CSUN Physical Education and Athletics Department
* Served as CSUN's first Athletic Director in 1958
* Served as Athletic Director from 1958 to 1978
* Captured 44 league titles and eleven national titles as athletic director

Darcy Arreola Lange - Track & Field
* Inducted in 1998
* First NCAA Division I All-American at CSUN in winning an NCAA championship in the 1500 meters in 1991
* Won two NCAA Division II titles in 1988 in the 1500 and 3000 meters
* Won an NCAA Division II national title in the 3000 meters
* The 1991 CSUN Female Athlete of the Year
* Competed in the 1991 World University Games

Marwan Ass'ad - Men's Soccer
* Chalked up a 192-102-26 (.641) record his tenure (1983-98) as men's head soccer coach at Cal State Northridge
* In conference play, the Matadors were 73-29-12 (.693) with six straight league titles from 1984 through 1989 ... Also recorded one second place finish (1993) and two third-place finishes (1983, 1995)
* Coached CSUN to the NCAA national championship game in 1988
* Coached the Matadors to the NCAA Regionals in 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989
* CCAA Coach of the Year four times (1983, 1984, 1985, 1988) and MPSF Pacific Division Coach of the Year in 1993
* In 1986, named NCAA Far West Region Coach of the Year
* His teams still hold school records for season wins (19, 1987), fewest losses in a season (2, 1987), most goals scored in a season (80, 1987), fewest goals allowed in a season (17, 1985), most shutouts in a season (12, 1985), consecutive wins (8, 1987), consecutive matches without a loss (14, 1987), consecutive conference wins (9, 1986 to 1987)
* Coached five first team All-Americans (Rick Iversen, Joey Kirk, Steve Lazarus, Thor Lee, John Tronson) and numerous All-Region and All-Conference selections.

Priscilla Rouse Becker - Softball
* Hit the game winning home run to advance CSUN to the 1986 World Series championship game
* A member of two NCAA Division II national championship teams (1985, 1987)
* Helped CSUN win three CCAA league titles (1985-87)
* Earned first team All-American, All-Region and All-CCAA honors in 1987
* The 1987 team leader in batting average (.425), home runs (4), triples (6), sacrifice hits (23)
* A career .335 hitter, fourth-best in school history

Dick Billingsley - Football
* Inducted in 1983
* The fifth leading receiver in the nation in 1966
* 1967 All-CCAA
* Member of the 1967 Junior Rose Bowl team
* Set ten CSUN football records

Angela Brinton Collins - Volleyball
* Inducted in 1993
* Two-time All-American
* 1988 Reebok Player of the Year
* Member of 1987 NCAA championship team
* Set single season and career records in hitting percentage
* 1987 CCAA MVP

Herb Bishop - Swimming
* Inducted in 1987
* Won an NCAA championship in 1975 in the 200 yard freestyle
* Won two more NCAA titles in 1975 as a member of the 400 and 800 freestyle relays
* As a 12-time All-American, set five national records
* Member of the 1975 NCAA championship team
* Served as an assistant coach on two NCAA championship teams in 1977 and 1978

Sherdrick Bonner - Football * Inducted in 1998 * As a quarterback, led CSUN to the 1990 Western Football Conference co-championship
* Led the team to its only NCAA Division II playoff game in 1990
* Also lettered in track, volleyball and basketball
* Named the 1994 Arena Bowl MVP as a member of the Arizona Rattlers

Lyman Bostock - Baseball
* Inducted in 1981
* 1971 All-CCAA selection
* 1972 All-CCAA selection
* 1972 All-District VIII selection
* Member of the 1972 College World Series runnerup team
* Drafted by the Minnesota Twins in 1975

Muriel Bower - Fencing
* Inducted in 1984
* Head coach of CSUN fencing team for 21 years (1962 to 1982)
* Formed first CSUN fencing team in 1962
* 1963 team finished tenth at the NCAA's in their first tournament appearance
* Coached five All-Americans

Marcus Brady - Football
* Arguably the greatest football player in school history
* Gained All-American honors as a quarterback
* Holds all five Cal State Northridge career passing records
* Made 43 consecutive starts in four seasons
* Held five NCAA Division 1-AA passing records
* Was tenth all-time in the Big Sky Conference in career passing yards
(9,217) - 12,572 in four seasons
* Eighth all-time in the Big Sky Conference in career passing yards per game (276.48, 3 seasons) - 292.4 in four seasons
* Sixth all-time in the Big Sky Conference in career total offense (9,454, 3
seasons) - 13,188 in four seasons
* Was fourth all-time in the Big Sky Conference in career total yards per game (289.6. 3 seasons) - 306.7
* Was seventh all-time in the Big Sky Conference in career passing touchdowns (75, 3 seasons) - 109

