The JMU Hall of Fame 2010 Inductees
Lindsay Collingwood, Samantha Bates-Floyd, Ryan Frost, Brooks Teal, Shelley Klaes-Bawcombe, Patrick McSorley, Clyde Hoy

Lindsay Collingwood - Volleyball
Collingwood was one of the top volleyball players in JMU history, earning four straight First Team All-CAA and First Team All-State honors. She was the 1996 CAA Rookie of the Year and followed it with the 1999 CAA Player of the Year, CAA Tournament MVP and VaSID Player of the Year honors after leading the Dukes to their first of two straight Colonial Athletic Association championships and first consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance. Leading JMU to a 90-36 mark during her four-year career, she holds the JMU career records for kills, kill average, attempts, aces and ace average while also ranking int he top 10 in games played, digs and dig average. She ranks in JMU's top 10 ranks for seven single season statistics 25 times, more than any other player in history, including single season marks for kills, attempts and kill average.

Samantha Bates Floyd- Track & Field
A member of the CAA 25th Anniversary track and field team, Bates Floyd was JMU's 1996-97 Female Athlete of the Year for her abilities in both cross country and track.  In cross country, Bates Floyd was a NCAA All-Region selection in 1996 while earning All-America honors twice in 1997 in the NCAA Championships indoor mile and indoor distance medley relay, finishing eighth in both events. She also qualified to run the outdoor 1,500 meters at the 1997 NCAA Championships, placing 19th. A three-time CAA Champion and five-time All-ECAC selection, she still holds seven school records in three indoor (mile, 4x800 relay, distance medley relay) and four outdoor (1,500 meters, 3,000 meterse, 4x800 relay, distance medley relay) events.

Ryan Frost - Swimming

A standout member of the men's swimming and diving team from 1993-97, Frost was the CAA Swimmer fo the Year and JMU's Male Athlete of the Year as a senior in 1997. He was the 1994 CAA Rookie of the Year as a freshman and a two-time CAA Most Outstanding Meet Performer in 1995 and 1997, helping the Dukes to four conseuctive CAA and three ECAC crowns. Individually, he won the CAA 100 breaststroke in each of his four years and advanced to the NCAA meet in two events his senior year, finishing 25th in the 100 breaststroke and 26th in the 200 breaststroke. He later went on to be a member of the coaching staff from 1999-2001, helping direct the Dukes to the CAA Championship during the 2000-01 campaign.

Clyde Hoy - Football

Hoy was a four-year letterwinner from 1978-81, helping lead JMU's transition from Division III football (1978) through Division II (1979) to Division I-AA (1980-81). Starting on the defensive line his first two years and linebacker his final two seasons, Hoy recorded more than 100 tackles in each of his four seasons, including a school-record 167 his senior year, and finished his career with 503 combined tackles, ranking second on JMU's career chart just three behind NFL All-Pro Charles Haley.  He still has the top two, three of the top five and four of the top 11 single-game tackle efforts in JMU history, including the school record of 26 accomplished twice in his career. The Dukes' Most Valuable Player as a senior in 1981, Hoy was also recognized that year as an Associated Press Honorable Mention All-America. He also competed in track and field for JMU, where he was ranked on the top-10 list in the indoor and outdoor shot put. In his freshman year, he also helped JMU to an 8-2 record and a No. 9 national ranking in its final Division III season.

Shelley Klaes-Bawcombe - Lacrosse
Klaes-Bawcombe was a two-time All-America lacrosse player for the Dukes, earning the honors in the 1996 and 1997 seasons, as well as being selected to play in the North-South Senior All-Star Game. She led JMU to the 1997 CAA title and also berths in the 1995 and 1997 NCAA Tournaments. In her senior season in 1997 Klaes-Bawcombe set school records for career assists (71), goals by a senior (48) and season points (71) and tied the JMU season record for game-winning goals (4).  That year she ranked 11th in points per game average (3.94) and 20th in assists per game average (1.28) in NCAA Division I. She currently ranks in the top 10 in three JMU career categories, including fourth in assists (71), seventh in points (196) and 10th in goals (125). Now heading into her sixth year as the head coach of her alma mater, Klaes-Bawcombe has amassed a 42-28 record in her four years in Harrisonburg, including leading JMU to a school-record 17 wins in 2010, the 2010 CAA Tournament title and the automatic berth in the NCAA Tournament. There, the Dukes earned the No. 5 national seed and advanced to the tournament's Elite Eight with a thrilling come-from-behind win over Stanford, while earning womenslacrosse.com National and CAA Coach of the Year honors. She was also recently honored as a 2010 inductee into the U.S. Lacrosse Greater Baltimore Hall of Fame.

Pat McSorley - Men's Soccer
McSorley was a Third Team All-American by the National Soccer Coaches Association and Honorable Mention All-American by Soccer News his senior year after leading the Dukes to their fourth straight NCAA Tournament and second straight NCAA Quarterfinals appearance. One of five JMU soccer players named to the CAA 25th Anniversary Team, he led JMU to a 73-14-6 record and three CAA titles over his four-year career (1992-95). In 1994, he scored the game-winning goal against North Carolina in the NCAA Tournament as assisted on the game winner against Duke. He set a JMU season record for goals by a freshman with 10, including earning CAA Player of the Week in the first week of his college career after a hat trick in the Dukes' 4-0 upset at sixth-ranked Wake Forest. He still owns the school records for goals at 42 and points with 103, while ranking 14th in school history with 19 career assists.

Brooks Teal - Swimming
Teal coached the men's swinning and diving team from 1993-99, leading the Dukes to the CAA Championship in each of his six seasons and the Eastern College Athletic Conference titles in three of them, while finishing in the top four in the other three.