Dr. Judy Brame - Special Inductee
* Inducted in 2001
* Head women's basketball coach from 1974 to 1979; and from 1980-83
* Set school record with 101 career victories
* Assistant Athletic Director from 1975 to 1987
* Served as women's athletic director from 1978 to 1987
* Served as senior associate athletic director from 1987 to 1998
* A pioneer in women's athletics in Southern California

Stephen Brodi - Track & Field
* Inducted in 1988
* Four-time All-American selection
* 1979 NCAA individual champion in the 100 meters
* 1979 CCAA champion in the 100 meters
* Set eight CSUN records
* Qualified for the 1984 Olympics

Alice Brown - Track & Field
* Inducted in 1986
* Won the silver medal in the 100 meters at the 1984 Olympics in Los Angeles
* Won the Olympic gold medal as a member of the 4 x 100 meter relay team
* Member of the 1979 and 1980 AIAW national championship teams
* Won the 100 meters at the 1980 AIAW national championships

Julie Brown - Track & Field
* Inducted in 1981
* 1976 U.S. Olympic team member
* 1976 Broderick Award winner
* 1977 Broderick Award winner
* 1977 national champion in the 800 meters
* 1978 national champion in the 800 meters
* Nine-time All-American from 1975 to 1978

Stephen Burnett - Special Inductee
* Inducted in 1988

Joe Buttitta - Special Inductee
* Inducted in 1982
* Three-year letterman in baseball
* CSUN's first sports information director from 1962 to 1970
* Served as a local television sports director and broadcaster from 1970 to 1984
* Longtime booster and fan of Matador Athletics

Rex Caldwell - Golf
* Inducted in 1981
* Won the 1972 U.S. Intercollegiate Championship
* 1971 and 1972 All-American selection
* Finished seventh at the 1972 NCAA Championship
* Obtained his PGA Tour Card in 1975

Pete Cassidy - Basketball
* Inducted in 2004
* Head coach of the men's basketball team (1971 to 1986)
* Posted 325 wins
* Coached nine All-Americans
* The 1983 and 1985 NCAA West Coach of the Year
* Played basketball and baseball at CSUN
* The 1960 CSUN Athlete of the Year

Ed Chaidez - Track & Field
* Inducted in 1983
* 1975 NCAA champion in the six-mile run
* 1974 NCAA cross country All-American
* 1974 CCAA cross country champion
* Two-time All-American in track
* Member of the 1975 NCAA championship track & field team

Henry "Hank" Clark - Baseball
* Inducted in 1988
* 1981 All-American at third base
* 1981 CCAA Player of the Year
* Set three CSUN season batting records
* Two-time All-CCAA selection
* Two-time All-District VIII selection
* 15th round selection by the Houston Astros in 1981

Craig Clayton - Baseball
* Inducted in 1999
* Two-time All-American as a pitcher
* A three-time All-District VIII selection
* Set CSUN single game record with 18 strikeouts
* Sixth round draft pick by the Seattle Mariners in 1991
* Played for the San Diego Padres in 1996 and 1997

Dr. James Cleary - Special Inductee
* Inducted in 1991
* CSUN president from 1969 to 1992
* Led CSUN's reclassification from NCAA Division II into Division I in 1990
* First president of the Western States Football Conference
* Named one of the 100 most effective college presidents in the United States in 1986

Dr. Lester Cohn - Special Inductee
* Inducted in 1988
* Served a team orthopedist since 1961
* Served as physician and consultant to student health since 1961
* Founding member of the Matador Athletic Association
* Longtime friend and booster to Matador Athletics

Mark Cooley - Basketball
* Inducted in 1985
* Two-time All-CCAA selection as a center
* 1967 CSUN MVP
* 1967 All-District-8 selection
* 1967 All-West Coast selection
* 1967 CSUN Athlete of the Year

Terry Craven - Baseball
* The first CSUN baseball player to gain All-American honors (1965)
* Team MVP, first team All-CCAA, CCAA MVP, All-Pacific Coast in 1965
* CSUN head baseball coach (1985-88)
* Assistant baseball and football coach at CSUN
* Also served as an outstanding administrator and educator at CSUN

Tony Davila - Tennis/Baseball
* Inducted in 2004
* CSUN head coach from 1981 to 1997
* Coached the 1982 NCAA championship team
* Also coached the 1986 NCAA runnerup team
* A three-time All-CCAA selection in baseball
* A two-time All-District VIII selection

Patricia De La Riva - Basketball
* Inducted in 2001
* 1982 All-CCAA selection as a forward
* Four-time CSUN letter winner
* 1982 NCAA District-8 Academic selection
* Set six season and five career records
* Became the second woman in school history to score 1,000 or more points

Joyce Deese Benson - Golf
* Inducted in 1984
* Longtime member of the Ladies Professional Golf Association
* Captain of CSUN team all four years (1967-1971)
* Class "AA" member of the LPGA Touring and Teaching Divisions

Debbie Dickman-Crofts - Softball
* Inducted in 2004
* Four-time All-American
* The 1989 and 1990 NCAA Player of the Year
* Member of the 1987 NCAA championship team
* Three-time Honda Award nominee
* 1990 CSUN Female Athlete of the Year

Craig Dinkel - Swimming
* Inducted in 1985
* Earned All-American honors 23 times
* Eight-time NCAA individual champion
* Set a national record in the 50-yard freestyle
* Set CSUN records in the 50 and 100 yard freestyle
* Member of three national championship teams (1979, 1979, 1981)

Bruce Dodge - Swimming
* Inducted in 1985
* Four-time All-American
* First swimmer in CSUN history to win an NCAA individual title when he won the 100 meter breaststroke in 1972
* Two-time All-CCAA selection
* Three-year letterman in water polo

Steve Duddy - Football
* Inducted in 1991
* 1982 Western Football Conference Player of the Year
* 1982 Western Football Conference first team Offensive selection
* 1982 CSUN team MVP for offense
* Set four CSUN season and career records at quarterback

Jack Dyck - Basketball
* Inducted in 1993
* Gained All-American honors in 1975 as a forward
* 1975 All-CCAA selection
* CSUN career assist record holder
* Played professional basketball in Europe
* Served as an assistant basketball coach at CSUN during the 1975-76 season

Paul Edmondson - Baseball
* Inducted in 1981
* 1965 All-CCAA selection as a pitcher
* 1965 All-District-8 selection
* 1965 All-CCAA in basketball
* Became the first Matador to play in the major leagues for the Chicago White Sox in 1967

Jack Elway - Football
* Inducted in 1995
* Served as head football coach from 1976 to 1978
* 20-11-1 record
* Won a school record eight games in 1976
* Coached for 34 seasons in the professional and collegiate ranks
* Served as the scouting director for the New York Jets and the Denver Broncos

Dick Enberg - Special Inductee
* Inducted in 1981
* 1962 to 1964 head junior varsity baseball coach
* 1962 to 1964 assistant varsity baseball coach
* 1964 to 1966 assistant to the college president
* Nine-time National Sportscaster of the Year
* Eleven-time Emmy Award winner

Rosemarie Finnigan Rahn - Volleyball
* Inducted in 2001
* Member of the 1975 Association of Intercollegiate Athletics for Women's
(AIAW) national championship team
* Competed at the 1976 NCAA Track & Field Championships
* Earned eight varsity letters in track and volleyball

Clarence Frazier - Track & Field
* Inducted in 1983
* Three-time All-American
* 1974 NCAA champion in the high jump
* 1974 CCAA champion in the high jump
* 1975 member of the NCAA championship team
* 1976 CCAA champion in the high jump

Marty Friedman - Baseball
* Inducted in 1985
* Member of the 1972 College World Series runnerup team
* Member of two CCAA championship teams (1972 and 1973)
* 1972 All-CCAA selection
* A longtime and booster of Matador Athletics

Bob Gaona - Swimming
* Inducted in 1982
* Won the NCAA title in 1975 in the 400 yard individual medley
* Also a member of the 1975 NCAA championship 400 yard medley relay team
* Won two more NCAA titles in 1976 in the 200 yard IM and the 400 yard IM while setting NCAA records
* Three-time All-CCAA selection
* Member of the 1975 NCAA championship team

Jeff Gilbert - Baseball
* Inducted in 1984
* All-American in 1976 and 1977
* Two-time All-CCAA selection as an outfielder
* Three-time All-District VIII selection
* Member of the 1977 USA College team that toured Japan

Ben Graham - Golf
* Inducted in 1990
* Three-time All-American
* Four-time letterman
* Served as an assistant coach at Cal State Northridge
* Two-time Vermont PGA champion
* 1985 Vermont PGA Player of the Year

Dr. Lennin Glass - Special Inductee
* Inducted in 1988
* Served as Dean of Communication and Professional Studies from 1979 to 1989
* Served as Faculty Athletic Representative from 1990 to 1993
* Assisted the athletic department in its transition from NCAA Division II to Division I in 1990
* Longtime friend and booster to Matador Athletics

Richard Grigsby - Gymnastics
* Inducted in 1981
* 1967 NCAA champion in the horizontal bars for NCAA Division I and II
* 1968 NCAA Division II national champion in the horizontal bars
* 1969 CSUN Athlete of the Year

Michael Hamm - Swimming
* Inducted in 1986
* Four-time All-American selection
* Four-time NCAA individual champion
* Set one national record
* Member of three NCAA championship teams (1977, 1978, 1979)
* Undefeated in the 200 yard breaststroke in 1979

Michele Lee Hampton - Swimming
* Inducted in 1990
* 14-time All-American
* Won six NCAA titles in 1982 and set an NCAA record
* Won 12 NCAA titles during his Matador career (1982 to 1985)
* Named the winningest NCAA Division II Female Swimmer
* Set five CSUN career records
* Three time CSUN Most Valuable Swimmer

Jacqueline Hansen - Track & Field
* Inducted in 1988
* Won the 1973 Boston Marathon while at CSUN
* 1973 AIAW national champion in the mile
* Became the first woman to run the marathon under 2 hours, 40 minutes
* Set four world records after graduating from CSUN in 1974

Jeff Harrier - Golf
* Inducted in 1984
* 1973 All-American
* 1974 All-American
* 1973 and 1974 CCAA and NCAA championship team member
* Seventh at the 1973 NCAA Championship
* First at the 1974 CCAA Championship
* Second at the 1974 NCAA Championship

Patrick Hauser - Football
* Inducted in 1990
* Three-time All-Western Football Conference selection
* Two-time CSUN Lineman of the Year
* Two-time Little All-American selection
* Tenth round draft pick by the Oklahoma Outlaws of the USFL in 1983

Brian Heinle - Basketball
* Earned the distinction of being the first Division I All-American in Cal State Northridge basketball history (2000-01)
* Named the Big Sky Tournament MVP in helping lead the Matadors to the tournament title and a berth in the Division I NCAA Tournament
* Voted first team All-Big Sky during his senior season (2000-01)...A year earlier, was named Honorable Mention All-Big Sky Conference
* A two-time co-MVP (1999-00, 2000-01)
* Following the 2000-01 season, named to the NABC/Chevrolet All District-15 team
* Averaged 20.2 ppg during his senior season (2000-01), sixth-best in school history...Also led the team in rebounding (9.2 rpg) in 2000-01
* The all-time leading scorer in school history (1,641 points), career field goals (590) and career field goal attempts (1,263)
* Also the school record holder in single season points (646 points) during the 2000-01 season
* Ranks #2 all-time in career games played (119) at CSUN
* Tallied 229 field goals in 2000-01, second-best in school history
* Ranks second all-time in season free throw attempts (207, 2000-01)
* His 458 field goals attempts in 2000-01 is fourth-best in school history
* Led the team in scoring (14.6 ppg in 1999-00, 20.2 ppg in 2000-01)
* His 465 career free throw attempts is fifth-best in school history
* Tallied 136 free throws in 2000-01, sixth-best in school history
* CSUN's second all-time leading rebounder with 785
* Grabbed a career-high 17 rebounds against Montana State (1/25/01)
* Ranks second and third, respectively, in the school record book in career three-point goals (149) and career three-point field goal attempts (395)
* Led the Matadors in blocks in three seasons (1998-99, 1999-00, 2000-01)
* Ranks second in career blocks at CSUN with 76
* Ranks fifth all-time in career assists (290) in school history
* Played 3,101 minutes in four seasons at CSUN, fourth-best in school history
* During his senior season, played 1,036 minutes, second-best in the school record book
* Voted Scholar-Athlete on the team (1997-98)
* Voted Most Improved player following the 1998-99 season
* Scored a career-high 34 points at Weber State (1/29/00)

Dorothea "Granny" Heitz - Special Inductee
* Recognized in life and death as a symbol of school spirit and loyalty to CSUN
* In 1966, at the age of 51, organized "The Granny Girls" ... the unofficial campus ambassadors
* Acknowledged as the "Eternal cheerleader of the Matadors" and "The eternal sweetheart of Sigma Chi, Zeta Xi Chapter"
* CSUN's outstanding volunteer leadership award, and an alumni legacy scholarship are named in her honor

Bob Hiegert - Special Inductee
* Inducted in 1998
* Served as head baseball coach from 1967 to 1984
* Coached the Matadors to NCAA national championships in 1970 and 1984
* Served as Athletic Director from 1977 to 1995
* Inducted into the American Baseball Coaches Association Hall of Fame
* Four year letter winner in baseball at CSUN

Cliff Higgins - Basketball
* Inducted in 1990
* Two-time All-American
* Set eight CSUN career records
* Two-time CCAA Player of the Year
* Participated in 1984 All-American game
* Seventh round draft pick by the Golden State Warriors in 1984

Diana Hoffman - Volleyball
* Inducted in 1981
* 1964 U.S. Olympic team member as an alternate
* Member of the 1965 AIAW national championship team
* 1968 U.S. Olympic team alternate
* 1977 and 1978 head women's volleyball coach at CSUN

Perry Husband - Baseball
* Inducted in 2004
* A two-time All-District VIII selection
* A member of the 1984 NCAA championship team
* The 1984 College World Series MVP
* Posted 92 hits in 1984
* Drafted by the Minnesota Twins

Dr. Rhonda Hyatt - Special Inductee
* Inducted in 1999
* Served as head athletic trainer and clinical instructor and mentor for students of athletic training from 1984 to 1999
* Served as adjunct faculty in kinesiology from 1988 to 1995
* Began service as Associate Athletic Director in 1999

Doug Jones - Football
* Inducted in 1982
* Two-time letterman as a defensive back
* 1971 All-CCAA selection
* 1972 All-CCAA selection
* Set two CSUN season records
* A sixth round draft choice by the Kansas City Chiefs in 1973

Barbara Jordan - Softball
* Inducted in 1995
* Three-time All-American selection as an outfielder
* Three-time All-Region selection
* Four-time All-CCAA selection
* Member of three NCAA championship teams
* Set six CSUN career records
* Batting leader three straight years

Mike Kane - Football
* Inducted in 1992
* Set two CSUN single season and career records as a running back
* A two-time All-Western Football Conference selection
* The 1986 Western Football Conference Player of the Year
* 1988 European League MVP

Adam Kennedy - Baseball
* Inducted in 2001
* Three-time All-American at shortstop
* Led the nation in hitting in 1996 and 1997
* Set ten season and career records
* First round draft pick of the St. Louis Cardinals in 1997
* Member of the 2002 world championship Anaheim Angels

Geoff Knowles - Golf
* Inducted in 1999
* All-American in 1974
* All-American in 1975
* Member of the 1974 NCAA national championship team
* Four-year letterman

Jeff Kubiak - Men's Swimming
* The 1985 and 1986 NCAA Swimmer of the Year
* In 1985, won the NCAA titles in the 200 IM, the 200 breast (all NCAA record times), and second in the 100 breast ... All the times were CSUN school records
* In 1986, captured the NCAA titles in the 200 and 400 IM and the 200 breast all in NCAA record and CSUN best times
* During his senior season in 1987, captured the NCAA titles in the 200 IM, the 200 breast (record times), and second place in the 100 breast...All were school records
* In 1987 at the U.S. National Championships, took first place in the 200 meter breast
* In 1987, won the gold medal in record time in the 200 meter breast at the Pan American Games
* Also the U.S. Open champion in the 200 meter breast
* In 1988, won thte 200 meter breast title at the U.S.S. National Championships
* At the 1988 U.S. Olympic Trials, took third place in the 200 meter breast
* A U.S. National Team member from 1987-90, and ranked in Top 10 in the world during that time in the 200 meter breast

Coley Kyman - Volleyball
* Inducted in 2004
* Three-time All-American
* Four-time all-league selection
* Member of the 1993 NCAA runnerup team
* 1993 CSUN Male Athlete of the Year
* Played four years of football at CSUN

John Larson - Swimming
* Inducted in 1981
* The NCAA 100 yard butterfly champion in 1975, 1976 and 1977
* Won two more NCAA titles in 1977 in the 200 yard butterfly and 200 individual medley
* Won three NCAA titles on three different relay teams
* Set three national and five CSUN records from 1975 to 1977
* Member of three NCAA championship teams

Christa Lawrence - Swimming
* Inducted in 1992
* Eleven-time All-American
* Set two career school records in the 100 and 200 yard butterfly
* 1985 NCAA individual champion in the 200 yard butterfly
* Set the national record in the 200 butterfly

Bruce Lemmerman - Football
* Inducted in 1981
* 1966 All-CCAA selection
* 1967 All-CCAA selection
* Member of the 1967 Junior Rose Bowl team
* Set 12 CSUN records as a quarterback
* Also played baseball at CSUN

Stacy Lim - Softball
* Inducted in 1993
* 1985 All-American selection as a catcher
* Member of three NCAA championship teams
* Two-time All-Region selection
* Two-time All-CCAA selection
* Set two CSUN career records

Bob LoPresti- Baseball
* Inducted in 1983
* 1972 All-American
* Three-time CCAA Pitcher of the Year
* 31-7 as a pitcher
* Three-time All-District-8 selection
* Member of the 1972 NCAA runnerup team

Jim Malkin - Basketball
* Inducted in 1982
* Three-year letterman as a forward
* Set eight CSUN career records
* Set six CSUN season records
* Averaged 19.7 points and 8.9 rebounds per game in 1959-60

Scia Maumausolo - Softball
* Inducted in 2001
* Three-time All-American selection as a catcher
* Three-time All-Region selection
* Four-time All-WAC selection
* Member of three WAC championship teams
* Member of the 1994 NCAA runnerup team at the College World Series
* Set 12 season and nine career records

Michelle McAnany - Softball
* Inducted in 1991
* Two-time All-American selection as an infielder
* Member of three national championship teams
* Three-time All-Region selection
* Set five season and career records
* Gold medalist at the 1989 International Games

Michael McAndrew - Soccer
*Inducted in 1992
* Four-time All-CCAA selection
* 1986 Far West region selection
* Set single and career school records in assists
* Led the team in assists in three seasons

Tracy McCluskey Rose - Swimming
* Inducted in 1994
* Eight-time All-American
* Two-time NCAA champion in the 800 free relay in 1984 and 1985
* Set two school records in the 200 yard and 500 yard freestyle
* Named CSUN Most Valuable Swimmer

Paul McCracken - Basketball
* Inducted in 1983
* Two-time All-American as a forward
* Two-time All-CCAA selection
* 1972 CCAA MVP
* Was the first player in CSUN history to play in the NBA (Houston Rockets in 1972)
* 1978 Continental Basketball League MVP

Douglas McKenzie - Baseball
* Inducted in 1992
* 1982 All-American
* Gained All-CCAA honors in 1982
* Set single season record in wins as a pitcher
* An All-District VIII selection in 1982
* Played four years in the California Angels organization

Steve Messmer - Tennis
* Inducted in 1982
* 1969 NCAA single champion
* 1969 NCAA doubles champion with teammate George Benedict
* Member of the 1969 NCAA championship team
* 1969 CSUN MVP

Phillip Munroe - Special Inductee
* Inducted in 1986
* Hired to be the Assistant Athletic Director and baseball coach when CSUN opened in 1958
* Served as an Assistant A.D. in 1958 to 1973
* Served as the head baseball coach from 1959 to 1961
* Served as the head tennis coach from 1973 to 1980

Garrett Noel - Track & Field
* One of the greatest track & field athletes in school history
* A two-time NCAA Division I All-American (1992, 1993) in the javelin
* Threw a career-best 247-0 (75.29m), a CSUN school record
* The freshman school record holder (201-4, 64.00m) in the javelin
* Competed at the 2000 U.S. Olympic Trials

Michael O'Hara - Baseball
* Inducted in 1993
* Two-time All-American as an outfielder
* Three-time All-District VIII selection
* Three-time All-CCAA selection
* The 1983 CCAA MVP
* A 21st round draft pick of the California Angels in 1983

Beth Onestinghel-Woll - Softball
* A member of the CSUN national championship softball teams in 1985 and 1987
* A 1988 first team All-American
* A four-time first team all-conference selection
* A three-time All-Region selection (1986-88)
* Still the school record holder in triples (22)
* Set a single season school record with 14 triples in 1988
* Still ranked in the CSUN Top 10 in many categories including career games played (#2, 257), single season rbi's (#3, 47, 1988), career rbi's (#4, 124), career hits (#5, 227), career runs scored (#6, 105), career batting average (#10, .320)

Dr. Edmund Peckham - Special Inductee
* Inducted in 1992
* Dean of Students (1967 to 1986 ) at Cal State Northridge
* Vice President of Student Affairs (1986 to 1991)
* As VP of Student Affairs, oversaw the CSUN Athletic Department
* A longtime booster and fan of CSUN athletics

Jose Perez - Soccer
* Inducted in 1993
* 1981 All-American
* Three-time All-CCAA selection
* 1981 All-Far West region selection
* Set three CSUN career records
* Set single game school record with nine goals in a game

Mary Perry - Volleyball
* Inducted in 1984
* 1968 U.S. Olympic team member as an alternate
* 1972 ad 1973 All-American on the USVBA team that won the AAU national championship
* 1973 and 1974 team placed third at the AAU national championships

Dan Pouliot - Golf
* Inducted in 1991
* First team All-American in 1975
* Second team All-American in 1973
* Finished seventh at 1975 NCAA Championship
* Placed eighth at the 1973 NCAA Championship
* Placed eleventh at the 1974 NCAA Championship
* Member of two NCAA championship teams in 1973 and 1974

George Robnett - Basketball
* Inducted in 1987
* 1974 All-American
* Set four CSUN season and career records in scoring and field goals
* Member of the 1970-71 CCAA championship team
* A 1974 UPI All-Pacific Coast selection

Rusty Rock - Gymnastics
* Inducted in 1983
* 1965 CCAA All-Around champion and the horizontal bars
* 1966 NCAA champion in the horizontal bars for NCAA Division I and II
* 1967 national professional bars champion

Randal Rollin - Baseball
* Inducted in 1987
* 1980 All-American selection as an outfielder
* 1980 CCAA Conference MVP
* Set seven season records
* All-District VIII selection
* A 15th round draft selection by the Detroit Tigers in 1980

Heidi Rose - Tennis
* Inducted in 1995
* Three-time All-American
* Member of the 1982 NCAA championship team
* Ranked second in the nation in 1982
* Four-year letter winner
* Served as an assistant coach in 1983

Bob Samuelson - Volleyball
* Inducted in 1994
* Two-time All-American
* Set three single season and career school records
* Member of the United States National Team from 1988-93
* Won a bronze medal at the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona, Spain

Joel Schaeffer - Football
* Inducted in 2001
* Member of the first CSUN football team in 1962
* Kicked the game winning PAT in first ever game in 1962
* Three-time letterman at CSUN
* Named Los Angeles City Coach of the Year in 1985 and 1986 at Reseda High School

Kathy (Kat Slaten-Ayala) - Softball
* Inducted in 1992
* Four-time All-American
* Set seven CSUN career pitching records
* Member of three NCAA championship teams
* Four-time All-Region and All-CCAA selection

Frank Slaton - Baseball
* Inducted in 2001
* 1970 All-American selection at first base
* Two-time letterman at CSUN
* Member of the 1970 NCAA championship team
* Two-time All-District VIII team selection
* Set one career and two season records at Cal State Northridge

Mary Jane Smith-Waldman - Volleyball
* Inducted in 1986
* Member of the 1974 team that was fifth in regional competition
* Member of the 1975 team that was third in regional competition and 12th nationally
* Won the 1975 College Master Achievement Award

Pam Spencer-Marquez - Track & Field * Inducted in 1985
* Former American record holder in the high jump
* Three-time U.S. Olympic team member (1976, 1980, 1984)
* Member of the 1979 AIAW national championship team

Dr. E. Ann Stitt - Special Inductee
* Inducted in 1990
* Served as CSUN's first women's athletic director from 1967 to 1975
* Taught physical education and athletic courses for 24 years
* Served as the CSUN's Graduate Program Drector from 1980 to 1988

Maggie Sundberg-Negron - Swimming
* Inducted in 1987
* Two-time All-American selection
* Member of the 1982 NCAA championship team
* 1980 CSUN MVP
* Set several CSUN records
* 1982 national finalist in six events

Dr. Barbara Swerkes - Track & Field
* Coached the AIAW National Championship women's track & field teams in 1978, 1979, 1980
* Conference champions in 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980
* Several of her former athletes still hold school records including Alice Brown in the 100 meters, Valerie Brisco-Hooks in the 200 meters, Julie Brown in the 800 meters, the 5,000 meters and the marathon, Sue Kinsey in the 3,000 meters, 10,000 meters, two mile and three mile, Sandy Myers in the 400 meter hurdles, Pam Spencer-Marquez in the high jump, Jodi Anderson in the long jump and the pentathlon, the 400 meter relay team, the 800 medley relay team, the 3,200 meter relay team.
* In her eight years as women's track & field coach at Cal State Northridge, Barbara Swerkes trained some of the brightest stars to emerge in American track & field history, including Olympians Valerie Brisco-Hooks, Jeannette Bolden and Pam Spencer-Marquez.
* Coached 1976 Olympians Julie Brown, Sandra Howard, Pam-Spencer Marquez and Kathy Weston
* Coached 1980 Olympians Julie Brown and Pam-Spencer Marquez
* Coached 1984 Olympians Jodi Anderson, Jeannette Bolden, Valerie Brisco-Hooks, Alice Brown, Florence Griffith-Joyner, Pam Spencer-Marquez
* Coached 1988 Olympians Valerie Brisco-Hooks, Alice Brown, Florence Griffith-Joyner
* Coached 1992 Olympian Sandy Myers of Spain
* Coached numerous All-Americans
* Faculty Athletic Representative for many years at Cal State Northridge
* For many years has been a kinesiology professor at Cal State Northridge
* A distinguished member of numerous academic committees at Cal State Northridge

Jason Thompson - Baseball
* Inducted in 1982
* Two-time All-CCAA selection at first base
* Member of the 1975 CCAA championship team
* Played 12 seasons in the major leagues compiling 208 home runs and 783 rbi

Jeff Thornton - Swimming
* Inducted in 1988
* 13-time NCAA individual champion
* Set an NCAA record in the 1650 freestyle
* A member of three NCAA championship teams
* Four-time letterman
* Set two CSUN records

Kathy Toerner - Softball
* Inducted in 1990
* Four-time All-American as an infielder
* Member of two NCAA national championship teams in 1983 and 1984
* Four-time All-CCAA selection
* Three-time All-Region selection
* Two-time member of the All-National tournament team

Gary Torgeson - Head Coach
* Inducted in 1994
* Chalked up a 636-216-8 record in 13 seasons as head softball coach
* Led CSUN to four NCAA Division II national championships
* Served as CSUN football coach from 1973 to 1976

Brian Wagner - Football
* Inducted in 1993
* Three-time All-American
* 1983 Western Football Conference MVP
* Three-time all-league selection
* Played nine years in the NFL as a punter
* The only Matador to play in a Super Bowl (XXIX) with the San Diego Chargers

Virginia White - Special Inductee
* Inducted in 1985
* Served as the athletic department secretary for 22 years (1973-95)
* Began working at CSUN in 1958
* Worked in the library, the campus' first building until 1969

Vic Wilk - Golf
* Inducted in 1990
* Four-time All-American
* Member of the 1982 NCAA championship team
* 1984 assistant coach at Cal State Northridge
* Played on the Canadian and PGA tours

Dale Williams - Baseball
* Inducted in 1986
* 1961 CSUN letterman in baseball
* Served as an umpire at four College World Series, and the 1984 Olympics
* Served an an NFL official for many years
* Officiated the 1986 Super Bowl

Mel Wilson - Football
* Inducted in 1984
* Three-time All-CCAA selection as a defensive back
* In 1975, became the first player in CSUN history to gain All-American honors
* Fifth round draft pick by the New York Giants in 1976

Dr. Sam Winningham - Special Inductee
* Inducted in 1987
* Served as CSUN first head football coach from 1962 to 1968
* Guided the team to the 1967 Junior Rose Bowl
* Served as an Assistant Athletic Director
* Chairman of the Physical Education and Athletic Department from 1978 to 1988

1970 San Fernando Valley State College Baseball Team
* Captured the NCAA Division II National Championship
* Won six games at the College World Series in Springfield, Missouri, to capture the national title
* Beat Nicholls State, 2-1, to win the NCAA title
* Chalked up a 41-21 overall record and captured the CCAA league title with an 18-6 record
* Put together winning streaks of seven and six games during the 1970 season
* Head coach was Bob Hiegert
* Won four games at the NCAA West Regional to advance to the College World Series
* Team still holds several school records including Lew Lerner's 1.25 era, Chuck Stone's 72 walks, and the team era of 2.54
* Lew Lerner gained All-American honors

1967 Matador Football Team
* Achieved a 6-3 regular season record
* The Matadors averaged 32 points per game during the regular season
* Played in the 22nd annual Junior Rose Bowl game in Pasadena on Dec. 2, 1967 vs West Texas State University